$305 per night

Room2 guests
Los Angeles, California
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Located on the corner of 7th and Olive Street in Downtown L.A., NoMad Los Angeles continues in the spirit of the original NoMad in New York by taking residence in the historic building, Giannini Place. Originally built in the 1920s as the headquarters for The Bank of Italy, the building’s gold and blue Italianate lobby ceiling has been fully restored and serves as inspiration throughout. Honoring its rich history, NoMad naturally balances the integrity and character of the Neoclassical landmark with a contemporary California design sensibility.

As in New York, NoMad Los Angeles has collaborated with Jacques Garcia on the design and Chef Daniel Humm and Will Guidara on the restaurants, while adapting their approach to seamlessly blend into the vibrant tapestry of Downtown L.A.

Modern home with Living Room, Bench, Table, Wall Lighting, Floor Lighting, and Chair. Photo  of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bedroom, Medium Hardwood Floor, Bed, and Wall Lighting. Photo 2 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bath Room, Wall Mount Sink, Undermount Sink, Wall Lighting, and Marble Counter. Photo 3 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bedroom, Bed, Night Stands, Chair, and Wall Lighting. Photo 4 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bath Room and Freestanding Tub. Photo 5 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bedroom, Bed, and Wall Lighting. Photo 6 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Bedroom, Night Stands, Bed, and Wall Lighting. Photo 7 of NoMad Los Angeles
Modern home with Outdoor, Large Pools, Tubs, Shower, Large Patio, Porch, Deck, Swimming Pools, Tubs, Shower, and Rooftop. Photo 8 of NoMad Los Angeles

Credits

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Interior Design
  • Jacques Garcia
Photographer
  • NoMad Los Angeles

Overview

Structure
  • Hotel
  • Year
  • 1920