NoMad London is a boutique hotel set within the Grade II-listed former Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. The hotel offers 19th-century architectural grandeur and New York-inspired interior design in the vibrant Covent Garden in central London.
This inaugural European outpost of the NoMad brand is a design marvel, a result of the collaboration with Roman and Williams. The hotel's interiors are a trove of over 1,600 artworks featuring American post-war art and captivating old photos of Covent Garden. The Magistrates' Ballroom, with its stunning dark-sky mural, is a testament to the hotel's commitment to distinctive and evocative design.
Accommodations in NoMad London strike a balance between the opulence of the public spaces and a more personal, intimate atmosphere. Rooms are adorned with hardwood floors, custom-blown glass lighting, and a rich collection of art and decorative pieces. Classic rooms offer straightforward elegance, while Superior rooms and suites provide added indulgence with features like freestanding claw-foot bathtubs.
The NoMad Restaurant, within a glass conservatory, serves a variety of meals, including the traditional Sunday Roast. Side Hustle offers a relaxed setting, focusing on Mexican-inspired cuisine, and The Library is an ideal spot for light refreshments. For evening leisure, Common Decency, the subterranean bar, serves up engaging cocktails and lively music. Although there isn’t a pool or spa, the hotel provides a compact gym and treatment rooms, collaborating with well-known wellness brands Ricari Studios and de Mamiel.