Morgans Hotel Group Unveil the Mondrian SoHo
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Noriega-Ortiz’s dream-like theme continues into the design of Chef Sam Talbot’s highly anticipated sustainable seafood restaurant, 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.
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.
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.