Morgans Hotel Group
Style. Luxury. Value.
Since opening the first boutique hotel in 1984, Morgans Hotel Group offers guests authentic, immersive experiences in major gateway cities and select resort markets around the world, including Boston, London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and South Beach.
Featuring original design aesthetics, innovative food and beverage concepts, and engaging experiences, each unique hotel is designed to create a dynamic atmosphere for guests. Plan your summer stay at any of these exclusive hotels—available at excellent rates on Hotels.com.
Located in the heart of South Beach and directly on the ocean, Delano is the ultimate world-class urban resort hotel and self-contained destination. Nine beautifully conceived areas are each distinct in form and function, yet together create the feel of an interwoven village where guests can find both a wealth of activity and a peaceful haven. Philippe Starck has assembled a stunning international collection of furniture and objects, including works from such renowned artists as Antonio Gaudi, Man Ray, Charles and Ray Eames, Salvador Dali and Mark Newson.
Designed by famed British architect David Chipperfield, with landscaping inspired by the rich Matisse-like palette of the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech, Shore Club shimmers with intrigue and sensuality. The hotel leads South Beach’s social scene with Sunday pool parties, headlining acts at Red Room and late night gatherings. The vibrant atmosphere in the landmarked Art Deco lobby leads to a labyrinth of gardens, where secret passageways, alcoves and a succession of outdoor 'rooms' conspire to create an atmosphere of unexpected encounters and close interaction.
Located on newly-fashionable West Avenue, Mondrian is a quiet enclave just minutes from the bustling center of South Beach, offering spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and downtown Miami. The visionary style of designer Marcel Wanders is apparent from the moment you pull into the porte-cochere: guests walk through a grand entryway appointed with custom-designed furniture, lighting and accent pieces, evoking Wanders’ design homage of “Sleeping Beauty’s Castle”.
Urban adventure, daredevil design, and true affordability meet in Hudson, the ultimate lifestyle hotel for the 21st century. Located in midtown, just steps from Central Park, Columbus Circle, and the theater district, Hudson is a brilliant reflection of the boldness and diversity of the city, while simultaneously representing the next generation of Cheap Chic—stylish, democratic, young at heart, and utterly cool.
Morgans is the hotel that changed all the rules. From the moment it opened its doors on Madison Avenue, it startled the world with a convention-shattering attitude and distinctive design sensibility. This grand experiment in style was first concocted by legendary designer Andrée Putman, then again in 2008, when she unveiled a new vision for Morgans. Her powerful reinterpretation of the first “boutique hotel” propels Morgans’ style and spirit forward without changing its unique character.
In 2007, Royalton proudly re-opened its doors onto midtown Manhattan, re-thought, re-imagined, but still an icon. Morgans commissioned Roman and Williams, the New York design firm, to re-create Royalton’s legendary lobby as a crossroads for international travelers and the New York elite. The design—simultaneously sophisticated and complex—juxtaposes an icy cast-glass vestibule and brutalist steel and brass furnishings with soft suede upholstery, thick leather walls, and hide-covered chairs to create a dark, sexy, and luxurious space.
With the opening of the latest addition to its eminent Mondrian brand, Morgans Hotel Group enchants guests with yet another innovative vision by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz, inspired by Jean Cocteau’s cinematic interpretation of the tale of “La Belle et la Bête”. With Mondrian’s design, Noriega awakens the imagination and invites guests into a fantasy that offers an escape. The hotel boasts a mesmerizing ambiance that captures the sparkling charm and romance of New York, Imperial No. Nine—a modern sustainable seafood restaurant, Mister H—an intimate downtown nightlife concept, and guestrooms with stunning views wrapping around the island of Manhattan.
Ames Hotel, located in the beautiful and historic Ames building, inspires both modern style and old-world sophistication. An experience rich with elegant interpretations, complemented by innovative new design, Ames Hotel brings Boston and its visitors the dynamic experience for which Morgans is known. Ideally located near historic Faneuil Hall and Beacon Hill, the 114-room Boston hotel has a vibrant restaurant and bar offering an atmosphere that is at once refined and playful, a state-of-the art fitness center, and suites accented by dramatic, Romanesque arched windows and original fireplaces.
Experience a bold new Mondrian in the heart of West Hollywood, rejuvenated by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. This new incarnation of one of the original luxury boutique hotels draws its inspiration from the serene coastal landscapes of Southern California and captures everything the Sunset Strip stands for—excitement, invincibility, and glamour. Entering Mondrian through its signature, thirty-foot mahogany doors, guests are bathed in a sensuous daylight that highlights the creamy whites and warm marigold palette of the entryway. Day becomes night and reality becomes fantasy as Noriega-Ortiz invites the imagination down the proverbial rabbit hole.
An inspired fusion of old-world hotel elegance with distinctly contemporary energy and glamour, the nearly century-old Clift’s modern and daring sense of diversity perfectly captures the city’s spirit. Steps from Union Square shopping and the legendary Nob Hill, Clift is perfectly located for sightseeing, shopping, and socializing. Designed by Philippe Starck, the soaring lobby contains one of the most eclectic furniture collections in all of California. The thrilling monumental scale and fantastical furnishings create a dream-like composition that is the cornerstone of Clift’s magic.
A lavish "Urban Spa" in the heart of London’s West End, Sanderson offers a retreat from the bustle of the city into a world of fantasy and wellbeing. The landmarked 50s building has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a surreal Cocteau-like dream world, epitomizing a “new luxury” that is smart, pared down, and tempered with a healthy dose of wit and irony. With the absence of “normal” walls and a floor-to-ceiling glass facade that diffuses natural light through flowing layers of ethereal sheer curtains, Sanderson’s indoor/outdoor lobby is a layered and sophisticated environment that is totally original. The result blends wit, magic and surprise in an elegant balancing act of extravagance and pure simplicity.
From its dazzling location at the hub of Covent Garden, West End theatres, and Trafalgar Square, St Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty, and sophisticated, Philippe Starck’s design is a brilliant collision of influences—from the modern to the baroque—that suffuses the hotel with energy, vitality and magic. From its acid-etched, double-height yellow glass facade to its unpredictable plays on vivid color to the dramatic series of columns that appear as shining towers, St Martins Lane’s lobby is a triumph of color and light.