Accommodation types: Ghost   Traditional
Location: New York  USA  North America
The Jane Hotel - New York Hotel Where The Titanic Survivors Stayed
The Jane  

In 1908 if you were a tired seadog taking a well-earned shore-leave, you would stay in the Seaman’s Relief Centre. Immature snickers aside, the building was built by the famous architect, William A Boring and is a fine example of turn of the century neoclassicism.

It once housed the traumatized survivors of the Titanic disaster. In 1944 it was taken over by the YMCA and in the 1980s it was a hipster hangout. Nowadays it is a totally famous and unique place to stay. The rooms are still decorated in homage to the sailor's life while remaining modern. The top range rooms even have rainfall showers. The rest of the rooms are designed to be an alternative to New York’s budget-destroying prices. Restored to a selection of single and bunkbed rooms once inhabited by sailors whilst remaining hip to the max, the communal toilets and showers definitely leave this hotel in the boutique hostel hinterland.

The Jane Hotel building
The Jane Hotel front desk
The Jane Hotel ballroom
The Jane Hotel lobby bar
The Jane Hotel mezzanine

Bunk Bed Cabin

The Jane Hotel bunk bed cabin

Captain's Cabin

The Jane Hotel captain's cabin
The Jane Hotel captain's cabin side view

Cabin Room

The Jane Hotel cabin room
113 Jane Street, Greenwich Village, New York, NY 10014, USA
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