November 29, 2018
Three Hotels in NoMad Named to Conde Nast Reader’s Choice List for 2018
The NoMad neighborhood was THE place to stay at the turn of the 20th Century. Legendary hotels such as the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Hoffman House, Victoria Hotel, and Holland House welcomed presidents, foreign dignitaries, the rich, and the famous.
As NoMad continues its meteoric growth as a hub for technology, design and culture, it’s also regaining recognition for offering some of the city’s finest places to stay. Of the 40 New York hotels selected in this year’s Conde Nast Reader’s Choice Awards—as voted by readers of the luxury travel magazine—three hotels in our relatively small area of the city captured spots on the list: the New York EDITION, NoMad Hotel, and Arlo NoMad .
New York EDITION
Coming in at Number 19 on the Conde Nast Reader’s Choice List, the New York EDITION hotel provides elegance in a timeless setting. Occupying the historic Metropolitan Life Clocktower, the hotel features 273 exquisitely appointed guest rooms with luxury bedding and stunning city views. Guests also enjoy 24-hour room service, exclusive spa services, two bars, and The Clocktower, the hotel’s Michelin-rated restaurant, helmed by Chef Jason Atherton.
New York EDITION
5 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10010
The NoMad Hotel sets the standard for quiet sophistication. This boutique property features elegant décor throughout its 168 rooms with luxury touches that include reclaimed hardwood floors with handmade vintage rugs, custom luxury linens, and king-sized beds—not to mention the hotel’s dining experience overseen by the world-class restaurateur team of Daniel Humm and Will Guidara and its bar — named the best bar in North America again this year.
New York, NY 10001
Coming in at Number 30 on the list just behind the NoMad Hotel, Arlo makes up for its compact 249 boutique guest rooms with a big list of comforts and amenities. The thoughtfully-decorated rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering amazing city views, including the Empire State Building just two blocks away. Guests also enjoy Massoni, the hotel’s Italian-inspired restaurant serving pizzas, pastas, and entrees; two bars (including one on the roof named The Heights with an awesome glass floor looking down to the street); and NoMad Bodega, a 24-hour convenience store.
11 East 31st Street
New York, NY 10016
Our congratulations to each of these fine NoMad hostelries for being recognized by Conde Nast readers for outstanding service and hospitality.