Mondrian SoHo | New York, USA

Our cab pulled up on Crosby Street just a little after the sun had risen, in front of a building hidden behind a passageway covered by fairy lights and crawling ivy. I gasped with excitement, Mondrian SoHo, a beautifully designed swanky boutique hotel that I'd been dreaming of so fondly. And finally, we arrived.

Inspired by Jean Cocteau's 1946 film “La Belle et la Bête”, I was charmed by the design of this hotel the moment when I set foot inside. Like most things at the Mondrian, our room was coloured in a palette of rich blue and snow white. As much as I loved the look of the room, the views from our room were even more incredible.

The decision is yours, shower in the marble bathroom with a view of the Chrysler Building, or sit on the lounge chair looking over to the Brooklyn Bridge, or perhaps both. And all of these options, are sixteen storeys above the roasted duck and dim sim restaurants in China Town and pizzerias of Little Italy. The hotel also offers Malin + Goetz bath products, an ultra plush bed and opening windows.

Mondrian SoHo, was my fairytale castle in the concrete jungle.

Bunnies' Travel Notes:
Bunnies' Room Number: 1603 – Deluxe King City View
Number of Rooms: 270
Swimming Pool: No
Check in at 3pm, check out at noon
Standard price: $450USD

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