I read a review of the NoMad Hotel that referenced the vibe of the hotel as "bohemian glamour," and that phrase stuck with me. I've never heard of a venue described so perfectly. Bohemian. Glamour. That's the NoMad through and through.
Alternately a light-drenched dreamy space and a moodily stylish venue, the NoMad brings something new to the New York wedding scene. Situated right in the heart of Manhattan (NoMad = “NOrth of MADison Square Park”), the NoMad is sure to be a top choice for clients looking for a great space to host their wedding, get ready before a ceremony, or spend their first night as newlyweds.
There are 168 unique guest rooms at the NoMad, and each one is truly a little oasis. From the sweet 340 square foot Classic room with a snuggly kind bed, elegant writing desk, and walk in shower to the clawfoot bathtubs in the Atelier rooms, not a single bit of any room is left untouched with elegance and thoughtful decor.
I especially love the bay windows in the Suite, with the incredible city views and separate sitting area. The NoMad Suite is the same size as my apartment (I'm not even kidding!) complete with a dining room.
My personal favorite room in the NoMad is the Suite Royale. It's 1,800 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, culminating in a private terrace accessible from your very own staircase. If you want the convenience of staying in a hotel mixed with the comfort of being in an apartment, the Suite Royale will be an excellent choice. I'd gladly move in and live here if the NoMad would let me!
Absolutely. The NoMad's food and beverage experience begins with the influence of Chef Daniel Hummer and Restaurateur Will Guidara. You can eat in the sunny, dreamy Atrium under the delicate glass roof. You can cozy up for a drink at the NoMad bar, a classic pub (with especially excellent chicken pot pie).
A favorite of mine is the Elephant Bar, featuring a 24-foot long gorgeous mahogany bar. The cocktails by Leo Robitschek really must be tasted to be believed, perhaps late at night after your rehearsal dinner?
If you feel like leaving the hotel (though really, why would you?) you might want to check out Hanjan, Eataly, Sushi Seki, Keens Steakhouse, Marta, Turntable Chicken Jazz, and Eleven Madison Park. All are amazing dining choices! For a great bar, check out The Cannibal, Cork Buzz, Raines Law Room (HIGHLY recommended), Dear Irving, the Old Town Bar, and Middle Branch.
There actually IS. Dan White offers up an interactive experience for magic-loving New Yorkers - I highly recommend you check him out!
Surround yourself with 71 others at this intimate magic show, completely with excellent cocktails, a phenomenal vintage New York vibe, and a true trip into another world.
(Eat the sweet and savory popcorn, you won't regret it).
The NoMad actually has over 4,000 square feet of spaces for indoor and outdoor events. You can exchange your vows in a private rooftop garden, the dine and dance with the city at your feet. The vantage points from the rooftop are incredible, with sweeping skyline views (especially of the nearby Empire State Building!)
If you're getting married at the NoMad, or considering getting ready here for your wedding, I'd love to hear from you!
Location: 335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003.Keywords: New York City (69), The Bowery Hotel (10). 1/640; f/5.6; ISO 800; 175.0 mm.