It's all about the views at the Standard High Line — to and from the Hudson River
The eye catching, seat grabbing, multiple imagery of the lobby
Experience a New York state of mind at the Michelin-starred Standard Grille
This view is worth a 1,000 words — tell us yours!
The bathtub you will never want to get out of
Le Bain discotheque in the penthouse awaits your arrival
The Standard High Line
A bold new hotel stands on its own two feet, literally, breathing new life to Manhattan’s skyline and the evolving Meatpacking District.
The Standard High Line hotel pays tribute to Postmodernism, whose architectural roots go back over 70 years. There is nothing standard about this ingeniously-sited hotel overlooking the Hudson River. The Standard High Line is another brilliant installment of Andre Balzac’s brand of well-planned, well-located, and very well received hotels.
The Standard now graces the New York City skyline and has become a regular feature of local architectural tours. Creative engineering design allows the 18-story building to be raised on giant structural “legs” that straddle an elevated pedestrian promenade known as The High Line. The shape of the building offers a distinctly different perspective depending on your point of view. From the north and south, the building appears as a wide-angled mass, like an open book. From the east and west, the building appears tall and slender.
There are 337 guest rooms offering spectacular views of the Hudson River or the Manhattan skyline. The interiors are streamlined contemporary, with timeless modern furnishings within a setting of natural materials and neutral color tones,
Casual dining is offered at the streetside Standard Grill. Michelin-starred chef Dan Silverman combines a classic New York steakhouse with the tastes of the modern American palate in an old-world setting – perfect for New Yorkers and visitors alike. For those who relish a year-round Octoberfest there is the Biergarten, offering traditional German fare by Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner. The Biergarten is open-air in the summer. In the winter, the Standard has its own outdoor ice skating rink, an annual featured hockey event is “what the puck?”.
The High Line Room is a sleek modern space for meetings and special events. Its third-floor location overlooks the Hudson River and the High Line. The hotel’s signature suites, the Empire Suite and the Liberty Suite, can accommodate small groups and intimate celebrations. The Penthouse level features a discotheque, Le Bain, and rootop garden. As a place for celebration and an evening to remember, the possibilities are endless…
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Awards and certifications
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The Standard High Line
848 Washington Street
New York, NY 10014