Built in the centure old Beauz Arts Building in New York City, The James NoMad Hotel is within walking distance of classic tourist attractions such as the Empire State Building.
Built in the century-old Beaux Arts Building, the James NoMad hotel was designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, who decided to steadily mix a modern aesthetic with warm and charming furniture. With eclectic mixes of details such as upholstered wall panels, stained oak finishes and custom terrazzo flooring, the hotel has is a unique tourist attraction for design lovers. The bathroom in each guest room has wood-trimmed vanities that are topped with individually carved out marble blocks.
The James NoMad hotel is set to open a luxurious restaurant run by Jorge Espinoza in the lobby.
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