Photo Tour: The NoMad Hotel, New York City

by Kelsey Blodget on November 1, 2013

Library at The NoMad Hotel, New York City

After its opening in 2011, the NoMad quickly emerged as one of New York City’s trendiest hotels — which is no small accomplishment considering the stiff competition. Centrally located near Madison Square Park, The Nomad (which shares its name with the surrounding neighborhood north of Madison Square Garden) is a luxurious, impeccably designed hotel with attentive service but limited features (there’s no spa or business center). The hotel’s focal point is its eponymous bar and restaurant, a celeb haunt featuring five separate-but-connected spaces that sprawl along the ground floor. Guests can order cocktails in the cozy, book-lined Library or order brunch in the sun-filled Atrium room, though they should be prepared for price tags that match the high level of style. The 168 guest rooms are luxurious (there are Sferra linens, Frette towels, and robes), and successfully evoke a bygone era with Persian rugs, old maps, and antique-looking fixtures.

Bar at The Nomad Hotel, New York City Fireplace at The Nomad Hotel, New York City Lobby at The Nomad Hotel, New York City The Classic Room at The NoMad Hotel

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Sophia Johnson November 10, 2013 at 1:25 pm

The bar looks like a dream place. I’d love to order a whiskey on the rocks there and just enjoy the atmosphere.

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