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
"Amazing View! Very Romantic! Phenomenal Service!"
I booked the Premium Queen Room for my anniversary which is absolute stunning. I was on the 24th floor with the most amazing view of the Empire State and the Chrysler building. I truly wanted to make this a wonderful experience for my boyfriend and I. I contacted Rachel Soleil at Nomo Soho who was able to turn my vision to everything I had hope for and more. Adding beautiful roses peddles on the bed, on tables, and in the shower, absolutely breath taking. It was a nice getaway. I can't wait to stay there again!
"Location, location, location"
Absolutely loved staying at this hotel in Soho - a great location near the subway as well as being able to walk to a number of other areas. The bed was super comfy, the room was clean and the hotel pretty trendy. The rooms are small, especially with two people, but I guess that is NYC. My only criticism is that the front desk staff are not very friendly - perhaps a bit too cool! We ate at the restaurant once and ordered pasta, which was delicious but pricey and small serves. Our stay was very comfortable and the location was perfect for us.
"Right in the heart of the city"
Loved our stay here. It was small but perfect. The views out over the city were fantastic, I could lie on my bed and watch the day turn to night and the lights slowly come on. The small work space was good for me. The crisp while bed was fab, the decoration pale blues and whites and the overall vibe was chilled urban. We could get anywhere from this location. Would I stay again' ABSOLUTELY.
OK, I don't get it. I had a nice, comfortable stay but would never waste my money here again. Do people stay here just to say that they stayed here'! - I had a corner room. 15th floor- Pros: Wonderful location Amazing views Beautiful decor Cons: The first floor, the elevators, the lobby, every inch of this hotel has a strong, HORRIBLE perfume, flowery smell. It's as if though they lit every single candle at once. It's quite offensive and gave my husband and I a terrible headache. No bathrobe, no slippers. I feel like for $460 a night, I should have a bathrobe. The rooms are small. I LOVE small NYC rooms. But if you are staying here with someone else, you cant even turn on a light without bothering them. I mean cramped! My husband wanted to sleep in and I couldn't use the bathroom, brush my teeth or get dressed without waking him. Honestly, for $460 a night (and I got upgraded so I would hate to know what room I would of had), I was annoyed with myself that I stayed here. Besides the decor, there was nothing that special about this property. Kind of wish I could go back and find a better hotel.
"Work visit made very enjoyable"
I stayed at this hotel for the best part of a week during a recent work trip to NYC. The hotel is very comfortable with really good communal space. It is really well located for Soho and downtown. My room was comfortable, the bed was big and gave me a great night's sleep. The bathroom was a bit 'crammed in' to the room and I would have expected a bath in a deluxe room. Also the marble floors were really cold in January and there were no slippers in the room. The staff were really helpful, the concierge and the reception staff being especially keen to help. I found the restaurant staff were a bit 'affected' and let the hotel down a bit. I also found the hotel restaurant prices eye-watering and not 'value' at all. With the brand new Bleekman hotel open for business just down the road, this hotel needs to keep on its toes so there are easy things that can be improved upon. That said, I spent a very content week here and would return if I was in the area again.
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