The first international outpost from the The NoMad Hotel brand finally opens its doors in London’s West End this week (25 May).
Located in Covent Garden, opposite The Royal Opera House, NoMad London is located in the Grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station.
This hotel offers 91 rooms including 21 suites, centred around several dining and drinking spaces. At the heart of the hotel, The NoMad Restaurant is housed in a lush, light-filled atrium.
Side Hustle is NoMad’s version of a British pub with a New York edge, serving a menu of sharing plates paired with an agave-based list of spirits created by legendary mixologist Leo Robitschek and the award-winning NoMad Bar team.
The Library is the living room of the hotel where guests can enjoy light fare, coffee and tea, and cocktails. Opening at a later date will be Common Decency, described as a subterranean “East London style craft cocktail bar complemented by elements of West End establishments”.
NoMad London also offers over 9,000 square feet of elegant and adaptable space for weddings, events, meetings and private dining. The building’s original Magistrates’ Courtroom, now the Magistrates’ Ballroom, has been re-imagined as a formal space with two adjacent private dining rooms, a separate bar, and a dedicated entrance from the street using the original courtroom’s entrance.
The property is the Sydell Group’s second venture in London, following the company’s partnership with Ron Burkle and Soho House to open The Ned.
Following government guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NoMad London will adhere to regulations, including the appropriate PPE for restaurant and hotel personnel.