Atmosphere: The Standard High Line is located at in New York City’s Meatpacking District. It is a hip area where you’ll spot many creative individuals, young professionals, and other interesting individuals roaming. The hotel has a total of 338 rooms and every one of them features full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Manhattan and/or the Hudson River.
The Standard High Line is home to a German beer garden at ground level, while at the rooftop is the popular discothèque, Le Bain. The High Line is former Subway station, turned park, is a worth the visit and during the winter months there is a skating rink for all to enjoy.
Staff: Fashionable and courteous.
Average room price: $349/plus taxes
Room: The 250-square-foot Standard Queen offers a comfy queen-size bed complete with Italian linens, along with a alcove that serves as a fantastic multi-purpose space for dining, work and relaxing. The finer amenities include a rain shower and tub, Cozy hooded robes, large down pillows, a Bluetooth speaker, and an a well stocked minibar.
View: The large window reveals a view of the Hudson River and the famous High Line Park.
Lobby: The hotel has a soaring hotel lobby that is illuminated in colours depending on the time of day. Large works of art hang from the ceiling and the exposed hallways show off the multitude of floors that building has.
Restaurants: The Standard Grill is an American bistro that is accentuated with a brasserie interior design, sidewalk tables and in the evening becomes a trendy bar.
Bonus: You’ll be within walking distance of the Hudson River, High Line Park and the New Whitney Museum.
Marcus Troy Rating: 10/10
Address: 848 Washington St, New York, NY 10014, United States
Phone: +1 212-645-4646
Visit them at online at The Standard High Line.
Shot by Jon Carlo Tapia.