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The NoMad Hotel

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In New York the choice of luxury hotels is mind-boggling, but only some really stand out above the rest. For a designer chic boutique experience, stay at The NoMad Hotel. Located in a turn-of-the-century Beaux-Arts building in the NoMad district (North of Madison Square Park) at the corner of 28th Street and Broadway, The NoMad Hotel has been fully restored to its original grandeur with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia.

Our first impression of this slightly shabby location wasn’t really good, but it’s an up-and-coming & convenient Midtown spot and ideally situated between the East and West sides of New York City. Stay somewhere else if you want to be in the tick of everything and fancy a more upscale area. We don’t care, though. The reason? The NoMad Hotel has, in only a few years, managed to become one of the jewels in the crown of the New York hotel scene. You’re here for the hotel, not for the neighboring bars or shops. Stay at The NoMad Hotel in New York for a little taste of Paris and its food-and-beverage dream team, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, of Michelin-three-starred Eleven Madison Park.

The NoMad Hotel in New York is a stylish Manhattan hotel offering intimate & opulent interiors, boutique chic rooms, gourmet dining and a hot & happening bar scene. Owned & operated by the Sydell Group, which also developed the hipster hangout Ace Hotel around the corner, this New York luxury hotel is a must-stay for design-savvy travelers searching for something different.

The Sydell Group enlisted French designer Jacques Garcia (also from Hôtel Costes in Paris, Selman Marrakech and La Reserve Geneve Hotel) to reinvigorate this twelve-floor property with a Parisian Haussmann look. Inspired by the interior designer’s childhood apartment in Paris, the result is a warm, luxe, dark and sumptuous spot full of French elegance. Expect an original fireplace imported from a great French château, an antique staircase, worn and faded Persian rugs, tiled floors, decadent touches and rich fabrics. NoMad’s design is truly visually enticing.

Your room? Featuring either views of New York City or the Atrium, The NoMad Hotel’s 168 gorgeous rooms, including 14 suites, vary in size. All the hotel rooms are furnished with a selection of quirky original artwork, claw foot bath tubs, reclaimed maple hardwood floors, leather headboards, handmade vintage rugs and mahogany French writing desk. Furthermore, the Côté Bastide-filled bathrooms are European style. Nightly turn down service is provided for guests. If it’s space you demand, book the exclusive 1,100-square-foot top floor Suite Royale with a private terrace or the NoMad Suite with living & dining areas.

The restaurant at The NoMad Hotel in New York is comprised of a series of rooms surrounding a glass-enclosed atrium. Offering a refined taste sensation overseen by Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park fame, the restaurant is where foodies are in their element. Cocktail aficionados knock back serious drinks crafted by an award winning-mixologist at one of NoMad’s hip hotel bars, including the Forbidden Dance, a blend of genever gin, aquavit, amontillado sherry, vanilla, velvet falernum, orgeat, pineapple, lime and nutmeg. The stunning dimly-lit library lounge, surrounded by book-lined shelves and a spiral staircase from France, is where you can linger with a good read.

There’s also a small gym and the first U.S. outpost of French fashion house Maison Kitsune. Sadly, a spa is missing, but in-room massage are available.

The NoMad Hotel, New York