My wife and I stayed here at the suggestion of our son, who works in New York and lives in NoLita. The rates were competitive, so we booked three nights and had a terrific stay. The staff were very helpful and friendly, especially the concierge, for whom we had lots of questions. The hotel is on the southeastern border of SoHo, and so it's very close to Little Italy and Chinatown. The Museum of China in America (MOCA) is right across the street to the east, for example. Our son's business, Soho Strength Lab, is on historic Mulberry Street, so we strolled down Mulberry all the way to Downtown Manhattan, passing through Little Italy, with the wonderful street front restaurants and Chinatown, with its own very different vibe. One day, we walked through SoHo in the other direcection, through Washington Square, the NYU campus, Greenwich Village, Chelsea and the High Line, before heading Uptown to the east side to eat that night taking the subway on the last leg.
The point of saying all this is that the hotel is nicely located for walking the streets of New York, which is what I like most about the city. The cultural variety is so dense that every step is a new discovery. And the places to eat around the hotel are numerous and varied, too. Try Jack's Wife Freda on Lafayette for breakfast, the Italian Food Center on Mulberry for lunch, and Socarrat on Mulberry for a dinner of tapas.
The hotel itself is a happening place. Men's Health Magazine was having some sort of launch party in the hotel's restaurant, Isola, while we were there. Lots of buzz about the place. Our room was upgraded to a suite by the front desk, which was nice, giving us essentially two bedrooms for the price of one. There was an iPad in the room to use to access hotel services. My wife said the gym was nice and fully equipped. Everything worked in the hotel and was clean. No complaints at all. We would definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Inspired by Jean Cocteau’s cinematic interpretation of the tale of “La Belle et la Bête”, Mondrian SoHo is yet another innovative vision by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. With Mondrian’s design, Noriega awakens the imagination and invites guests into a fantasy that offers an escape. The hotel boasts a mesmerizing ambiance that captures the sparkling charm and romance of New York, Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar - a Coastal Italian restaurant with food and ambience inspired by the Amalfi Coast, Italian Riviera and Sicily. Mister H - an intimate downtown nightlife concept inspired by old New York, and 270 guest rooms - each with stunning views wrapping around the island of Manhattan, custom-designed bath fixtures, and a clever nod to the tale here and there. All guest rooms at Mondrian are non-smoking rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mondrian Soho Hotel New York City