NoMad has finally opened up shop in Las Vegas, marking the third properly in the luxury hotel collection thus far. If you’ve already been in Las Vegas, you probably know just how many hotels there are in Sin City. However, very few of them offer something for folks who don’t want the standard Vegas treatment.
Enter NoMad, which delivers a much more refined option than the usual fare. Hidden inside Park MGM, the NoMad hotel obviously has its own casino inside, but it’ll be unlike the hundreds, if not thousands, of casinos you’ll find peppered throughout the city. It will have a much more intimate affair with a focus on high limit Roulette, Blackjack, and Baccarat. You’ll also be served crafted cocktails from Leo Robitschek, and be able to bask in an ambience inspired by European casinos.
The NoMad Hotel is fairly large. There will be 293 rooms available for booking, each one designed by legendary architect Jacques Garcia. They’ll contain, among other things, custom furnishings, curated artwork by Paris design studio, be-poles, and freestanding pedestal bathtubs. The smallest one will have around 406 square feet of space, while the priciest ones can reach a whopping 2,000 square feet of luxurious space.
The hotel’s restaurant is scheduled to open in November. It will mainly serve American dishes, courtesy of chef Daniel Humm’s menu. The NoMad Bar will also offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There will also be live jazz in the evenings. You can check out NoMad Las Vegas’ website now to see rooms available for booking.