Lexus Partners With The Beekman To Offer Courtesy Transportation, Exclusive Perks to Hotel Guests

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New York City’s The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel, has partnered with Lexus to bring luxury vehicles and bespoke amenities to its guests.

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The Beekman

Through its Hotel Partner Program, Lexus, a market leader in manufacturing luxury vehicles, offers its owners a range of amenities at some of the country’s most prestigious hotels and resort destinations. The Beekman––a historic, 1881 landmark property located in the heart of downtown Manhattan––and Lexus share the values of high-quality, exceptional service, and beautiful design––making Lexus a perfect choice for the hotel’s savvy clientele.

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Lexus LX

“The Lexus Hotel Partner Program is a great opportunity for travelers across the country to experience Lexus luxury, whether they are Lexus owners or not,” says Steve Jett, Lexus national manager. “This latest partnership with The Beekman is no exception, and we’re excited to bring this long-standing program to New York City.”

As part of the program, Lexus house vehicles are available on-site at The Beekman to provide guests with courtesy transportation and test drives. Lexus owners also receive exclusive offerings while staying at the hotel.

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In the only New York City partnership of its kind, the Lexus fleet available for guest use at The Beekman includes three vehicles: one Lexus LX 570 SUV and two Lexus LS 460 L sedans. For up to 12 hours, an in-house chauffeur will offer hotel guests courtesy transportation in one of the Lexus LS 460 L sedans, while the second LS 460 L and the LX 570 SUV are available for test drives.

The partnership also gives existing Lexus owners a $50 minibar credit and an exclusive VIP amenity worth $50 if they make their room reservations through the Lexus Drivers Site. Hotel guests also receive a $1,000 certificate toward the purchase, or lease of a new Lexus and a $1,000 certificate toward a stay at a hotel partner, following the purchase or lease of a Lexus.

The Beekman Hotel

One of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers, The Beekman is renowned for its extraordinary nine-story Victorian atrium and stunning pyramidal skylight. Led by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, the property was restored and converted into The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel. Lexus joins an impressive and talented team at The Beekman that includes the interior design of Martin Brudnizki, restaurateur and chef Tom Colicchio, and celebrated restaurateur Keith McNally.

Images courtesy of Lexus / The Beekman 

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