Stunning Gothic architecture combines with modern pluses like free Wi-Fi a coffee bar and flat-panel TVs at the non-smoking High Line Hotel in Chelsea. Historic elegance describes the 60 rooms at the six-story non-smoking High Line Hotel housed in a restored 1895 brick building that was a former seminary. Hardwood floors lay the foundation for light-filled rooms with dark wood trim antique light fixtures and beds made up with cozy comforters. In-room perks include free Wi-Fi 46-inch flat-panel TVs Bluetooth speakers and minibars. The black-and-white-tiled bathrooms have a retro feel and are stocked with plush robes and upscale toiletries. Active guests can work out in the fitness center or sign out one of the free bicycles to explore the neighborhood. The concierge can help plan outings and there is a coffee shop in the lobby where guests refuel. Other pluses include a 24-hour front desk a bar and a lovely outdoor courtyard. Pets are allowed and parking is available for an extra charge. The High Line Hotel is four blocks from the subway in Manhattan's vibrant Chelsea neighborhood within steps of dozens of art galleries. Chelsea Market's eateries and the entrance to the elevated High Line are less than 10 minutes by foot as are plenty of local shops. Within a mile are Madison Square Garden Penn Station and the Whitney Museum of American Art. See a show in the Theater District or explore Rockefeller Center both two miles away and stroll through Central Park three miles north. Nearby airports include John F. Kennedy International Airport an 18-mile drive and LaGuardia Airport 13 miles from the property.
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