The NoMad Hotel
City Chic

Upon arrival, it's hard to believe this newly opened hotel—and latest dining hotspot—is tucked into one of New York's emerging neighborhoods. Along with well curated, apartment-like rooms based on the childhood dwellings of the hotel's designer, the Euro-bohemian feel is carried throughout the property, from the elaborate all-upholstered lobby desk and parlor lined with rich, pomegranate-hued carpet and armchairs, to the bar with an impressive 24-foot-long mahogany top, and the clubby duplex library lounge with a spiral staircase. Add to that the buzzy atrium restaurant, which packs in locals for its exhalted New American menu. The place exudes sophistication but still manages to maintain a coziness not found in many city hotels.

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