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VOGUE
The interiors, done by Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman & Williams, will pay homage to England’s decorative traditions, as well as the relationship between New York and London’s art scenes.
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Wallpaper*
Its hotels occupy historic properties, and they are richly layered, balancing comfort and drama. As a result, they feel adult but with room still for mystery and occasional illicit behaviour. A NoMad makes perfect sense for a bruised, Brexit-era London.
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Condé Nast Traveler
Until now, there hasn’t really been a place in Vegas quite like it.
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Condé Nast Traveler
How do you take a hotel brand known for its urbane sophistication and make it work on the Las Vegas Strip? Keep the core DNA, but turn everything up to 11. That’s the formula behind the NoMad Las Vegas.
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ELLE Decor
So if you're looking for a stay that strips away the kitsch of Vegas—but leaves the glamour intact—the NoMad is your best bet.
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Sleeper
Along with Park MGM -- of which NoMad Las Vegas occupies the top four storeys in the first hints of an unconventional approach -- Sydell Group’s Sin City outpost perhaps best represents what is possible within the established parameters of the local market without sacrificing the quintessential Vegas experience.
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AFAR
Ultimately, NoMad aims to be a positive driving force in the long-awaited awakening of DTLA.
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Bloomberg
The design sensibility nods to the building’s roots as an Italian bank.
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Architectural Digest
The arrival of NoMad Los Angeles, the West Coast outpost of the luxury hotel brand founded by the Sydell Group, is elegant proof that the renaissance of downtown L.A.—which has been touted for decades—is at long last happening.
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WWD
NoMad’s restaurants and common areas have fast become a place for design and fashion aficionados that prior wouldn’t stay anywhere but Beverly Hills or West Hollywood, as well as the new hipster professional class that call downtown home.
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Wallpaper*
Sydell Group, the style-driven mavericks behind The Line, Freehand and The Ned hotels, has brought its elegant NoMad brand out west to Downtown Los Angeles.
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Architectural Digest
The arrival of NoMad Los Angeles, the West Coast outpost of the luxury hotel brand founded by the Sydell Group, is elegant proof that the renaissance of downtown L.A.—which has been touted for decades—is at long last happening 
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Jetsetter
The renaissance of once-derelict downtown L.A. has now been anchored by the opening of the NoMad Los Angeles, inside a landmark 1922 former bank.
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Condé Nast Traveler
NoMad has a level of cosmopolitan refinement that feels right in Los Angeles now.
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Monocle
The grandest place from which to survey the excitement of Downtown is the NoMad. The plump parakeet green seats in its neoclassical lobby host a glittering crowd of media sorts and nosy natives keen to take in the pageantry of it all.
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Surface
Cased inside the bones of the neoclassical Gianni Place building, NoMad Los Angeles continues the momentum behind downtown’s cultural renaissance that began nearly a decade ago.
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Travel + Leisure
It may be the West Coast outpost of an iconic New York hotel, but the NoMad Los Angeles is a knockout in its own right.
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Traveller (Australia)
The NoMad’s 2018 opening marked a turning point for Downtown, and it remains the area’s most elegant hotel.
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Town & Country
The hotels multiple buzzy bars and top tier restaurant make going out to explore the nearby Flatiron neighborhood feel (almost) superfluous.
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Bon Appétit
The chic hotel with 168 bright, breezy rooms is a destination worthy of itself.
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The Independent (UK)
Meant to be a fresh take on the grand European hotels of yore, the NoMad sometimes feels as if it’s from another century entirely, or at least from a time before we were all obsessed with handheld devices.
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Travel + Leisure
The appeal doesn’t stop on the ground floor: Each room’s mahogany furniture, custom bathrobes, and handmade vintage rugs convey luxury in a manner that’s difficult to leave upon checkout.
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Harper’s Bazaar
The Nomad Hotel's restaurant and bars are an ideal combination of high-end luxury and downtown cool.
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Condé Nast Traveler
It's urbane and cultivated, without a hint of stuffiness.
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Condé Nast Traveler
When you're here, you're living the best version of a New York life.
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AFAR
In the short time it’s been open, NoMad New York has helped spur development in the hotel’s surrounding area, earning its stripes as a chic go-to for a luxurious stay and a Michelin-starred meal.
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5185Town & Country
The hotels multiple buzzy bars and top tier restaurant make going out to explore the nearby Flatiron neighborhood feel (almost) superfluous.
