The Jane Hotel

From the hotel:

In 1912, it sheltered survivors of the Titanic. It became a sailors’ haven in the 1920s. And in recent years, the storied 1907 waterfront building became a quirky “residential hotel.”

Now, following a personal restoration by hospitality veterans Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode, 113 Jane St. in Manhattan’s Far West Village is about to get a new life as The Jane-a unique 200-room micro hotel for young travelers with more dash than cash.

The hotel is set to open in stages throughout the Fall of 2008.

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113 Jane St

Partner Reviews: The Jane Hotel

The Jane Hotel is to be avoided

Rating: 2

The rooms were tiny. I mean tiny. I knew that going in, and took a leap of faith that the rooms would be on par with the Ace Hotel chain, just smaller. Here's my takeaway from The Jane: - The bathroom for the floor was closed, so I was directed to the bathroom one floor down. - The staff was more interested in the line of hipsters going into the bar. Every night was a private party, so I didn't go into the bar and cannot speak to it. - It was under construction. Drywall was being hung 10 feet from my room. - You rely on an absent elevator operator to get you to your floor. Save up a few more bucks and go to a nicer hotel. Even at $99/nt, this was not a good value.

posted by stazzah on Oct 4, 2009

My closet has more room and Iraq is less dangerous. Good luck to this dump.

Rating: 2

How unfortunate for what is supposed to be a boutique hotel to be so deceptive. In the middle of a construction zone, guests and SRO tenants have to walk through dangerous hallways, get scalded by extremely hot water, and deal with an extremely rude staff. Is this a new hotel concept? Maybe it should be used at the Maritime and Bowery as well. Good luck to this team of nincompoops (spelling?).

posted by AngryTenants on Jan 22, 2009

good and cheap

Rating: 6

this is great place to stay in nyc, if u want save money and still stay in the city. I used to live there for 2months looking for apart. i p...

posted by Citysearch User on Sep 13, 2005

If it's cheap...

Rating: 4

Unless you start looking at hostels, you won't find a cheaper hotel in the city. An interesting building historically with a great off-broa...

posted by Citysearch User on Jul 21, 2005

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