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
A wonderful boutique hotel in soho. Fantastic stepping off for metro as well to get you down or up town. Stayed in one of the classic rooms on 10th floor. Cozy, well appointed. Note: the drawers are under the bed!!! I noticed I had a leak in the floor & the team jumped on it straight away. Very courteous. I got moved to 22nd floor 1 bedroom for my last 12 hours in hotel. Again very well appointed room. Bathroom floor space bigger as sink is in the bathroom area. Lighting in sitting area is a bit dim. Standing lamp by couch might help. Thank you NoMo SoHo team. Short trip with some friends for the vogue knitting live exhibition was special thanks to this little gem.
"A little tiny (even for NY)"
We rentet a premium room from booking.com, picture showed us a corner window and some space (not spacious, but still - a premium). They have a square meter description on their site, but stil - without the corner window the room feel so much smaller. The bed was a queen but felt more like a full and the bathroom area was in general quite cold, even though we turned up the heat. Thumbs up for nice staff (even though they forgot some requests) and good atmosphere.
"Lovely room, but you pay for it. "
The room was lovely. The service at reception was mediocre except one lovely lady working on Christmas morning. We didn't get complimentary water every day. We rang and asked front desk about this. We were told that complementary water was a one off thing. We stayed for a week in a suite. It's not the end of the world. But it is described our whole stay perfectly. Some bits are great, other bits promise excellence and don't deliver. We loved they location, the room was great and quite but there are no extras, given the price, we expected extras.
"Great boutique hotel !"
We booked a one bedroom suite for the last few days of our stay in NYC. It was quite a unique place and not exactly sure how we felt about it. When we first arrived and bags unloaded from the cab, it was freezing cold and there was a long arched walk way leading to the hotel. But there was no one upfront to help with the bags. We walked in looking for the bellhop but couldn't find anyone. There was a lot of people seated in the lobby with bags so we thought the reception was somewhere there but only to realize it was located on the second floor. Eventually reception got someone to help with the bags. We requested for a single room suite with a sofa bed (not all rooms have it) at reservation and they were kind enough to accommodate. Probably to create the chill and cool effect, somewhat like the W Hotels, the elevator was very dimly lit (bit of a struggle seeing the buttons). The corridors were also very dim. But don't get me wrong, it's not dim like a dodgy dim, but more of a dim for the cool ambience. Rooms were nicely decorated. Blue walls and white furnishings. Although for a single room suite, it was pretty small. Bathrooms had a toilet and strong showers, clean and bright. But the washbasins were located outside near the front door which was a bit strange. The bed was very comfortable but the fold out sofa bed wasn't. Springs were very soft and not suited for two adults which caused the center to dip inwards making for quite uncomfortable rest. But we swapped out with our children and that was fine then. Two things we noticed worth mentioning and which we mentioned the hotel was: (We had rooms 308/309). 1. The marble flooring immediately in front of the doorway (room 309) had water leaking through the grouting if you put pressure on it. 2. Near the marble ledge on the floor separating the two connecting rooms, we felt nails or sharp points piercing the carpet if you walked on it. Hotel was extremely kind and receptive to our feedback and made immediate notes for the technicians to look into. They were very apologetic and offered us free vouchers for all of us which was a nice gesture. Lobby is always busy with people throughout the day. At night, the pretty bar and restaurant is the scene to loads of yuppies coming for after work drinks but the noise doesn't travel to the rooms so that was great. Hotel location is central to lots of places. Little Italy is nearby and Chinatown is down the road across Canal Street. 5mins walk north and you can dine at places like Balthazar's. Further North and you will be in the midst of shops and restaurants of Soho and Union Square area. Hotel is obviously popular as there is always a steady stream of guests arriving. We didn't have too much to gripe about, we did like the place for its centrality, convenience and cleanliness. Staff were pleasant too. Breakfast at the Nomo Kitchen was nice, decor was nice, felt like dining in greenhouse in winter! Food was great too! Only word of advise, if you are having items delivered to the hotel i.e. Amazon, make sure the delivery address is 150 Lafayette Street (their delivery address) and not 9 Crosby Street. We had a hard time getting USPS to redirect undeliverable parcels to us as for some strange reason, undeliverable notice of the latter address showed "Items undelivered as business hours has closed" even though that was the main entrance of the hotel which is open 24/7 ! Overall, nice and pretty cool place to stay. Perhaps not so family focused and for couples and younger crowds. Perhaps we were just unlucky with some of the malfunctionings of the room. Hope that's rectified now.
"Tempting but .."
With an appealing location in the vibrant soho and a boutique type positioning it attracts a versatile crowd looking for alternatives to chain hotels. They tend to be hype but you will miss some basic hotel amenities and most of all the size of the rooms is claustrophobic. The bathrooms is mostly a shower pad with an toilet attached. Noise insulation is not considered so take into account to sleep late and wake up early. Concierge services, which I consider a decisive booking factor in NY, are practically missing. One restaurant with average food and service.
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