Front of Macy's Department Store in NYC

The Best Hotels to Book near the High Line in New York City

Posted in: United States | 0
The High Line in New York City weaves in and out of buildings old and new – photo Debra Smith

Ever since my first trip to New York City I’ve been mesmerized by the new buildings that spring up continually. It’s hard to find a street where construction is not going on. No doubt some visitors find this inconvenient or even distressing, but I think the way that the city continues to evolve and innovate is what makes it an exciting place to visit.

One of the best examples of a project done right is the High Line in New York City, where an unused freight train line has been transformed into a public park that runs between the Whitney Museum of Art and Hudson Yards. Along the 1.45 mile raised walking path you’ll find over 500 species of plants in multiple gardens, along with public spaces, artwork and free performances. During Covid, 1000 opera singers, stationed along the pathway performed The Mile-Long Opera. Community events and exhibitions change often. It’s also a perfect place to watch the city skyline change and take shape.

Check the High Line Events page for tours, stargazing, musical events and much more. Meanwhile, choose the perfect place to stay nearby from Culture Trip’s selection of boutique hotels.

Follow Debra Smith:

Travel writer and luxury hotel reviewer

An experienced and trustworthy travel writer, Debra writes about luxury hotels and resorts, soft adventure, fine dining and cultural experiences in Europe and North America. Posting to Instagram since 2013 as @Where.To.Lady. Curious, attentive to detail and fun company, Debra is based in Calgary, Alberta. Member of SATW, IFWTWA, TravMedia USA, BA English, Art History U of C, former Chair TMAC AB/NWT.