Happy Wednesday guys and I’m going to show you the rest of the NoMad Hotel NY today. If you recall, I have reviewed the hotel room in This Post last week and today, I’m going to show you the rest of this beautiful hotel through a visual journey. Since the entire hotel is housed in a turn of the century Beaux-Arts building restored to its original grandeur with a fresh take on the classic grand hotels of Europe with a distinct New York sensibility. There are soaring ceilings throughout the public spaces provide a grand gathering place to enjoy dining, drinking and socializing.
The Atrium is an airy, sunlit space inspired by the great courtyards of Europe. The natural light filtering through the pyramidal glass roof provides an inviting space available for dining throughout the day and evening. Next to the Atrium is the Fireplace, an intimate sitting cove with focal point of the original fireplace imported from a great French château. I can see many business meetings conducted here.
The Elephant Bar sets an iconic look with the 24-foot-long mahogany bar evokes a balanced mix of spirited club and elegant lounge. A selection of classic and proprietary cocktails are crafted by award winning-mixologist, Leo Robitschek. I didn’t get a chance to taste the cocktails, but just by sitting at the bar, I feel immersed in the sophisticated world of clanking crystal classes for scotch and shaken (not stirred) martinis.
The Library is probably my favorite little nook. Hidden all the way in the back behind the Fireplace, the space is a fully curated, two-level library which is connected by an original spiral staircase imported from the South of France. Guests can lounge on custom-made furnishings and enjoy light fare and finger foods which are served alongside coffee, tea, wine, and cocktails. An eclectic literary collection is available, featuring extensive volumes on a wide range of topics. After 4pm in the afternoon, The Library is reserved exclusively for guests of The NoMad Hotel.
The Rooftop at The NoMad is available as a private event space. Located above the 12th story, the NoMad Rooftop features both indoor and outdoor spaces with New York views of the Manhattan’s skyline. Surrounded by roses and other flowers, there is a private dining room on the rooftop to host special events or dinners. There is also a full bar on the inside of othe 12th floor for hosting larger events.
This concludes my full review of The NoMad Hotel New York. I hope you enjoyed reading it and if you have a chance to visit NYC, make sure you stop by this gorgeous hotel to stay or to eat or even just to have a cup of coffee sitting in the Library.
Photo : : Rebecca Ou