On the corner of Broadway and 28th Street in New York’s historic NoMad neighbourhood (North of Madison Square Park) lies a typically grand building that houses the so-hip-it-hurts NoMad Hotel.
You know it as soon as you step inside the doors of this immaculately restored turn of the century Beaux-arts building that this is more than a place to rest your head. It’s a calling card to the hipsters that make this one of the most fashionable cities on earth!
There’s a distinctly Parisian influence but an unmistakable New York style to The NoMad Hotel, thanks to French designer Jacques Garcia who took the passions of his childhood and heritage and put a modern twist on traditional elegance. From the gilded lobby to the beautiful airy rooms with their impressive views, to the top-tier restaurant (surrounded by a stunning glass enclosed atrium!) and the cosy two-level library lounge where guests can relax in dark noir ambience while reading from the extensive literary collection, you know at all times you are staying somewhere truly special.
And inside the 168 guest rooms and suites, guests are treated to a plush interior design and all the modern luxuries you could want for – from king-size beds dressed in the finest of bedding and custom linens, to the European-style bathrooms (some with claw foot bathtubs!), the handmade vintage Heriz rugs unique to each room and the divine damask patterned paravents, The NoMad is one classy and cool boutique hotel. New York style. And that suits us just fine …