NoMad Las Vegas has officially opened its doors to the public bringing the "refinement of a European home" to Park MGM, the city’s newest resort.
Designed by French architect Jacques Garcia, NoMad Las Vegas has 293 rooms and suites, situated on the top four floors of Park MGM
"I am so pleased to be bringing our NoMad family to Las Vegas and can’t wait to share it with the world," said Andrew Zobler, founder & CEO of the Sydell Group.
NoMad Las Vegas marks the first Las Vegas culinary offerings from Humm and Guidara’s Make It Nice.
Their portfolio includes the NoMad hotels in New York and Los Angeles, Made Nice and the famed Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, which has garnered six James Beard Foundation Awards, has three Michelin stars, and was ranked the number one restaurant by the World’s 50 Best in 2017.
Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts international president, said "We have long admired the expertise of Sydell Group and Will and Daniel to create hotels and destinations that cultivate such a strong sense of place.
"Arriving at NoMad Las Vegas through its private entrance, you immediately feel transported to a world of romance and refinement, where you can craft an entirely new kind of Las Vegas experience for yourself."
The classical theatres of France inspire the design of NoMad Bar, an all-day dining destination with breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night menus curated by Chef Humm.
The first-ever NoMad Casino sits under the historic Tiffany glass ceiling that is original to the former Monte Carlo.
The high-limit gaming floor, with blackjack, baccarat and roulette, takes inspiration from the old-world glamour of European casinos and the hotel’s new home on the Las Vegas Strip.
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