Mondrian Hotels reveals details of significant global expansion

Mondrian Singapore. Image © Ennismore
The hotel brand is heightening its global presence with a series of openings now on track for the coming years. Four new properties are scheduled to open in 2023.

This significant expansion news follows the December 2022 opening of Mondrian Mexico City Condesa and March 2023 debut of Mondrian Cannes.

Global growth

Mondrian Hotels has announced its plans to open four new hotels over the coming year, followed by another two in 2024 and eight in 2025 and beyond. This year’s debuts will see Mondrian make a mark in Singapore, Ibiza, Hong Kong and Bordeaux.

Beyond 2023, new Mondrian properties comprising both hotel and branded residential components are to enter Australia’s Gold Coast, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh and Tulum. Mondrian Gold Coast and Mondrian Abu Dhabi – the brand’s first project in the United Arab Emirates – are to open in 2024.

Mondrian Tulum Hotel & Residences is scheduled for 2025 debut and Mondrian Riyadh is due to open in 2026, marking the brand’s debut in Saudi Arabia. These new properties join existing Mondrian hotels in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, London, Doha, Seoul, Cannes and Mexico City.

Each new property will reflect the brand’s DNA, which is rooted in art, design and culture. Guests can expect ground-breaking interiors along with art installations and inventive culinary experiences, with visionary collaborators and progressive programming further setting each one apart. Through the expansion, the brand will lean into its future-facing ethos, fusing technology and culture.

Debuts for 2023

Of this year’s openings, Mondrian Singapore Duxton debuts in June with 302 rooms and suites taking inspiration from traditional Singaporean architecture, a cinematic rooftop pool and eclectic collection of restaurants and bars in a neighbourhood known for its cafes, restaurants, bars, galleries and independent boutiques.

Summer 2023 will see the opening of Mondrian Ibiza, which overlooks the scenic bay of Cala Llonga. The hotel’s 154 spacious guest rooms will be joined by exciting public spaces including a terrace with VIP fire pits and bay views, two feature pools and a culinary offering including NIKO, The Perq and Sun & Moon.

Mondrian Bordeaux is then on track to opening in early autumn. Built around a 19th century building, this property will house 97 elegant guest rooms, a spa, elevated restaurant and bar lounge, as well as an open-air terrace.

In the third quarter of 2023, these new properties will also be joined by Mondrian Hong Kong – the first Mondrian hotel in Greater China – in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon. This property will feature 324 guest rooms, including 12 two bay suites, with views over Victoria Harbour, along with public spaces including the 39th-floor Carna by Dario Cecchini contemporary steakhouse.