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Nestled within a cluster of landmarked buildings in Chelsea, The High Line Hotel is an urban sanctuary offering guests a respite from the City in a historic setting. Originally built in 1895 as student housing for the General Theological Seminary, the intimate 60-room Roman and Williams–designed property is located within a rare, cloistered community overlooking the High Line Park and an enclosed private garden. Blending eclectic Americana with European style, the property pays tribute to its English collegiate Gothic roots. A destination of its own, the hotel's lobby is the home to Chicago-based Intelligentsia Coffee.