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THE STANDARD HIGH LINE NEW YORK

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  • OVERVIEW

    Rising above a former elevated train line that has become downtown’s favorite public park, The Standard High Line is located in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Every one of the 338 rooms features a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Manhattan and/or the mighty Hudson River. The hotel’s inviting and scintillating public spaces include a bustling German beer garden at ground level, the rooftop discothèque Le Bain, the legendary Top of The Standard, and an outdoor public plaza with rotating art installations and a winter ice rink. A neighborhood staple, the award-winning Standard Grill melds a brasserie atmosphere with new American cuisine.

    ROOMS & SUITES

    All rooms feature floor-to-ceiling wall-to-wall windown that open sweeping city or Hudson River views, comfy beds, Italian sheets, fluffy down pillows, huge TVs, Bluetooth audio speakers, mood lighting, rain showers with natural light and city views, custom bath amenities and free WiFi.

    Standard Queen or King
    When you have floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows looking out into the kaleidoscope of the big city, what else do you really need? Well, the 250-square-foot Standard Queen offers a seriously comfy queen-size bed with fancy linens, a working/dining/lounging alcove, and a rain shower and tub with big city views. Cozy hooded robes, large down pillows, a Bluetooth speaker, and an overstocked minibar come standard, naturally.

    Bigger bed. Bigger room. The 250-square-foot Standard King offers a super comfy king-size bed with very fancy linens, working/eating/lounging alcove, and a rain shower and tub with natural light, and a big city view. Cozy hooded robes, extra large towels, big down pillows, a Bluetooth speaker, and a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows come standard, naturally.

    Superior King
    What’s “superior” exactly? A higher floor (11-17) means a better, even more breathtaking view. As you might expect, the 250-square-foot Superior King offers a super comfy king-size bed, working/eating/relaxing alcove, a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, and a rain shower and tub with natural light and a sightline onto the city. Cozy hooded robes, very fancy linens, extra large towels, big fluffy pillows, a Bluetooth speaker, an overstocked minibar, and a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows come standard, naturally.

    Deluxe Queen or King
    The 230-square-foot Deluxe Queen is roughly the same size as The Standard Queen, but features a slightly different layout and even more exceptional southern views of the downtown skyline and the mighty Hudson River. There’s a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, a super comfy queen-size bed, a drenching rain shower and tub with city views*, and a working/dining alcove. Cozy hooded robes, fancy linens, big down pillows, and a Bluetooth speaker come standard, naturally. (230 sq ft)

    The 270-square-foot Deluxe King is larger than the Standard King, and faces South for exceptional views of the mighty Hudson River. It also features a bathtub in addition to a rain shower, a larger work/eat/relaxing alcove, and super comfy king-size bed. Cozy hooded robes, extra large towels, big down pillows, a Bluetooth speaker, and a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows come standard, of course.

    Empire Corner King
    Empire because it looks onto the Empire State Building. Corner because it’s a corner room, and king because that’s what you’ll feel like. The layout of this spacious 340-square-foot room feels suite-like with the bar and bathroom off the hall from the main room. The bathroom offers a rain shower and an oversized freestanding tub with its own full wall of windows. The main room has a super comfy king-size bed, working/eating/relaxing alcove that seats four, and two full walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. Cozy hooded robes, fancy linens, extra long towels, and a Bluetooth speaker come standard, naturally.

    Liberty Corner King
    The 300-square-foot Liberty Corner King faces south with two walls of windows overlooking the Hudson River and Downtown Manhattan. (Also, that statue in the harbor is the Statue of Liberty.) The bathroom has a massive open shower with its own full wall of windows looking out onto the city. The main room offers a super comfy king-size bed, working/eating/relaxing alcove that seats five, and two full walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. Cozy hooded robes, very fancy linens, custom organic bath amenities, a Bluetooth speaker, and an overstocked minibar come standard, naturally.

    Hudson Studio
    Our most in-demand room type, you’d be hard-pressed to find an inch of the 400 square feet that doesn’t have an uninterrupted view through three walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. Perched over the majestic Hudson River with Gotham in every direction, there’s an oversized freestanding tub, an all-glass rain shower—both with ideal sunset views—a large working/dining alcove, and a super cozy king-size bed.

    Liberty Studio
    A wood-paneled adult playground, the spacious Liberty Suite features a seven-foot round platform bed, teacup bathtub for two, and huge views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan through walls and walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. The 575-square-foot suite is also decked out with carpeted platform lounging areas, a dining area for six, fully-stocked wet bar, an adjoining separate bedroom, and a large walk-in rain shower for two. Vive la Liberty!

    Empire Suite
    Every inch of this spacious, top-floor 875-square-foot suite was custom made to bring out you and your guests’ most spirited selves. There are two living rooms—one with a fully stocked wet bar, dining room table for four, powder room, and a shag carpet. The second sitting area has two deep leather sofas that look onto the Empire State Building. The bedroom has a super comfy king-size bed and an irresponsibly oversized shower. Of course, stunning views, very fancy sheets, and a top-of-the line sound system come standard, naturally.

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