|"Great staff, kind and helpful!"||(in 303 reviews)|
|"Fantastic location and awesome staff!"||(in 286 reviews)|
|"Perfect hotel for the solo traveler!"||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Shared bathroom was not bad!"||(in 55 reviews)|
|"Room was small but not uncomfortable."||(in 172 reviews)|
|"History of the Hotel"||(in 68 reviews)|
Great location Neat atmosphere Good price
The room was the perfect size for just me.
A more comfortable mattress. Air conditioning in the hotel hallways and shared bathroom. A regular shower with good water pressure... I get that the rain fall showers are popular but not everyone can stand directly under the water.
Kitsch & cute
Very charming, cute bunk rooms, very clean, nice staff, excellent service.
Even though it was winter, the rooms were warm & the AC didn’t work well. The hotel bar is expensive, but it normal for NYC I suppose.
Literally feels like renting a bunk on the Titanic.
Co-ed bathrooms, eek!
Curious, reasonably priced hotel in a great neighborhood
This place is priced right. It's not quite high end, but it's a big step up from the average NJ motel. The single I stayed in was exactly as described. About the size of a walk in closet, I nevertheless slept in comfort and didn't mind the bathrooms down the hall which were clean. As a nice touch, they provide slippers for walking back and forth. Very friendly and helpful staff.
The room was a bit musty. The whole place could use some airing out. But hey, it's historic!
Cool history, clean rooms, good facilities. My only complaint is that my room was really hot. Luckily opening the window helped a lot
Excellent for a solo traveler
Clean restrooms, deposit box, great location, near to a metro station, near to restaurants and a cvs pharmacy.
Clean. Great staff. Great location.
Nightmares. Jk. It was all good
Love the location beautiful old building and great area
the room was a slight small
Jane very eclectic & good value
Great in west village neighborhood close to everything & great shopping & restaurants!
I brought my roller to help me walk around the city, stairs to get up from door and lobby sometimes inconvenient, staff always there to help but at times there should be a ramp or something like that I could get up to get around from street to lobby on my own.
Unique, clean, bohemian
Staff , the rooms, the amenities.
The Wi-Fi was terrible
I love the Jane
I loved this hotel! The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful, the rooms were cozy, and the bed was actually comfortable! The bathrooms, although shared, were clean and convenient. The location was perfect. Having my own individual AC unit to regulate the temp in my room was a definite bonus. I will be staying here again for sure!!
Excellent value in NYC, i extended my stay. Twice.
The location was the best part of staying at the Jane - convenient to a lot of downtown shopping and night life. We also loved the bar/club at the Jane. A very cool feature to the hotel and a unique vibe to any other night spot I've seen in the city.
I was ready for my own bathroom by the end... but I knew that going into it and it was what allowed our stay to be cheaper.
The architecture of the hotel and the interiors. The room was small but comfortable, the restrooms clean and spacy. Clean towels and water on request.
There was a smell on the corridors, not unpleasant but too intense.
waiting for the elevator, extremely small rooms, very small common shower/toilet
I like the location and the price. It was clean.
I thought the elevator was a bit slow. The rooms were even smaller than I imagined.
It is better then hostal in NYC. You have your own small room. THe Jane is located in very nice Meatpacking district close to Chelsea Market, 7 minutes from Subway.
The smell of something. I don't know what it was. Probably it was the smell of whole building. Or it was the smell of varnish. Flip-flop was impossible to use so it was better to keep your own flip-flop.
This is a quirky, clean, fun, well designed budget hotel, in a fantastic West Village location, and with lovely staff. I would definitely stay here again.
The hotel is in the process of being done up: but the hotel were upfront about this on their website, so it's not a criticism.
location, ambience, design of the room is superb; excellent and efficient planning for a small room. great staff.
bathrooms and stair hall smelled of strong ammonia aroma. nice to know things are being cleaned, but maybe there is a less offensive cleaning agent. bathrooms did have an odor. more effective air fresheners are needed, a complimentary bathrobe would be nice to wear to the showers. flip flops in room broke easily
perfectly designed rooms for such small spaces. the hotel staff was the nicest i have ever encountered. location of the hotel is perfect
i would like to be able to check in by 1pm rather than 3pm. again, the staff was great and did get me in a room at 2:30 when one became available.
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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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you would like to stay in a particularly spacious room that will provide you with your own private bathroom, reserve one of the Captain’s Cabins at the Jane Hotel. Spanning across 250 sq ft, each of these cabins provides guests with either a private terrace or direct views of the Hudson River, as well as luxury complimentary toiletries and a flat-screen television. In most of these cabins, you will even have access to a large marble bathtub.
Guests at the Jane Hotel are encouraged to rent one of the hotel’s bicycles for free. Offered on a first-come first-serve basis, these bicycles are a great way for visitors to stretch their legs while also exploring the numerous landmarks that are placed in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. The bikes have convenient boxes on the back of them, making it possible to store a backpack, souvenirs, or snacks.
Dating all the way back to the year 1908, the Jane Hotel is known for being both historic and unique. Originally known as the American Seaman’s Friend Society Sailors’ Home and Institute, the building was planned by William A. Boring, the famous architect that was also responsible for the Ellis Island’s immigrant station. Although the hotel was initially built for the purpose of housing sailors, it was renovated in 2008, allowing the building to keep its original charm while also being equipped with modern amenities.
Because of its central location in the West Village, the Jane Hotel is within easy walking distance of numerous parks, museums, and sites. The Hudson River Park is directly across the street from the hotel and is a scenic place to take a stroll or enjoy a picnic, while the Whitney Museum is a 3m walk away and houses a variety of exhibits related to American art. To learn more about the firefighters and rescue crews that helped in the aftermath of the 9/11 attack, pay a visit to the Ground Zero Museum Workshop, which is a 7m walk from the hotel.
If you will be arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport, you can either drive, use a taxi service, or take public transportation to travel to the Jane Hotel. Depending on the time of day that you will be driving, the trip will take you between 50m to 1h. If you decide to use a ridesharing application like Uber, the standard fare will be between $70 to $90, while a larger vehicle, known as an UberXL, will cost between $85 and $115. If you opt to use public transportation instead, it is best to take the local subway, which will last 1h to 1h 15m and cost $2.75 per person each way. (Prices checked 27/05/19).
The Jane Hotel is located at 113 Jane Street in West Village, 2,7 km from the centre of New York. High Line is the closest landmark to The Jane Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Jane Hotel.
Yes, The Jane Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Jane Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Jane Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Jane Hotel is 12,2 km from New York LaGuardia.
No, pets are not allowed at The Jane Hotel.
No, The Jane Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
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