|"Great location and super friendly staff"||(in 58 reviews)|
|""Great food, great location.""||(in 23 reviews)|
|""Great food, great location.""||(in 51 reviews)|
|"Expensive to order room service."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Super heavy doors in rooms"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"I do definitely not recommend this hotel."||(in 24 reviews)|
|beautiful room||in 158 reviews|
|staff were great||in 118 reviews|
|hotel is beautiful||in 109 reviews|
|bar and restaurant||in 95 reviews|
|great location||in 91 reviews|
|great food||in 45 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 43 reviews|
|decor||in 25 reviews|
|nomad||in 25 reviews|
|nicely appointed||in 15 reviews|
|room service||in 14 reviews|
|pieces of bacon||in 8 reviews|
|new york||in 7 reviews|
|experiences ever||in 6 reviews|
|old school||in 6 reviews|
|distance or short||in 5 reviews|
|heavy doors||in 4 reviews|
|old world||in 4 reviews|
|library lounge||in 3 reviews|
|high floor||in 2 reviews|
|lower floor||in 2 reviews|
Get an inner facing room, you won’t regret the quiet. Location is fantastic! Great size and vibe to the hotel albeit decor is not to everyone’s taste.
The location, the room and the Library lounge.
Loved the hotel guest only Library bar, very cozy & quiet. Great rooms, lovely decor.
The Nomad Hotel is an upscale hotel located in New York City, close to the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden and Harold Square. It is close to several subway stations, Times Square, and the Museum at FIT. Featuring artfully decorated rooms, luxury dining, and a full-service concierge, it is a popular vacation destination for couples.
Each of the 168 rooms has free WiFi and views of New York City or the atrium. The rooms have an iHome docking station, a mahogany work desk, and an in-room safe. Guests can use iPads or laptops upon request, as well as a nightly turn down service or newspaper delivery.
All rooms are furnished with king-sized beds and have reclaimed maple hardwood floors. They were designed by Jacques Garcia, and feature hand-selected furnishings and artwork inspired by European luxury with New York sensibility. Each room has a handmade, custom Heriz rug unique to that room. Guests can enjoy the fully-stocked in-room mini bar, custom plush top mattresses, and embossed leather headboards.
There is a 24/7 fitness center onsite, and guests can enjoy the bars or Nomad restaurant. Drinks and food are available in the Atrium, Parlour, Nomad Bar, Elephant Bar, Fireplace, library or the rooftop. The rooftop is available to book for private events, where guests can take in views of the New York City skyline.
The Nomad Hotel is especially suited for travelers who would enjoy a walking tour of the city, or people who are traveling for work. The multilingual staff offer 24-hour services to travelers. Guests who enjoy people watching, museums and food will love this location.
based on 387 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Breakfast is served in the restaurant of The Nomad Hotel from 7:00 am to 10:00 am daily. Kick start your day with the hearty Nomad Breakfast, which is comprised of two eggs any style, toast, and your choice of sausage, bacon, potatoes, tomato, or avocado. If you prefer a healthier alternative, order the chia seed pudding, steel cut oatmeal, or granola. There are also a number of kid-friendly options such as lemon poppy pancakes, mixed fruit, and breakfast pastries. Drink options include smoothies, fresh juice, coffee, and a range of green, black, herbal, and iced teas.
The Nomad New York is 20m from LaGuardia Airport and 40m from JFK. The hotel is also minutes from the N and R and the 1 and 6 subway lines. The B, Q, F and M lines are four blocks away. If you want to get to Penn Station, it is a five-block walk from the hotel.
The Nomad hosts a diverse range of performances and events in the spaces within the hotel throughout the year. Every weekend, The Magician, Dan White, performs an evening of magic and mystery. Guests can reserve a unique cocktail experience in The Library, which includes signature cocktails inspired by 1984, the classic novel by George Orwell. The Nomad Bar also hosts pop-up Sunday Roasts, which is a three-course meal, inspired by classic English and Irish pub dinners.
The common areas and routes around The Nomad Hotel are fully accessible, including from the public entrance to accessible guestrooms, the restaurant, fitness center, and meeting rooms. Accessible guest rooms have wheelchair-friendly 32-in doorways and are equipped with roll-in showers with grab bars, a lowered vanity, a lowered thermostat, and light switches. For guests with hearing impairments, closed caption televisions, TTY, and visual alarms have been installed. Assistive listening devices are available for meetings, on request.
If you’re traveling to Manhattan for work, The Nomad Hotel offers modern luxury accommodation for business travelers. Rooms are furnished with mahogany writing desks so you can work in comfort, and also have direct dial telephones with speaker and personalized voicemail. The hotel has a host of sophisticated spaces for business travelers to meet clients including The Library, bar and restaurant.
If you’re looking for a unique venue for a private event or party, The Nomad Hotel boasts indoor and outdoor spaces, with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, and custom catering. The 12th story Rooftop at The Nomad is ideal for a cocktail party or sit-down dinner and has great views of the Manhattan skyline. The Nomad Bar is also available for private events and features a two-level space with a full bar and kitchen.
The Nomad Hotel is located at 1170 Broadway in Midtown, 1.3 km from the centre of New York. Empire State Building is the closest landmark to The Nomad Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Nomad Hotel.
Yes, The Nomad Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Nomad Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Nomad Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Nomad Hotel is 10.4 km from New York LaGuardia.
Yes, The Nomad Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Nomad Hotel does not have a pool on-site.