Stayed one night. Location is great in hot high line area next to restaurants and across from high line park. 10th avenue is a busy road but my room was on other street so no noise issues but could be on street side. Building is gorgeous, gas lanterns out front, nice courtyard with tables and chairs - it's winter so not being used but I am sure in spring the coffee truck there and courtyard will be a lively spot. The lobby and common areas are nice but here is where the hotel is showing its still a soft open. No bar or restaurant just fancy coffee bar. No comfortable area to sit and lounge - basically lobby is foyer. I didn't wander too much but my sense was all this is to come with construction. Check in was efficient if a bid odd - guy just using a laptop on a table in lobby - again feels like just opened
Room was on top floor. Very spacious for New York, but here there is some stuff missing. Like what? Well how about a closet- no closet, and by the way no chest of drawers either. Furniture is quirky 1920s vintage desks and chairs, I liked it but may not be for everyone. Bathroom is tiny which is typical New York but not typical for hotel of this level is tiny precast tub with shower curtain. Obviously this quirkiness is from having to use the old building and working with what they had - it was fine but if my wife and I were there for a week and had nowhere - literally- to put clothes I wouldn't be happy. There is no restaurant, at least yet, so no room service. There is minibar that is shockingly underpriced -- candy for 2 dollars, beer for 5 or 6 dollars. By NYC standards that's cheap - nice selection to, craft beer, nice snacks, small batch bourbon - maybe trying to make up for lack of restaurant
I booked through jetsetter and paid 200 or so - compared to others in NYC that's fair price. When completed the place can command more. Overall very cool place if you don't mind the quirks and realize its not completed yet. Would definintely stay again
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visit our conveniently located Chelsea hotel near The High Line. Each of The High Line Hotel's 60 rooms evoke a bygone era of a graciously decorated guesthouse. As our guest you'll enjoy staying in our light-filled rooms featuring beautiful hardwood floors and one-of-a-kind locally sourced furniture. Over-sized beds with crisp cotton linens provide a perfect night's sleep, and plush robes invite you to relax after a long day. All rooms feature large windows offering dazzling views of the High Line Park or our enclosed private-garden oasis. Guests are encouraged to dine at Alta Linea, Italian aperitivi and al fresco dining along The High Line or enjoy a perfectly brewed espresso prepared by our Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea baristas in the lobby. Sip your espresso at the bar, get your latte to go, or take your freshly brewed pour over coffee to the back courtyard for a moment to yourself. In the evening, grab a glass of wine and enjoy a beautiful night under the stars in our Parisian inspired garden. ... more less
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