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Meetings & Events

The Beekman has the perfect event space for you.

Whether you are hosting an intimate gathering or an elaborate soiree, The Beekman has the perfect event space for you. Our one-of-a-kind offerings are guaranteed to enhance your most cherished moments.

It’s our pleasure to offer our guests a distinctly New York experience. Within our awe-inspiring turreted building, we have several locations ranging from grand rooms for weddings and corporate events to retro-vibe cocktail spaces, all outfitted with state-of-the-art audio and visual capabilities. Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio is on hand to conceptualize exclusive menus.

Interior view of The Beekman Hotel
In wedding attire, a couple converses in The Beekman Hotel's corridor with elegance.
Well decorated long dining table with flower vase


Lush, lavish, magical. Modern romance reimagined.

Let’s bring your perfect, fairytale moment to life!
Host Your Next Event in Style at The Beekman Hotel
Entrance has a signboard which says 5 Beekman

Filming, Shoots & Junkets


The Beekman offers the unique opportunity to customize your filming, junket and photoshoot experience. Explore an abundance of our signature spaces, sure to evoke the emotion you seek to capture.
Amazing designed sofa lying in the middle of the Farnsworth room
Lobby area just beside the reception counter at the main entrance of The Beekman Hotel


Spaces that spark the conversations of tomorrow..

Work hard. Play hard. We know. We boldly redefine the cliches of yesterday.
An elegantly decorated conference room, offering plentiful seating and subdued lighting.
Well decorated Thompson suite living room of The Beekman Hotel

Trial Groups

The Beekman is just a few steps away from the Foley Square, Civic Center district of Manhattan which includes the New York State Supreme Court, the United States District Court – Southern District of New York, Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse, and the Tweed Courthouse.
Long dining table decorated with flower vase and some cutlery

Clinton Hall

Named after the library that existed on our site in the mid-19th century, this refined second-floor space features arched entries, custom crystal chandeliers, and 10 large windows to make for a truly elegant space.
Glasses and bottles full of water lying on the long dining table

Chapel Street Room

Adjacent to the Temple Court Room, this space boasts unique architectural details including a dark aged-timber border, off-white walls, high ceilings, and custom mouldings.
Amazing designed sofa lying in the middle of the Farnsworth room

Farnsworth Room

Named in honor of original architect James Farnsworth, this space is notable for its vintage-inspired pastel terra cotta ceiling and original exposed brick.
Small dining area of The Beekman Hotel

Kelly Room

The Kelly Room—named for Eugene Kelly, the building's first owner—features original vaulted ceilings and exposed brick and is lighted by a custom industrial chandelier.
Lobby area just beside the reception counter at the main entrance of The Beekman Hotel

Entire Lower Level

This pre-function space between the lower-level rooms graciously joins the Kelly and Farnsworth together creating one larger space.

Meeting Inquiry

Cross the mosaic marble threshold and you’ll be greeted at our evocative reception space that harkens back to the golden age of travel. A patchwork of upholstered vintage Persian rugs wrap this welcoming cove adorned with antique glass lamps and a polished timber top. Let this eccentric welcoming be the first of many cherished Beekman experiences.