Bring us to the 10th floor.

The British "Elle" said it like a dedication: "A hotel with its bright, airy space, his intimate outdoor garden and a cozy atmosphere welcomes you." Is there anything else to tell about The Standard, East Village, New York? Absolutely. This hotel comes from the drawing board by Carlos Zapata, creator of the famous Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago, Illinois. 2008, the house was opened as "Cooper Square Hotel." The name gave way. What remains is a magnificent view.

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This is how our mission is already clearly described: New York, Downtown Manhattan 3rd Avenue - precisely between East 5th and 6th. Here, then, no hour's drive from John F. Kennedy Airport and the smallest of the Big Apple Airport, La Guardia, is the hotel that offers the right starting point for discovering the city of New York. Even walking you war in no time in Soho, in Greenwich or in Chinatown.

Properly it is clear from the tenth floor. Then The Standard plays its best asset: the views. And those ones - the Elle experts don't accept no doubt about it - do outdo whatever most other hostels in the Big Apple have to offer. Sun "The big thing" to call the makers of the magazine. For twelve etages, up to the 22nd floor, this stunning view can be enjoyed. Something you should keep in mind when making the reservation.

Is there an expiration date for avant-garde hotel architecture? The Standard of today, is it still that fashion hotel like it was begun in 2008? Yes, it is. Timeless style in the shower (with square soaps) and self-closing toilet seat. So, even the rather small-sized rooms seem to be coherent.


All pictures: ©  Carlos Zapata Studio
520 Broadway Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10012

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