Visión general

The Standard, High Line hotel is a glorious glassy high-rise, with witty minimalist interiors, cheekily exhibitionist bathrooms and unbeatable views over the Hudson (especially at sunset). Towering on concrete stilts above its namesake High Line, the hotel benevolently lords it over the West Village – a gentle but impeccably groomed giant.

Aspectos destacados:

  • Glorious sunset views from floor-to-ceiling windows

  • Sparkling sexy bathrooms, with freestanding ‘peek-a-boo’ showers

  • Action-packed downtown location, close to shops, restaurants and nightlife

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Two beers at the Standard Biergarten

Al día

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The hotel provides cool black-and-gold bikes for guests, and the ride along the Hudson riverside is a sunset treat. More exercise awaits on the 17th floor, where a flashy gym has some pretty special views.

Consejos para hacer la maleta:

Bring an empty suitcase – the stylish stores and fashion boutiques on the Standard’s doorstep can easily supply you with a new wardrobe to take home.

Dress code:

Downtown debonair.

Datos del alojamiento


848 Washington Street, New York, NY 10014, United States
New York


0.0 mi / 0.0 km desde el centro de la ciudad

Servicios generales

  • Servicio de aparcacoches
  • Gimnasio de fitness
  • Servicio de Internet
  • Servicio de café o té gratuito en la habitación
  • Servicio de habitaciones
  • Salones/bares
  • Lavandería interna
  • Restaurante

Información de restauración


Open for breakfast and dinner, the Standard Grill is a blend of traditional meat-market chop house and American grill has a daily changing menu, but you can expect dishes along the lines of charred Spanish octopus, whole roasted chicken with duck fat smashed potatoes and halibut hollandaise. Next door, there's a German-inspired Biergarten with a whole range of sausages, beers and pretzels on offer. In the entrance plaza, an ice-skating rink in winter is replaced with the Spanish-inspired Standard Plaza outdoor restaurant in warmer months. A Sunday brunch with the likes of scallops eggs benedict and brioche-foie gras French toast is also served at the 18th-floor Top of the Standard from 12 noon to 5pm weekly.

Top Table:

Book early and often, and request a table on the breezy terrace, also the perfect spot for people-watching.

Room Service:

There’s a full 24-hour menu of in-room meals available.

Hotel Bar:

The Standard’s 18th-floor bar, Top of The Standard, has full-circle views of Manhattan and its favourite river through floor-to-ceiling windows. After 9pm, it's a private members' club accessible by invitation only. Neighbouring night club Le Bain, with its rooftop plunge pool, is similarly sceney and exclusive, but buttering-up the doorman here may well win an 'open sesame'. Guests (and vertigo victims) can also test out the barmen’s mixology skills in the Standard Grill's bar or sip a brew (and nibble a bratwurst) in the Biergarten. 

Please note that the Top of the Standard is closed every August for renovations.