Mondrian soho hotel bedroom

Mondrian SoHo, Morgans Hotel Group’s third Mondrian and debut hotel property in downtown Manhattan, officially opened this week.

Morgans selected Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, the visionary behind the re-imagined Mondrian Los Angeles, to create Mondrian SoHo in collaboration with the company’s renowned in-house design team.

Noriega-Ortiz’s design for the hotel draws inspiration from Jean Coucteau’s 1946 romantic French fantasy film “La Belle et la Bête.”

mondrian soho bedroom

A powdery French blue color palette unifies the hotel interior and a custom carpet adorned with a rose vine design provide entryway to the jewel-box guest rooms, whose interiors features large mirrors, 10-foot ceilings and floor-to ceiling windows.

Lobby

No decorative art is hung in the rooms as the views are intended to be adornment enough and set the tone and scene for the guest.

Mondrian soho Room Interior

Noriega-Ortiz’s dream-like theme continues into the design of Chef Sam Talbot’s highly anticipated sustainable seafood restaurant, Imperial No. Nine.

Imperial No Nine

Accents to the restaurant’s garden-inspired space include a dramatic glass ceiling, crystal chandelier collection, potted plants, natural ficus trees, and over-sized hand-blown glass sculpture centerpiece by acclaimed artist Beth Lipman.

Bathroom

The hotel has 270-rooms, including four suites (each featuring a terrace) and a grand Penthouse on the 25th Floor with dramatic views of lower Manhattan.

Bathroom Interior

Special packages are available and rates start at $309 per night for a Superior room, and are based on availability.

For reservations or more information, visit www.mondriansoho.com.

Room Interior