Whoever has the privilege of staying at Nomo Soho Hotel will soon realize the hotel has many to offer its guests
Let’s see which boxes Nomo Soho Hotel ticks:
Bustling artful neighborhood? Check.
Decor signed by famous interiors designer? Check.
NY skyline views from bed? Check.
Lots of instagram opportunities? Check.
Trendy all day restaurant/bar? Check.
And that’s not all. Because whoever has the privilege of staying at Nomo Soho Hotel will soon realize the hotel has many more services to offer its guests.
Personally I stayed there during my recent visit to New York for the 60th anniversary of Dove, together with many media people and influencers that had been invited for the celebration event.
All in sleek white and light blue palette (matching the colors of the Brand that invited us) the rooms have the wow factor. The floor to ceiling windows with the jaw dropping New York view is clearly something that allows you to forget the 12 hour flight and feel enthusiastic that you are going to wake up to this the next 4 days.
It was not my first visit to New York so I enjoyed staying off-center in the heart of Soho which entails all designer boutiques, cool restaurants and cafes, Dean and DeLuca and Daniel Ancel Bakery (the famous house of cronut) are within walking distance….
But before going for walks in my beloved Soho , I wanted to explore Nomo Soho Hotel.
A fairy tale with its cinema adaptation is what lies behind the inspiration of the acclaimed interior designer Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. That is Jean Cocteau’s 1946 French film “La Belle et la Bête”. Indeed, the oft-photographed, insta-famous entrance to the hotel – an arched passageway lined with ivy and sparking lights – has an obvious fairy tale reference resembling an enchanted forest.
While the reception area is on the 1st floor, the lobby and the buzzing Nomo Kitchen (the hotel’s restaurant) is what you find on the ground floor, once you have walked through the leafy arcade.
I get always fascinated by a hotel full of artful touches. There is nothing better than being for a few days among beautiful works of art. In the lobby and the Nomo Kitchen you will admire iconic ‘80s-era photos on the walls—one of which is Madonna and Beat writer William Burrough as well as funky, modern art like James Goldcrown’s Bleeding Hearts. There is also a compilation of vintage telephones and a hidden bookshelf wall which leads you to a more private lobby and the Library Bar. Along with the ambience and a creative menu, Nomo Kitchen has what a visitor with high expectations and great taste can ask for.
No matter how fabulous all the public spaces are, the hotel gives you a lot of reasons to stay in the room. First of all, there is this city view, the spectacular Manhattan skyline that I personally wanted to watch all day long from my bed, with every kind of light. And then, this unbelievably comfortable bedding which makes it all even more worthy.
From the yummy avocado toast served at breakfast to the neon light signs and from the fairy tale mirrors at the corridors to the witty do not disturb signs, there are many more to discover about Nomo Soho Hotel, so go ahead, click on the gallery below and enjoy a tour to this cool hotel.