Imagine if Gustave Klimt and Edward Gorey were to collaborate on the design of a hotel, and you’ll have a good sense of the whimsical elegance of the NoMad. (It was actually designed by Jacques Garcia, a well-known Parisian architect.) Klimt-like touches abound in the lobby, with its elaborate painted panels and movie-set–like spaces (such as the two-story library that serves as an anteroom to the bar and the wondrous, massive skylight that hovers over the dining room). Gorey’s territory, the guest rooms, look like a humorous, if elegant, take on an English nobleman’s abode. Huge fabric faux-dressing screens serve as the barrier between bedroom and bathroom; a dozen paintings hang, gallery-style, on the white walls; and fine pieces of wooden furniture are paired (in some rooms) with a free-standing, old-fashioned bathtubs that sit right in front of the large windows! Some tips: Be sure to ask for a room on the second or third floor, as the ceilings are highest there. And eat in one night: Room service is from the NoMad Restaurant, one of the finest restaurants in town.
New York City
New York City› Hotel
1170 Broadway (btw. 26th and 27th St.)
Our Rating Neighborhood Union Square, Flatiron District & Gramercy Park Transportation Subway: L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, or 6 to Union Sq Phone 212/796-1500 Prices $269–$499 double Amenities Restaurant, bar; concierge, gym, room service; Wi–Fi (for a fee) Units 73 units Web site The NoMadBook a Room Now
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