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Most of Yotels 669 rooms are tiny cabins, which clock in at just 170 square feet. But they have clever layouts to maximize space, and sexy mod design -- crisp white walls and linens, blonde wood accents, and funky colored accent lighting.

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Behold: The smallest hotel rooms in New York (6 of 6)

 Most of Yotels 669 rooms are tiny cabins, which clock in at just 170 square feet. But they have clever layouts to maximize space, and sexy mod design -- crisp white walls and linens, blonde wood accents, and funky colored accent lighting.
Ah, New York. There’s really no place like it. It’s one of the only cities in the world where you can pay hundreds of dollars for a hotel room smaller than your office cubicle. We’re hardly exaggerating, and to prove it, we've rounded up our photos of some of the smallest hotel rooms we've has ever seen. (It's worth noting that good things can come in small packages, and if the price is right, some of these exceptionally teensy spaces can actually be good values.)
First up, The Jane Hotel. With shared bathrooms and hilariously small (though cleverly designed) rooms, this newly renovated West Village landmark offers quirky accomodations for hipsters on a tight budget — most rooms are $99 a night. However, guests may want to hold off booking a stay until renovations are complete in early 2010 and management gets a better handle on the recurring bedbug problem. Part hotel, part hostel (with shared bathrooms), the Pod is pretty basic for business-focused Midtown East. But it’s still not the cheapest hotel. Rooms — those with their own bathroom — also have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and iHome iPod docks. But they’re tiny — maybe the smallest in New York. For the price, opt for the Holiday Inn Sixth Avenue in far-hipper Chelsea. Like its sisters in South Beach, the 72-room MAve hotel (opened in 2009) uses slight style — and a few treats, like H2O bath prodcuts and a nice, free cheese spread at breakfast — as a means to over-inflate the price of incredibly tiny guest rooms in Murray Hill. A better boutique? Thompson LES, Ace, Smyth… the list goes on. A 126-room boutique hotel in a historic, Beaux Arts building, the Mansfield has a friendly staff, a popular bar with live jazz, a modern gym, an extremely convenient Midtown West location, and plenty of freebies: free Wi-Fi, free espresso, and free printing in the business center. Unfortunately, the standard rooms are among New York’s smallest. Starting at just 136 square feet, the rooms at the Hudson Hotel are extremely small -- but also sleek, with Wi-Fi (for a fee), flat-screens, and Aqua toiletries. Most of Yotels 669 rooms are tiny cabins, which clock in at just 170 square feet. But they have clever layouts to maximize space, and sexy mod design -- crisp white walls and linens, blonde wood accents, and funky colored accent lighting.
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