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