One thing that London is not short on is beautiful and luxurious hotels. In almost every corner of the city, you’ll find a historic old building that has been given a new lease of life by one of the world’s top names in hospitality.
This week, it was the turn of The NoMad Hotel group to make their way across the Atlantic to open their first property outside of America.
The NoMad Hotel London is located in the tourist hotspot of Covent Garden and can boost the Royal Opera House as a next-door neighbour. Talk about a fancy neighbourhood.
For their first European hotel, NoMad has mixed their signature aesthetic with a little bit of that old English charm and with just 91 rooms, they’ve maintained an intimate feel.
As with all NoMad properties, dining is a big focus and their main restaurant, ‘The NoMad’, commands a central space within an impressive and spacious three-storey atrium.
Rules permitting, I’m booked to stay in The NoMad Las Vegas at Park MGM later this year but an overnight stay here is going right to the top of my wishlist too!