THE STANDARD, EAST VILLAGE
25 Cooper Square
10003 New York
146 rooms and suites
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Among the low, brick and stone buildings of New York’s East Village, The Standard’s sleek white tower curves skyward over the historical Cooper Square. As the fifth member of The Standard family, this East Side counterpart to The Standard on the High Line offers a residential atmosphere to match its surrounding neighborhood, a multi-cultural melting pot of artists, musicians and students, whose bohemian influence can be seen in the restaurants, shops and galleries that line the streets. From the lofty lobby and Living Room, with oversized leather chairs and a well-stocked library, to the bar and lounge, an airy and comfortable salon with views to the leafy garden, guests are invited to kick back from the moment they arrive. The garden, a rarity in this bustling city, is shrouded from the streets with high hedges and trees that create private nooks for eating, reading and relaxing.
Each of the 146 guest rooms and suites blends elements of European and New York City style, and each is blessed with floor-to-ceiling windows offering iconic views of New York as well as the open skies above. Nowhere is this more evident than in the hotel’s penthouse a 250 capacity venue with a wraparound terrace offering 360 degree views of Downtown, Midtown and Brooklyn. Throughout the hotel, service and details that encourage mellow, good times are everywhere, such as free bikes, an overstocked mini-bar and a ping pong table.
Dive into one of New York’s most vibrant neighborhoods, while staying at The Standard, East Village - a hotel that welcomes you in with its light, airy spaces, intimate garden and homey atmosphere.
LOCATION OF THE STANDARD, EAST VILLAGE
The Standard, East Village is located in Manhattan's East Village on the corner of East 5th Street and Bowery at Cooper Square. The East Village is one of the most exciting and vibrant cultural, culinary, and shopping neighborhoods in Manhattan. In a central downtown location, the hotel is steps away from museums, galleries, theaters, and a myriad of restaurants, cafés, and boutiques. One can easily walk to SoHo, Greenwich Village, Union Square, and the Lower East Side. The closest subway is a quick three-minute walk.