The NoMad Hotel: New York’s Most Magical Hotel
By Larry Olmsted
I’ve stayed twice in the past year at the NoMad Hotel in New York City, once as a guest of the property and once incognito as a paying customer. Both times I was impressed.
There are a lot of hotels in a lot of different styles and price points in New York, but the NoMad is pretty one of a kind, which is hard to do in such a crowded market.
For starters, the NoMad has a great location on Broadway in the Flatiron District, close to so many things of interest to visitors, including Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, the new Hudson Yards, Madison Square Park, Bryant Park, Greenwich Village and much more – it’s in the middle of a big ring of great walking distance neighborhoods, from midtown to downtown, east and west, all easily accessed … Read More
Award-winning travel journalist Larry Olmsted is the author of “Real Food, Fake Food.” He is a Contributing Editor to US Airways Magazine and Cigar Aficionado Magazine and “The Great Life” columnist for Forbes.com.