A taste of Gallic glamour in go-faster Gotham

The presentation could not be better: awaking in the heart of Manhattan, 168 rooms and several suites, decorated by interior designer Jacques Garcia, and to dine: the NoMad also offers multiple spaces, including the roof, with menus prepared by one of the best chefs of the Big Apple.

True to its historical location in the district of North of Madison Square Park, the NoMad Hotel is located on Broadway, in the city’s downtown, an ideal situation between East and West, close to areas like SoHo, Greenwich Village and the Meatpacking District.

Unlike many American hotels that grant cold and edgy atmospheres with indefinite design, this hotel features tastefully decorated, spacious rooms with good distribution and extremely comfortable beds. High ceilings, hardwoods and exquisite fabrics add a decorative element with a certain French air, reminiscent of Art Deco, which is a kindred spirit to New York.

The NoMad offers cozy spaces and their service is discreet, friendly and efficient. The brightness and the breadth of its appeal windows offer beautiful views of the bustling life of the city that never sleeps and its architectural landscape full of skyscrapers.

Modern and elegant, around it we can find endless shops and restaurants, with a metro station just around the corner. In just 25 minutes you can find the emblems of the city such as the MoMA, Time Square and Fifth Avenue.







NoMad Hotel

1170 Broadway & 28TH Street

New York, NY 10001


Text: Amura ± Photo: j.fred / WPSS / NY TIMNES