The NoMad is a swanky boutique hotel that is located on the corner of Broadway and 28th Street in New York City. The historic, beaux arts building houses 168 rooms and 14 suites, which are all impeccably decorated and gives off an old world charm that is surely missed in today’s contemporary world.

In every room there is free WiFi, hardwood floors, handmade rugs, walk-in showers, along with original artwork. The contemporary elements include large flat screen TVs and iPhone docking stations. What’s more in some of the rooms, you’ll find an amazing clawfoot tub that we suggest you take advantage of after a long day of exploring the city. Downstairs at the hotel’s restaurant you’ll be spoiled with a selection of seasonal dishes that are skillfully prepared by head chef, Daniel Humm, who is a former recipient of the three michelin stars award. At night, you must visit their Library lounge or sit at their 24-ft long mayo, which serves up deliciously cocktails.

Style: King-size room.

Staff: Courteous and attentive.

Average room price: $337/plus taxes

Room: The oversized room is 440 square feet with a king size bed and large windows reveals the corner of 28th Street and Broadway.

Lobby: The lobby of the Nomad is reminiscent of the beaux art era. It is calmingly dark and well appointed.

Marcus Troy Rating: 10/10

Address: 1170 Broadway & 28th Street, New York, NY, 10001

Phone: +1-212-796-1500

Visit them at online at The NoMad Hotel.


Photography: Jon Carlo Tapia

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