Located on the vibrant corner of 7th and Olive Street in Downtown LA, NoMad Los Angeles takes residence in a historic landmark, Giannini Place. Formerly known as the original Bank of Italy, NoMad Los Angeles features 241 rooms, a casually elegant restaurant and bar, a library, an all-day Italian inspired café, a formal dining room, and a rooftop pool that offers sweeping views of the city and the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. Award-winning Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara of New York’s Eleven Madison Park have reimagined this hotel's dining options which currently top The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
Designed by French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, the 241 rooms at NoMad Los Angeles look to Italy for inspiration – a nod to the building’s storied beginning. NoMad Los Angeles is the designer’s first project in the city. The guest rooms’ color palette is drawn from the property’s fully restored gold and blue Italianate ceiling located in the lobby. Each room is appointed with custom designed furnishings and original artwork from Paris / New York-based design studio be-poles with many also featuring freestanding pedestal bathtubs. Much of the building’s Neoclassical style, such as its Doric columns, ornate golden ceiling, and marble floors, have been preserved and incorporated into the new design. The original vault that once housed 12,000 safety deposit boxes and 50-ton door have been kept intact alongside the coffered ceiling and square pilaster columns topped with Corinthian Capitals located in the lobby and restaurant areas.
In the midst of a cultural renaissance, Downtown Los Angeles provides some of the city’s most interesting dining, shopping and entertainment, all within walking distance from NoMad Los Angeles. It is conveniently situated providing easy access to Hollywood, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills.