Mondrian Soho New York, NY, United States

Mondrian Soho

New York, NY, United States









Style: Classic Luxury. Rooms: 270.



With the opening of the latest addition to its eminent Mondrian brand, Morgans Hotel Group enchants guests with yet another innovative vision by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz, inspired by Jean Cocteau’s cinematic interpretation of the tale of “La Belle et la BĂȘte”. 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, Imperial No. Nine - a modern sustainable seafood restaurant by chef Sam Talbot, Mister H - an intimate downtown nightlife concept by Morgans' own Sal Imposimato and Armin Amiri, 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.









Note Bene

Discretely located within Mondrian is also Mister H, a visionary nightlife space inspired by old New York, SoHo’s neighboring Chinatown surroundings, and the willful wit of a fictional man. Morgans’ own Sal Imposimato teamed up with Armin Amiri to realize an intricate but timeless concept that compliments Mondrian and it's new downtown New York relationship. The Feng Shui design, eclectic accents and a cool collection of Chinese furniture lends a clever nod to the neighborhood in a distinct and signature Morgans fashion.

Fine Dining on Site

Imperial No. Nine is a sustainable seafood concept by Mondrian Soho’s Executive Chef Sam Talbot.





Hotel Address



Mondrian Soho

9 Crosby Street

New York , NY 10013

United States









Location Summary

Mondrian is situated intimately in the midst of lower Manhattan’s coveted SoHo neighborhood. SoHo, short for “South of Houston” is well known for its a-list residents, preciously chic and picturesque streets, charm and energy. With an extraordinarily unique offering of retail, art and culinary destinations, this cozy corner on the map has a culture all its own. Boasting over 100 shops, 250 galleries, and nearly 200 restaurants, SoHo is the most talked about neighborhood in New York. Noteworthy destinations in the neighborhood include Jill Sander, Opening Ceremony, Saturday Surf Shop and Bloomingdales. Nearby and nearly as popular areas include Greenwich Village, Nolita, the Lower East Side, Tribeca and Chinatown.

 
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