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Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 1 - 5 2019

The Jane

113 Jane Street
NY 10014 New York
With its prime West Village location, landmark building, and river views, The Jane is home away from home for in-the-know travelers from all over the world.

Built in 1908 as a home for sailors and lovingly restored in 2008, The Jane offers a hotel experience for every traveler.  Our 130 Standard Cabins and 40 Bunk Bed Cabins have shared bathrooms, while our 30 Captain’s Cabins have en suite bathrooms. Inspired by luxury ship and train cabins, The Jane uses thoughtful design to pack maximum convenience into minimal space. The grand Ballroom sets the stage for an adventuresome stay while the cafe serves breakfast through dinner in a sun-drenched space.

Captain's Cabins
Our Captain's Cabins feature full, queen or king beds and Private Bathrooms. These cabins are approximately 250 sq. ft., and each Captain's Cabin features 300 thread count cotton sheets, flat-screen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, telephone with voicemail, and in-room safe. The private bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads, marble sinks, and C.O. Bigelow amenities.  All rooms have river views and/or terraces.

Standard Cabin with Shared Bathroom
Reminiscent of a ship's cabin, at approximately 50 sq. ft., our Standard Cabins are remarkably cozy.  Each cabin features a single bed, 300 thread count cotton sheets, flat-screen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, ample storage, telephone with voicemail, and in-room safe. Please note: All Standard Cabins share the communal bathrooms located at the end of the hall on each floor.

Bunk Bed Cabins with Shared Bathroom
Our Bunk Bed Cabins, at a cozy 50 sq. ft., can accommodate 2 travelers.  Each cabin features a bunk bed, 300 thread count cotton sheets, flat-screen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, telephone with voicemail, and in-room safe.  Please note: All Bunk Bed Cabins share the communal bathrooms located at the end of the hall on each floor.

For more information or for reservations please call +1 212-924-6700 or email reservations@thejanenyc.com.

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