Last week I returned from what was one of the best vacays I ever did take and boy did I need it! I decided to hit NYC solo dolo with an itinerary packed with delicious food, beautiful men, an interview with a rapper for an upcoming project and my pockets lined to spend however I wanted. I knew even before I booked my ticket that I wanted to stay at The Standard High Line in the Meatpacking District because duh, it’s one of the coolest hotels in NYC and I’m about that.
I must admit the customer service leading up to my stay was incredibly poor. Like, sure you’re gonna spend this money but we’re going to treat you like dirt because everyone wants to stay here. Much to my surprise, the attitudes on my arrival and during my entire stay (aside from the Boom Boom Room) were warm, friendly and positive. When I arrived after a red-eye flight it was such a relief to be welcomed with a smile and an easy early check-in. My room was just a few floors from the top and I had a stunning view of not only The Empire State Building but the water as well. I felt at home during my stay – getting cozy under the covers, taking bubble baths and streaming my music via bluetooth through the room’s stereo. Kid Cudi got a lot of play if you’re curious.
The hotel is crucial to my travel vibes and The Standard High Line did not disappoint. From the killer lobby, to unique light fixtures, and modern design, this sleek space elevated my experience to whole new heights. I’d definitely stay again and would recommend you do the same.
The Standard High Line
848 Washington St
New York, NY 10014