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Mondrian Hotel

8440 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

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Mondrian Hotel, West Hollywood, California
$ 319
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Mondrian Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
Leave it to renegade Ian Schrager - who first made headlines in the '70s with Studio 54, the Manhattan nightclub he started with partner Steve Rubell - to revamp the 48-year-old Mondrian into Hollywood's hottest hotel. Named for the Dutch artist, the swank 238-room Sunset Boulevard haunt is easily i...

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Ian Schrager, famed for his stylish hotels, created this all-white, high-rise, urban resort. Mod, apartment-size accommodations have floor-to-ceiling windows, slipcovered sofas, and marble coffee tables; all have kitchens. Desks and multiline phones could help you be productive, but the happening so...

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This hot spot, whose staying power on the fickle Sunset Strip is impressive, shares the Mondrian hotel's city views with Sky Bar, once the most exclusive nightspot in town. Prices are high but portions are often large enough to share. Signature dishes include a picadillo-style tuna tartare dubbed Tu...

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Theatrical, coveted, sophisticated - this is the kind of place superhotelier Ian Schrager has created from a once-drab apartment building. Working with his regular partner, enfant terrible French designer Philippe Starck (as he successfully did at Miami's Delano and Manhattan properties like the Roy...

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Though not the fanciest hotel in town, it's certainly among the hippest (though the newer-but-not posher Standard is giving it a run for its money). A face-lift in recent years left an almost anonymous quality to the facade watch for the address carefully, or you might easily pass the 30-foot mahoga...

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A luxury hotel like no other in Los Angeles. Renovation by renowned French designer PhilippeStarck. Unique in style and experience. Popular with entertainment / music / and design crowd. Critically acclaimed Asia de Cuba Restaurant and Skybar / one of Los Angeless most exclusive night spots. A visua...

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Location: By uniting a love of nature, the outdoors, and casual living with a profound sense of glamour and fantasy, Mondrian captures the quintessential California lifestyle. . Number of rooms: 238. Room Amenities: Cable TV, Hairdryer, Bathrobes, Cassette player, CD player, Video game console, Coff...

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The Mondrian located directly on Sunset Boulevard; this Ian Schrager Hotel is an elegant masterpiece of modern style featuring an originally designed rooftop swimming pool and water salon featuring panoramic views of the city, mountains and extensively landscaped outdoor garden and picnic areas. The...

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Beige, white, bubble chairs, a log in the lobby, and a concierge table where you hang out and wait for them to come to you. Oh, and the bar with the notoriously strict door policy. You can't get in unless you are 1. a guest, or 2. a megastar. A towering twelve floors on the Sunset Strip, the Mondria...

Nice view, great staff..that´s about it! - user review
I booked 3 days at the Mondrian. The staff was ALWAYS FRIENDLY, everyone from the valet attendants to the people at check in. The rooms are in definite need of a make over (agree with previous postings). Our carpet had stains on the floor, and on our headboard, gross! The sheets are ok (250 thread c...

Don´t believe the hype. - user review
Make no mistake: when you book an ultra expensive room at the Mondrian, you're paying for the name and location only. The rooms themselves are nothing to write home about replete with junky appliances and fixtures, tiny beds and cramped bathrooms (and this was in one of the larger rooms!). Asia de C...

Had a blast! although bathroom could use reno - user review
ok so I stayed at the mondrian 2 weeks ago and HAD A BLAST! I frequent Ian S. hotels so I knew what to expect... the service was excellent & I didn't come across any attitude whatsoever. I had a 1 BR on the 11th floor.. the higher the floor, the better the view, trust me! Try to get a room w. a ...

Used to be a hotspot, now...not so much. - user review
So the BF and I decided to have a romantic getaway for a night. Booked the Little Door for dinner and a room at The Mondrian. Mind you, years ago I booked many a room here for visiting bands and never had a complaint, so I figured it would be an amazing experience. Have to say, I was really disappoi...

Typcial Morgan hotel with the sky bar attached to the side - user review
Yes, the views are great from Sky Bar but the hotel is pretty much the same as being at the Shore Club in Miami or the Delano. I was on the side of Sky Bar and asked to be moved you cannot possibly sleep on a busy night and at $450 a night I would save my money. They were very nice and upgraded me t...

The food was good enough to shower with - user review
Delicious food, great presentation and quite a chic ambiance. The portions, while touted as large, were just right for a n...

If this hotel was $100 a night, I would not be writing this review, but at $375 a night, I had to express my feelings about it. 1. Staff is just terrible, they are not service oriented AT ALL, stuck up 20 somethings who are just interested in getting good tips. 2. Rooms small, musty, with small outd...

Awful, Don´t stay here! It´s a trap. - user review
Motel six is nicer. No Joke! The Mondrian ranks among the worst of the awful hotel experiences in the world. The $450 per night is WAY too much. Go to the Beverly Hills Hotel, The Beverly Regent or The W and you'll get SO much more for less. The bathroom had rusted fixtures, mold on the ceilings and...

SO 90´s - user review
Stayed here in January 06, in a standard king. Great view of Hollywood Hills; great location on Sunset; very attentive staff. Room was spacious, but showing serious signs of aging, stylistically lacing and VERY barebones for a luxury hotel. No satellite TV (couldn't even get ABC), IKEA esque furnitu...

Another Don´t Miss Hotspot - user review
Yes, it's one of THE places to see and be seen, but the food deserves the attention, and price. Portions are indeed sized for sharing an appetizer and an entree are enough for two, so it's not really as expensive as it would first seem. The short ribs were terrific, by the way. Our server was very (...

Favorite hotel - user review
A favorite hotel...

It's ok. - user review
Stayed there for two nights. (2nd floor)Rooms are nice. Not a very good view unless you're higher up. Everything is very expensive. $5 for a can of soda. Work...

The best in the area - user review
The area where the hotel is located is very convenient to most of the hot spots in Los Angeles including the famous House of Blues which is located right acros...

The Total LA Experienxe! - user review
If you're an out of towner looking for the glitz and glam of Hollywood, the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles is the place to stay! The first thing you'll notice ...

Save your money and stay at Motel 6 - user review
The lobby is cool and they're all about style, but the rooms are awful. They need serious updating. The carpets were stained with who knows what. I've been in Motel 6 room...

Lovely Sky Bar - user review
I spend every now and then time in Mondrian's Sky Bar with my friends, and I just love the atmosphere there. It is a laid-back place and really one of the nicest sky bars wher...

decent drinks...but serious l.a. scene - user review
the mondrian sky bar has great drinks, but is really high on the l.a. cheese factor in regards to the overall feel. if you are into wanna-be/trendy, this place is for you. the po...

I want to live in it - user review
I loved this place because everything is extreemly clean and the service was 100% 24/7. The food in the restaurant tasted amazing and the skybar is alot of fun. Alot of interrestin...

Luxary at a price - user review
This is a very upscale Hotel located directly on Sunset Blvd. It is close to the House of Blues and across from the Hyatt Hotel that houses the CHI bar owened by Justin Timberlake...

Nothing extraordinary - user review
Maybe boutique hotels are not my thing because I was more impressed with the Hyatt across the street or Best Western a few doors down. The first impression is favorable --- the tra...

Over-rated - user review
I only stayed at the Mondrian for 1 night, and I thought it was over-rated. The suite I got was nice, but extremely small compared to most suites I am used to. Needless to say, I was a...

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