The Standard, High Line

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The Standard Hotel
The Standard Hotel
The Standard Hotel
The Standard Hotel
The Standard Hotel
André Balazs’s lauded West Coast mini-chain arrived in New York in early 2009. Straddling the High Line, the retro 18-story structure has been configured to give each room an exhilarating view, either of the river or a midtown cityscape. Quarters are compact (from 230 square feet) but floor-to-ceiling windows, curving tambour wood paneling (think old-fashioned roll-top desks) and "peekaboo" bathrooms (with Japanese-style tubs or huge showerheads and Kiss My Face products) give a sense of space. Eating and drinking options include a chop house, a beer garden and an exclusive top-floor bar with a massive Jacuzzi and 180-degree views.


Venue name: The Standard, High Line
Address: 848 Washington St
New York
Cross street: between Little W 12th and W 13th Sts
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 14th Street; 1, 2, 3 to 14th Street
Price: $295–$1,100 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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