Mondrian Hotel at Sea Containers

Just a stone’s throw from the Tate Modern or Borough Market, the modern Mondrian London at Sea Containers is the trendy hotel in Southwark.
His assets: a terrace for fashion people, hip hop lessons, a glamorous tea time and a ‘hall’ with works of art.

And all inspired by the golden age of the ocean liners with the design characteristic of a luxury boat.

The Mondrian London at Sea Containers, a very modern boutique design hotel belonging to the Morgans group, with exclusive sprouts spread all over the world like the mythical Delano of Miami Beach, belonging to the same group.

The “At Sea Containers” refers to the essence of the original building, a sea container, and to the golden age of transatlantic voyages in the 1920s, a period in which the decoration, designed by the Design Research Studio, is inspired by, with touches of the renowned British designer Tom Dixon who turns everything he sees into gold.

His hand is evident as soon as you step into the futuristic and eye-catching hall, with a powerful lighting system made by him (the lamps are his trademark), works of art in the corners (also in the elevator, as photographs), a model of a mega-barge and a reception that could well be successive eyes of an ox of a cabin, which are repeated in the bathroom of the main floor.

The maritime ambience is embedded in the copper-covered wall that welcomes guests, inspired by the hull of a ship and stretches from the outside of the building to the lobby.
And if you look at the façade from the Thames, the Mondrian (with his 12 floors) is reminiscent of a majestic transatlantic liner of yesteryear. Once inside, the corridor leading to the lounge, the At Sea Containers restaurant and the elevators makes you feel like you’re in water mode, with its wavy shape.

The 359 rooms of the Mondrian London Hotel, are divided into standard, superior, luxury, with patio, studios, lofts suites, with balcony and an apartment with river views of 112 square meters with a main suite and a living room on whose table only 16 people can fit.
Practically none of the rooms are the same: it is part of the grace of design.
However, each one could make us believe that we are at a sea altar. But luxury and, above all, design.
The custom furniture is Tom Dixon’s business and is present in all of them.

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At the terrace on the top floor, you will find the Rumpus Room, where the beautiful people of the city gather, reminiscent of the elegant jazz clubs of the 1920s. That’s the music that’s playing.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday there is a dj moment with the Skyline Sessions, while on Wednesdays there is always live music.
He’s on the 12th floor. Do we need to talk about the views?


As for the extra activities at the Mondrian London Hotel, you can stop by the beautiful boutique spa for a full peel or an Ayurvedic massage with water and honey.
Includes facial massage, champagne glass, strawberries, a surprise gift and exclusive use of the spa from 6.30pm to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and from 5pm to 6pm on weekends.
Last proposal: a yoga session at sunset (or sunrise if you’re early in the morning) with one of the best views in London.

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