Connect With Us Connect With Us Newsletter Connect with us
New York

BestRate Guarantee

Safe & Secure Booking

Need Booking Assistance?


Local/International 212-962-6577

Chinatown Hotels

Chinatown may be best known for its Asian cuisine and souvenir shopping, but in recent years, it has also become a popular place to stay, thanks to the variety of budget and mid-range hotels, like the Best Western Bowery Hanbee. With one of the largest populations of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, plus the throngs of tourists that fill the streets daily, Chinatown is undoubtedly crowded and noisy, but the bonus of staying in a hotel here is proximity to a variety of Downtown neighborhoods, from Little Italy to SoHo. Plus, you’re never more than a few paces away from authentic Chinese cuisine, from dim sum to wonton soup. Use our list of hotels as a guide to your New York City visit.

From the colorful knock-off fashions and Hello Kitty trinkets on Canal Street to the massive dim sum palaces, Chinatown hums at high gear from morning to night. And for many, that’s the neighborhood’s appeal—you can eat, shop, and eat some more, all within mere paces of your hotel. The hotels in Chinatown skew budget to mid-range, with spots like the cozy Hotel Mulberry, with rooms that are snug but well-maintained—ask for one with a balcony. The hotel sits across from charming Columbus Park, where you’ll see people practicing tai chi in the morning and playing mah-jongg in the afternoon. Also popular is the basic but clean Comfort Inn Manhattan Bridge, near the heart of Chinatown. Beyond restaurants and retail, Chinatown also has a variety of intriguing sights that trace Asian heritage in New York City, including the Museum of Chinese in America. Chinatown is also well connected to the rest of Manhattan—you can hop on a variety of trains at the busy Canal Street subway stop.

We are currently searching for hotels that are available on your selected date(s).


We guarantee,
you're always getting
the best rate!

Best Rate Guarantee