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
"Perfect Setting for our Meeting"
All the staff went out of its way to ensure that every aspect of our stay was comfortable and memorable. From the restaurant to the front desk to the banquets team, each of our requests was handled satisfactorily. I highly recommend this hotel for small meetings (<50) for an intimate and unique experience.
"Loved this hotel!"
Loved this hotel! We stayed there for 7 nights and the hotel made a great contributed to our vacation . The hotel is quiet new, in perfect location: in the soho and very near to many attractions in nyc. There are so many great restaurants in a walking distance from the hotel. it is very important especially in the evening. The size of the room is good for nyc, very comfortable bed, fabulous view (we stayed at the 18th floor), and very clean. The staff was very nice and helpful. We will surely come back
"Hip and nothing else"
My first impression as I walked in was that it was very cool and trendy. I was immediately approached by a doorman/bellhop who was very helpful. Trying to check in resulted in a 10 minute wait while two staff people joked with another couple checking in. It took a manager walking out and seeing me standing there to get some service. My room was not ready and I was told they would call me when it was. The lobby is noisy with young people walking in and out. I went to grab a bite with my daughters who met me there and we were out for a while. I never received a call telling me the room was ready. Again, trendy looking rooms, on the small side which is not unusual for Manhattan. That night at around 2 AM I heard a door opening, it was so loud I thought somebody was breaking into my room but it was just the room next door! The next morning it was raining and I did not feel like having breakfast outside the hotel. Because it was Sunday I decide to call the restaurant to make a reservation while getting ready but no one answered. I tried a few more times with no luck. I then called the front desk, they apologized and said that because I was staying there I did not need to make a reservation. About an hour later I showed up with my daughters. They had no room for us so they sat us at the entrance of the room on some sofas. We were very hungry and in need of coffee so we sat there. Once we got coffee and ordered it took a long time to get our food. I do not blame the server it was very busy, however there were two dapper looking managers whose main job was mainly preening while walking thru the restaurant doing absolutely nothing! After eating and waiting for 1/2 an hour for somebody to refill our coffee I was so frustrated, we decided to just get up and leave! We walked out, nobody was the wiser. I went to the hostess explained what had happened, told her I was not going to wait another second, gave her my room number and asked her to send the bill there. I got the bill all right! With a 20% service tip added to it! No apology, no call from one of the two useless managers, nothing! The only good thing I have to say is that all the luggage attendants were wonderful.
Interesting question: Very good location. Very good and close attractions. Clean and nice room. Hotel staff is kind and helpful. However, I was disappointed: we booked a premier room, which was told to be spacy, but actually it was still small, pictures was showing good view , but it's start only from 20+ floors, we had not. The room had no special equipments . The hotel has no wellness at all. I would recommend this hotel, but not expect lot, take a small room and spend your money to New York
"Great location; good restaurant; and smallish rooms"
We are Tablet Plus members so we got a better rate (about $300/night with all fees and taxes), free breakfasts, a bottle of wine, and a room upgrade. We are sure glad we got the latter as we still ended up in a smallish room (even by SOHO standards). The food was VERY good - unusual for a hotel restaurant - but service was iffy. Rooms were spotless. Mainly a young crowd.
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