New York City, US
Housed in an iconic Lower East Side landmark, Nine Orchard has meticulously restored and reimagined the century-old Jarmulowsky Bank into an elegant hotel and culinary destination.Check availability
- Each of the 116 residential-inspired guest rooms offers a quiet retreat from the New York City streets right outside our doors. Discover considered details, from original moldings and distinctive artisanship to large windows that fill the space with natural light.
What's the Story
- With the help of historians and artisans, a team of world-class architects meticulously restored the iconic, century-old Jarmulowsky Bank to its former Neo-Renaissance splendor. Drawing on 1912 blueprint drawings and archival photographs, the Lobby Lounge features grand, arched windows and a rehabilitated ornamental ceiling; pink Tennessee marble floors and Botticino marble walls, meanwhile, recall those found in Grand Central. From the painstakingly replicated original clocks and 60-foot domed rooftop tempietto to the historically-accurate millwork and the cornice moldings found throughout Nine Orchard’s 12 floors, the neighborhood landmark’s outstanding character and design details can now, once again, be appreciated and admired by visitors.
Wine & Dine
- Orchard’s bar, restaurants and in-room dining are led by the Michelin star chef Ignacio Mattos of Manhattan’s Estela, Altro Paradiso, and Lodi. Acclaimed for his creative renditions of classic dishes, Mattos brings his signature simplicity to Nine Orchard’s room service menu and three dining and drinking experiences.
- Corner Bar: A welcoming neighborhood stop, Corner Bar pairs thoughtfully-prepared bistro dishes with a vast selection of domestic wines and spirits. Come for a relaxing breakfast and return for a lively dinner or nightcap at our 40-seat bar.
- Amado Grill: Opening Soon: Amado Grill is an intimate fine-dining destination tucked within Nine Orchard. Drawing on the hotel’s restored Neo-Renaissance grandeur, the restaurant’s contemporary sensibility can be seen in its tasting menu, which celebrates the very best ingredients.
- Swan Room: Found in the former bank teller room — with its vaulted ceiling, luxurious booths, and pink Tennessee marble walls — the Swan Room offers an opulent, old-world setting to enjoy a quintessential New York evening of martinis and small plates.
- Rates start at USD 525 + tax per night.
Where to Dine
What to See
- A few minutes walk from the hotel, go explore The New Museum on the Bowery. Great for both its design and its exhibitions which change regularly.
How to Get There
- Fly to one of New York's three airports, La Guardia is the nearest (only domestic), United hub Newark is a 40min cab ride, and JFK could be well an hour by uber or cab.