Business Travel Show Europe Kick Off, 23 February,
Global Travel Risk Summit Europe, April 2023,
3rd Annual Sustainable Business Travel Summit
Morgans Hotel Group has reopened the Mondrian LA, their ”boutique hotel” originally designed by Philippe Starck in 1996.
Designer Benjamin Noriega Ortiz was commissioned to rejuvenate the Sunset Boulevard premises, including the hotel”s Skybar, spa, pool and Asia de Cuba restaurant.
Each of the 237 rooms, studios and suites provide two private number telephone lines with conferencing capability, a fax machine, a computer on request and high-speed wireless internet access.
Also a king bed, flat screen TVs with full cable access, Bose stereo and iPod dock, a kitchen, newspapers and 24-hour room and concierge service.
A room in September starts at US$445 per night. Special offers, dining, spa and parking packages are also available.
Design features of note include floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Boulevard and Downtown LA, bamboo floors and waterfall showers.
The hotel also has a business centre with visual equipment, and meeting spaces including a 510sqft executive boardroom, a gallery with space for 60 people, the 1,500sqft penthouse and the 1,000sqft apartment.
The redesigned 1,700sqft Skybar, 2,600sqft pool area and the Asian-Latino cuisine Asia de Cuba restaurant with capacity for 425 people are also available for special events.
”With the renovation of this property, our first Mondrian, we renew our commitment to the intensity of spirit and the promise of possibility that the Mondrian name represents.”
Built in 1959, the Mondrian LA was originally an apartment building. Morgan”s other LA property, the Mondrian South Beach, is also due open this year.
The Morgans Hotel Group opened its first property, Morgans on Madison Avenue, in 1984, and is credited as the creator of the boutique hotel. They now operate 11 hotels in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Scottsdale, Las Vegas and London.
For more information, visit www.morganshotelgroup.com.
A room with a view: The Mondrian's new Ortiz-designed standard room