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Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn


    Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn
 in Rhinebeck
    Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn
 in Rhinebeck

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  • The Arms is very pleasant especially in off season

    by David P on 2018-07-09 06:38 am

    Travelled for a graduation at nearby Culinary Institute of America. While we had stayed at other locations before, the Arms looked attractive, and it was. We were there in the off season, and that, by itself, was a real delight. Nice fires, and the staff is approachable and very helpful.

  • Pricey for okay food

    by iLOV3F00D on 2018-07-08 11:08 am

    We had lunch here. The food is kinda pricey. A bowl of onion soup is $11. We had burgers and sandwiches. My wife got the onion soup. It was good but not worth $11. The service was friendly, a little slow but decent. The food was okay but nothing great.

  • Rhinebeck was beautiful! Beekman Arms was full of history, comfort and good dining.

    by jonathan h on 2018-07-05 07:25 pm

    Dining was wonderful from continental breakfast to lunch to dinner. Our first room in the main Inn was furnished with a four poster bed and beautiful bath with honed marble vanity top. It was bright, clean. Unfortunately we are both on the short side. The bed was so high we each needed a step stool! We spoke to the Manager and she gave us a discount for the inconvenience and relocated us into the townhouse with a beautiful room and a bed with normal height off the floor. It was an upgrade with no increased charge. The Beekman is in the heart of Rhinebeck, walking distance to the entire colorful town. The service/staff was competent, hospitable. We will return!

  • Choose another Property in Rhinebeck

    by Sailor372 on 2018-06-26 12:18 am

    Great Location in Rhinebeck. We expected the experience of this older hotel to be much better for $300 a night including tax. We have stayed in many historic properties in he past and understand small rooms creaky floors etc. This property is not 3 stars. We were assigned room 36 on the third floor walk-up.The room was a little larger than a closet with two windows over looking a parking lot or a fire escape. The so call queen bed still had a spring foundation that made noise with every turn. There was a small writing desk with a straight chair. No other chair in the room. Furniture was all knotty pine and the armoire housed a 24 inch TV. The window air conditioner was close to the bed and therefore noisy. There was a plug in electric heat heater so I gather the radiators don't work well. Bathroom was so poorly laid out that you could not sit on the toilet with out hitting your knees on the wall ahead. We had arrived late and didn't bother to ask if another room was available. The hotel did not seem busy.
    The staff was pleasant and the restaurant food was excellent.
    The owners should consider using the blocked up door to the lobby on Market street as there was no place to drive up and drop baggage. Room 36 should be retired as a maintenance room

  • So disappointed...shabby and very expensive

    by Beth_of_MD on 2018-06-25 01:01 pm

    Over the years. we have enjoyed staying at the Beekman Arms, but our stay last night was so disappointing. Our room (#20) was amazingly shabby with worn carpeting and wall paper. The bed was very uncomfortable. The air conditioner noisy. We had no view at all - our windows looked out to another building's air conditioners -- which were so noisy they woke us up during the night. And, the cost was $270+ -- outrageous. The breakfast is also poor quality: granola, breads, some fruit, hard boiled eggs. Years ago, I wrote a glowing review of this historic hotel -- now I warn you against it. On the flip side - the restaurant continues to be wonderful.


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