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Rooms have a stunning view, either north towards Uptown or south towards Downtown and the Hudson. South facing rooms are gorgeoulsy bright. A very hip hotel and great location in the Meatpacking next to The High Line. Walking distance to cool New York - SoHo and Greenwich Village - but not to touristy 5th Avenue and Times Square.Comment of T. Peter , United Kingdom the 2015-11-05
"Standard high line "
Great location, staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms very disappointing! Small, no hanging space for clothes, tiny toilet and the room shook with the noise from the night club! luckily the staff moved us to a different floor but this didn't make much of a difference! The hotel do give you complementary ear plugs though! Beds nice and comfortable but you didn't sleep much until 4am. Suppose you are in NYC the city that never sleeps!! Wouldn't rush back to this hotel! But staff where helpful under the circumstances
"Style over substance"
A really disappointing visit. I've stayed in many places around the world, including New York, and seldom been so disappointed by value for money. A great location, and reasonably friendly staff, but unbelievably small rooms (smaller than an economy chain hotel), with almost no hanging space, ridiculous lifts, in which they are so dark you cannot see the buttons for the floors, and the rooftop bar booked out for 'events' every time we tried to go. Considering the price, I was expecting a LOT more. A classic example of style triumphing over substance.
"A True New York Gem"
Simply put what makes The Standard so wonderful is it's perfectly curated culture. Everything from the design of the rooms to the labyrinth of amenities at the high line location make this a paradise for those visiting New York. Even as a native who has lived here for 7 years the high line location never gets old. The Grill has some of the best food I've ever tasted. The Biergarten is the perfect afterwork hangout for casual drinks and of course lets not forget the two crown jewels Le Bain and Boom Boom which have dominated NYC nightlight since the hotel opened in 2009. All and all it can be relaxing, luxurious, wild or any combination of the three. It's a fantastic hotel and I would hightly recommend. Even though I've visited the hotel for social occasions countless times, I only recently had the opportunity to actually stay in one of the rooms as a guest. I last minute treated my boyfriend to a weekend staycation and got an amazing rate using the standard's app (I would highly recommend downloading for spontaneous stays!). The service was incredible and it ended up being one of the best weekends I've had in ages. Monique in concierge was wonderfully helpful in setting us up with our room. When asked for recommendations for good wine she helped us select the perfect Malbec and when our bathtub broke (oops!) mid-stay she had it fixed in the flick of a wrist. I just can't say enough about this place. THANK GOD for the Standard. Will definitely be back for another pampered staycation soon. Oh and last tip! the Pork Chop at the Grill is one of the best you'll ever have.
"Our wedding weekend"
Hotel is different. I had an issue I was helped by Gwendolyn Kimmelman she saved me. She really listened to my issue and really found a solution to help me get ready for a very important day. My wedding. Thank you so much for your help Gwen
"If you want to live like Lindsay Lohan in 2007, come here"
I stayed here because I had to make a last minute business trip during the first week of December - since it's prime tourist time, my usual hotels were totally booked solid. I knew I wouldn't love it, but didn't realize it'd be a claustrophobic, messy nightmare. I'm born and raised in NYC, and I know what small living quarters are in this city - I don't expect a TX sized room in Manhattan. That said, these rooms are straight boxes. They run incredibly hot (no ventilation), and the bed sucks. The bathroom is ridiculous - the toilet is in an actual closet, about 12 " by 12". I'm 5'4 and if any taller, my legs would hit the wall when I sat down on it. The door won't stay open so you are literally trapped in a teeny box while doing your business. The shower is a total mess - it's that kind with the half glass door, only in this case it's about an 1/8 glass and water floods the entire bathroom floor. The sink fills up in about 30 seconds and floods over as well. The bath products provided are watered down crap. There is an enormous bath tub that takes up 1/2 the bathroom - if you want to sit in yesterday's guest's crusty dead skin, give it a whirl. The room just felt old and dirty and the lighting sucked. Hard to do makeup or hair. There is a useless couch and table in the room ( each are about 6 inches wide and suitable for children-sized behinds). There is no door on the shower part of the bathroom, so if you are sharing a room with a non romantic partner, you will be very unhappy. Overall the hotel is just totally depressing. Meatpacking district sucks in general and if my office wasn't so close I'd never come here. The gym is not bad and the one room service meal I ordered was decent. Only okay things I can say.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 12:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM