The Jane Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Fans tout the hotel's stylish and unusual $99-a-night rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, polite and friendly staffers, and easy access to the West Village and the Meatpacking District.

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Boutique Hotels in the West Village, New York City (10 of 10)

 Fans tout the hotel's stylish and unusual $99-a-night rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, polite and friendly staffers, and easy access to the West Village and the Meatpacking District.
Known best as a members-only club -- none of the chain's five British locations are hotels -- Soho House's 26 rooms, though comfortable and well-designed, are pretty much an afterthought. Yes, the rooftop pool, the Drawing Room bar/lounge, and spa are all great amenties. But lodgers vie with club members for service, and the staff seems so concerned with it's own brand's exclusivity and cool that hospitality is all but forgotten. Guests also score luxe 400-thread-count bedding and cool Cutler toiletries, plus free Wiis, HBO, and Wi-Fi. This 187-room Meatpacking District hotel is more than its lauded rooftop pool. The nightly parade of clubhoppers outside the door can grow tiresome -- but if that's your scene, the proximity to so many excellent restaurants and bars is hard to beat. Guests also score luxe 400-thread-count bedding and cool Cutler toiletries, plus free Wiis, HBO, and Wi-Fi. Hovering above the High Line on concrete pillars, this one-of-a-kind Meatpacking District hotel (opened in 2009) offers 337 light-flooded, ultra-mod rooms with panoramic views of the city; one restaurant and (eventually) five bars; and excellent service. The guest rooms feature phenomenal views of the city, comfy beds with adjustable backboards, slick mod furniture, free Wi-Fi, Kiss My Face toiletries -- but the see-through showers offer little privacy. More than a century old, the once-bohemian Washington Square Hotel now attracts NYU parents and tourists with its prime Greenwich Village location, stunning art-deco-style furnishings, and free continental breakfasts. The rooms are small at this B&B-style hotel, but those who book the deluxe room -- which has significantly more natural light -- come away with few complaints. The 200-room Jane Hotel once provided temporary lodging to surviving crew members of the Titanic, and was later turned into an apartment cooperative. In 2008, hoteliers Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode (of Bowery and Maritime Hotel fame) restored the handsome West Village landmark. Fans tout the hotel's stylish and unusual $99-a-night rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, polite and friendly staffers, and easy access to the West Village and the Meatpacking District.
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