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This is a beautiful boutique-style hotel right in downtown LA. Our room was small, but luxurious and unique. I was especially obsessed with the marble and brass bathroom.
We didn't dine in the restaurant or spend time on the roof because it was oddly cold...More
I had the opportunity to stay at the brand new NoMad last week and it did not disappoint! Beautiful interiors coupled with great service and delicious drinks and food = the perfect space to stay when visiting LA. The lobby bar/restaurant had a fun crowd...More
The hotel, designed by Jacques Garciam and located in an old 1920s Italian bank is lush, beautiful and oh so stylish. The rooms were elegant and beautiful with deco lamps, blue and gold and original art work. We were there for a romantic night away...More
Management response:Responded 3 days ago
Thank you for your review. We're so happy to hear you enjoyed your evening. We hope to see you back another time soon.
-Carolyn, Director of Guest Experience
I really liked this hotel. The staff was very nice and the rooms were excellent. The only issue that I had during my stay is the street noise heard through the old windows. If you're a light sleeper I would suggest bringing earplugs but other...More
Management response:Responded 6 days ago
Thank you for your review. We're happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us. We're sorry to hear that the street noise was a disturbance during your stay. I did want to mention that we are currently in the process of soundproofing all...More
Food and drinks on-point. Not surprising given the pros behind F&B. Pandan Express cocktail is the best. Architecture/design full of really cool details. There's so much interesting art down the hotel room hallways it slowed me (a proud NYC fast walker) down.
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
We parked on the street which was easy cuz it was the weekend. The hotel valet parking was quite pricey. If you want to save money there are a number of public parking garages within a few blocks of the hotel which are... More
We parked on the street which was easy cuz it was the weekend. The hotel valet parking was quite pricey. If you want to save money there are a number of public parking garages within a few blocks of the hotel which are significantly cheaper.
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"The hotel is in the shape of a U. The inside rooms don't have a view, but the outside rooms probably get..."