Mondrian SoHo is located in Manhattan's vibrant SoHo district, just steps from shopping, boutiques and art galleries, and near the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, Wall Street, Canal Street, Chinatown, Little Italy, Brooklyn Bridge and South Street Sea Port.
Room was tiny and workout room was almost as small. The location, however, is great and the staff is friendly. And because of these two things, I will likely stay here again.Comment of R. Jeffrey , United States the 2016-09-21
This hotel whilst not the cheapest really does go the extra mile in terms of the service and setting. The restaurant serves excellent food. Great care and attention has been placed on the decoration and details within the rooms, as well as the external areas which host sculptures and artwork. I stayed on a business trip in March 2017 for a couple of nights. The place, service and location cannot be beaten. Athena from the Front Desk and Dorjee from the back office exceeded my expectations.
"Great experience in SOHO"
My teenage son and I had an excellent stay at the NOMO SOHO for the NCAA East Regionals and sneaker shopping. All the great shops and restaurants in SOHO where close by. Rooms are compact but value in hotel rate reflects this. Complimentary coffee was available every morning and the hotel restaurant was always active at night. Guests and visitors seemed to be having a nice time. I liked seeing that. Highly recommend the hotel.
People were sleeping on the couches in the lobby and the check in reception area. Staff was not very warm presented well. Lots of checking of cell phones by staff. "Amenity fee" for what' The coffee was removed at 9:59. THe hotel lobby and entrance were very pretty though and we enjoyed our dinner. The lobby area felt like an airport, very transient. DIdn't feel luxurious or homey.
"the buck stops in the front"
the entryway to the hotel and lobby are simply beautiful. lots of bloggers and fashionphiles stopped to take their pictures. the lobby decor is eclectic and eye-catching. however, the rooms don't match the general feel of the hotel. our king room had a bright blue carpet and had the basics. i haven't stayed in many hotels in the city that have a sink outside the bathroom. it was gorgeous! but just felt a little strange. also was surprised that the room didn't have a mini fridge or guest robes and slippers. not sure if i would recommend this for more than a weekend getaway. the king guestrooms felt very tiny and the walls are very thin. we could hear rooms being vacuumed in the afternoon (that's a give and take -- im not upset about rooms being cleaned lol, moreso about how loud it was). however, this location is prime. we're right in the middle of soho -- it's a perfect spot near awesome restaurants and shops. perfect for a girl's getaway but anything more than that, i'd settle my roots elsewhere.
Great location, small but nice room, average+ breakfast, terrible staff both in the restaurant and the front desk - all in all, expect much more from a hotel with that price tag. Probably worst hotel experience in NYC
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM