The Ace Hotel has become a hub for both locals and international travelers. With striking rooms decorated in the classic Ace brand style, the renowned food of the Breslin, the coffee of Stumptown, and a lobby that has become a virtual town square, it may be the hippest location in NoMad.
Arlo NoMad is a sleek, boutique hotel where guests can enjoy stellar views of the city with wall-to-ceiling windows in all guest rooms. The Arlo is well situated in Manhattan, which means that most rooms will have a terrific cityscape view.
HGU New York is a boutique hotel that embraces the past, yet looks firmly to the future. From its jazz nights and classic glamour to its state-of-the-art spa treatments, HGU simultaneously embodies old and new in NoMad.
The Hotel Giraffe offers unparalleled service with spaciously sized rooms (even the smaller rooms are very roomy), lovely, well-crafted furnishings, handsome color schemes, and beautiful public spaces.
A four-star hotel providing singular luxury accommodations in the heart of Manhattan’s percolating NoMad neighborhood, Mondrian Park Avenue Hotel is close to the Empire State building and Madison Square Park.
New York EDITION offers 5-star luxury, boutique accommodations in a stunning design of Ian Schrager’s. This beautifully transformed 1909 Madison Avenue landmark gem houses 237 chic guest rooms and suites, a tranquil hotel spa, and distinctive event spaces.
The NoMad Hotel is one of the most sought after boutique hotels in NYC, perhaps in the country.
Park South Hotel is a 4-star boutique hotel ideally located in New York City’s trendy NoMad neighborhood. This modernized 1906 landmark building has 131 rooms with thoughtful amenities for any urban explorer or experienced business traveler.
The James Hotel New York – NoMad is a luxury boutique hotel infused with local culture and touches inspired by its neighborhood. This 337-room gem evokes an authentic, warm, modern feel with a design that stays true to its architecture and history.
The Nomad is inspired by the grand hotels of Europe, yet it’s distinctly New York. Housed in a stunning fully restored Beaux-Arts building, its 168 rooms and suites are tastefully designed to feel residential – with hand-selected pieces and custom-designed furnishings.
The Paul captures the exuberance of the NoMad neighborhood and the city through the unique contemporary style of its 122 sleek city-themed rooms and suites and the open-air rooftop bar, which provides priceless views of the Empire State Building.