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The Standard, East Village
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Reviewed December 10, 2012

The room was small but very stylish which an incredibly comfortable bed. The steam shower was really great. Hotel continues to renovate with a new restaurant planned. ordered room service and really recommend the cauliflower reuben - I know it sounds odd.
I enjoyed the continental buffet ont he 21st floor but would prefer in room coffee service especially since space is at a premuium.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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2  Thank CapitolCat
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Reviewed December 7, 2012

Unlike its more polished sister hotel in the West Village, this east Village outpost is feeling its growing pains -- mostly in the enthusiastic but inexperienced staff and the temporary dining facilities. The rooms are great, but doorman watch you unload your taxi without offering help, in room phones are incomprehensible and the breakfast area is over-crowded and under-staffed. There is no on-premise fitness center.

Room Tip: Ask for a room in the back..those facing Cooper Union get 4-5am truck traffic and vibrations.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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Thank columbuscirclenyc
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Reviewed December 6, 2012

The hotel lobby was entirely under contruction but that wasn't reflected in the price at all. The room had an amazing view, but the carpets had stains and there was a bit of a funky smell. I know it's hard to expect a lot from a New York City hotel, but for the price they charged I was a bit surprised at the lack of personal touches or compensation for the construction (even a cookie or mint on the bed would have been a nice touch).

The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The complimenatry brunch on the rooftop was nice a nice touch, as well.

Maybe if things change when the construction is completed I would stay here, but overall I wasn't impressed with the quality of the room, especially for the price.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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Thank simocrates
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Reviewed December 3, 2012

We recently enjoyed our two night stay at the Standard EV, which we purposefully selected for its location. Here are the Pros, Cons, and Considerations for your decision-making purposes.

The Pros:
The location is perfect if you are interested in walking to SoHo, Greenwich Village, West Village, and even as far as Meatpacking/Chelsea. The East Village location is also great in and of itself. Hip, relaxed vibe with lots of walkable options for great food and drinks.

THE STAFF is TRULY AMAZING. I really cannot stress this enough. They are young and energetic, but, at the same time, incredibly knowledgeable. They know the city, they know the hotel, and they want to help you and make your experience great. No question is too annoying for them. I cannot even begin to tell you how many things they did--going out of their way--to make our stay better. They secured impossible restaurant reservations for us, constantly drew on maps for us, provided us with amazing suggestions for restaurants and sites, and would even run from behind the front desk (without coats on!) to hail you a cab if you even mentioned getting a taxi.

The complementary breakfast spread (due to any inconveniences resulting from their renovation) is delightful. Located in the penthouse, you are able to enjoy panoramic views of the city in an impeccably modern, yet cozy space. The offerings were plentiful and there were healthy choices. A very nice touch, particularly as a "peace offering" for the renovations.

Beds are very, very comfortable.

The Cons:
The hotel is in the middle of renovations. Know this. I feel like they are handling it well.
We did not hear any noise, see any debris, and were not inconvenienced in any way except that some of the main common spaces are blocked off. There is no real "lobby" area right now and the second floor mezzanine is gorgeous at night, but looks over a courtyard that is currently filled with building supplies. It is not in its tip top shape, specifically because the common areas are basically unavailable.

The view from the sixth floor rooms is hilariously awful. We were staring at a wall with non-cool graffiti. It was kind of grim and sad. The room was small (of course) so this only added to a tiny bit of claustrophobia. Everyone always raves about the views (which we saw from the penthouse), so our view was a bit disappointing. I wish I had known to request a room that is maybe higher up or specifically requested a view. I am certain that there are people who would not find the room acceptable because of the view. Otherwise, it was modern, kind of stark (in line with The Standard's aesthetic), and well-appointed.

We were very close to the elevator (as were all the rooms on our floor) so that did provide some noise and activity.
The Considerations:
Just keep the renovation factor in mind! If you want to stay at a place with a hotel restaurant, gym, and a more "inclusive" feel, you may be better off at The Standard in Chelsea, right on the High Line. The Standard Grill is a delight and the whole surrounding area is really great for shopping.

Be specific about wanting to stay high up and ask for a room with a good view....otherwise, you may be about 10 feel from a concrete wall!

Room Tip: See review above--make sure you ASK for a room with a view and one away from the elevators.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank Nolanative
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Reviewed November 25, 2012

is this hotel a conversion job in an existing building? feels like it. looks like an office building from outside, although the interior is somewhat better. still not a patch on the other standards I have stayed in - meatpacking, miami. none of the usual quirky personality and style I have come to expect from standard hotels

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled on business
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Thank ec1jones
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