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We stayed at The Nomad during an event in LA earlier in November. As soon as we walked in the colors of the upholstery and the beautiful plants really lifted our spirits. Every staff member we encountered really went out of their way to make...More
I had the opportunity to stay at the brand new NoMad last week and it did not disappoint! Beautiful interiors coupled with great service and delicious drinks and food = the perfect space to stay when visiting LA. The lobby bar/restaurant had a fun crowd...More
It's a very cool place. Nice vibe, decent facilities, courteous staff. Just not a place to sleep. The windows are not double glazed, so it sounds exactly like the window is open to a very busy street. Roof top pool/bar is great. Exercise room is...More
Response from Stay755887, Guest Relations Manager at The NoMad Hotel Los AngelesResponded 5 days ago
We're so sorry to hear that you did not have a restful stay with us. I wanted to mention that we do have various room configurations at the hotel which are off the street and quieter. In addition, we are currently soundproofing all guest room...More
We picked the NoMad for this past weekend for it’s convenient location to a music festival about 4 blocks away and its design flair, cleanliness, pool, and promise of a bathtub! This hotel is situated in DTLA, an epicenter between the Jewelry district, the theatre...More
Arrived well before check-in time after a 13+ hour flight from Sydney and the staff were delighted to find me a room despite the early hour (7 a.m.). The room is beautiful, the bed is comfortable and the shower has plenty of hot water at...More
NOW OPEN On the vibrant corner of 7th and Olive Street in Downtown LA, the NoMad Los Angeles continues in the spirit of the original NoMad Hotel in New York taking residence in the historical Giannini Building. …MoreDesigned by French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, every room is appointed with custom-designed furnishings, original artwork curated by Paris-based design studio be-poles, Bellino linens, and large flat screen TVs. Many rooms also feature freestanding pedestal bathtubs and separate water closets. The NoMad Los Angeles will house the first restaurants and bars outside of Manhattan from Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, the team behind The NoMad New York City and Eleven Madison Park currently ranked No. 1 on the “World’s 50 Best” restaurants. Less
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US$242 - US$526 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United States > California > Los Angeles > Downtown / Central L.A
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Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
Response from getawaymike | Reviewed this property |
Los Angeles and San Francisco unfortunately have a high population of homelessness. However, the hotel is in Downtown Los Angeles, which is rapidly gentrifying. Listen, if you are visiting a major city, homelessness is part... More
Los Angeles and San Francisco unfortunately have a high population of homelessness. However, the hotel is in Downtown Los Angeles, which is rapidly gentrifying. Listen, if you are visiting a major city, homelessness is part of the experience. That said, the hotel is gorgeous and we felt safe and unbothered. Hotel security is tight & the rooftop pool is an oasis.