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113 Jane Street, New York City, NY 10014, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 463 reviews)
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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 463 reviews
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Score from 2625 reviews Good
Staff, value, location, ambiance
Cafe Gitane is a total letdown. Bland menu, lazy service and the whole place needs decorating. Loads of nice restaurants nearby
There is so much charm and authentic character to the Jane hotel that I was as excited to stay in and admire in awe I was to hit the awesome neighbourhood it's situated in. Like a mix of the Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shining (in a good way). Every little detail,from the scent in the lobby, the oversized room keys, old-school elevator, to the skull & crossbone 'do not disturb' signs for the doors lends itself to a totally unique, other worldly experience. I tend to stay in business-type hotels when I'm in NY, but never again - I'll be rushing back to The Jane!
The Jane is located in scenic Greenwich Village, close to the subway, close to a grocery store and you can see the Statue of Liberty from the bathroom. The room is small and the bed is small but the price is small too. The staff is super nice and efficient; I only had one problem with my room and it was fixed promptly. If you simply want a clean bed in an inexpensive Hotel this is a great place. I have stayed at the Hostel on Manhattan for the same price and I had no privacy, it was dirty, run-down and I felt like I was staying in a homeless shelter.
There was always a strange smell in the Elevator.
Television didn't work on first day
Great location. Bathrooms were clean and very good (shared) showers.
The cabin rooms were almost unbearably hot. The only way to counteract the always-on heating was to have the air conditioner at full blast, which was noisy and ineffective. The hotel became a party hotel at the weekend, which wasn't a problem in itself but the staff were obviously used to dealing with drunk people as they were quite rude until they realised we were hotel guests, at which point they became pleasant again. The bar is also very expensive ($24 for 2 single Jack & Cokes)
Cheap, easy, and old school. It was super simple and clean. Small and super cozy.
Club downstairs wasn't loud or anything, just the people were extremely rude before and after making my way to the counter. Bed a little short but the room was so fascinatingly quaint I didn't mind at all.
the location is very good and it IS a beautiful bildning and the café gitane served good breakfast.
we had NO idea that The Jane was a populare nightclub on weekend nights. we arrived around midnight and the lobby was croawed with young people partying loudly. the staff maid no effort to welcome us, inform or tell about any facilities. i am not even sure anyone said Welcome. a key was handed to us without telling which floor our room was or where we would find the bathroom and the toilettes... when we came up to the third floor the first sensation was a strong smell of urine as if someboby had peed on the carpet. inside our room the heat must have been tropical. so we spend the night with open windows, by the early morning hours the temperature had gone down below normal and we were freezing... we would not recommend The Jane to anyone over 23:ish...
great vibe and history
I liked the price! Can't beat it!
Hate sharing a bathroom with so many others. Like a dorm.
My room, the lobby. The staff
The heat was strange. I had to use the air conditioner
I loved sitting at the bar in the restaurant after an evening show, talking to the young staff. They told me about the fascinating history of the hotel; the Titanic survivors stayed there. I also loved that though things are a little shabby it seems to be just as it was 100 years ago: original chandeliers, furniture, rooms, etc.
Lots of character and cool historic features. Neat neighborhood with plenty of bars and restaurants in easy walking distance. And two blocks from the Highline. Excellent value.
Amenities are about what you'd expect for a 100+ year old building. Spaces are small, but cozy.
Loved it ........great place , not your usual hotel. We had a Captains cabin room overlooking the Hudson , lovely view to wake and go to bed with. We loved the area its in and the surrounding area's, the subway is only a few blocks walk away so no problem going up town or down town. Lots of restaurants and bars around and I would recommend going to the Jane ballroom on a Friday or Saturday night.
If I did have one complaint it was that the room we had was extremely hot, but that was sorted by opening the windows. To be fair most places we went to were hot due to it being -5 to -15 outside.
Full of character and style. Lots of details carefully considered - love the design of the bottled water, great to be given a big robe for trips to the shared bathrooms. Excellent location - chic West Village, close to the fab High Line park, near Chelsea market etc. Loved the Gitane restaurant too. Doormen were so friendly and courteous. Perfect place for a lone traveller - cabin room had ample storage well built into the small space under the bed, up on a high shelf and hooks around the walls on rails. Thanks!
The style, the quality and the price.
Great staff and atmosphere Great location
The rooms are indeed very small
Charming staff, beautiful hotel, we keep coming back...
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.
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