Everybody likes a good walkabout now and then. But it’s nice to come back home, too. Or maybe to a place that you wish were your home. Consider NoMad LA: On the vibrant corner of 7th and Olive Street in Downtown LA, the NoMad Los Angeles continues in the spirit of the original NoMad Hotel in New York taking residence in the historical Giannini Building.
Originally built in the 1920s as the headquarters for The Bank of Italy, the building’s gold and blue Italianate lobby ceiling has been fully restored and serves as inspiration throughout. Honoring its rich history, The NoMad Downtown LA Hotel naturally balances the integrity and character of the Neoclassical landmark with a contemporary California design sensibility.
It houses the first restaurants and bars outside of Manhattan from Chef Daniel Humm from The NoMad New York City and Eleven Madison Park, The World's 50 Best #1 Restaurant in 2017.
Inspired by local ingredients and the vibrant culture and traditions of Los Angeles, NoMad offers a variety of options for dining, drinking and socializing in the heart of this dynamic neighborhood.
Anchored in their approach to both cuisine and hospitality, the restaurants are refined yet approachable; complemented by a world-class wine program and innovative and distinguished cocktails.
The NoMad Los Angeles offers 241 rooms and suites, plus 10,000-square feet of meeting and event space, including a rooftop pool and gathering space overlooking Downtown. State-of-the-art audio and visual equipment and turn-key event planning services are available, along with specially-catered menus by Chef Humm.
With sweeping views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline, the Rooftop features an outdoor café, cocktail bar, and a lushly landscaped pool area. The pool is reserved for hotel guests from sunrise to sunset (and available for private events), while the café and bar is open to the public all-day.
So if you’ve had enough of wanderlust and want a place to kick back and relax for your next private event, check out NoMad LA.