About The High Line Hotel
Nestled within a cluster of landmarked buildings in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood sits The High Line Hotel, an 1895 red brick Collegiate Gothic jewel originally built as student housing for the General Theological Seminary. A peaceful sanctuary, the hotel offers 60 oversized, light-filled rooms that blend vintage details with modern amenities. Dotted with flickering gas lamps, the boxwood-lined, fountain-accented front garden and back patio are neighborhood gathering spots where locals and their dogs can be found enjoying pink Champagne or espresso from Manhattan's only Intelligentsia outpost -- and fast free Wi-Fi.
Behind The Brand
What rooms/spaces do you have available for a wedding?
We have The Refectory, The Matthews Room, The Rusack Room and the Pre-Function Room.
How many people can each of these cater for?
• 3,300 square feet
• 200 people for seated dinner
• 250 people for a cocktail-style reception
The Matthews Room:
• 1,300 square feet
• 175 people
The Rusack Room:
• 900 square feet
• 100 people
• 1,000 square feet
Do you offer onsite accommodation?
Yes, 60 rooms and suites.
What additional features and facilities does your venue offer that couples may find useful?
A historic Chapel at the General Theological Seminary in the same complex, and a garden and back courtyard for outdoor cocktail hours.
What type of couple would fall in love with your venue and why?
Couples who are looking for an authentic and dramatic space will love The High Line Hotel’s event spaces.
Why we love it…
This stunning boutique property emanates an old-world charm that can’t be feigned. Its eclectic-meets-vintage styling creates a chic, nostalgic feel. Set at a historic seminary, The High Line Hotel makes for an incredible wedding venue with surrounding gardens and a gothic-style refectory.
For the couple…
Looking for a historic venue in the heart of New York City that spills with character and style. Couples seeking an architectural space steeped in drama will adore this property.
Think opulent elegance but approach it consideredly. The Refectory is a striking space that suits bold styling, but be careful not to get swept up too much and overdo it. Complement the drama of The Refectory by arranging long communal tables that stretch across the hall and adorn with an abundance of candles and metallic tableware. Keep florals rambling and romantic, or consider switching this out for an avant-garde installation.