Dazzling the London hotel scene when it first opened its doors last September, the Mondrian London has become a welcome addition to London’s iconic South Bank. The creative direction of visionary Tom Dixon has shaped its iconic style, and designed by Design Research Studio under him the hotel boasts 359 guest-rooms and suites, stunning riverside views, two exciting new bars, an expansive restaurant with private dining rooms, a maritime inspired 56-seat cinema and an exciting new spa concept.
The first Mondrian branded hotel by Morgans Hotel Group outside the United States it embraces the building’s heritage by showcasing a number of unique nautical features. A handcrafted copper hull sweeps from the entrance through to the lobby into the heart of the hotel, and the restaurant headed up by New York’s Seamus Mullen is named Sea Containers.
Launching a rooftop bar, the Rumpus Room, which offers more stunning views and Dandelyan, a season cocktail bar, Mondrian London is providing welcome additions to the eclectic South Bank scene. Dandelyan serves both innovative cocktails and refined classics across its sumptuous green marble bar against the backdrop of dramatic Thames views.
Making the most of the hotel’s unique location, several of the design-led rooms and suites showcases the river and city views. Dixon has utilised the golden age of transatlantic ship travel as a departure point and ocean liner cabins as his inspiration for the design. Each room is well-thought-out, and he has incorporated his signature metallic and brass touches throughout.
There are several room options to choose from including the spectacular River View Balcony Suite. One of the most sought-after accommodations in London, it boasts an unparalleled panoramic view of the city from the fully furnished private balcony overlooking the skyline. The suite’s open plan layout features a spacious bedroom, dining table and living area, with both custom-designed furnishings and classic such as Tom Dixon’s signature wingback chair. An oversized bathroom including a free standing bath and rainfall shower as well as a guest cloakroom complete the facilities.
The hotel also features the agua Bathhouse & Spa at Mondrian London, a bold new spa playground concept, and a 56-seat screening room is also on site at Mondrian London, available to book for events during the week. At the weekends Curzon take over the space and take charge of programming to show the latest leading arthouse cinematic hits for guests and the public to enjoy.
Situated on the ground floor is the Lazarides Editions gallery, which presents a stimulating schedule of exclusive artist book launches, bespoke exhibitions, and independent screenings in addition to a revolving curation of notable print editions. The unique features and forward-thinking design style of the Mondrian London all come together to create more than just a hotel, it is a cultural hub of ideas & style and a great place to stay when visiting the city.
Room rates start at £195 per night, to book a stay or find out more information about the different event head to the Mondrian London website.