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      The Standard, High Line

      Meatpacking District, New York City, United States

      Member since 01/2010   Rooms 337   Architecture Ennead Architects LLP   Interior Design Shawn Hausman Design
      The Original André Balazs

      The “King Standard”, as its called, is a delicate colossus straddling the High Line

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      April 27, 2014 – April 29, 2014

      • Standard King

        • 23sqm (250sqft)
        • King Bed
        • City View
        • Air Condition
        USD 275 /night
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      • Standard Queen

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        • 23sqm (250sqft)
        • Queen Bed
        • City View
        • Air Condition
        USD 295 /night
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      • Superior Queen

        add only USD 80 /night
        • 21sqm (230sqft)
        • Queen Bed
        • Hudson River and Highline Views
        • Air Condition
        USD 355 /night
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      About Your Stay

      The Standard, High Line hovers gracefully above the High Line, once an elevated train line running up Manhattan's West Side, now converted into New York's proverbial “park on stilts”. The hotel's panoramic views overlooking the Hudson River and Manhattan's magnificent skyline afford each of the 337 guestrooms on eighteen floors a sense of particular privilege. Situated in the Meatpacking District— now one of the city's most sought-after plots boasting chic restaurants, nightclubs, and bars—The Standard, High Line is the new heart and soul of the fashion, art, and media worlds.

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      ARCHITECTURE
      Polshek Partnership Architects

      Designed by Todd Schliemann of Polshek Partnership Architects, the bulk of it is propelled seventeen meters above street level and nine meters above the track-bed of the High Line.

      The glass and concrete monolith was André Balazs' first hotel project built from the ground up and recalls such iconic New York structures as the Lever House and the United Nations, with a twist of contemporary decadence. 

      INTERIOR DESIGN
      An upward journey through modernity

      With décor by Hollywood set designer Shawn Hausman and the New York-based design firm, Roman and Williams, the hotel floors range between mid-century influences, with the earliest starting at the ground floor. 

      Each of the hotel’s 337 guestrooms and suites are endowed with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and cityscape. Some guests can enjoy these views from their bathtubs, comfortably situated in the centre of the room.

      With décor by Hollywood set designer Shawn Hausman and the New York-based design firm, Roman and Williams, the hotel floors range between mid-century influences, with the earliest starting at the ground floor. 

      Each of the hotel’s 337 guestrooms and suites are endowed with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and cityscape. Some guests can enjoy these views from their bathtubs, comfortably situated in the centre of the room.

      Made by Originals
      André Balazs

      With his Standard hotels, visionary hotelier André Balazs revolutionized the US boutique hotel market and reinvented the concept of an affordable hotel experience. Awarded by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Balazs is the President and CEO of André Balazs Properties, which includes a portfolio of eight innovative hotels from New York to Hollywood. 

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