Perched atop the highest four floors of Sin City’s Park MGM hotel—a social hub that brings a boutique, city feel to resort scale—NoMad Las Vegas offers the refinement of a European home, its 293 rooms and suites residential in style with bespoke furnishings, artwork curated by Paris-based design studio be-poles, Italian Bellino linens, and steamer trunks transformed into minibars.
Created by Sydell Group in partnership with Make It Nice, the decadent interiors have been designed (as was the case with the New York and Los Angeles NoMad properties) in collaboration with Jacques Garcia; rich and opulent and harnessing inspiration from the surrounding desert with a nod to what is the very essence of the city: its famed Strip.
NoMad Casino (the first ever NoMad gaming facility), is a refined space to play roulette, blackjack, and baccarat under a Tiffany glass ceiling; craft cocktails heightening your confidence, whilst references to peacocks throughout the gaming floor are a way of welcoming in good fortune. Brining in influence from the grandeur of old-world European casinos, art deco stylings, and the good-time spirit of The Strip, its a riotous return to Vegas’s glory days—you can almost picture the Rat Pack propping up a roulette table.
Created and managed by Make It Nice—owned by esteemed chef Daniel Humm, of the much-lauded Eleven Madison Park, and restaurateur Will Guidara—NoMad Restaurant is inspired by the Library of Nomad New York and boasts 23-foot walls showcasing a curated collection of books. Serving a menu that celebrates American classics in formal surroundings, it follows NoMad Los Angeles in taking Humm’s meticulous flair out of New York City. Those in search for something a little more casual should head to NoMad Bar, their all-day restaurant offering—an ideal spot for snacks, sharing plates, a celebratory cocktail and, most evenings, live jazz.
It wouldn’t be a true Vegas hospitality project if it didn’t have a pool to people watch and snap selfies, and this luxurious, garden-like oasis—inspired by the Majorelle Gardens of Morocco—is a playful spot to bake in the desert heat, frozen daiquiri or glass of champers in hand. Cheers.