9. There is Guastavino Tiling at the Jane Hotel
Architectural history nerds will know there may be no designer more ubiquitous than the Guastavino family, whose tiling can be found everywhere from Ellis Island, to the Municipal Building, under the Queensboro Bridge to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. A little-celebrated location where more Guastavino tiling can be found is at the Jane Hotel, in the ceiling of the entrance portico. This makes sense given that Boring & Tilton would have already worked with Guastavinos for the construction of Ellis Island.
Upon visiting, also look out for the moulded double wood and glass doors and the decorative metal lanterns, the latter which is definitely original to the building.