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The Standard High Line

design hotel in Meatpacking District

The Standard High Line

848 Washington St, New York, NY 10014
+1 212 645 4646

The Standard High Line is one of many well-known hotels owned by Andre Balazs, whose other properties include The Mercer, Chateau Marmont, Sunset Beach, and many others. It's located in the ultra-modern Meatpacking district, which bustles with nightclubs and restaurants, especially on the weekends. The hotel features a beautiful view of the Hudson River and floor-to-ceiling windows in stylish, minimalist rooms luxurious. It's a place to enjoy sunsets and mingle with all sorts of celebrities. Creative people will appreciate the glass wall between the room and the bathroom, as well as the dark, surrealist elevators.

The hotel is home to an excellent restaurant, The Standard Grill. The staff is a bit snobbish, but the contemporary American food is unbeatable. It's a favorite among fashion industry insiders and celebrities.

The Boom Boom Room, an exclusive club where celebrities from the worlds of media, film, and fashion rub shoulders, is located on the roof. In the summer, the Le Bain terrace is a wonderful place to enjoy mind-blowing cocktails and hip DJs. The club is open to invited guests and members only, meaning guests at the hotel can't always get in.

Key info: The hotel is right on the High Line, a former elevated railroad recently converted into a popular park. It's a great place to take sunrise and sunset strolls, and it leads to Chelsea, a neighborhood famous for its art galleries.

Rooms start at $349 per night.

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