Echoing the spirit of its New York predecessor, the NoMad Los Angeles hotel takes up residence in a historic building. Here, it’s the former HQ of The Bank of Italy – Giannini Place – that lends its neo-classical charms to the contemporary hotel experience. Standing sentinel on the corner of 7th Street and Olive in the heart of Downtown LA, this architectural landmark has turned heads since the 1920s. And the impressive façade is matched inside by the fully-restored gold and blue Italianate lobby ceiling whose colour palette inspires interiors throughout the hotel.
Luxury holidays to The NoMad Los Angeles
The design was led by Jacques Garcia, with Will Guidara and chef Daniel Humm heading up the restaurants. It’s the same team with which the hotel collaborated on the New York NoMad hotel, so their pedigree speaks for itself. The synthesis of New York cool and LA history coupled with the NoMad brand’s luxury sensibility is the winning combination that has caught the attention of A-listers, jet setters and luxury holidaymakers from around the world. Curated spaces, from bespoke guest-room furnishings to Moorish tiling and lavish bar areas, keep luxury travel’s most discerning clientele satisfied at The NoMad Los Angeles.
Amenities at The NoMad Los Angeles
Rooms number 241 at this sleek city hideaway. Each one is adorned with original artwork by Paris-based studio Be-poles, with linens and robes by Bellion. You’ll also find flat screen TVs, Terrazzo-floored walk-in showers and fully-stocked minibars (charges apply) as standard, and some rooms feature pedestal baths. A nightly turn-down service is available on request. One of The NoMad LA’s standout features is its popular rooftop pool, where an outdoor café, cocktail bar and landscaped terrace welcome swimmers and sunbathers alongside panoramic views of Downtown LA’s iconic skyline. Guests stopping by The NoMad Los Angeles on a Kenwood Travel fly-drive holiday can valet-park their hire car for $48 per night (exclusive of 10% city tax).