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180 Tenth Avenue, New York City, NY 10011, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 147 reviews)
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Grounds, Sun Deck
Fitness Center, Bikes Available (free)
Food & Drink
Bar, Snack Bar
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, VIP Room Facilities
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 18 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One additional older child or adult is charged USD 50 per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 147 reviews
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Coffee. A good strong evening drink. Atmospheric. I had a lovely room (22)
Nothing. It was great.
There was no bar
The coffee at intelligentsia coffee bar in the lobby Pretty room, comfortable, tasteful and soothing. Helpful and polite staff Equinox for a great yoga class
They didn't open the coffee bar until 7 a.m And no place in the hotel for breakfast The stuffed moose head on the wall in the lobby was creepy
Great proximity to all of lower Manhattan, especially Chelsea and it's great amenities. Staff is super friendly and attentive. Rooms were clean and well attended to.
Due to lack of a coffee maker in the room, the morning ritual is rudely interrupted by having to run down to the lobby coffee bar and wait out the long process of obtaining a cup of java to start the day. Especially annoying on a cold winter morning. Inability to use a printer due to lack of business services was also disappointing.
Location!!! Size of room. Cleanliness.
Could have had more closet space.
Great location with character. Staff were lovely.
The staff friendliness, the room was beautiful, great location
Location- a block from the High Line. Attentive and friendly staff. Quiet and quaint space.
My second time here, and again an amazing experience: very charming rooms, perfect staff, nice ambience, great location.
The room was well appointed and very clean. I had one of the best sleeps of my life.
The staff was just okay. not very welcoming.
If you like the charms of a historical building, this is the hotel - with high ceilings, hardwood floors, and the moldings to admire. The room was decorated with lots of warmth, and the old fashioned wood desk with a folding drawer made you want to own one, too. The embossing device (when it works) mounted on the desk was fun to use.
After letting the hotel staff know twice that the heating for the room needs to be turned up (since it was centrally controlled, as we were told), we were finally given a space heater in each room. And they also turned up the heat eventually. The counterless hotel lobby, comprising just an espresso bar is too small. There are non- hotel guests congregating around the area to enjoy the treats from the espresso bar, making it difficult for the hotel guests to find seats there as well.
The location was smack dab in the middle of the Chelsea gallery area, which meant I could roll out of bed, tour dozens of galleries, enjoy the fantastic restaurant Cookshop (right next door) every day for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, whichever I needed (luckily nowadays there are more to choose from, too), but retreat into my room whenever I wanted a break. Subway was just two long blocks and three short blocks away to head to MoMA on the E. SO adorable - lots of period charm in the setting, and staff who bend over backwards to be helpful. Bed was scrumptious. For the holidays they have big lighted tree outside - perfect! and carolers, even! Coffee bar is great, as are available room snacks. Clientele seemed to be uniformly chic, beautiful, and interesting, but not stuffy, which made for fun people-watching and chats in lobby and outdoor water-garden area. Will definitely return.
The room was fairly small - not too tiny for NYC, but should be noted for people who want to spread out. Cab availability that far downtown can be iffy.
Quietness of suite facing the garden (from the second night). Spacious suite. Architecture of building. Neighborhood. Comfy bed. Free pass to Equinox. Coffee shop.
Noisy suite facing the street. Staff are horrible to follow up on requests / issues. Pricy small room for the first night, was noisy, very small (no closet, not even a hook for hanging my coat).
The location is great. The bed is heavenly. Room facing the courtyard was very quiet. The large bathroom was well appointed.
There is a problem with the plumbing which makes it very difficult to regulate water temperature. In the evening, we were unable to get ANY cold water. Just hot and scalding. When we complained we were told the people in the other side of the building get no hot water , only cold. Also the phone in the room didn't work so we couldn't dial down to the front desk. We reported that as well, but it was never fixed.
Loved the lobby as coffee shop, the decor (William Morris wallpaper) the bathroom (carrara marble and subway tile) and the view.
Are pillow-top beds the latest thing? Because this is two NYC hotels in the past two weeks that have foisted these squishy abominations on me. Seriously. People like these?
Great hotel Staff Heavenly bed!!!!! Beautiful interior Wonderful building Good location Individual and different A sanctuary in NY
A lot of dogs come to the coffee shop, which may put some people off. Some of the staff who work in the coffee shop were very unhelpful and rude They dont carry non feather pillows
Very disorganized check-in process. No sense of anyone in charge - couldn't identify the manager. We dropped our bags off at 9:00am asking if we could come back in the early afternoon to check in as we were attending a wedding in the early evening and needed time to get ready. We were told to come back at 2:00pm. When we arrived at that time, we were told by a young woman holding an IPad that our room wasn't ready. It would take 15-20 min. as they were re-stocking the mini bar. After 30 min we were still sitting in the lobby with no room. When we asked again, we were told the manager has to inspect each room before anyone checks-in. I find that ridiculous. For nearly an hour we watched as people from the neighborhood came by for the coffee bar that is in the lobby of the hotel. The whole place felt more like an espresso bar with a hotel somehow attached to it that no one was really paying attention to. At 2:55pm we were able to check-in. Absolutely unacceptable to be kept waiting almost an hour when we were specifically told we could check-in at 2:00pm. We will NEVER stay at the this hotel again. I will tell friends and family to stay away from The High Line Hotel.
Large quirky interesting rooms well renovated comfy bed best coffee in area at the bar in the hotel all the locals were dropping in to buy their coffee
Lack of Internet for 11/2 out of 2 days It still wasn't working when we left with assurances every time we asked that it would be working soon
Loved the friendly welcome and coffee always brewing in the lobby. Fab comfy bed and bath as well as shower as slogging those NY streets can be hard on the feet. Housekeeping excellent and mini bar well stocked as well as happy birthday bottle of wine for my husband. Hope to return
Great location near Chelsea Market. Bed was fabulous! Huge room -- bigger than some apartments in nyc.
Hotel had turned off the heat so it was colder in our room than outside! They brought in a space heater that didn't work (so had to bring another) -- this was after the repair person had banged around the radiator for a while (and then left his tools in our room). Starbucks drink stopper left on the bathroom floor when we arrived. When our room was cleaned, no extra soap or kleenex tissues were replaced. Towels are resort size, so awkward in small bathroom space. Second floor room facing streets meant for loud street noise. Elevator extremely small and very very slow. All in all, not worth the $400 a night we spent! Won't be going back.
We did like the location, the atmosphere of the building, the bikes that were available and the friendly staff. A very nice place in New York.
The lightening of the room could be better, but this is really the only remark we have to make.
Great location, excellent coffee, unique furnishings and extremely friendly staff.
Street-facing rooms suffer from significant street noise, exacerbated by early morning construction across the street. In-room, particularly bathroom, lighting extremely dim.
Decor, location, coffee
Quality of room decor and atmosphere were impressive. I liked the courtyard and the opportunity to sit out in the sun away from traffic.
I would like more fruit or more breakfast choices to take to courtyard.
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