The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad officially opened its doors recently, soaring 50 stories above Madison Square Park.
“The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad represents a milestone moment in the evolution of The Ritz-Carlton brand,” said Donna McNamara, vice president and global brand leader, The Ritz-Carlton. “With an exquisite design that blends the best of the brand and the destination, combined with the finest amenities, culinary offerings, and highly personalized service, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad delivers an experience tailored to today’s luxury guest. I know that travelers and locals alike will enjoy settling into Nubeluz, our rooftop bar, for spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline.”
Housed in one of the tallest buildings in the NoMad neighborhood, the new property boasts an impressive art collection and seasonal floral installations alongside 219 guestrooms, including 31 suites, and 16 one- and two-bedroom penthouse residences. Guestrooms and public spaces showcase floral expressions, paying homage to the hotel’s Flower District location. On the 37th floor lies the 2,100-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite, with views of Manhattan, a private wellness room, living and dining areas and more. Diptyque amenities can be found in all rooms.
“I am honored to be leading a talented team of Ladies & Gentlemen as we open our doors to guests and locals alike in this everchanging and dynamic community,” said Bastian Germer, general manager, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. “We are excited to bring Manhattan a quintessential, yet freshly re-imagined, New York experience.”
Michelin-starred chef José Andrés’s Zaytinya restaurant serves mezze and creative cocktails. On the hotel’s rooftop, Nubeluz features classic and signature cocktails, light bites and an array of Tablas for guests to build boards of jamon, queso and more, complemented by skyline views. Later this year, The Bazaar by José Andrés will debut. The hotel also offers The Lobby Lounge and Bar, The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge and The Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fitness Center with eight treatment rooms.
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