© NoMad / Photography: Benoît Linero

As a larger-than-life tinseltown, true sophistication was always hard to find in Las Vegas, but as of late, a haven with European flair has bowed on The Strip, adding an entirely new experience to the local hospitality scene. We’re talking NoMad Las Vegas, the newest outpost of the eponymous boutique hotel chain that previously opened in New York City and Los Angeles. Created by hospitality groups Sydell Group and Make It Nice, it’s perched on the top floors of the recently opened Park MGM, an affiliated property, but as said, offering an incomparable setting and feel. The interior design sees a renewed collab with Paris-based decor master Jacques Garcia who has infused the premises with an Old World elegance, albeit one inspired by Nevada‘s sandy planes.

Adding even more character to the settings are carefully curated artworks by French creative agency be-poles. The NoMad Las Vegas features 293 guestrooms and suites, each decorated with effortless savoir-faire, and oozing a style unprecedented in the city. Discerning guests won’t be disappointed by the custom furnishings, original artwork, fine Bellino linens, bathrooms with Carrara marble mosaic tile walk-in showers, custom-made Argan bath amenities, and large flat screen TVs, and many a room also features freestanding pedestal bathtubs and separate water closets. High-speed WiFi? Check. For those in search of a full-on NoMad Las Vegas immersion, the lavish Suite Royal Première is readily available. At 2,000 sq.ft. (186 sqm.), it has palatial dimensions and can accommodate up to six guests. The entertainment area includes a sizeable dining room, freestanding high-top bar and full sized billiard table.

Additionally, there are two full bathrooms and a separate water closet. Needless to say, this pad comes with all stylish bells and whistles, but on a grander scale. In a city brimming with top entertainment, the property holds its ground with excellent facilities that seamlessly extrapolate the hospitality formula. The Bar is an all day restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night, it’s a place where to leisurely sip a cocktail and a snack, or if you feel peckish, a more substantial meal. Situated in a lofty two-storey space, inspired by the Library of NoMad New York and oozing the feel of a private members club, is The Restaurant. Rows and rows of books in elegant timber bookcases form the backdrop of leather clad booths and additional seating arrangements lining the walls. A majestic chandelier dangles from the ceiling, adding to the theatrical sumptuousness of the space.

The menu is less fussy than you’d expect, featuring American classics, but a grand and continental way. Communal courses are served alongside a selection of salads, pastas, and entrees, complemented by large-format dishes for two. An being on The Strip, NoMad Las Vegas pitches in with its very own Casino, but obviously, in a distinctive way. Under the iconic Tiffany glass ceiling of the former Monte Carlo (now Park MGM), the casino is an intimate and refined space that mimics the bygone glamour of European casinos, offering high limit Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat. The Casino Bar dispenses expertly crafted cocktails in between gambling sprees. Opening next Spring is the pool and the poolside cafe and bar. Created as a garden-like oasis, inspired by the renowned Jardin Majorelle in Marrakesh, it offers a tranquil escape from the tinseltown’s hustle and bustle, offering tasty fare, cocktails, and a selection of wines along the way.

NoMad Las Vegas
3772 South Las Vegas Boulevard (The Strip)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Telephone: +1 702 7307000

© NoMad / Photography: Benoît Linero