Las Vegas is no stranger to European influence, but its replicas of the Trevi Fountain, Eiffel Tower, and Rialto Bridge are more caricature than truth, more kitsch than Old World splendor. But now, with the opening of the , Sin City has its first authentic touch of European glamour. It's designed in collaboration with legendary French designer Jacques Garcia—the man behind the look of NoMad's two other outposts and the historic brasserie Fouquet’s in Paris—so what else was there to expect?
Opening today, the 293-room hotel, located within Park MGM, is home to an eponymous restaurant and bar, helmed by Swiss super-chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara. The restaurant serves up American cuisine, including the signature NoMad Roast Chicken, and the bar offers a curated drink menu created by acclaimed Bar Director Leo Robitschek.
“NoMad has always been at the intersection of old world style and service with a modern sensibility and fun,” says Andrew Zobler, founder and CEO of the Sydell Group, the parent company of the NoMad hotels collection. But perhaps what distinguishes this desert location from its east and west coast-based siblings is the first on-site NoMad Casino, featuring an original Tiffany glass ceiling, high-limit gaming floor, and ambience evocative of Old World casinos—think Monte Carlo.
If gambling is no dice, the hotel’s exclusive pool offers an escape from the roulette and blackjack tables. Inspired by Morocco’s iconic Majorelle Gardens, the outdoor oasis beckons guests to lounge poolside and indulge in a menu of frozen drinks.
So if you're looking for a stay that strips away the kitsch of Vegas—but leaves the glamour intact—the NoMad is your best bet.
Rooms from $199,