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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
In a recent trip to NYC, my friend I was SUPPOSED to stay with bailed last minute, and I was left wandering the streets of New York alone at 1am. Clearly, I was a bit distraught, but thankfully I found the standard. Front desk Dave was a complete angel and totally turned my trip around. He also recommended a place to grab a sandwich and cup of coffee in the morning and a park to go watch some dogs play and destress! Glad to see so many people appreciate front desk Dave as much as I do!
"Get the eggs benedict!"
I don't live in NYC but I came here for brunch on Sunday with my girls. Best choice we made the whole dang trip, our server Jade was super cool and even gave us fashion advice about the stores in the area. The food was phenomenal, had eggs benedict and mimosas before we went shopping nearby. Highly recommend this spot! Thanks Jade!
"It's a see and be seen scene!"
The hotel goes above and beyond to surprise and delight their guests. Each detail brings a smile. From the imaginative photo animation in the elevators to the interesting and so cool publications in the rooms you will never be bored here. The location is top-notch, right above the High Line and steps from the Whitney. We never had a bad meal and tried room service and the cafe at street level, my most favorite lunch spot where you'd swear you were in Europe. The plaid outfits on the wait staff and adorable and menu is perfection. We had a beer in the beer garden because, well, why not' Ping pong tables are fun and the Pale Ale was tasty on a hot afternoon. It was a scene at night with a line 20 deep for beer tickets. If you can find it, take the elevator to the formal cocktail lounge and you will feel as though you walked onto a perfectly cast movie set, a spectacular interior gives way to all of Manhattan, surreal. Little touches like the note by the phone to call and make a political statement are fun and I LOVED the bookmark in "1984" urging me to steal the book (with the $10 they will put on your bill going to the NEA). Front desk staff charming and accommodating. This hotel is a treat and if you are looking for a hip, stylish hotel with a real party vibe, the Standard goes above and beyond.
"Nothing Standard About This Place"
The Standard goes out of its way to be ironic. The logo is upside down, and their hotel is anything but standard. The lobby looks like an upscale waiting area. It is a bit unsettling in a good way.....Are you in a library or some kind of club...even the elevators are unstandard with animation playing in each lift The rooms remind me of a typical New York hotel, only bigger and better appointed. You can actually stretch out in these Lastly, The Standard is a very cool place to stay. The Beer Garden was fun and every restaurant was excellent for breakfast and dinner. All very well executed So if you are looking for an eclectic place that knows hospitality, then The Standard should be your standard place in NYC
"Former NY Feels At Home"
I moved out of NYC nearly 4 years ago, and so on my trip back I try to stay somewhere new. I think that tradition is over now that I've stayed at The Standard. With perfect views no matter where you are, the ubiquitous HighLine just below, and a number of bars and restaurants attached you could get a full NYC experience without even leaving the confines of the hotel (seriously, next time a blizzard is coming I'm checking in until its over). Also, they are pet friendly and totally treat the pets like royalty too! As for the dining and drinking options, My fave is the Biergarten and then The Patio for a nightcap. Looking to expand beyond the Wall' The Standard High Line is perfectly located within walking distance to Chelsea Market, the Meatpacking district (clubs! bars!), and not far from 14th Street. All in all, a perfect way to experience the best NYC has to offer.
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