Read More
5183Bon Appétit
The chic hotel with 168 bright, breezy rooms is a destination worthy of itself.
Read More
5182The Independent (UK)
Meant to be a fresh take on the grand European hotels of yore, the NoMad sometimes feels as if it’s from another century entirely, or at least from a time before we were all obsessed with handheld devices.
Read More
5181Travel + Leisure
The appeal doesn’t stop on the ground floor: Each room’s mahogany furniture, custom bathrobes, and handmade vintage rugs convey luxury in a manner that’s difficult to leave upon checkout.
Read More
5180Harper’s Bazaar
The Nomad Hotel's restaurant and bars are an ideal combination of high-end luxury and downtown cool.
Read More
5088Condé Nast Traveler
It's urbane and cultivated, without a hint of stuffiness.
Read More
5084Condé Nast Traveler
When you're here, you're living the best version of a New York life.
Read More
5070AFAR
In the short time it’s been open, NoMad New York has helped spur development in the hotel’s surrounding area, earning its stripes as a chic go-to for a luxurious stay and a Michelin-starred meal.
Read More
5239AFAR
Ultimately, NoMad aims to be a positive driving force in the long-awaited awakening of DTLA.
Read More
5238Bloomberg
The design sensibility nods to the building’s roots as an Italian bank.
Read More
5237Architectural Digest
The arrival of NoMad Los Angeles, the West Coast outpost of the luxury hotel brand founded by the Sydell Group, is elegant proof that the renaissance of downtown L.A.—which has been touted for decades—is at long last happening.
Read More
5236WWD
NoMad’s restaurants and common areas have fast become a place for design and fashion aficionados that prior wouldn’t stay anywhere but Beverly Hills or West Hollywood, as well as the new hipster professional class that call downtown home.
Read More
5234Wallpaper*
Sydell Group, the style-driven mavericks behind The Line, Freehand and The Ned hotels, has brought its elegant NoMad brand out west to Downtown Los Angeles.
Read More
5233Architectural Digest
The arrival of NoMad Los Angeles, the West Coast outpost of the luxury hotel brand founded by the Sydell Group, is elegant proof that the renaissance of downtown L.A.—which has been touted for decades—is at long last happening 
Read More
5232Jetsetter
The renaissance of once-derelict downtown L.A. has now been anchored by the opening of the NoMad Los Angeles, inside a landmark 1922 former bank.
Read More
5231Condé Nast Traveler
NoMad has a level of cosmopolitan refinement that feels right in Los Angeles now.
Read More
5230Monocle
The grandest place from which to survey the excitement of Downtown is the NoMad. The plump parakeet green seats in its neoclassical lobby host a glittering crowd of media sorts and nosy natives keen to take in the pageantry of it all.
Read More
5229Surface
Cased inside the bones of the neoclassical Gianni Place building, NoMad Los Angeles continues the momentum behind downtown’s cultural renaissance that began nearly a decade ago.
Read More
5228Travel + Leisure
It may be the West Coast outpost of an iconic New York hotel, but the NoMad Los Angeles is a knockout in its own right.
Read More
5227Traveller (Australia)
The NoMad’s 2018 opening marked a turning point for Downtown, and it remains the area’s most elegant hotel.
Read More
5246VOGUE
The interiors, done by Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman & Williams, will pay homage to England’s decorative traditions, as well as the relationship between New York and London’s art scenes.
Read More
5245Wallpaper*
Its hotels occupy historic properties, and they are richly layered, balancing comfort and drama. As a result, they feel adult but with room still for mystery and occasional illicit behaviour. A NoMad makes perfect sense for a bruised, Brexit-era London.
Read More
5243Condé Nast Traveler
Until now, there hasn’t really been a place in Vegas quite like it.
Read More
5242Condé Nast Traveler
How do you take a hotel brand known for its urbane sophistication and make it work on the Las Vegas Strip? Keep the core DNA, but turn everything up to 11. That’s the formula behind the NoMad Las Vegas.
Read More
5241ELLE Decor
So if you're looking for a stay that strips away the kitsch of Vegas—but leaves the glamour intact—the NoMad is your best bet.
Read More
5240Sleeper
Along with Park MGM -- of which NoMad Las Vegas occupies the top four storeys in the first hints of an unconventional approach -- Sydell Group’s Sin City outpost perhaps best represents what is possible within the established parameters of the local market without sacrificing the quintessential Vegas experience.
Read More