Mondrian Park Avenue
What We Love
- Live acoustic guitar and Latin jazz at the cocktail bar
- Walk-in rain showers in all guest rooms
- Statement art by Parisian painter, Ara Starck (her father, Philippe, designed the interiors)
- Innovative Middle-Eastern and European fusion at the hotel’s all-day dining room, Cleo
What To Know
- Though there is no fitness center onsite, the hotel offers complimentary access to a full-service neighborhood gym
- Some of the room types feature their own sitting areas
- You’re just a two-minute walk from the nearest subway station
- The hotel’s exclusive nightclub is accessible through an unmarked door on 30th street
- Free WiFi
- Room Service
Eclectic Philippe Starck–designed refuge in the heart of NoMad, with a Mediterranean fusion restaurant, a subterranean nightclub, and a slick rooftop bar
Named after a famed Dutch abstract painter, the rapidly expanding Mondrian brand has always prioritized glamour—which explains the swanky, marble-splashed foyer at its Manhattan edition, a dramatic spread of city-inspired murals and coal-colored benches. That boldness extends to Cleo, the hotel’s tile-laden Mediterranean fusion restaurant, where executive chef Daniel Elmaleh’s Moroccan lamb, saffron chicken, and meatball shakshoukas arrive in vibrant hand-painted tagines. Another hallmark of the prolific hospitality company: an unabashed see-and-be-seen vibe, which guests will find at Fifteen Stories, a sophisticated rooftop lounge serving artisanal cocktails, freshly fired flatbreads, and views of the downtown skyline to a buzzy after-work crowd. The mood is a little more hush-hush at Never Never, the hotel’s subterranean nightclub, where you’ll find Art Deco drink trolleys, upturned lamps, and cushy Chesterfields. Guest rooms, a sultry escape dressed in faux-bois carpeting and woven leather furnishings, is the ultimate metropolitan oasis.
In the Area
Just blocks from the Empire State Building, this handsome hotel (which was once a 1920s-era office) straddles an especially envy-inducing corner of Manhattan, North of Madison Park (or NoMad, in real estate speak). Nearby, there’s Eataly, a 50,000 square-foot Italian culinary nirvana; designer Rei Kawakubo’s high-fashion wonderland Dover Street Market; and the famed Rizzoli Bookstore, a cavernous literary institution in a historic townhouse. For exploring the city’s more far-flung corners, there are CitiBikes—there’s usually a rentable fleet by Madison Square Park, just steps from the hotel—or any of the three nearby subway stations.
How to Get There
It's a nice hotel ,the staff is very nice as well . clean and in good location for business, however extremely expensive for what you get. no gym (they have a deal with external provider) , no pool , no breakfast and they are charging you "resort fee" ... why? for the internet that you would expect to get for free from an hotel that respect itself….
rooms are clean but nothing special. the only good thing is a hotel car that can take you up to 15 blocks for free (based on availability) all in all , not worth the money for or what you get my opinion .
Hi, Just wanted to share my thoughts about this great hotel. We stayed in Room 1608. It had a great view of the Empire state Building and was so quiet! Ample room with a large bright white shower and a great bed and crisp clean white sheets. Huge TV! The 2 bests things about this hotel is that it offered a car service within a 15 block radius of the hotel, this was especially great on the first morning when you don't even have your bearings yet, no wasted time going to see your first attraction! Also, the hotel provided a cell phone(HANDY PHONE) to use during your stay , This was especially great coming from Canada where we have to purchase data. Not needed this time, as the phone provided google map service , cell service and all the apps needed to stay in touch with loved ones back home. Free coffee every morning and bottled water was available at the front desk whenever we asked, free of charge. friendly bell boys always available to hail a cab and open the door. Great location 1-2 min to the subway station. Quick elevator service , the hotel had a nice smell and the hallways were always warm! Included was free wifi thruout the hotel.
We stayed here for 2 days after 2 weeks in a downtown hotel.
We have been in a number of boutique hotels around the world and wanted to try the nyc experience too.
It was a letdown as room was average with view on a dark building, lobby weird and tiny, free coffee was Americano only, smart TV crashed often.
We were charged $35/night for a mandatory resort fee including access to the gym (that we didn’t want) and internet access (!?).
Free car available to take you to within 15 blocks distance but not available in weekends and only mon-fri 9am-5pm (!!).
Smartphone included in the price was useful for internet access when around the city.
Stayed 10 days each side of thanksgiving. The WiFi was down for 4 days for chrome cast. The beef burger in room service actually lamb... the team all say “it should be”. Well in customer service you should know. It’s symptomatic of the manager who is still yet to return my message - although as I was informed when I checked out. The manager “should” call you today. That was 6 days after my email. It’s now 16...
There is so much choice of hotels in the area. I stay every other week in one. But this trial was unsuccessful. Back to the edition and royalton for me and my company!! Just takes no time to actually respond. Disappointed!!!
I have been working with Esther at Mondrian for year now...hard to imagine using any other property in NY. Excellent service, amazingly clean...koudos to housekeeping...and I cannot say enough about the level of service and professionalism one gets when working with Esther. The hotel is in a prime spot and always delivers a top notch experience.