I am no stranger to Vegas. For the past nine years, I’ve visited Sin City in January for CES, and it is always a a fun and interesting time. I tend to see The Strip at least two times a year, and I am all the way acclimated the the bright lights and excitement of the city.
I’ve done almost everything one could do in Vegas, or so I thought. I was in for a treat.
Recently while accompanying my Will of Dawson Eats America for his influencer experience, I got to take a closer look at NoMad Las Vegas, a stylish and very haute and chic Manhattan-styled situation nestled between Park MGM, the T-Mobile Arena, and all of the goings on that busy enclave provides. NoMad Vegas isn’t like anything else on The Strip, as it has its own vibe and energy, which is more Big Apple and less Wayne Newton.
NoMad is a brand of luxury hotels located in London, New York, Los Angeles, and now Vegas, Baby. It’s swag is ridiculous with well-appointed fixtures, touches of velvet, clean lines, sophisticated style, dark ambiance, and has a bar that has a speakeasy feel. I can guarantee you that there’s nothing like it elsewhere in Vegas, and for that, it had me at hello.
The room in which we stayed was an upgraded suite complete with a window seat with plush pillows, two separate bathroom areas, a bar, NoMad King bed, and a bathtub that’s old school European.
Here’s what I liked:
Everything you need
The NoMad Vegas is like a little city of its own, and everything you could possibly need can be furnished for you at a moment’s notice. Within its walls are several restaurants as well as the NoMad Bar which is known to have a celeb or three perform there on a whim. Lady Gaga recently graced the NoMad Bar with her presence during her residency at Park MGM and her impromptu performance is still being talked about.
If you can’t find what you need at NoMad, then you can go right into its sister Park MGM property that has a expansive selection of restaurants, bars, and nightlife.
The NoMad pool accommodations are unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. It’s a rooftop pool, yes, but with stunning views, cabanas aplenty, a deejay area, hot tub and plenty of other accouterments, there’s no need to go anywhere else.
NoMad Las Vegas is a grown and sexy type of hotel with a sleek feel. As a working mom, I love to spend time with my kids. But when I am in Vegas and doing adult things, I want to truly feel that I am with the grown-ish set. I enjoyed the adult feel of the place and didn’t feel like it was trying to appeal to families. If a family vibe is what I want, there are plenty of hotels on The Strip that offer that. But if you are looking for a kid-less jaunt. NoMad Vegas is that kind of look.
I am not mad at my experience at NoMad and I look forward to visiting again during another stint in Vegas. I also look forward to visiting their New York and Los Angeles location as well. If they are anything like the Las Vegas property, then I am going to fall in love.
Need food recommendations for your stay at NoMad Vegas or Park MGM? Check out Dawson Eats America’s coverage for the deets and some inspo.