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It appears to open itself up as if it's embracing the whole of Manhattan.

Straddling New York City's beloved High Line park sits one of André Balazs's quirky Standard hotels; this one appearing to open itself up as if it's embracing the whole of Manhattan. The glass-and-steel giant, whose architectural aesthetic channels Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation in Marseilles and is composed of curtain walls of enormous smoked-glass windows, gives guests a stellar view of the Hudson River as well as city life below. This incredible location allows guests easy access to the Meatpacking District and Chelsea via the scenic High Line. Its restaurants sit nestled at street level beneath the hotel, including the Biergarten, where guests can nosh on German favorites at picnic-style wooden tables. The more formal Standard Grill, handsomely furnished in warm red leather and light wood, serves Latin-inspired food. On the other hand, nightspot Le Bain sits perched on the rooftop, where partygoers can dance to tunes spun by illustrious international DJs. While the knockout views are reason enough to book here, the tasteful interiors offer typical comfort with atypical style, marked by the standout furniture in minimalist white guest rooms with wood paneling. The rooms are compact, but feel enormous because of the overstated windows. Even the tiled bathrooms have startlingly large windows, and some have a freestanding, bowl-shaped bathtub with modern chrome fixtures that wouldn't look entirely out of place on a spaceship.



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848 Washington Steet
New York City
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Amenities
  • Conventions
  • Hotel Restaurant
  • Fitness Center
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Room Service
  • Babysitting Service
  • In Room TV
  • Laundry & Dry Cleaning