Beaux arts grandeur meets modern Manhattan in the form of the NoMad Hotel, with atmospheric, dimly lit interiors by famed French designer Jacques Garcia.
Located in a grand turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts building north of Madison Square Park (hence the name), the hotel speaks of another time and place. Garcia aimed to create a residential feel in the 168 rooms (which range in size from 300 to 1,800 square feet), all inspired by the Parisian flat of his youth, using custom furnishings, original artwork, and handmade vintage Heriz rugs. The luxe dining level features an atrium, parlor, bar, fireplace, and library, all with original mahogany woodwork imported from the South of France. To see more, go to The NoMad Hotel.
Photography by Benoit Linero for NoMad Hotel.
Above: A mix of opulent upholstery, fabrics, and lighting in the entryway.
Above: The NoMad's most modest accommodations, the Classic room is a 340-square-foot space with a king bed and interior views.
Above: Above-the-bed custom artwork in the Classic room.
Above: A clawfoot bathtub in the Atelier room.
Above: A half painted wall and a damask screen combine for an Old World feel.
Above: The 470-square-foot Salon room includes a mahogany writing desk, seating area, and custom artwork on the walls.
Above: The living room of the 725-square-foot Suite; also available in the NoMad Suite, an 1,100-square-foot pied-a-terre.
Above: The doorway between the Suite's king bedroom and living room.
Above: Light filters through the pyramidal glass roof above the downstairs atrium, a space inspired by European courtyards.
Above: The Parlor features dark oak, luxe fabrics, and 100 framed pressed antique herbs from the French heritage shop Deyrolle.
Above: The two-level library is connected with a spiral staircase imported from the South of France.
Above: NoMad is located north of the Flatiron District and Gramercy Park and east of Chelsea.
Above: A rooftop view of the NoMad building against the skyline.
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