by Holly Rosen Fink
The NOMAD Hotel is nearby to Madison Square Garden, Macy’s and The Empire State Building. Times Square is just 1 mile away or a five-minute subway ride away, and Central Park is a short 2 miles away. The 28th Street subway station is across the street and Herald Square is a five-minute walk away.
The NOMAD hotel offers free Wi-Fi and rooms that feature a flat-screen TV, plush bedding and classic French decor. All 168 rooms offer thoughtful touches like bathrobes and slippers, as well as comforts such as Frette Italian sheets and down comforters. Free Wi-Fi and iPod docks are standard, as are LCD TVs with digital channels. Views of New York City or the atrium are featured in each room. Work desks along with an iHome docking station and an in-room safe are also included, as are daily newspapers. Nightly turndown service is provided for guests.
Onsite dining is available, with NOMAD offering two restaurants. Other amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, a conference center and valet parking. Cribs are free and rollaway/extra beds are available for a fee and childcare is available.
Our Editor Loves
- Valet parking
- Rollaway beds
- Laptops and iPads available upon request
- Onsite Dining
We spent a few days at the NoMad in New York recently and it's probably been one of our best hotel stays in New York over the years. A great hotel with good service, the rooms were fantastic. We stayed in the One Bedroom Suite which provided plenty of space for us to enjoy our work trip comfortably. The interiors are exquisite and well-maintained and the bathroom was also excellent.
General hotel facilities were also excellent.
by Jenny B
This is for the most part a very nice hotel. The rooms are huge for NYC and if you are good with the whole place looking like a fancy haunted house, then you will be fine with the decor. Service was almost uniformly good, polite and kind. My issue was at checkout. It was POURING rain and I had no umbrella and needed to leave the hotel to get to my waiting car service across the street. Why not provide the doorman with umbrellas so they can escort you to the car? Instead, the doorman told me to ask at the front desk (which I already thought was rude) and then the front desk very rudely told me they were out of umbrellas and to go get the one that was in my room. This doesn't help me once I've checked out and have no way of getting back into my room, and when my car is already waiting across the street. Just rude and inconsiderate all around--as the doorman sat inside the hotel and watched me get absolutely drenched with all my luggage. Kind of spoiled the entire stay to be honest. I would expect this treatment at a Holiday Inn but not when I'm spending upwards of 500 a night.