French architect and interior designer Jacques Garcia designed the new NoMad Los Angeles hotel in collaboration with the Sydell Group -- responsible for The Line, The Ned and Freehand hotels.
Built inside the historic Giannini Place, this Italian-inspired hotel stayed true to the original design features of the former Bank of Italy building. With 214 rooms, an Italian all-day cafe, a rooftop pool, two restaurants, a bar and a signature library, this hotel is packed with high-end amenities. The interior design is made up of a clean color scheme with bold pops of color such as light blue and bright red.
The comfortable and luxurious guest rooms and one-of-a-kind dining experiences have made the new NoMad Los Angeles hotel an instant tourist attraction.
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