We all know that New York City is filled with some really dope hotels.
If you have the disposable income for a staycation at one of these beauties, keep slaying! But for most of us, an $18 dollar cocktail at the hotel bar is the closest we're gonna get.
Add The Beekman Hotel to your list of fancy-ass, completely gorgeous hotels we'll never be able to afford.
TimeOut reports that one of their 287 rooms starts at $439 a night, so like half a month's rent if you have two roommates in Brooklyn.
We're masochists, so we looked up the price of a Premium King, and it's over $1000. But you do receive complimentary WiFi, so there's that.
However, if you're into turn-of-the-century architecture, the building is from the 1890s, and the interior of the building definitely reflects that. So you should totally creep around the lobby if you have a chance.
Just walk in with your head up high and act like you own the place. You should fit right in.
Do it for the 'gram!
The vibe of Fowler & Wells seems to be classic American-New York City food with a French twist and the cocktails will have rotating specials highlighting different spirits every month.
We might have to stop by for drinks– well, if we find an extra $50 lying around.
The restauranteur behind The Odeon, Keith McNally, is also opening a Brasserie-style restaurant named Augustine which will be open from breakfast through dinner. Do we hear brunch?[via TimeOut] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]