Very well maintained and/or renovated and decorated with nice woodwork and nice colors. Tiny room but comfortable once you figure out the A/C. Simple bathrooms down the hall. Hotel will convert to long-term stays.
I somehow missed knowing that the Jane also houses a really jumping nightclub on weekends -- which didn't affect my sleep as the delightfully snug room was relatively sound-proof and the air-conditioner hum took care of the rest. But with so many merrymakers wandering around the ground floor the ...
I liked the location. I felt safe in the city. The cafe next door was popular and the food was great. Odd sharing a bathroom but they were kept clean and available most of the time. Bunk beds were amazingly comfortable.
Excellent location, very hot in the lobby, bath/shower could use an update. Loved the bed, Keurig machine in the room, toiletries, hair dryer, and iron. Was not informed of the destination fee ($20/night) before they charged my credit card. Obviously that changes the advertised price and should be ...
It was a perfect location set in Times Square. Easy walk to the subway, and everything was close by. The room was precious, adorable, and quaint. Simple, and perfect for the reason we were there. I would stay there every time I go.
Bright lights and big cities meet cascading waterfalls and lush forests: New York offers visitors the best of both worlds. Why not spend a few nights staying in one of the many New York hotels in the heart of Manhattan, then rent a car and take a road trip upstate? There are plenty of nice, cheap New York hotels throughout the state to make it easy to plan your itinerary.
No visit to New York is complete without a visit to the Big Apple. Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Times Square, Central Park, world-class museums, shops ... prioritize what you want to see before you arrive. When you check into your New York hotel, ask your concierge where to find package deals that bundle admission fees for attractions. Cross the Brooklyn Bridge and stroll in Prospect Park, and hop on the Staten Island Ferry for priceless views of Lady Liberty.
There's much more to see in the Empire State than New York City. New York is composed of several regions. North of Long Island are the Lower Hudson Valley and Catskills regions. Check out the Walkway over the Hudson and the Museum at Bethel Woods (the site of Woodstock). The Capital region is home to Albany, and the upper tip of the state features the Adirondacks, home to Mirror Lake, Lake Placid, Mount Jo, and the Olympic Ski Jump Complex. In Central New York, visit Syracuse and Cornell University. The Finger Lakes region is named for its 11 narrow finger-shaped lakes, and Western New York is home to Buffalo, Rochester, and the not-to-be-missed Niagara Falls.
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