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Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn


    Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn
 in Rhinebeck

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  • Hard to rate these historic hotels

    by Amy W on 2017-10-10 11:54 am

    This is a charming antique hotel. It is very conveniently located in the heart of Rhinebeck. The desk staff was nice and the sherry in the room was a great plus.

    It's hard to know how to rate these older places. Do you compare them to modern, sterile but comfortable chains? I decided that since this is an issue of my comfort, I went with compared to all hotels even newer ones particularly since this place is not cheap.

    This hotel misses by just a tad. My biggest beef was the large, noisy portable air conditioner in the middle of the room. It was a necessity but unpleasant. Also, the beds were way high above the floor. I was wondering whether that was an authentic, antique touch or just an inconvenience.

    Otherwise, all was good and I would recommend this place.

  • Quaint and comfortable

    by helenc312 on 2017-10-09 12:12 am

    We were a group of about 20. Our leader had taken groups there before and apparently complaints were made about some of the accommodations, so she hand selected the rooms in various buildings on both properties ahead of time.
    We stayed in a quadriplex cottage at The Delamater Inn which is a couple of blocks from Beekman Arms. Very roomy. The sherry was a nice touch, though may have been a special request for our group.

    The location is very convenient to shops, bank, drug store, restaurants and movie house. Pretty town and walkable.

    We could hear the upstairs tenant stomp around, but not a big deal. What WAS a big deal was the slick bathtub bottom--ask for a rubber mat!! A/C a bit noisy but aren't they all.

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  • Feel the history here

    by Drew H on 2017-09-30 04:14 am

    This Inn is filled with historic elements, especially the tavern area. Many period items throughout. Supposedly George Washington stayed there, but different staff questioned were not sure if it was Room 20 or Room 21, which are on opposite sides. You would think all staff would be knowledgeable of it. Opted out of continental breakfast for a full breakfast a block away.

  • Disappointing

    by Tess T on 2017-09-28 12:27 am

    A room directly over the reception area is not going to be restful even if the place is quiet but a loud mobile aircon nestled on top of the radiator is definitely a no-no. This was the most expensive venue on our road trip and thus far the least satisfactory. Bed really uncomfortable.
    Loved Rhinebeck though, FDR Presidential home and library were fantastic as was the Vanderbilt mansion ( under renovation)
    Ate and drank at Fosters Coach inn, which we'd recommend. Sadly we' d look for an alternative accommodation in Rhinebeck next time.

  • Beekman Arms "Murder Mystery Dinner"

    by 68cruiser on 2017-09-27 06:27 pm

    Breathtaking atmosphere upon entry into this beautiful historic Hotel located in Rhinebeck, New York. Friendly, and courteous dinner staff added to a pleasant and delicious dining experience in their beautiful Banquet room. Food was superb along with an extensive list of fine
    wines to choose from. Garden room dining available, along with outdoor
    patio dining. Highly recommended for the distinguised clientle.


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