Learn all about the The NoMad Hotel New York!
Situated in an emerging neighborhood, the NoMad Hotel New York is an upscale-bohemian style property that displays Jacques Garcia’s Parisian-inspired design wonderfully. On top the design, this hotel hosts Michelin-starred cuisine and award-winning drinks.
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As many beautifully classic hotels are situated, the NoMad is also housed in the 1903 Beaux-Arts building and styled by French designer Jacques Garcia. The characteristics that would be describe the interior of this design would be Moody, elegant and mysterious. This comes from the fact that the property is styled with bohemian-chic interiors with Persian rugs, plush fabrics and pleated sconces.
Additionally, the NoMad Hotel has LEED certification (gold level) for eco-friendliness.
All 168 guestrooms at The NoMad are designed by Jacques Garcia. They were designed to feel like a Parisian flat, rather than a normal hotel room. Accompanied by framed custom art, throw blankets, Mahogany writing desks and vintage rugs, your room will feel even more homey that it already is.
A gem in the hotel is the Atelier Room because it features Bellino linens, reclaimed maple hardwood floors, Frette robes and slippers and Argan bath amenities. Also, their freestanding, clawfoot bathtub next to the window is to die for.
As the pictures shows the beauty that The Library in the NoMad has, it comes with a beautiful wood-paneled space spanning two levels and filled with actual books. Nothing beats an afternoon here with a cup of tea or coffee.
There’s also a 24-hour fitness center, around-the-clock room service and complimentary iPads and laptops upon request.
Food & Drink
For all the foodies out there, the lobby itself has five individual, yet connected, dining and drinking rooms. The food, under the leadership of Executive Chef Mike Reilly, has even earned them a Michelin star for the “kitchen’s ability to turn the ordinary into the sublime.” As for the dining room, it is led by Kal Nemieboka and award-winning sommelier Thomas Pastuszak. Even their drinking progam is led by another award-winning mixologist Leo Robitschek, who has a passion for classic cocktails with a whimsical twist.
Finally, the Atrium at the NoMad offers a more airy and sunlit approach to dining with breakfast, lunch, dinner and 24-hour room service. The Parlour comes with a stately, wood-paneled room has an inviting, open hearth where the kitchen is seen preparing fresh breads and seasonal specialties. The NoMad Bar is a warm space, much like that of a classic NYC tavern, while The Elephant Bar is a balanced mix of elegant lounge and spirited club. And then there’s The Library (mentioned previously) where we enjoyed finger foods with tea. Coffee, wine and cocktails are also on offer.
The Nomad can best be described by their excellent, friendly service. The staff was omnipresent, quietly attentive and consistently warm. Their warmth and hospitality can really only be described as making you feel like you’re at home.
Located on Broadway, in a busy section of the Flatiron District, The NoMad is within walking distance of the Empire State Building, Madison Square Park, Eataly, Macy’s and Herald Square.
Address: 1170 Broadway x 28th Street
This property boasts a vintage style design with exceptional common so its no wonder they are one of the best when considering luxury hotels in New York City. The NoMad Hotel includes a Michelin Star restaurant and other excellent food and drink options.