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Designed as a modern take on a Parisian flat (the city of love!), The NoMad Hotel calls a fully restored Beaux-Arts building home. Though New Yorkers and visitors flock to the restaurant and the... Read More
Designed as a modern take on a Parisian flat (the city of love!), The NoMad Hotel calls a fully restored Beaux-Arts building home. Though New Yorkers and visitors flock to the restaurant and the hotel's library bar, the rooms are masterpieces in their own rights. Decked out with original artwork, clawfoot bathtubs and Mahogany French writing desks, the 168 guest rooms feel less like a hotel and more like home. For the ultimate in romantic luxury, book the Suite Royale, 1800-square-feet of indoor/outdoor space with a separate entrance and a private terrace. Downstairs, Chef Daniel Humm keeps guests fed with signature dishes like the roast chicken stuffed with foie gras. After all, what's more romantic than food that's finger-licking good?
New York, NY 10001
- Best for Romantic Hotels Because: Everything about this hotel--the bar, the food, the clientele, the clawfoot tubs, is romantic.
- Best for Luxury Hotels Because: It's more modern than the other luxury hotels in the city, but every bit as glamorous.
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