Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

The Standard Hotels

The Standard, High Line: 848 Washington Street
New York, N 10014
The Standard, East Village: 25 Cooper Square
New York, NY 1000
The Standard Hotels are known for their taste-making clientele, their pioneering design, and their unrelenting un-Standard-ness.


Rising above a former elevated railroad that has been developed into downtown’s favorite public park, The Standard, High Line is the first Standard Hotel to be built from the ground up. Its 338 rooms on 17 floors offer sweeping views of the New York City skyline and the Hudson River. The property features numerous public spaces, and on-site restaurants and bars, including an indoor/outdoor Biergarten serving traditional German food and beer; The Top of The Standard, a breathtaking lounge with 360° views of the city; and Le Bain, the18th floor bar & rooftop. The hotel’s acclaimed restaurant, The Standard Grill, serves seasonal New American cuisine.

For reservations please call +1 212 784 5530 or email hlreservations@standardhotels.com

For more information please visit www.standardhotels.com/high-line.



Located off Cooper Square in one of New York’s most vibrant, artistic neighborhoods, The Standard, East Village is cozy, charming, and eccentric in equal measure. The 21-story tower combines unparalleled views of Manhattan with an original tenement-style building at street level. The hotel features Michelin-starred chef John Fraser’s Narcissa, the bustling Café Standard, and now narcbar, The Standard’s fresh, new East-side hideout, offering a take-no-prisoners cocktail game, pitch-perfect wines, and blissed-out bar bites.


For reservations please call +1 212 441 3535 or email reservations.ev@standardhotels.com.

For more information please visit www.standardhotels.com/east-village.

The Standard is the Main Hotel Partner for Frieze New York.

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