The NoMad Hotel

1170 Broadway | New York, NY 10001  [SEE MAP]New York, NY  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

NoMad? Yes,man!

Nov 25th, 2019

I had the pleasure of staying at The NoMad New York for 2 lovely nights. The service here is impeccable, and each staff member we came in contact with was excellent. The room was amazing and the ambiance is upscale. Our view was incredible (ahem, Empire State Building!), and the location was perfect! The hotel is in walking distance to everything you must do in midtown, including the Flatiron District, Macy’s and shopping, Greeley Square, and Madison Square Park. Also just a few subway stops away from Broadway theaters and Times Square. Spend a little money to have an unforgettable trip. NoMad is for sure the way to go! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Nice property - would stay again

Nov 21st, 2019

I'm a frequent visitor to NYC and I have stayed at a lot of properties around Manhattan. This was my first time at the Nomad and I would stay again. A lot of boxes (although not all) that I look for in a hotel were checked off. Arrival - cab pulled up and laden with luggage, I jumped out. Doorman immediately came to the street to get my bags and held them while I checked in and then brought them up to my room. Off to a good start. (And when I departed, one doorman lugged my luggage downstairs, grabbed me a cab and a second doorman loaded my suitcases into the cab so the bell service is quite good). Check-in - desk clerk very nice. I felt welcomed. A nice change from The Mondrian on Park Avenue where I have been staying recently and where the clerks seem a little indifferent. As long as the clerks are not downright rude, it doesn't really affect your stay, but it is nicer to feel welcomed, then not. Hallways -- despite the complaints of some here on TripAdvisor, the hallways and lobby are not too dark. If you want to see too dark, go to the Royalton midtown where you literally need a flashlight to navigate the property and to find your room. This property is fine and is not too dark. Elevators -- No complaints there. There appear to be an adequate number of elevators for the number of guests and I never had to wait long. Room - stayed in a suite on the fourth floor. Plenty of light (lack of light is a pet peeve of mine - I have stayed in some very dark rooms in New York). No view except of the building across the street, but I wasn't expecting a view, so that was fine. The shades and curtains worked fine, so I was able to blacken the room at night (another pet peeve of mine as I can't stand light in my room when I sleep). The suite was much more spacious than the suites I have had recently at the Mondrian, so I liked the space. With the hardwood floors and rugs, walking into the suite has the feel of walking into your very own apartment in New York City. The negative for me was the small desk against the wall, which was more decorative than functional for someone who wanted to work in their room. By contrast, the suites at The Mondrian have a big table with 4 chairs which is a perfect size for spreading out and working. At the Nomad, there is only a low coffee table in the room. For those who want a homey "living room" feeling, it's great - for those who need to work in their room, not so much so. Bed was too soft for my taste. Noise -- the windows were double-paned, so there was no street noise (which can be an issue in the middle of New York City, particularly on a low floor). Never heard any noise from the hallways or other rooms either. Bathroom - enough space to lay out your toiletries -- a pet peeve of mine when hotels do not provide this. Shower was fine once you figured out how to use it. Towels could have a been a bit softer and more luxurious (like at The Pierre where I have stayed recently), but not a dealbreaker. Housekeeping -- excellent. Came back one afternoon and found my toiletries and cosmetics that I had strewn everywhere in the bathroom all nicely and artistically rearranged. Wanted to take housekeeping home with me. Restaurant - compared to most hotels, the Nomad really shines with its resident restaurant. The omelet I had for breakfast may have been the best omelet I have had anywhere. And while more expensive than walking into a diner, at $22, it was the exact same price as I have paid for omelets at other hotel restaurants (such as Cleo at The Mondrian), except the Nomad omelet was 10 times better. The omelet came with a side salad that was perfection. The tea at the hotel restaurant is also excellent - a very rare find for those of us who are tea drinkers. If you like to eat breakfast in your hotel, as I do, I think the cost of the Nomad breakfast is well worth it, and as I said, not any more expensive than any other hotel restaurant. Free coffee is served in the lobby in the morning, but not hot water for tea - that was easily remedied on the mornings that I didn't have breakfast at the hotel as I travel with a thermos and my own tea bags and if you bring your thermos to the front desk of the restaurant, someone will run and fill it up with hot water for you. This was actually was a better solution than at The Mondrian where the hotel does offer a hot water urn in the mornings (and tea bags) except The Mondrian uses the same urns for both coffee and hot water, so your hot water is flavored with coffee remnants, which renders your tea completely unpalatable. The Nomad Bar is a complete scene, which is okay if you are looking for a lively place to have a drink, but not so much if you don't like crowds. I'm in the latter camp, but not an issue for me because I know plenty of places in NYC where I can go grab a drink in a more sedate environment. The Library (where you can grab drinks and bar food) is reserved for hotel guests, but one night at 8:30 p.m., I had to wait over 30 minutes to be seated, as The Library gets crowded as well despite being reserved for guests. Another night I was able to waltz in to The Library at 5:00 p.m. and be seated promptly. The carrot tartare on the bar menu is excellent and apparently is a specialty of Eleven Madison Park, the very expensive Michelin starred restaurant that is owned by the same people who operate the restaurant at the hotel. Neighborhood -- I have stayed at hotels all over New York City, but this was my first stay in the Nomad neighborhood. I found the neighborhood very convenient. The hotel is a fairly quick walk to Chelsea or to the new Hudson Yards development. With a subway stop right at 28 and Broadway, you can very conveniently get down to Soho. And a short stroll east to Madison will get you on a bus to the Upper East Side (or to the 6 train that runs on the Eastside). Right up the street from the hotel at Broadway and 29th Street, Milk Bar -- a New York institution -- just opened its new flagship store, which is a true Willy Wonka fantasy of cakes, pies, cookies, soft-serve ice cream and some savory items and which is open until 2:00 a.m. on weekends and until midnight other nights. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great stay

Oct 29th, 2019

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. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

A mostly positive stay

Oct 28th, 2019

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. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Nice hotel

Oct 15th, 2019

The hotel room was clean. The room was small but reflected the historic nature of the building. The service was excellent. The restaurant/bar/library bar was very well done in terms of decor. The food was excellent and service fantastic. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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