Earlier last month, I was given the opportunity to get a sneak peak into the NoMad Hotel as the European-style – with a hint of sophistication – establishment was preparing for their grand opening. Sitting atop the newly renovated Park MGM (previously Monte Carlo) this establishment has also opened The Bar, The NoMad Restaurant, The NoMad Pool (Spring 2019) and an exclusive Casino.

STAY

Unlike other rooms and suites on the Las Vegas Strip, NoMad incorporates timelessness with sophistication married with a European touch. Designer and architect Jacques Garcia delivers an at-home feel with non-strip, Las Vegas desert photos hanging in each of the 293 rooms and daring hardwood floors to accompany eccentric furniture pieces.

NoMad rooms and suites also provide a different take on the bathroom. Like most European homes, the washroom and toilet are kept separate. You will find this feature in most of the 293 rooms and suites as well. I experienced this nifty feature when I stayed in my family’s condo in Sarcelles, France this past summer. I honestly did not believe a feature like that was legitimate until I walked into several of the NoMad rooms. 

The washroom is located separate from the water closet and nearest the front door. 

Perfectly convenient for emergencies if you ask me. 

This bathtub sits directly adjacent to the king-sized bed (all the beds are kings – fit for royalty

On hardwood floors…

If that isn’t a cool factor, then I don’t know what is.

Another elegant, yet very modern, touch are the Carrara marble mosaic tile floors found in the miniature foyer areas and bathrooms (or “water closets”). If the pedestal bathtubs don’t impress you, the marble sure will. 

EAT

The innovative NoMad brand comes fully equipped with a restaurant and bar, both including impressive dining and beverage options that are out of this city. What is Vegas without a place for foodies from all over to gather? Before heading to On The Record, a new nightclub and speakeasy opening downstairs from NoMad at ParkMGM on New Year’s Eve 2018, you can stop by The Bar for a few signature cocktails and small bite (or bites) to eat.

For something a little more filling than small bites and cocktails, head to The NoMad Restaurant for dinner or event something a little sweet. The Restaurant is a library-inspired space accompanied with a large bar and several private spaces. 

If The Restaurant doesn’t give you major Beauty and the Beast vibes, I don’t know what will. 

Luckily enough, a kind host allowed me to take a sneak peak at The Restaurant before opening hours to take a quick tour. 

If you ever find yourself having something a little sweeter, be sure to try Milk and Honey. It has REAL HONEY packed inside that vanilla ice cream goodness. *cue drooling* 

PLAY

Head downstairs and you’ll find the Hotel’s intimate gaming space fully equipped with its own high limit Baccarat, Roulette and Blackjack tables. Look up and you will find Tiffany glass ceilings to give the gaming area a whimsical, European feel. 

Photo from NoMad Las Vegas 

Opening Spring 2019 is the NoMad Pool inspired by Morocco’s Majorelle Gardens. If it is anything like any of the other pools on the Las Vegas Strip, you will find contemporary music and plenty of frozen cocktails.

Photo from NoMad Las Vegas

If you ever find yourself planning a trip to Las Vegas, consider staying in this boutique hotel within a hotel and you will not be disappointed. You will be guaranteed to feel right at home at The NoMad Hotel Las Vegas. 

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This post is not affiliated with MGM Resorts International®, Sydell Group© or the NoMad brand. 

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Posted by:Diana Haddad

A 20-something travel, fashion and food blogger

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