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The Jane

Address: 113 Jane St.

Neighborhood: West Village / Meatpacking

City: New York City

Phone: 212-924-6700

Website: www.thejanenyc.com

Expert Review

Built in 1908 as a refuge for sea-weary sailors, the restored Jane Hotel, a red-brick Georgian-style landmark on the banks of the Hudson, nourishes its nautical history some hundred years later – housing 160 hip, little guestrooms decked out like cabins aboard a yacht. Starting at $99/night, the price for these pint-size accommodations (from just 50 square feet) is minimal – but the list of amenities isn't, including 23-inch LCD TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, and iPod docking stations. Not keen on communal bathrooms? Some larger "Captains' cabins" are available with extra space and privacy. The property's genteel lobby boasts brass chandeliers, emerald-colored tiles, and a bellman bedecked in classy period attire. The Jane's Victorian-style lobby bar serves as a trendy destination for thirsty creative type, and a location in the heart of the city's fashionable Meatpacking District means the hottest nightclubs are all within stumbling distance.

Tags: biking | moderate | trendy | cafe

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