NoMad London takes residence inside the historic, grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. A collaboration with New York-based interior design studio Roman and Williams, the transformation of the storied 19th century building draws inspiration from its history and location in Covent Garden, as well as exploring the artistic and cultural connection between London and New York.
23 Bow Street Westminster London WC2E 7AW United Kingdom
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What a glorious building - well renovated and stylish. Service was 5* plus. Rooms were very well-appointed and comfortable. The library and bar are some of the nicest spaces I have every had a drink in.
Stunning. Everything about the experience was stunning. The beautiful decor and ambience of the hotel and restaurant was like being transported into another world. The food was beautiful. Everything was created to perfection and arrived in perfect time. For me what made this place amazing was the staff. The staff were so attentive, I was treated so well, for someone who dines alone this makes all the difference when the service is excellent. I dine out every night in Londons best restaurants and this is definitely up there with the best. I will definitely be back
On the 27th January I decided to try out the cafe at Nomed hotel for brunch, I must say the interior designs were very pleasing. The main reason I wanted to write a review was for the customer service. I would like to say a special big thank you to Akosh, one of the best customer service I have ever experienced. Not only was he polite, heart warming and full of positive energy he even went above beyond for us. He explained the dishes really well and even recommended us to visit the opera house. What a credit he is to your team, Akosh I just want to say that I hope you keep smiling and keep on spreading your positive energy to everyone. I will definitely come back to visit again! Thank you Akosh : )