Opening late May 2021, NoMad London will take residence in the heart of Covent Garden inside the historic, grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station, located directly across from the famed Royal Opera House. As NoMad’s first presence outside the United States, NoMad London will continue to offer a culture of gracious hospitality combined with understated elegance and comfort.
NoMad London offers over 800 sm / 9,000 sf of elegant and adaptable space for weddings and events from six to 120 guests. The building’s original Magistrates’ Courtroom, now the Magistrates' Ballroom, has been re-imagined as a formal space with it’s own private separate bar. Two further spaces, The Fielding and De Veil Rooms, provide the perfect backdrop for intimate private dining and cocktail receptions. The spaces have a dedicated entrance from the street using the original courtroom’s entrance.
Designed by New York-based interior design team Roman and Williams, the 91 rooms and suites at NoMad London pay homage to the decorative traditions of England’s heritage while bearing a unique New York sensibility. Richly layered, the walls house eclectic objects and antiques representing a life well-traveled paired with custom-designed furniture forging a space that imbues both comfort and grandeur.
NoMad London will feature several food and beverage spaces, including a casually elegant all-day restaurant set inside a lushly landscaped atrium with a soaring glass ceiling; a neighbourhood bar and restaurant on the corner where the entrance to the police station once stood; a classic NoMad Library space reserved for guests of the hotel; and an intimate lounge where the coal vaults once lived.