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.


New York, NY




180 10th Avenue (at 20th Street)
New York, NY 10011

Opening Date

September 2013



Unique Details and Serene Views

Each of The High Line Hotel’s pet-friendly rooms evoke a graciously decorated guesthouse. Discover light-filled abodes featuring beautiful hardwood floors and one-of-a-kind locally-sourced vintage furniture. Oversized beds with crisp cotton linens provide a perfect night’s sleep, and plush robes invite relaxation after a long day. All rooms feature large windows offering dazzling views of the High Line Park or the hotel’s enclosed private-garden oasis.

West Chelsea Charms

Make use of lighting fast free Wi-Fi — the speediest in New York City — throughout the property. Enjoy a perfectly brewed espresso at the Intelligentsia coffeebar in the lobby or take your latte to the back courtyard for a moment to yourself. Tour the charming Chelsea neighborhood on one of the hotel’s Shinola bicycles (free for guests!) or sip a glass of wine under the stars in the Parisian-inspired garden. Looking for the perfect wedding, banquet or meeting spot? The hotel’s Hoffman Hall boasts more than 8,000 square feet of unique and versatile event space.