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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
"Very specific demographic targeted."
Hotel seems to be aimed at the party crowd, so if that appeals to you it may be a good option. If you want comfort and luxury, it falls short. I stayed in the Empire Suite, which I believe is one of their larger, if not largest rooms. The views is very nice, but the room is not very functional. The bed, is partly on a platform, so you have to walk up to get in on one side, giving you sort of a trapped in feel. It's not the kind of bed conducive to certain activities if you understand what I mean, but it looks "cool", along with the bathtub right next to the bed with no privacy - I can deal with that, as again they are trying to be edgy and cool and let you show of your nakedness to the world. What I can't deal with, is the very low lighting. The main bathroom is quite small (by standards of NYC suites) and not well light. The shower also has a see through wall, so again you can show off your body to your BF/GF/spouse/mistress/whomever, though it's a bit smoky the glass. The second bathroom is all but useless. The lighting is low you can barely see yourself in the mirror, and you are basically showering in the dark with just a soft glow...it's by the design. There are a bunch of closely packed leather couches at the foot of the bed, and the walkways are a bit narrow. The room does have one of the best bars I've ever seen in a hotel room. It's clear this room is just designed for drinking, partying, whatever, and cool factor, but comfort factor suffers. The location is great if you want to be around the Meat Packing District, but otherwise, not much else is around there. SoHo is a bit too far of a walk (IMO), and 5th Ave., Broadway, Central Park, etc. you'll need to get a lift. There's a popular roof top bar, but seems it is not clear when or how you can get in (it was private, then it wasn't, then it was, I can't keep track...but just make sure you know the admission policies if you are anticipating going there). Finally, restaurants connected with the hotel are not bad, but are overrated. You're not going here for the food. Overall, good hotel if you're coming to NYC to drink, have fun, hook up...but if you in NYC more for luxury, fine dining, shopping, Broadway, you might want to consider other hotels in more appropriate locations.
"My favourite Hotel in NYC - Style and an excellent location for sightseeing"
I was staying at the High Line Standard Hotel for the 3rd time and again, I loved it. The Standard hotel is all about style. The atmosphere ist cool and it is a great hotel for visiting New York as its location is convenient and the subway is just a few minutes walk away. Also all the rooms offer a great view over NYC. Everything is sleek and modern. We had a kingsize room on the 17th floor with a view towards the financial district. What a great view! The size of the room is ok and above average for NYC standards. I liked that the room had a bluetooth speaker I could connect my ipod with. Our room had a bath tube from which you where able to enjoy the view. Although the room was on the floor directly under the "The Top Of The Standard" bar we didn't hear any noise coming from the bar. BTW check out this bar. The bar itself is worth visiting the hotel. Great ambient and a decent selection of drinks. The staff was very nice and helpful - thanks to Dave and Mike - which can sometimes be a total different story specially in NYC. I inquired about a late checkout and a room on a high floor via email before we arrived but I never got any answer. Thankfully everything was sorted out when we checked in. I can highly recommend this hotel and if the price is not too expensive I will stay there again on my next trip to NYC
"My Big Birthday in New York"
My husband surprised me and took me to New York for my Big birthday. Our stay at the Standard was fantastic. From our room we could see the Jersey Shore, Hudson River, and the Statue of Liberty. Breathtaking view it was indeed! Lead Concierge Tim Markman and his staff were very accommodating and went out their way to make sure our stay was perfect. The Le Bain lounge on the top of the Standard is a must see! I would highly recommend this hotel and when there ask Tim for local recommendations.
Excellent overall experience. Epic views. All the staff was super helpful and easy to deal with. Bell person Joel Hilario is an ace — personable, helpful, consummate professional. Will definitely return next time I'm in NYC.
"Fav staycation spot"
As a resident of LA and NYC, The Standard hotels have always been a go-to when I need a little luxury and pool time in my life. I recently downloaded the 'One Night Standard' app and it's amazing. Friday night, my girlfriend and I were crushing it at karaoke in the village and didn't want to the party to end and did NOT want to go home to our significant others, so we booked a room through the app. We checked in at 230am and were greeted by Christopher, a surprisingly chipper guy working the front desk. He was super friendly and was able to get us into a bigger room than originally expected. We sat around in fancy robes, talked all night and had gourmet room service delivered at 4am. The staff and accommodations at The Standard are consistently above par and this hotel chain will continue to be a staple of my life.
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