The Big Apple’s The High Line Hotel is the former home of Clement Clarke Moore, author of the Christmas classic, ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas,making the Chelsea property the most appropriate place to enjoy a little holiday cheer this season. From Dec. 21–26, the hotel is offering a Vintage Christmas in Chelsea special.
The offer includes complimentary hot cider or hot chocolate from the Intelligentsia bar (one per person); a special turndown copy of Clement Clarke Moore’s classic ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas; and a custom, limited-edition Christmas ornament, adorned with The High Line Hotel’s signature embossing seal designs. The premium is available with a two-night stay.
Located in the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood, the hotel is within walking distance of the High Line elevated park, the Meatpacking District’s fashion ateliers and designer shops and Union Square’s annual Holiday Market with artisanal crafts and foods. The building was originally built in 1895 as student housing for the General Theological Seminary, offering 60 intimate rooms combining American and European styles. The lobby is home to the Chicago-based Intelligentsia Coffee’s first East Coast outpost.
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