Overlooking the Hudson, The Jane Hotel evokes a bygone era of cross-Atlantic ship travel. And indeed the majority of the rooms are no bigger than a ship cabin, but that hardly matters as the price is right and the hotel has plenty of other spaces to enjoy
When you think of Los Angeles coffee shops one thing comes to mind - writers. LA is filled with ‘em. Some coffee shops have embraced the ever loitering laptop wordsmiths by offering free wifi with seating and outlets galore. Others? Not so much, which might be while a few on this list are a little stingy with their amenities - but damn do they make good coffee!
Luckily for producers on location looking for somewhere to plug in, Austin is a worker friendly coffee house mecca. On our latest shoot, we found these little gems that are perfect for tucking away into a little corner with your laptop and getting focused (save for a few fun distractions!).
Before living in New York City, I often had the pleasure of staying at The Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. This is precisely what you expect from one of the edgiest hotel chains, run by Andre Balasz, and precisely what you want your NY hotel experience to be
Boston might be known more for its historical and traditional hotels, but with The Ames, there’s a more modern option for your production stay. Blending old & new, the 19th century structure was Boston’s first skyscraper which has been renovated by interior designer David Rockwell. Sophisticated but not stuffy.