Located in the Heart of SoHo, NoMo SoHo Represents an Intrigue for the Nostalgic and Modern

By Janela Cobian
August 19, 2019
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NoMo SoHo opened in 2012 as the Mondrian. In 2015, the 264-room hotel was purchase by Alex Sapir and Gerard Guez and became known as the NoMo SoHo. Originally inspired by Jean Cocteau’s 1946 french film “La Belle et la Bete” (the Beauty and the Beast), NoMo SoHo kept the cinematic and neo-baroque design established by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. The remaining décor perfectly complements the nostalgic and modern feel of the hotel.

Luxurious appointed guest rooms and suites provide a relaxing oasis complete with exquisite bedding, premium amenities, and floor to ceiling windows. NoMo SoHo’s building, being the highest tower in SoHo, allows guests to enjoy breathtaking views of the city below.

The hotel offers complimentary WiFi, 24/7 fitness access, exclusive neighborhood shopping perks, daily coffee/tea in the morning, complimentary wine hour in the evening, jogging cart, and bottled water upon arrival.

The sleek design and energetic ambiance of the hotel is evocative of the surrounding neighborhood, which offers plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and exciting nightlife. Guests are just minutes away from New York’s remarkable cultural and historical landmarks. To add to it, the entrance archway or what they called it ‘Tunnel of Love,’ designed by Barry Rice, is one of the most "instagrammable" spots in town!

While you’re at the hotel, do not forget to stop by their famous brunch restaurant, NoMo Kitchen which offers a rustic American menu with Mediterranean influences helmed by Chef Carlos Betancourth.

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