The original Mondrian Hotel is located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. The structure was built in 1959 as an apartment building. It was later renovated and reopened as the Mondrian Hotel Los Angeles under the direction of iconic designer Ian Schrager and owner Morgans Hotel Group in 1996. The Mondrian Los Angeles is well known for its restaurant Asia de Cuba, run by New York-based restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, as well as Skybar, its bar and lounge.
In April 2011, Morgans Hotel Group reached a deal to sell the Mondrian Los Angeles to Pebblebrook Hotel Trust for $137 million. Morgans Hotel Group will continue to manage the hotel under a 20 year agreement.
Mondrian South Beach
In 2008, Morgans Hotel Group opened a new Mondrian in Miami Beach, Florida. The South Beach location contains hotel residences, a spa, and the Sunset Lounge. Like the original Mondrian in Los Angeles, the Mondrian South... Read More