The Meatpacking District's old slaughterhouses and meat packing plants have been replaced by designer shops, nightclubs, and swanky hotels, but it still holds plenty of secrets.
There's something very Wes Anderson about the Jane Hotel. Beyond the eclectic shabby chic interior, the check-in desk is staffed by men in bell caps and maroon uniforms. Keys and mail are still stored in the boxes behind the counter and a call bell is rung for the baggage.
NYC's's maritime past is embedded inside and outside the buildings in lower Manhattan, where the bustling port of New York was once centered. Trace the remnants of maritime history with this guide.
Besides impeccable hospitality taken as a given at all of these establishments, each of these hotel are renowned for its originality, design and more.
Our list of New York City's best examples of nautical architecture on Foursquare, including the Seamen's Church Institute, the Maritime Hotel and the Jane Hotel
A look into the city's nautically inspired architecture--there's more than you think, from the Jane Hotel to St Vincent's Hospital to The Maritime Hotel.