What We Love
- Whimsical interiors by famous designer Benjamin Noriega Ortiz
- Marble bathrooms have Molton Brown products
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- The downstairs club is being redesigned
- Classic Rooms start at 200 square feet
- Many Deluxe Rooms have showers with large glass walls; not for the shy
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
The NOMO SOHO (NoMo meaning nostalgic and modern) is an it-destination in the heart of stylish SoHo. Inspired by Jean Cocteau’s cinematic interpretation of the tale of “La Belle et la Bête” (Beauty and the Beast), designer Benjamin Noriega Ortiz casts a fairy tale spell in the lobby with feathery blue pendants, umbrella lamps, and silver lanterns reflected in mirrored tables and outsize silver urns. The playful wonderland continues in Italian NoMo Kitchen where a Deborah Lippman–designed glass sculpture hovers above the lush greenhouse-style dining room. Hallways lined in antique sconces and silver mirrors lead to “sleeping chambers,” where white platform beds and chrome nightstands appear to float cloud-like on the royal blue carpet. Walls are art-free, keeping the focus on the city views framed by 10-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows. Marble bathrooms have Molton Brown products and, in Deluxe Rooms, peep-show showers with glass windows giving you a view of SoHo (and SoHo of you). Set in a greenhouse lit by chandeliers dripping in crystals, NoMo Kitchen, formerly Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar, serves up a taste of the Amalfi Coast in SoHo with modern Italian fare like salt-crusted branzino with stinging nettles and limoncello sauce.
In the Area
You’re in Manhattan’s premier shopping district, so flex that plastic at homegrown boutiques like 3.1 Phillip Lim and Rag & Bone, on Mercer Street, and Alexander Wang, on Grand Street. Refuel with the brunch crowds over eggs Florentine at French icon Balthazar or over baked eggs with barbecue short ribs at The Dutch. Order up a side of culture with the contemporary exhibits at the New Museum or over the art house flicks at Sunshine or Angelika movie theaters. Then grab a cocktail at punk rock speakeasy the Mulberry Project, where bartenders create concoctions based on the liquor you like and whatever fruits and herbs they have from the green markets or SoHo.
How to Get There
gorgeous and clean and modern hotel, it's new, and hip and cool., easy checkin, great view. we booked a room for 2 for $130 on hoteltonight. add $30 for taxes. then $49 for hotel fee. fine.
30 mins after i checked out, my visa was charged $113.
i called, on hold for 15 mins, asked them why, on hold again another 15 mins,
then they said it was a mistake. no apology, no explanation.
so watch out.
I stayed at the Nomo Soho hotel on June 17th and I had a great experience. Angie at the front desk was very warm and accommodating. The corner room view from the 24th floor was breathtaking. We didn't eat at the restaurant but it was also very pretty. Would definitely stay here again.
The hotel is nice, modern, and on a great location. Staff was friendly, however we had to wait 45 minutes for our luggage to be delivered to our room after we checked in. This was tough especially with a one year old who needed to be changed and napped. We didn’t experience the restaurant, but it looked nice. I would stay again purely because of the location, but the price is pretty steep.
after a long day just walking around, had to stop to res my feet and leave the shop bags down and sip a good cocktail without paying crazy price.
great bar and atmosphere, bartender was very attentive, good spirit selections.
We had the luck to be recommended to try out this hotel,
Witch not only is located in a super area. Easy to get to shops and night life!
But, the in-house services it is what impressed us the most. Breakfast it’s a must.
Staff very friendly and and kind
good cocktails, some of the best mezcal based one I have tried.
Check out their restaurant and don’t miss he cacio e Pepe