In the heart of the New Yorks fashionable Meatpacking District, the historic Jane Hotel offers some of the most affordable and unconventional accommodations in Manhattan. Originally built in 1908 as a sailors' lodging house, the red-brick Georgian-style building on Jane and West streets once sheltered Titanic survivors at the cost of 25 cents per night. Recently restored, the landmark property now boasts 200 hip, little guestrooms decked out like cabins aboard a yacht. Rates for these 50-square-foot berths start at only $99/night, with amenities that include 23-inch LCD TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi and iPod docking stations. Downstairs, you'll find a Victorian-style lobby bar, plus the citys hottest nightclubs are all within easy stumbling distance.