Mondrian Park Avenue
Mondrian Park Avenue Opens Today In Manhattan's Buzzing NoMad Neighborhood
Now open – 189 Rooms
Originally constructed in 1918 as a 15-story office building, five floors were added during the hotel conversion elevating the property to a 20-story hotel. Initially conceived as an SLS designed by Philippe Starck, Mondrian Park Avenue is a vibrant character, much like its namesake Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian. The 189-key hotel boasts stylish and contemporary guestrooms and suites, which have been designed to maximize comfort and convenience with plush bedding and spacious bathrooms, as well as neutral woven leather furnishings and floating desks for a versatile work and play environment. The premier 1,300-square-foot Piet Suite offers the look and feel of a modern Manhattanresidence with two bedrooms, a separate living room and dining area, wet bar, spacious private balconies, and other luxury amenities.