A peaceful stay on a lovely urban property.
A soothing oasis amid the big-city bustle of New York’s trendy Chelsea district, The High Line Hotel offers 60 sumptuous rooms tucked into a wing of the General Theological Seminary. This stunning mid-1800s piece of architecture and Federal Historic Landmark resides amid what was once an apple orchard. The Gothic details are impressive; at the same time, guests don’t lack for modern amenities. (For instance, visitors check themselves in via tablet instead of at a reception desk.) Airy accommodations showcase hardwood floors, oversize beds dressed in high-end linens and views of either High Line Park or a private garden. Other in-room extras include complimentary Wi-Fi, decorative fireplaces, turn-down service, 46-inch high-definition TVs, mini-bars, Jawbone mini jam boxes and free international phone calls. In the lobby, Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea baristas whip up lattes and espressos for a pick-me-up any time of day; for pleasant evening dining, Alta Linea serves traditional Italian fare in the courtyard garden. To explore the neighborhood (we suggest heading for Hudson River Park), take advantage of the hotel's complimentary use of Shinola bicycles and helmets.
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