About Hotel 91
In the heart of Manhattan’s bustling Chinatown district, Hotel 91 offers guests the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in one of the city’s most storied enclaves. Home to the largest community of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, close to 100,000 residents populate Chinatown. At the foot of the Manhattan Bridge, travelers armed with cameras can capture the photogenic arch that leads to Brooklyn.
Amidst the flurry of activity on the streets, Hotel 91 is a welcome retreat. The glass door opens into a quiet corridor decorated with attractive wreaths of light, hanging shade lamps and a golden bust of Buddha. The second floor check-in area and adjoining lobby also carry the Asian-influenced décor, with painted flowerpots, Chinese lamps and printed carpets.
Amenities are centered in the lobby where guests can help themselves to complimentary tea and coffee or congregate around the flat-screen television. In the rooms, pillow-top mattresses dressed in hypoallergenic bedding, along with a wired workspace, offer guests in town for business or pleasure a comfortable place to work or relax.
Asian restaurants surround Hotel 17. Guests can enjoy Vietnamese, Middle Eastern-Chinese fusion and Cantonese Dim Sum just steps from the hotel. Just up the block is the East Broadway Mall, where shoppers can sample Chinese teas or pick up anything from phone cards with discounted calling rates to ginseng.
For shopping, the hotel’s convenient location near the F train offers a five to 15 minute ride to SoHo’s trendy boutiques, the big box shops at Herald Square and Fifth Avenue’s luxury designer stores. The Financial District, 9/11 Memorial, Chelsea’s art galleries, and the theatre district near Times Square are also less than 15 minutes away by train.
Visitors seeking a fresh, affordable Manhattan experience away from the traditional tourist sites will love the opportunity to immerse themselves in the city’s bustling and historic Chinatown neighborhood.
Hotel 91 Location Information:
91 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002
F to East Broadway
The hotel is surrounded by a multitude of dining options including Vietnamese restaurant Pho 89, and the New York Times-lauded Xi’an Famous Foods, which serves a Middle Eastern-Chinese fusion menu. There’s even more to choose from in nearby SoHo, the East Village or Lower East Side, where visitors can sample Italian, French, Mexican, American and Vegan eats.