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The Standard High Line

4,510 reviews
+1 212-645-4646

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Fitness Center
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The Standard High Line is Possibly the Hippest Hotel in NYC

What's a Standard High Line Room Include?

This ultra trendy and architecturally stunning New York hotel sits literally above the popular High Line Park in the Meatpacking District. Propped up on massive concrete stilts, the 338 rooms at the Standard feature floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular views of the Hudson River. The open bathrooms are surrounded with glass panels instead of walls and doors and are furnished with indulgent soaking tubs and rainfall shower heads. The Eero Saarinen-inspired furnishings conjure a vintage mid-century mod style. Rooms also include extravagant minibars, iHome radio and docking station, free WiFi, and luxurious Kiss My Face toiletries. 

What Amenities are Available?

Does a private ice rink and rink-side kaffeeklatsch, seasonal rooftop creperie and bar, 24-hour glass-walled gym, free bicycles, 24-hour room service, and German biergarten with free ping pong sound like your idea of hotel heaven? If so, book your stay at the Standard. If that's not enough, add free WiFi throughout, a world-class restaurant with a penny-tiled floor, and several celebrity hot-spot bars, including Le Bain Discotheque with its 48-inch deep jacuzzi and the super-exclusive Top of the Standard (a.k.a. the Boom-Boom Room). Even your dog is treated like royalty at the Standard; just ask for the menu of canine amenities at check-in. 

What are the Rates Like?

As one of the most fashionable and desirable hotels in New York, you'll pay a hefty price for rooms at the Standard. Expect to pay between $400 and $500 USD per night for a standard room. For corner rooms and studios, expect to pay $100 USD or more premium. 

What's the Bottom Line?

The Standard is a place to see and be seen in one of the hottest NYC neighborhoods. Less a hotel than an experience, the Standard is an exceptional stay in the city. Children are welcome at the Standard; however, this hotel is best suited for adult travelers. 

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West Village
848 Washington Street
New York, NY 10014
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User Highlights
"Superb location;" "Great view and location"
Near to public transport, according to 80%.
87% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
Bar and Beverages
"Wonderful bartenders" "Amazing roof bar"
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 83%.
Bar service was average, according to 68%.
"Mini-bar properly" "Amazing rain shower"
96% thought the view was good.
56% complained about the bathroom.
"Superb decor" "7th floor you can hear"
65% thought the building was acceptable.
90% thought the architecture was beautiful.
"Fabulous staff" "Excellent waiting staff"
Only 69% found the staff to be friendly enough.
54% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Clean lobby" "Dirty windows"
Only 59% said rooms were clean enough.
72% thought it was clean.
"Expensive internet" "Wifi for free"
71% said the wifi quality was bad.
77% thought it was a great value.
"Best Eggs Benedict" "Good brunch"
82% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Bed covers looked old" "Tiny toilet"
63% said rooms were small.
73% said the beds were comfortable.
Value for money
"Expensive internet" "Pricey cocktails"
The price was too high for 84%.
82% said the breakfast was too expensive.

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Expert Reviews
Lonely Planet
Hipster hotelier André Balazs has built a wide, boxy, glass tower that straddles the High Line, an old elevated train track recently turned into a public park.
Despite its location and never-ending buzz, this is one of the city's relatively reasonable hotels, made clear by the unmemorable yet inoffensive Design Within Reach–style decor.
Rough Guide
With the High Line running under it, fabulous views from its rooms and a bevy of trendy food and nightlife options on hand, André Balazs’ Standard Hotel is just about too hip for its own...