Set in an immaculately restored Beaux Arts building, the luxury NoMad Hotel offers old-world Parisian-inspired interiors and every modern amenity in a prime location near the Penn Station.
Even the smallest rooms are a touch larger than you might expect from a New York hotel, and the bigger rooms find space for freestanding claw-foot tubs. All have rich materials, such as leather chairs, reclaimed hardwood floors, handmade rugs, original artwork and mahogany work desks - making them feel authentically cozy. Room facilities include a walk-in shower, pillow-top mattresses with Italian bedding, a minibar, a safe, a flat-screen TV and an iPhone docking station. Rooms have city or atrium views, suites add bay windows. Nightly turn down service.
The destination restaurant by a Michelin starred chef is not a single space, but a single menu spanning a variety of rooms, including a cavernous atrium, a private fireplace alcove, and even a handsome two-story library. There is also an opulent lounge with a 24-foot-long mahogany bar.
24-hour gym. Complimentary bikes available.
• 168 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2013
• Interiors: Jacques Garcia