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The Standard

The Standard

The Standard

The Standard

The Standard

Address 848 Washington Street; NY 10014
by Little West 12th
Neighbourhood Meatpacking District | See on map
Subway 8th Avenue-14th St [A, C, E, L]
Telephone +1 212 645 4646
Website http://www.standardhotels.com/new-york-city/
Price From USD 320 | Check availability

Replicating his successful formula of good design and clever details from The Standard’s sister hotels in LA and Miami, André Balazs concrete slab is very much reminiscent of a work by Le Corbusier. The 20-storey building includes 337 rooms, The Standard Grill and Biergarten restaurants on the ground floor, and a bar and lounge on the top two floors.

The rooms themselves are outfitted in a Mod decor, with one wall of floor-to-ceiling windows offering great river or city vistas and a view over the city’s coolest park, The High Line, which straddles the hotel. If the penthouse Boom Boom Room and Le Bain bars are too sceney for your liking, the mini bar has all you need to make your own party, including ingredients to make margaritas, cosmos and mojitos. Now you’ll just have to find a way to circumvent the ‘one guest per room’ policy introduced after the vibe got a tad too cheerful.

What others say

Tablet Hotels

18.0 of 20. The Standard looks more or less like a slightly bent UN building on stilts, straddling the High Line, the elevated railway that’s in the process of becoming lower Manhattan’s new green paradise. Even the interiors feel a bit utopian, decked out in a retro-future style that pays homage to Scandinavian mid-century modernism — a welcome departure from the faux-Romantic grittiness that seems to prevail in the Meatpacking District.

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