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11 Dec. 2013

Where did you sleep last night?

Review – Mondrian Soho Hotel, 9 Crosby Street, New York, NY

Mondrian Soho bed pillowOne of the best night’s sleep away from home in quite a while; the bed envelopes you and before you know it, you’re fast asleep.


Typically, when traveling from California to New York (usually at the end of a work week), I take the redeye, thus, an early morning arrival means an early check in, when possible.

Further, a mid to late morning nap is essential, especially after a long work week.


What I tend to notice first are amenities and body care products; to my delight, my room was supplied with Malin + Goetz toiletries.  Their Rum Bar Soap is intoxicatingly enjoyable.


Arriving on a cold Saturday morning, my room wasn’t ready so I sauntered about the hotel, touring

Outside view from my hotel room

Outside view from my hotel room

briefly, as this was my first stay at the Mondrian Soho.  Developing an appetite, I decided to have breakfast in the hotel restaurant, Isola.


Address – Accommodations in this trendy Soho District offered a reflection on the city’s younger set, sprinkled with middle-agers


Bed – slept like a baby

Character – modern to trendy; spacious holding areas and lounges; was told by a guest that Bono was expected to be in house for a private affair

Chandelier in Isola Restaurant

Chandelier in Isola Restaurant




Décor – spectacular exterior arched entryway covered in foliage; blue and white color scheme less appealing, gorgeous restaurant enclosed in glass and wood with high ceiling providing an abundance of natural light




Efficiency – the staff, both hotel and restaurant were courteous, professional, timely, and willing to accommodate all travelers I observed. Impressed by efficient use of small room space, adequately providing most necessities, though no in-room slippers.

Mondrian Soho fruit, yogurt & honey

Food – high marks for presentation, creativity and taste

About the author

Sandra Varner has had her hands on the pulse of the entertainment industry and lifestyles coverage for decades, staying current, always.


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