The Turret That’s a Hotel Suite
This past October, the Beekman Hotel unveiled its two “turret suites,” designed by the architect Martin Brudnizki. The 1,200-square-foot rooms are each two floors, with 40-foot ceilings, Catherine Howe floral monotypes, and Beaux-Arts-inspired chandeliers. “The rooms are very ‘writer’s-apartment attic,’ ” says Brudnizki. “We used oak floors, vintage Persian rugs. They also feel particularly private. Because who would expect someone to be staying inside the turrets of a 19th-century landmarked building?” ($6,500 a night, thebeekman.com, Financial District.)
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