Walking into this stunning hotel, the first thing we notice is The Beekman’s nine-story atrium, each floor decorated with Victorian-era cast-iron railings that lead to a majestic skylight. In the center of the atrium is the Temple Court, decorated with vintage lamps, dark leather banquets, and plush velvet chairs.
It’s Saturday and we’ve come down from our room for the jazz brunch, courtesy of chef Tom Colicchio. We start with Bloody Marys, which are on the spicy side, the signature avocado toast with honey, and the Niman Ranch Hanger Steak & Egg. For dessert, our server Jason suggested the lemon sorbet, with pieces of ginger and rhubarb, and the butterscotch pudding—a perfect mix of salty and sweet. For a romantic dinner, he suggests Augustine, Keith McNally’s French brasserie across the foyer.
Needless to say, New York is one of the most romantic cities in the world with accommodations for all types of couples. You’ll find romantic hideaways uptown, and downtown hotels where love birds go to see and be seen. So, book your flights, pack your bags, and head to one of these eight romantic hotels in the city that never sleeps.