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Four Seasons Hotel New York vs The High Line Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel New York and The High Line Hotel are both recommended by reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, Four Seasons Hotel New York ranks significantly better than The High Line Hotel. Four Seasons Hotel New York comes in at 89 with approval from 18 reviews such as Concierge, BlackBook and Condé Nast Traveler.

Four Seasons Hotel New York
8 / 10
57 East 57th Street, New York City, NY 10022
From $875 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Michelin Guide
"This prestigious sanctum, the city's tallest luxury hotel, commands jaw-dropping views in its plush rooms and suites."
Frommer's
"From the stellar service—only surpassed by the Ritz-Carlton hotels and Trump International—to the fantastic facilities, including a luxurious spa, this is a stunner." Full review
Concierge
"You can feel the city's surging pulse from the moment you walk into I.M. Pei's soaring, minimalist marble lobby."
Oyster
Luxury
"Deliberately business-like, the 368-room Four Seasons in Midtown East has all the luxury essentials." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"One of the crown jewels in the Four Seasons chain is this I.M. Pei-designed tower that rises 52 stories above midtown – the tallest hotel in Manhattan."
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The High Line Hotel
8 / 10
180 Tenth Avenue, New York City, NY 10011
From $153 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Time Out
"Exuding an old-fashioned residential vibe, the 60 guest quarters feature antique Persian rugs... and a mix of vintage furnishings and reproductions of pieces sourced by the designers." Full review
Star Service
"Anyone needing a full-service hotel will shirk, but this represents one of Manhattan's most delightful options for those in search of something fun, fashionable and unique. " Full review
BlackBook
"Boutique hotel built into striking neo-gothic edifice first opened in 1895 to house students of the General Theological Seminary."
Zagat
"Built in 1895 as a dormitory for the General Theological Seminary, this Chelsea newcomer maintains a collegiate vibe with stained glass and original moldings throughout."
Gayot
"A soothing oasis amid the big-city bustle of New York'€™s trendy Chelsea district, The High Line Hotel offers 60 sumptuous rooms tucked into a wing of the General Theological Seminary."
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