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|Distance to city centre||2.8 km|
|Nearest airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Distance to airport||22.2 km|
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Lovely hotel with great rooftop and close to everything!
A little too small rooms, but it is way cheaper than any other option in that area and it is very cozy!
The place is oozing with charm – I’ve never stayed in a hotel quite like it.
Dinner is fine, the restaurant is laughably overpriced at breakfast, you have to go back to the counter twice so they can get a danish from their serving display ‘ready’ for you.
I initially booked this hotel, because I wanted to get two good nights' sleep in New York after my transatlantic flight and before going on my two weeks-long trip around the US. I was supposed to come back to New York for the last leg of my trip, in order to properly visit the city. I had already booked some nights at a hostel in Queens, which was obviously less expensive. But, after spending the first two nights here, I was enthralled with the amazing location right on the banks of Hudson River, in Greenwich Village, and very close both to Times Square/Bryant Park and to One World Trade Center, that I thought it was well worth the extra money just to stay in such a convenient location. So I canceled my previous booking and returned here for the last leg of my trip. It's a neat and clean place with a retro vintage vibe and nautically-themed rooms. It's not luxurious and the rooms are very small, but it's great value for money. You can't get a better deal in Manhattan. I will definitely return again.
The Jane has real style, staff were friendly, the place was clean, the Old Rose cafe was great for breakfast. Location is really good a short walk to 14 St subway. The sea cabins had just enough room for a solo traveller.
I asked for a quiet room and the check-in guy smiled and said I have just the room for you. I didn’t get the joke until I got back to the hotel maybe 1.30 am and the ac kicked in. It sounded like a train coming through the room. Impossible to sleep with it on and impossibly hot without it! That was 621 avoid it like the plague! The common areas were clean but the sixth floor bathroom was like an inferno during the day with no ac and the windows permanently open. The moment you stepped in you were covered in sweat! The Jane was incredibly stylish and the only issues I have with it are heat related. The lift took a while to rise and it too was like a sauna. If I go back to NY in the cooler months ill definitely stay here but it’s not for the summer!
The Jane Hotel is a West Village landmark that stands out for its exceptional quirky accommodations and is a popular choice for hipsters on a tight budget. Other similarly priced hotels cannot compete with The Jane’s proximity to the thriving Meatpacking District neighborhoods and West Village.
Although quirky and unusual, the hotel has a fascinating background. The Jane Hotel once provided temporary lodging to survivors of the Titanic. Restored in 2008 from an apartment cooperative to a cute micro hotel, guest like the hotel’s stylish and unusually inexpensive accommodations. Straddling the Meatpacking District and the West Village, and across the street from the Hudson River promenade, the Jane Hotel is secluded and quiet. Some first-timers are skeptical of the non-bustling area, but just block eat they will find the hopping, trendy nightlife, restaurants, and art destinations they were looking for.
Many guests are eager to try a 50-square-foot Standard Cabin or a tiny, two-person Bunk Bed Cabin. These cleverly designed, tiny rooms feature under-bed cubbies for storage, a wall-mounted flat-screen TV with a DVD player, and an iPod dock. For a shower, guests can choose from one of the two shared bathrooms.
Two bars and one eatery at the Jane Hotel hold their own in an area known for trendy restaurants and nightlife. It is home to Nolita's popular, celebrity-filled Cafe Gitane. There's also a swanky rooftop terrace and bohemian Jane Ballroom, a dimly lit cocktail lounge and nightclub oozing in atmosphere.
Travelers must desire a unique New York experience to thoroughly enjoy the Jane Hotel. The neighborhood is the place to be low-key and youthful, but if guests are not into small rooms and communal bathrooms, they will find themselves uncomfortable.
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