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The Standard East Village

modern & comfortable hotel in downtown

The Standard East Village

25 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003
+1 212 475 5700

The Standard East Village is the brainchild of hotelier Andre Balazs, owner of The Standard hotel in the Meatpacking District and the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. This futuristic 21-story glass tower in the East Village can't go unnoticed.

Each of the 145 rooms feature large windows and an outstanding view of the city. The hotel attracts futurists and forward-thinking young people. The library contains a wide selection of books and plush leather chairs. In summer, you can sit on the roof and sip a cup of coffee, enjoying the morning sky. The rooms are small, but bright, and the sunrises and sunsets lend a special tone.

The hotel is home to an excellent restaurant, the Café Standard, which attracts fashionable people from Downtown and can get very noisy. It offers a contemporary take on American cuisine, superb cocktails and a beautiful, stylish interior.

Key info: The elevators are slow, and sometimes you have to wait for them. If you don't mind the noise, you can stay on the lower floors. But if you're a light sleeper, you should request a room on the upper floors. Not all of the upper-floor rooms have a great view, so make sure to ask for one.

Rooms start at $275 per night.

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