Now taking reservations, the highly anticipated Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad hotel, is opening its doors in early 2022 to the tune of $508 million. The hotel is located in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood (North of Madison Square Park, hence “NoMad”), which grew in popularity in 2009 when Ace Hotel opened. Since, many buzzing hotels and restaurants have made NoMad a hip area for young people.
Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad hotel is newly built from the ground up and, over 500 feet high, is slated to be one of the tallest buildings in the area. Guests will have views of the Empire State Building, down to the Statue of Liberty.
Located at Broadway and 28th street, the hotel is steps away from Madison Square Park, Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, Koreatown, Union Square and a short walk to the Highline.
The hotel will offer 250 guestrooms and suites (including Club Level rooms). Suites start at 800 square feet, most with views of downtown Manhattan. Standard rooms and Club Level rooms start at 400 square feet.
For food and beverage, guests can expect restaurants and bars by Michelin-starred celebrity chef José Andrés, including Zaytinya, offering an innovative mezze menu inspired by Turkish, Greek and Lebanese cuisines served up in a sleek and modern setting by Rockwell Group. A new iteration of the high-end avant-garde dining destination, the Bazaar, will launch later in 2022.
Andrés will also oversee the hotel’s the rooftop bar, where guests can drink 500 feet in the air, as well as in-room dining, banquet events including weddings and more.
Guests at Ritz-Carlton New York Nomad Hotel will also have access to the hotel’s signature 6,800 sq ft Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fitness Center including eight treatment rooms, sauna and steam rooms, and a sprawling 10,000 sq ft of meetings and events space.
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