This hip boutique hotel in Chelsea is in a converted 1865 redbrick dormitory with original stained-glass windows and pine floors, a 10-minute walk to the subway and 1 block to the High Linepark and Chelsea Piers.
The Gothic-influenced rooms, with complimentary WiFi and international phone calls, have wood floors with antique rugs, vintage furniture and flat-screen TVs. Deluxe rooms and suites add sitting areas and decorative fireplaces.
The luxury hotel and its seasonal Alta Linea restaurant have also recentlyreceived two of the most coveted travel and hospitality industry awards: the top hotel in Chelsea and the Meatpacking District (#20 in New York City) in the influentialCondé Nast TravelerReaders’ Choice Awards, and ‘Best Hotel Bar or Restaurant’ by theIndependent Lodging Congress.
The award announcements fromCondé Nast Travelerand the Independent Lodging Congress were released last week and highlight the unique amenities, service, and food & beverage offerings that have established The High Line Hotel as one of New York City’s leading hotels.
180 10th Ave,