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The service was amazing. They were so helpful when we missed our flight and had to stay another night. The carpet was kinda dirty but the beds were comfy. Subway near by passes every few minutes but we easily got used to it and it...More
We were greeted and some of the staff was helpful, but our room was off a second floor “lobby” was frequented by loud guests, heat was spotty and never fixed despite our requests, you may be better off paying more somewhere else
Me and two others stayed at hotel 91 for a week whilst in Manhattan, it is a great base for those that are going to be spending most of their time sight seeing. The hotel itself is in the heart of china town which can...More
We stayed here for 10-days during October 2017 and found it an excellent base in Lower Manhattan, bang smack in Chinatown. Great location with lively street market scene right outside but a haven of peace inside. We had room 702, which had two very comfortable...More
Stayed here for 5 nights. Hotel was standard, room was nice but the bathroom was in serious need of an upgrade. Very dated shower and no power coming from it.
Hotel is based in china town, it's quite a dirty part of the city.
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.