Raven Smith

The Jane

New York City, New York

by: Raven Smith

  • Why

    Eat Pray Love.

  • When

    March 2017

  • Who

    Just me.

Highs + Lows

  • The décor in the communal spaces is brilliantly bonkers.

  • The function room is majorly vibey on the weekends (there’s a big queue).

  • The sense of history in the whole building is palpable.

  • The smaller rooms have shared bathrooms.

: 42/50
  • Design

  • Website

  • Life Changing

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Overall Value

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Stealable Stuff

  • Refer a Friend

Important Bits

  • Type

    Boutique hotel, faded glamour.

  • Vibe

    Old school faded glamour.

  • Location

    Meatpacking

  • Rooms

    208

  • Music

    None

  • Year Opened

    1908

  • Designed By

    William A. Boring

  • Pool/Gym

    Nope

  • Restaurant

    Used to be the utterly yum Cafe Gitane...something new is on the way.

  • Bar

    Yes, a massive club-like area downstairs and a smaller rooftop bar.

  • Minibar

    The usual suspects.

  • Wifi

    Yes, free as a bird.

  • Children

    Bring them, sure.

  • Price

    One of the cheapest hotels in New York...I think...

In the Area

Conveniently located a few blocks from the hotel.

Whitney Biennial

Whitney Museum of American Art, Gansevoort Street, New York, NY, United States

Conveniently located a few blocks from the hotel.

Worth the schelp uptown.

Bemelmans Bar for a martini.

Bemelmans Bar, East 76th Street, New York, NY, United States

Worth the schelp uptown.

For lunch.

Metrograph

Metrograph, Ludlow Street, New York, NY, United States

For lunch.

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