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One of only two hotels right on Biscayne Bay (the other is the Standard), rooms at Mondrian South Beach are coveted by guests wanting a stellar view. Full review →
Fontainebleau and now Morgan’s Hotel Group brings their sexy, successful brand to mellow, tree-shaded, 90%-residential West Avenue.
With a fairy tale–inspired design by Dutch superstar Marcel Wanders, the Mondrian is a sexy outpost of manufactured South Beach hipness.
Despite its name, this 335-room hotel on West Avenue is several blocks from the South Beach melee. Full review →
The "wow" factor is ubiquitous throughout Wanders's eccentric vision of Sleeping Beauty's castle near the shores of South Beach. Full review →
Much to everyone's surprise, the latest offering from the Morgans Hotel Group of Delano fame isn't just another humdrum, been-there-done-that homage to all things painfully trendy. Full review →
This member of the trendy Morgans Hotel Group provides the perfect balance of location, luxury and lifestyle amenities for business travelers, socialites and families alike. Full review →
A waking dream of South Beach whimsy with a mod American brasserie, spa, marina and pool. Full review →
Morgan Hotel Group hired Dutch design star Marcel Wanders... to basically crank it up to 11 at the Mondrian. Full review →
Its impeccable service, kitchen-equipped rooms, and notable after-parties at the Sunset Lounge draw well-heeled singles. Full review →
Much like its sibling Delano, Mondrian South Beach puts style and ambience at the forefront of any guest experience. Full review →
With a unique location overlooking Biscayne Bay on the west side of South Beach, the Mondrian is a stylish boutique hotel. Full review →
Set apart from the teeming ocean side of South Beach, the Mondrian holds a plum spot on the isle’s opposite shore along Biscayne Bay, with views of the glass towers of downtown. Full review →
A "desirable", "posh" clientele indulge in "cool", "sophisticated" luxury at this "trendy" space designed by Marcel Wanders.