A finalist for the “World’s Greatest Hotel,” The High Line Hotel in Chelsea’s gallery district of New York City holds 60 rooms for guests to enjoy, with views of NY’s public High Line Park. Each room is furnished from carefully curated sources, and each features an authentic Western Electric 202 rotary dial phone. There’s even a “Writer’s Nook Room” located on the hotel's top floor, which includes a vintage typewriter. For guests who really want the ultimate luxury experience, The High Line Suite is a 500 square room with a king bed and offers views of the interior cloistered grounds of the hotel’s private park.
With an abundance of things to do and see in New York, guests are encouraged to grab one of the hotel’s complimentary Shinola bicycles and take a ride along Hudson River Park or the local neighborhood. Hop off the bike (no bikes allowed on the High Line!) to explore the park built on an elevated section of an unused New York Central Railroad line. High Line Park, which opened in 2009, is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to take a stroll and enjoy a bite to eat from one of the many surrounding vendors.
NYC tired you out? Head back and grab a drink at The Bar; stay indoors or take your cocktail to the outdoor patio.