Mondrian Soho a New, New York Hotel Classic
The long-awaited Mondrian SoHo hotel is open for business.
Designed by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz and inspired by Jean Cocteau’s “La Belle et la Bête,” the 270-room hotel replaced the former Chinatown Dialysis Center at 9 Crosby Street between Grand and Howard Streets.
Outside the hotel is a garden with a glass roof and a collection of crystal chandeliers, which will soon house the hotel’s restaurant, Imperial No. Nine, according to the hotel’s website. The sustainable seafood restaurant, featuring cuisine by former “Top Chef” Sam Talbot, is set to open March 1, the website said.
The hotel is also home to Mister H, a new bar from Armin Amiri, of Bungalow 8