The Hotel Beacon offers a tranquil retreat from the rigors of urban life in New York City.
Nestled among the architecturally marvelous buildings and arbor embellished streets of the Upper West Side, the Hotel Beacon provides busy travelers with a home away from home in the buzzing hive of NYC. As the cardinal hotel to the renowned Beacon Theatre, guests are treated to exciting theatrical performances, as well as effortless proximity to Central Park and the shopping venues of Midtown Manhattan. Stepping into the Hotel Beacon NYC transports each visitor to a more serene New York, while the hustle and excitement can be easily revisited whenever desired.
While staying at the Beacon Hotel NYC, guests are treated to accommodation that is abundantly spacious and elegantly decorated in subtle tones. Offering over 260 different rooms and suites, guests will discover a plethora of thoughtful amenities such as same day valet and dry cleaning service, iPod docking stations with clock radio, and Gilchrist and Soames bath ensembles. Every guest space features a fully equipped kitchenette, and the larger suites also offer two individual en-suite marble baths.
When a light bite or sensuous cocktail is desired, Beacon Bar offers a stylish and convivial atmosphere. While the bar boasts an extensive wine and beer list, the signature cocktails are not to be missed. One sip of an Oaxaca Smokeout or a Dark & Stormy will leave you craving more. Amidst the many delicious lite meal offerings, the Roasted Portabella Burger and Charcuterie Plank are highly favored among the returning guests of the Hotel Beacon.
Upper West Side has a relatively slower pace, beautiful tree-lined streets, stately brownstones and appealing parks. The main attraction for visitors in this neighborhood is Central Park, which is perfect for a walk or a picnic any time of the year. Being based in the Upper West Side area offers easy access to some excellent cultural institutions like the Museum of Arts and Design, American Museum of Natural History and the New York Historical Society. The neighborhood offers several excellent dining options such as Per Se, Jean-Georges and Bar Boulud. Visitors will find iconic attractions like the Lincoln Center Complex, Cathedral Church of St. John and Riverside Park in the Upper West Side.