Ratings based on 1,247 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
I loved the Jane Hotel!Posted Nov 24, 2015
Pros: Great service, VERY clean rooms and bathrooms
Cons: Cafe service was slow and incompetent
Location: Near the new Whitney Museum.
The staff at the Jane were so friendly and helpful. Not so much at the cafe on site---long wait for service and one coffee arrived, the other 30 minutes later. But the hotel staff are wonderful---this is a huge bargain in NYC!!!!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Pori
Ainutlaatuista asumistaPosted Nov 19, 2015
Pros: Hotelli jäi mieleen persoonallisuudellaan. Sijaitsee rauhallisessa kaupunkiympäristössä.
Cons: Tummat, vanhentuneet kokolattiamatot näyttävät aina yhtä tunkkaisilta.
Location: Hotelli sijaitsee Manhattanin laidalla, lähellä Hudson riveriä. Rauhallinen ympäristö.
Sattuman kaupalla asumaan tähän erikoiseen hotelliin. Yhden hengen huoneet tosi pieniä, kuin laivan hyttejä. Huone koostaan huolimatta yllättävän kompakti. Yhteiskäytössä olevat suihku- ja wc -tilat. Mikäli huone on vain nukkumista varten, käypä vaihtoehto. Sijainti erinomainen.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Seattle
Really cute, crazy good price for the neighborhoodPosted Nov 9, 2015
Not for the claustrophobic, the pee-shy, or the luxury-lover, the Jane is perfect for a day or two. The staff is friendly and helpful and the place is funky but really clean. On the downside, the bed was rock-hard and it's loud outside on the weekends but fellow guests were considerate and I never waited for a toilet or shower.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Area, Quirky & Cool HotelPosted Nov 5, 2015
Pros: Great West Village Neighborhood! Right across the street from the Hudson and great walking/views.
Location: High Line Park, Walking along the Hudson, Shopping, Open markets
I knew what I was getting into when I looked at the picture of the single cabin I booked. I was going to be in New York for only two nights for my friend's show, and wanted to travel as cheaply as possible, if there is such a thing in New York. I went for the single cabin with shared bath. Friendly check-in, and the bell hop gave me the tour and took me to my room, which was surprisingly small in person. I have to say that it turned out really great. The room was tiny, the carpet probably needs cleaning, but it had everything I needed - tv, alarm, storage, mirror, bathrobe, towels, complimentary water bottle. Oh, I will suggest a box of Kleenex in every room as this would have made things more comfortable for me. I don't want to go to the shared bath every time I have to blow my nose... Anyway, the shared bath went much better than I had thought it would, as this was my biggest worry. The doors to the toilets and showers were full doors so privacy was good, the bathrooms were very clean, and they have enough bathrooms where you don't run into a lot of people. I think I saw three people the whole time in the bathroom I used, but mostly had the bathroom to myself. They give you soft slippers to use also which is a nice touch. The hotel is quirky and the bar is very hip. The cafe is cute, but don't be in a hurry or expect really doting service there. And if you want a cup of coffee in the morning with the refills at the ready this is not your play! Great neighborhood!
by A verified traveler from wales uk
Who wants not to sleep on top of a nightclub?Posted Oct 31, 2015
Pros: The atmosphere and ambience of the Jane is great
Cons: Improve double glazing dont let rooms above club on music nights
Location: Lots of independent shops,bars and eating places in the village No subway very close but easy to get a cab (there were 4 inourgroup)
Arrived 9pm sat night from uk so really tired I emailed in advance and asked for rooms in a quieter part of the hotel we were given room 212 at about 10pm the music started and our room was rocking!! I asked to be moved but was told the only room available was also above the club the music went on to 4am accompanied by loud shouting in the street outside our poorly soundproofed window a lot of traffic including the police and all the general disturbance of a lively nightspot the next day we were moved to room 501 at the top of the hotel and told by the desk staff that they get a lot of complaints about those rooms!!! So why let them on a club night?oh yes you can charge money for them We were told that our expedia account would be credited by the hotel for the night but I am not holding my breath room 501 also suffered from poor sound insulation on the windows and with a six lane highway next to the hotel traffic noise is an issue but one I expect in a city hotel anywhere but not bass shaking the furniture until 4am
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
awesome locationPosted Oct 29, 2015
if you just wanna place to sleep while in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the city this is the place! ideal for singles not for couples..
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New Hampshire
Budget hotel with shabby chic vibe.Great locationPosted Oct 28, 2015
Pros: Staff. The whole tongue in cheek attitude of the place.Lots of foreign guests who add an international flavor.
Cons: Please....better lighting in all rooms.
Location: High Line. Restaurants. Shops. Whitney Museum.
The Rooms and make you feel claustrophobic...and give new meaning to the word "tiny". Considering the tiny money you spend for them , they still will feel like a "steal" in such a great NYC location .. Spend your time and money around the corner, at the Whitney Museum, and the great restaurants and shops you will find in the neighborhood.. The hotel's stylishly shabby Cafe Gitane, and the Bar that opens each evening, are both fun and have some edge......Wonderful staff that is knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful..
by A verified traveler
GOOD BUT WITH SOME QUALIFICATIONSPosted Oct 25, 2015
If you aren't claustrophobic, the room is comfortable enough. But the shared toilet facilities can be a bother, especially if you need to get up during the night. Also, the bargain price isn't so great a bargain anymore given it's limitations. The onsite restaurant, Cafe Gitane, is pleasant and a good value.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New York
Like staying on a cruise shipPosted Oct 21, 2015
Pros: Style, quiet, location, price.
Cute tiny room which felt like a berth cabin on a large ship, which was well laid out and simple and comfortable. The decor throughout the hotel is charming, and the shared bathroom very clean and straightforward. Quiet (except for the sound of frequent doors opening and closing along the hallway), and all you really need to bunk down for the night. Great neighborhood. Will be back.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great place and close to everythingPosted Oct 19, 2015
Great stately hotel with fantastic decor. Only negative is the in room heater didn't seem to function properly