“Conceived by Andrew Zobler, developer of the nearby Ace Hotel, the NoMad is the Ace for grown-ups. The hotel stands out for its bohemian glamour, from the laser-sharp but friendly service to the opulent yet intimate interiors.”
“Crowned by a copper cupola and featuring interiors designed by Frenchman Jacques Garcia, this beaux-arts dream is one of the city’s hottest addresses. Rooms channel a nostalgic NYC-meets-Paris aesthetic.”
“Designed by Parisian architect Jacques Garcia and including features such as a wood-paneled library with cocktail service and rooms with claw foot tubs, the Beaux Arts NoMad is a perfect blend of style and comfort.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in New York.
“Imagine if Gustave Klimt and Edward Gorey were to collaborate on the design of a hotel, and you’ll have a good sense of the whimsical elegance of the NoMad. Gorey’s territory, the guest rooms, look like a humorous, if elegant, take on an English nobleman’s abode.”
Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in New York.
The NoMad of Hotel New York is ideally located in Chelsea and puts guests right smack in the middle of all that is happening in the city that never sleeps. Famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Flatiron Building and Time Square are in easy walking distance. Visitors can use the subway to go up and down, and see even more of what the east coast has to offer
The hotel was designed by Jacques Garcia and he used the French apartment he lived in as a child as inspiration to create the bohemian chic decor. The design screams European elegance with white walls, tiled floors and soaring ceilings with funky touches thrown in such as tapestry covered antique furniture and faded Persian rugs to keep things really interesting.
The accommodations vary in size but most have hardwood floors and lofty ceilings, rare features in New York City. Rooms also include retro style mahogany desks, ornamental leather headboards and vintage handmade rugs in addition to comfortable bedding. The private bathrooms contain a claw foot bathtub. Rooms on the top two floors contain amazing city views. Staying at this hotel is also a treat to your stomach as chef Humm and restauranteur, Will Guidars of the three-Michelin-star Eleven Madison Park oversees food and beverage preparation.
— 168 rooms
— Opened in 1923
— Modern contemporary style
— Facilities for disabled guests
— ATM machine on site
— 24-hour front desk
— Concierge service
— Fitness center
— Pets allowed
— Room service
— Business facilities
— Meeting and banquet facilities
— Free WiFi
— Laundry and dry cleaning services
— Luggage storage
— Non-smoking rooms
— Private parking available
— Family friendly
— Check in begins at 3:00 PM
— Check out ends at 12:00 PM
1170 Broadway, New York, NY 10001, USA