London, United Kingdom
NoMad Hotel London
Where New York Meets London
What we think
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The NoMad London recently opened in the heart of Covent Garden inside the historic grade II-listed building, famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station. Featuring 91 well appointed guestrooms including 13 suites this property also offers various dining options including in-room dining and a small fitness center. The NoMad Hotel offers a wide variety of restaurants ranging from classic cuisine to Mexican sharing fare. For guests only, The Library Bar features light fare in an intimate setting. Providing guests with a sense of comfort and ease is at the core of the NoMad experience. The property achieves this by extending its signature thoughtfulness in design and service to increased measures of health and safety. The hotels residential and public spaces lend a sense of comfort and social connection without compromising responsible measures in a post-Covid world. For your safety enjoy digital checkin/out at the property.
Restaurants & Bars
The NoMad Restaurant - offers an eclectic menu, with a focus on local and regional bounty from farm, field and coast
Side Hustle - NoMad’s take on the classic British pub showcasing the flavors of Mexico along with classic and contemporary British, European and American offerings
The Library - offers light fare through breakfast and lunch and small plates during the evening, as well as coffee and tea by day, cocktails and wine by night