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Loved my stay at the Jane. I had heard it was a special place... And it is! Highly recommend. Looking forward to planning my next trip.

Low price, convenient location, excellent WiFi.

This place is so interesting. I loved it. It has history and a story most other hotels can not tell.

Our trip was pleasant though I'm not sure I'd rebook the same hotel. Pros: Charming and quaint. The Jane Hotel has a nice vibe, our room looked out onto the water and gave us a view to the Statue of Liberty. I liked the design of older buildings, the tile work was pretty, the bathroom was small but nice with a rainfall showerhead and fast to heat water. Neighborhood is safe, walking distance to restaurants and shopping. Overall, I'd rate it as a good value in a terrific neighborhood. Cons: Due to COVID the cafe is still closed (not holding this against them) and staff didn't mention at check-in that housekeeping only comes by request. Some of the charming woodwork needs dusting, radiator heat meant at times we were touch colder than we'd like and at other times hotter (easily fixed by cracking a window). I really wished rooms had a tea kettle for hot water (since no in building cafe or room service options). In winter, perhaps just a few blocks further from the Subway than ideal.

Totally unique experience, glad I did it, and was the cheapest bed I could find. Awesome area! The restoration is beautiful. Two things to be aware of when looking at the beautiful photos of the place: the rooftop terrance area shown is only open for private functions (I expected to be able to go up there but could not). Also the cool-looking bar/restaurant pictured in the listing also is separate (but adjacent) to the hotel. It only opens at 5:00pm and at 10:00pm it turns into a nightclub on weekends. So, don't expect to hang out there during the day, and beware that there is a crowd outside and a nightclub right there. Also it is a bit noisy, hearing all the doors slam outside in the hallway. I also didn't see any temperature control in the cabins - just a fan. Might be hot in summer but perhaps they have AC. I found it warm in my room even with the fan running all the time. All that aside, it's a super cool place, very interesting and unique. The cabins are tiny but they were comfortable, and plenty of space for luggage under the bed, and lots of shelving. As long as you don't mind sharing the bathrooms, it's really great. And, the location is amazing. I walked everywhere. Def worth checking out.

Was great. Do wish they had tables for when you wanted to eat delivered food.

No me gusto en nada

Great location

Great place with true Lower Manhattan charm. We got a "Captain's" room and by NYC standards it was huge, and perfectly (if simply) appointed. Really nice bathroom that was roomy, also. If you stay, do visit the bar on the main floor. It has an incredible 1920s vibe and aesthetic and a nice whiskey selection to boot. The Jane has to be one of the best deals for lodging in Manhattan. Highly recommended. We'll be back for sure.

Great location. Friendly, helpful staff.

The Jane is a NY gem.

The bathrobe and slippers, free bottled water and very nice staff. The bathroom with the shower was always quite cold. The cabin rooms are small, but fine for sleeping. I have stayed here before.

The room was tiny, which I knew going in, and was sort of fun. But that also means that there were a lot of rooms on the floor, and because of the shared bathroom, people were getting up constantly in the middle of the night to go, and slamming their doors. All night long. Not conducive to a good night's sleep at all.

There is no hot water to drink at all. And the water for shower is not warm enough.

Location location location location location....and then there’s the location

Jane St New York NY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Whitney Museum of American Art and The High Line Park
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Located in Manhattan, The Jane Hotel is adjacent to Whitney Museum of American Art and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like The High Line Park. This 208-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

All 208 rooms feature iPod docks, free bottled water, and ceiling fans. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and DVD players. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries and slippers. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are also available.


Property features

The Jane Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a porter/bellhop. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with tours or tickets, securing valuables, and luggage storage.

Room options

Captain’s Cabin ADA

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Bunk Bed Cabin, Shared Bathroom

1 Twin Bunk Bed | Sleeps 2

Captain's Cabin

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Standard Cabin, Shared Bathroom

1 Twin Bed | Sleeps 1

Guest reviews for The Jane Hotel

Everyone (31) Couples (1) Family (5)
5
Family

Loved my stay at the Jane. I had heard it was a special place... And it is! Highly recommend. Looking forward to planning my next trip.

By on Apr 21, 2022

Review comment responded on May 1, 2022

You've made Jane blush!

