This boutique hotel is tucked away on Soho’s chic Crosby Street, amidst a canopy of twinkling trees. Whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend away or a swanky staycation — this is the place to be!
Trying to pick a hotel in NYC is like shopping on Fifth Avenue, so many amazing options but hard to choose just one! Luckily, HollywoodLife.com stayed at one of the most unbelievable hotels in New York and we want to tell you all about it.
First of all, you’ve never seen such a swanky hotel. When you walk up to the Mondrian SoHo, it’s something straight out of a storybook. The hotel was inspired by Jean Cocteau‘s 1946 film La Belle et la Bête — yes, the Beauty and the Beast! The oversized chairs and eclectic furniture in the lobby scream fantasy and it’s even more evident in the hotel’s delicious Imperial No. 9 restaurant located on the first level of the Mondrian.
But the entire hotel isn’t just dimly lit with A-list celebrities chatting about. Once you take the elevators up to one of the hotel’s 270 rooms, it’s a bright delight with amazing views of NYC’s gorgeous skyline. The hotel has three penthouse suites and we were able to stay in one of them!
The floor to ceiling windows (even in your shower) remind you why New York is so spectacular. The hotel towers over the bustling streets, and allows you to absorb the magnificence of the city. The suite is decorated in crisp blues and whites that give it a very Mediterranean feel.
The room has perks like flat-screen TVs, and an iPod which let guests order room service and browse other hotel amenities, without picking up the phone — so awesome!
Morgans Hotel Group brought this hotel to NYC after it’s success in Los Angeles and Miami and they’ve done it once again. The location of the hotel is next to trendy boutiques which give you a chance to explore the gem that is Soho. But if you’re looking to stay inside, the hotel has its own gym, a super swanky bar/club called Mister H, and of course the glamorous Imperial No. 9.
So the next time you’re looking for a place to stay, try the Mondrian SoHo, you’ll never want to leave!
9 Crosby Street
— Chloe Melas