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113 Jane Street, Greenwich Village, New York City, NY 10014, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 460 reviews)
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Cycling, Bikes Available (free)
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 50 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 460 reviews
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This Manhattan Hotel is less than a mile from Rockefeller Center. It features modern décor and flat-screen TVs in rooms as well as an on-site lounge and rooftop garden.
Score from 2472 reviews Good
Featuring a restaurant, a lounge and a seasonal rooftop bar, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from Grand Central Terminal. All rooms have free Wi-Fi. A game room with ping-pong is available on site.
Score from 3145 reviews Very good
Ideally located in Manhattan, 2 blocks from the Empire State Building and half a block from the Herald Square subway station, this historic hotel features uniquely designed accommodations.
Score from 1777 reviews Good
Seafarers International House is in the Gramercy Park area of Manhattan. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Each room here features a city view and includes a flat-screen TV and air conditioning.
Score from 40 reviews Good
Great staff, spacious room, fantastic restaurant, quirky hotel. Not too far from anything. Will be making a return visit in the future.
bed could be more comfy ...
Me and my mom stayed in NY for one day and wanted to live in a nice era close to the city! The jane is perfect for the traveler who wants a friendly and comfy place to stay in after being in the city! Considering what we payed, it's 10/10 Nice resultant, best was the staff, really nice people! All in all, the jane is warmly recommended!
The rooms are small, but we knew that before and it was not a problem since we came to see the city and not to stay in a hotel-room!
The place itself is charming.
The service was horrible.
The style of the hotel is wonderful, and the bar is stunning. Good location for restaurants and bars.
Excessive heating with no way to turn it down. Doors opening and closing are quite noisy.
Great location and affordable option for a solo traveller rather than sharing a dorm. The bar lounge is fantastic.
The room smelt of smoke and there seemed to be very few bathrooms on the floors.
- the location in Greenwich village - the price - the functional room and amenities - the fast WIFI - the atmosphere of the place
- lack of a lounge for guests to chill out at the end of the day, the bar and restaurants clearly catered for a different younger hip audience with loud music and expensive menus.
A building with loads of character and a tremendous bar. Would return if staying in a double cabin.
Very tight bunk bed rooms though it forces you out of the hotel which is a good thing.
Very clean shared bathrooms, nice interieur, great location.
The heating made the very small room excessively hot, so much, that even with open window and freezing outside temperatures it was too hot to sleep, The staff was indifferent and told me to switch on the airco to counteract it. Besides the energy waste, the airco was of course also very loud, so I had the ridiculous situation of not being able to sleep due to heat in cold New York December!
Clean rooms and toilets
The receptionist did not ask how I wanted to pay. just swapped my card and charged me everything, including the 50$ deposit giving me NO INFO about that. Also:Very bad price/quality (for european standards), very small room.
Location, decor, staffs were good
The view from a room
Very warm, helpful, and friendly staff. Lovely small restaurant inside hotel. The rooms are, of course, tiny, but clean and efficient for sleeping. Excellent West Village location for great shopping, dining, and experiencing the ambience of New York. We will always include a stay at The Jane when visiting NYC!
Atmosphere Bar Staff It really feels like being on a 19th century ship!
Rooms are truly small, as expected, thus no surprise but be aware of it.
Free bikes Central location Meat packing district Retro style Decor Staff
No common room (especially with the tiny rooms that is really a minus). Heating can't be turned off (you need to open the window and turn on the AC in the middle of winter)
The price definitely can't be beat if you're on a tight budget and don't mind a quieter part of the city. The location is pretty. My favorite thing about the Jane is that it's a short walk down 10th Ave. to get to Chelsea Market, and it's near the High Line, an awesome elevated parkway with great views of the Hudson River and the city streets below. The hotel also has a really nice restaurant/bar with a Moroccan menu. I also like that my room came with a robe and slippers.
