- View all PhotosMondrian Los Angeles, A Morgans OriginalWest Hollywood, CA4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassYou have to like staying in hip and funky accommodations for the Mondrian Los Angeles to appeal to you. And this is probably why guests offer such differing opinions on this West Hollywood boutique hotel. There are just as many people to bemoan the loud nights and too-cute (but uncomfortable) furniture as there are to praise the hotel's chic amenities and the trendy, lively atmosphere of the Skybar (which does have soundproof windows to cut down on the noise). On the plus side, all 236 rooms of this hotel have a pretty good view of Los Angeles' city lights, not to mention flat-screen TVs and MALIN+GOETZ toiletries. For more skyline views, head to the outdoor pool. Make sure to stop by the Mondrian's restaurant, Ivory on Sunset, is helmed by celebrity chef Brian Malarkey.
- View all PhotosMondrian Park Avenue, A Morgans OriginalNew York City, NY0.4 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
Mondrian Park Avenue, A Morgans Original is a 4.5 star hotel located at 444 Park Ave S in New York City. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 646 reviews.
- View all PhotosThe Clift Royal Sonesta HotelSan Francisco, CA0.9 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThis trendy hotel enjoys a central location that guests love, merely two blocks west of Union Square. This property certainly has the "wow" factor: The Clift's decor is best described as a mish-mash of styles, with vastly differing furnishings and artwork contrasting so heavily that it works. But guests have mixed feelings – like any work of art, you either love it or you hate it. Some travelers describe the Clift as tasteful and hip, while others feel that it's too swanky for its own good and that the high room rates are a direct result. The guest rooms are much more demure, dressed in purple and cream hues and outfitted with, flat-screen TVs, honor bars and Bose sound systems. (The hotel also provides in-room spa treatments and 24-hour room service.) Should guests prefer to embrace the hotel's sense of style, consider doing so with a drink in hand at the Redwood Room.
- View all PhotosHudson New York, A Morgans OriginalNew York, NY1.3 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThe stylish Hudson New York is perfect for trendy travelers looking for an eccentric place to hang their hat. The hotel's gorgeous Sky Terrace roof garden, which features sweeping views overlooking the New York City skyline and the Hudson River, earns high marks from recent visitors. Visitors also praise the sleek, but compact accommodations adorned with luxurious extras, such as MALIN+GOETZ toiletries, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations and Wi-Fi access (for a fee). However, some previous visitors said the lacking customer service could stand to improve. Still, the hotel's enviable midtown location on West 58th Street as well as its versatile amenities – a cozy Library Bar and fitness center – consistently win over travelers.
- View all PhotosMondrian South Beach, A Morgans OriginalMiami Beach, FL$34 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$34 Nightly Resort Fee
The Mondrian South Beach faces Biscayne Bay as opposed to the Atlantic Ocean. And as such, it largely misses out on some of the hectic atmosphere associated with the South Beach shore. But this is an infinite plus to this hotel's faithful guests and a pleasant surprise for recent first-timers. From the eye-catching design (by industrial design genius Marcel Wanders) to the relaxing pool, many recent guests were impressed with the Mondrian South Beach's swanky decor and contemporary furnishings. Guest rooms and suites are decked out in black and white hues and come equipped with 42-inch plasma-screen TVs, rainfall showers and GUYandGIRL bath products. Meanwhile, Mondrian Caffé serves American fare with a Florida twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner. But one of the top attributes of this hotel is the incredible staff who go out of their way to make guests' stays enjoyable and comfortable. Keep in mind, though, that the property charges a daily resort fee of $34.
- View all PhotosDelano South Beach, A Morgans OriginalMiami Beach, FL$40 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$40 Nightly Resort Fee
There are few hotels in South Beach that are more renowned than this one. This Collins Avenue hotel started it all; it's the property that made Miami Beach, Florida, hotels places to be seen, not just places to stay. Luckily, travelers say that you will get a first-class lodging experience here as well. The stark white-on-white guest rooms might be hip (albeit slightly dated, according to some reviewers), but they're also comfortable thanks to amenities like 300-thread-count linens, Ciel Reserve bath products and showers with rainfall heads. And the pool might be swanky, but it's also still a good place for swimming. On the other hand, most of the people who like the Delano South Beach knew what they were in for before they arrived – plenty of party time, plenty of glamour and glitz and plenty of cash shelled out once the final room bill comes. Keep in mind that there are many hotels in Miami Beach that are more affordable and more relaxing. But if you are into "the scene," then you can't miss Delano South Beach stops like the Rose Bar. The Delano also houses three restaurants: Leynia serves Argentinian food, UMI Sushi and Sake Bar showcases innovative sushi dishes and the Delano Beach Club offers casual bites by the pool and beach.
- View all PhotosRoyalton New YorkNew York, NY0.5 miles to city center$34.42 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$34.42 Nightly Resort FeeThe Royalton, perched in midtown Manhattan just a few blocks away from Bryant Park, is best known for its sophisticated lobby and luxurious bathrooms and beds. Accommodations feature bold blue accents, lavish MALIN+GOETZ toiletries, spacious work areas and flat-screen high-definition TVs. Should you decide to stray from your digs, you'll find this stylish hotel boasts a few other unique features, including a 24-hour fitness center and tasty cocktails and entrees served at the in-house lounge, Forty Four. Recent guests particularly suggest staying at this Morgans Group hotel if you're looking for an urban oasis within earshot of major attractions, but still removed from the hustle and bustle of the city streets. Because of its Preferred Hotels and Resorts ties, I Prefer rewards members can earn and redeem points at this location.
- View all PhotosShore Club South Beach, A Morgans OriginalMiami Beach, FL$34 Nightly Resort Fee4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class$34 Nightly Resort Fee
The Shore Club South Beach is the go-to hotel for many frequent Miami Beach visitors. The resplendent rooftop spa is certainly a one-of-a-kind setting, the hip Skybar is a fun environment (decked out in vibrant red and orange hues), and the on-site Terrazza restaurant offers top-notch Italian fare in a casual indoor-outdoor venue. But still, there are some visitors who say that this is one of those South Beach properties that is just too-cool-for-school but not down-to-earth enough to excel at the basics. According to some, the rooms appear dated despite the bright decor, rain showers and MALIN+GOETZ bath products. Still, guests say that the customer service here is truly excellent, especially the attentive beach staff. And with its perfect placement along Collins Avenue, the Shore Club South Beach can boast that many of its rooms provide an ocean view. Plus, the two bungalow-strewn infinity pools are some of the prettiest in all of South Beach.
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