This hotel seems very special, tucked away on quiet Crosby Street, I often walk past at night envious of the guests enjoying the beautiful garden which is priceless in this neighborhood, relaxing sipping seemingly delicious exotic cocktails! My friend just found out she got a new job today, and when I was asked where we should go to celebrate, this place straight away came to mind! I just checked out their prices, and it’s not too bad, starting at $315 a night, if you need a little treat and escape from the NYC summer haze, The Mondrian could be just the place.
Inspired by Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film “La Belle et la Bete”, Mondrian SoHo evokes a provocative fantasy that translates to every detail of the guest rooms. Created by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, the seductive experience begins from the Crosby Street entrance of the hotel and continues throughout the hotel. The corridors leading to the “Sleeping Chambers” feature a grand carpet with a custom, rose vine design, large antique mirrors and crystal sconces.
A long vestibule area leads you to a work “nook” and “Sleeping Chamber” with an Oversized King Bed. A marble spa bathroom includes an expansive double shower. Not satiated from floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of downtown New York? Then step onto the largest of our private balconies, which will surely enchant. All guest rooms at Mondrian are non-smoking rooms.