The hotel has seen better days and once you leave the lobby, it really does look like the crew's quarters on a ship -- no frills. I had a tiny single room (about the size of a small walk-in closet) with a twin bed and a shared bathroom, and on my floor, doors and stairwells went off in every direction and I was left to figure things out for myself. I expected to share the bathroom with one other room but it was actually shared by about 20 rooms. With two sinks, two showers and two toilets (with doors, at least) it reminded me of a campground or rest stop bathroom (only cleaner). Definitely my least favorite part of the hotel.
Price was good, except advertised as $99.00, but it is for the first guest, additional guests increase price for the same room but we were not informed of this. Location was good, about 10 blocks from the subway. The staff was excellent, bathrooms were kept pretty clean all the time and had no problem with crowding
The web site shows lounge and restaurant, they own neither. We were asked to leave the lounge because we were not purchasing. We had a twin bunk room and there was no place to sit at the end of the day, only lay on your bunk
A great hotel with loads of character in a fantastic location. The bar and Cafe Gitane both good too.
The location was amazing with easy access to the highline, dozens of great restaurants and bars, and only a couple blocks to the subway! The area was beautiful and very safe (I said "this looks like where Carrie from Sex and the City lives!" and sure enough my friend pointed out that they filmed the opening credits right on the next street!). The cabins were tiny (but we knew they would be from the reviews and we work on cruise ships so we felt right at home) and they included individual tvs, water, robes & slippers, plus a fancy in-room safe. Shared bathroom was clean and bright. Loved the decor and the nightclub was so cool! The place just oozes with history (like the fact that the Titanic survivors stayed here after the sinking!). All in all, just a really cool experience in a really convenient area with super friendly and helpful staff!
The standard rooms are very small (we were totally prepared for this but just make sure you are and look at the pictures on google so you aren't taken by surprise!). Glass of house wine at the club was $14 (but hey, I guess that's New York for ya!).
bed was a little hard
I loved being near the Highline and Chelsea Market. It is a bit of a walk to the subway and PATH, but provided an excuse to see blocks that I would not have otherwise.
Location was great. The hotel is in the heart of West Village. You walk out of The Jane and you're immediately plunged into Carrie Bradshaw's life! Additionally, it is located by the corner of 11Th. av., so if you like sports, you can do some routine or running across the Hudson riviera, a beautiful linear park which connects this area with Battery Park at the southest point of Manhattan, with the whole view of downtown Manhattan and Jersey City. Finally, the bar was great, handsome people, good music, good drinks. The look of the building, a Victorian building of the XIX century, was great too. Bathrooms, although shared, are clean, tidy and look nice.
The space of the room is rather small for 2 people. The room where I stayed have the light controls in the lower bed, so the person sleeping in the upper bed has to ask his partner to manage the lights. There were 2 TV sets, so it's rather difficult to watch TV at the same time (they should come with headsets and this problem would be gone). There are no trais or spaces to accomodate many things (although there are some hooks and drawers behind the bed). And there are too much noise from other rooms, doors closing, people talking in the aisle, so slipping is difficult. And the bedroom is really narrow.
Convenient location, great neighbourhood, great boutique feel in the rooms and decor.
Even though I was a guest, bouncers at their lobby "nightclub" hassled me entering the hotel, then again on the top floor, which also houses a lounge or bar. Also, being woken up to a worker jack hammering brick on the outside of my window was annoying. The Jane has an obligation to advertise whether or not they are doing renovations on the hotel and how this might affect guests. Nothing was advertised before I booked, nor anything said to when I checked in. I ended up getting a free night because of all of this, but not after arguing for it. I would not stay here again, although the neighbourhood is very cool.
Location. The decor. The staff
Guests need to be aware that this hotel used to be a long term stay residence for addicts and homeless. Since the place has been changed into a hotel some of these people still live here as the owners can't legally kick them out. So one might see them lurking in stairwells and the one next to my room most likely hadn't made use of a shower for a while.
Shower sometimes cold Room too hot
Clean rooms. Shared bathroom works fine. No lines and well cleaned. Bathrobes and slippers in each room.
Rooms are heated to 90's (30+ C) in wintertime with no adjustment possible in rooms. Need to use AC! Really bad!
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