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Mondrian

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • pool, spa, and nighttime social scene mean never having to leave the property

    Cons

  • $32 per night valet parking only
  • late-night party scene
  • inflated prices

Mondrian Review

A city club attitude pervades at the spendy Mondrian. Socializing begins in the lobby bar and lounge, extends through the all-white Asia de Cuba restaurant, and then moves out onto the sparkly patio to the divans surrounding the pool. Hotel guests gain access to the Sky Bar—still a scene most weekend nights. Designer Benjamin Noriega completely redid the rooms, adding bamboo floors and an oversize mirror that swivels to reveal a flat-screen TV. Bathrooms have a convenient wall of hooks, pocket door, and rain showerhead. Sheer curtains hide the closet. Windows are now double-paned for quiet—a good thing as street noise from Sunset Boulevard is constant to the north and the pool and Sky Bar echo with party people year-round to the south.

    Hotel Details

  • 54 rooms, 183 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-10-2011

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