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This 60-room boutique hotel sits on ground that was actually an apple orchard in the early days—though the federally protected historic building (formerly the General Theological Seminary) wasn’t built until the 1800s. The rooms themselves are modern but very comfortable, furnished with antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces that were sourced in and around the city. As for the downstairs amenities, you’ll find a cozy little courtyard restaurant protected from the street, and Chelsea Market just a few steps away. As the name indicates, you’re also right near the High Line—we like to pick up a coffee from the on-site Intelligentsia to nurse during the walk.

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