The Standard, High Line

Hotels, Chain hotels Meatpacking District
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 (Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High LIne)
Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High LIne
 (Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line)
Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line
 (Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line)
Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line
 (Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line)
Photograph: Courtesy The Standard, High Line

Hello there, tons of natural light and sweeping views. The super chic rooms here feature wall-to-wall windows. But be warned: The views infamously go both ways, so be careful of giving an inadvertent peep show—unless you’re into that. The Standard sits on giant concrete stilts above Manhattan’s famous High Line. It feels a little bit like floating above the city as you soak in the view of the Hudson River, all the way to the World Trade Center. (You can also literally soak in your bath while you admire the view.)

By: Hannah Howard


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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Ben D

Booked a Saturday night here for my 25th anniversary weekend after longing to stay at this hotel for many years. What a service disaster on every level. The room I wanted and paid for on a high floor was not available even though I booked a month in advance, and even called with my room preference several days before. We waited about 90 minutes for check in altough we arrived at the proper time. We were given a dirty room, with fecal matter still in the toilet from a previous guest. When we complained we were promised a bottle of white wine but it was never delivered. In the morning we had no hot water. Our compensation for this was a credit of $150 off our bill. So still we had to pay $350 for a room with a dirty toilet and no hot water. The worst hotel experience I have ever had, and I have travelled all over the world for 30 years. STAY AWAY.