Newly built from the ground up and one of the tallest buildings in the area, the hotel boasts spectacular views from the Empire State Building down to the Statue of Liberty, and is just steps away from Madison Square Park, the Flatiron Building, and a short walk to the Highline.
Situated on Tin Pan Alley at Broadway & 28th street in the North of Madison neighborhood, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad is steeped in history but feels thoroughly modern. Guests can enjoy easy access to everything that makes it a memorable destination, including innovative food and beverage, unforgettable arts, family-friendly attractions, and world-class shopping.
Once the location of some of the first luxury hotels in New York, this neighborhood was the meeting place for the Gilded Age elite and, later, for music publishers and songwriters. NoMad later became known as Tin Pan Alley, source of the famed music from The Wizard of Oz. In 1913, the neighborhood was home to the infamous 69th Regiment Armory Art Show that introduced modern art to the American public, forever changing the American art scene.
Developed by Flag Luxury Group and designed by world-renowned design teams including Rafael Viñoly Architects, Rockwell Group, Lázaro Rosa-Violán Studio, and Martin Brudnizki, the 250-key hotel is conceived as a pillar of Manhattan’s renowned Floral District, drawing inspiration from its rich history and the beauty of nature. Suites offer expansive living spaces filled with bespoke furnishings and artwork alongside breathtaking views across the city’s most iconic sights.
The hotel boasts legendary restaurants and bars by internationally acclaimed chef José Andrés, including Zaytinya, offering an innovative mezze menu inspired by Turkish, Greek and Lebanese cuisines served up in a sleek and modern setting, The Bazaar, a new iteration of the high-end avant-garde dining destination, and the rooftop bar, where guests can drink 500 feet in the air.
The hotel also offers the signature 6,800 sq ft Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fitness Center including eight treatment rooms, sauna & steam rooms, and a sprawling 10,000 sq ft of meetings and events space.
A large public garden and open terraces feature greenery and trees, offering a unique element of nature in New York City. Two ballrooms offer groups an attractive setting for corporate and social gatherings. Nearby, Madison Square Park – a public space since 1686 – provides guests the opportunity to enjoy a full schedule of cultural, culinary and family events.