The High Line Hotel
New York, NY
Nestled within a cluster of landmarked buildings in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood sits The High Line Hotel, an 1895 red brick Collegiate Gothic jewel originally built as student housing for the General Theological Seminary. A peaceful sanctuary, the hotel offers 60 oversized, light-filled rooms that blend vintage details with modern amenities. Dotted with flickering gas lamps, the boxwood-lined, fountain-accented front garden and back patio are neighborhood gathering spots where locals and their dogs can be found enjoying pink Champagne or espresso from Manhattan’s only Intelligentsia outpost — and the fastest free Wi-Fi in New York City.