5
Everyone

Low price, convenient location, excellent WiFi.

By on Mar 24, 2022

Review comment responded on Mar 27, 2022

And LOVELY guests!

5
Everyone

This place is so interesting. I loved it. It has history and a story most other hotels can not tell.

By on Dec 13, 2021

Review comment responded on Dec 15, 2021

You are clearly a woman of great taste!

3
Partner Couples

Our trip was pleasant though I'm not sure I'd rebook the same hotel. Pros: Charming and quaint. The Jane Hotel has a nice vibe, our room looked out onto the water and gave us a view to the Statue of Liberty. I liked the design of older buildings, the tile work was pretty, the bathroom was small but nice with a rainfall showerhead and fast to heat water. Neighborhood is safe, walking distance to restaurants and shopping. Overall, I'd rate it as a good value in a terrific neighborhood. Cons: Due to COVID the cafe is still closed (not holding this against them) and staff didn't mention at check-in that housekeeping only comes by request. Some of the charming woodwork needs dusting, radiator heat meant at times we were touch colder than we'd like and at other times hotter (easily fixed by cracking a window). I really wished rooms had a tea kettle for hot water (since no in building cafe or room service options). In winter, perhaps just a few blocks further from the Subway than ideal.

By on Dec 3, 2021

Review comment responded on Dec 12, 2021

Thank you for understanding just how difficult it's been getting back on our feet from Covid, and how we continue to work towards finally being fully reopen. Your patience and support means so very much to us.

4
Everyone

Totally unique experience, glad I did it, and was the cheapest bed I could find. Awesome area! The restoration is beautiful. Two things to be aware of when looking at the beautiful photos of the place: the rooftop terrance area shown is only open for private functions (I expected to be able to go up there but could not). Also the cool-looking bar/restaurant pictured in the listing also is separate (but adjacent) to the hotel. It only opens at 5:00pm and at 10:00pm it turns into a nightclub on weekends. So, don't expect to hang out there during the day, and beware that there is a crowd outside and a nightclub right there. Also it is a bit noisy, hearing all the doors slam outside in the hallway. I also didn't see any temperature control in the cabins - just a fan. Might be hot in summer but perhaps they have AC. I found it warm in my room even with the fan running all the time. All that aside, it's a super cool place, very interesting and unique. The cabins are tiny but they were comfortable, and plenty of space for luggage under the bed, and lots of shelving. As long as you don't mind sharing the bathrooms, it's really great. And, the location is amazing. I walked everywhere. Def worth checking out.

By on Oct 18, 2021

Review comment responded on Oct 19, 2021

Sandra, you really understand Jane. BTW- the Rooftop is seasonal (it gets cold up there in the Fall and Winter!) and we're sorry that Covid kept us from opening this last season but hopefully, if things keep going as they have been, the Roof will be back in action for this next summer season. We can't wait to see you again!

5
Everyone

Was great. Do wish they had tables for when you wanted to eat delivered food.

By on Oct 8, 2021

Review comment responded on Oct 10, 2021

So glad you had a good stay! For more space to include a little table in the room, please try the Captain's Cabins with the Private Bathroom. We look forward to seeing you again!

1
Family Business Business

No me gusto en nada

By , from DF on Sep 29, 2021

Review comment responded on Sep 30, 2021

But why not? Please do reach out to us.

5
Everyone

Great location

By on Sep 13, 2021

Review comment responded on Sep 21, 2021

Great John!

5
Family

Great place with true Lower Manhattan charm. We got a "Captain's" room and by NYC standards it was huge, and perfectly (if simply) appointed. Really nice bathroom that was roomy, also. If you stay, do visit the bar on the main floor. It has an incredible 1920s vibe and aesthetic and a nice whiskey selection to boot. The Jane has to be one of the best deals for lodging in Manhattan. Highly recommended. We'll be back for sure.

By on Jul 15, 2021

Review comment responded on Jul 17, 2021

Jane also has some of the best guests in all of New York! And as one of those phenomenal people, we can't wait to have you back!

5
Everyone

Great location. Friendly, helpful staff.

By on Jun 23, 2021

Review comment responded on Jun 25, 2021

Great guests!

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