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Mondrian to open Manhattan property

12 Jan 2011 by AndrewGough

Morgans Hotel Group has announced an opening date for the Mondrian SoHo, the third property to bear the lifestyle brand.

Opening on March 1, the 270-room Mondrian SoHo in Manhattan’s trendy SoHo area will have interiors inspired by French fantasy film “La Belle et la Bête”.

Its 150-seat Imperial No. 9 restaurant will have a “sustainable seafood concept” as well as crystal chandeliers, a mirrored communal table and a bar and floor in white-washed oak.

The hotel lobby will feature a “double-sided cottage swing” as its centrepiece, similar to the swing in the lobby of its sister property in Los Angeles.

The 270 rooms include four suites, each with a terrace, and a grand Penthouse on the 25th floor. Mondrian describes its rooms as “jewel box” in design due to its large mirrors, a nod to the French fantasy style. Some rooms feature a marble foyer and bar area, chrome desks and night tables, and floor-to-ceiling windows giving views of SoHo.

The 109sqm (1,170sqft) Penthouse is available for events, and has a 19sqm (200sqft) terrace with views of the Empire State Building, plus an additional 189sqm (2,000sqft) south-facing terrace.

The Mondrian SoHo joins the Miami Mondrian (see online news December 13 2008) and the Mondrian Los Angeles.

For more information visit mondriansoho.com.

Report by Andrew Gough

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