At the Hotel
Boasting a privileged position in Downtown LA at the centre of some the city’s most eclectic and fast-growing neighbourhoods, the NoMad Hotel sits within the historic Gianni Building and old Bank of Italy’s headquarters. Today, under the artful eye of interior designer Jacques Garcia, the 12-storey building has been transformed and comprises 241 guestrooms, a plethora of dining options,a rooftop pool with sweeping views of the city’s skyline, and over 10,000 square feet of private meeting, event and dining space.
Food & Drink
The work of Restaurateur Will Guidara and Chef Daniel Humm, the NoMad Los Angeles’ dining destinations are the pair’s first venues outside of their hometown. Taking cues from the dynamic neighbourhood and city’s vibrant culture, the destinations are equally refined as they are welcoming with menus showcasing the best of local ingredients and internationally inspired cuisine. The Lobby serves laidback breakfast, lunch, and dinner underneath the building’s original blue and gold Italianate ceiling. The Giannini Bar is positioned just off the hotel’s main lobby and features a carefully curated cocktail menu by award-winning bar director Leo Robitschek. Taking inspiration from the grand cafes of Venice, The Coffee Bar is an idyllic setting for enjoying a pastry, coffee, or post-dinner libation; The Mezzanine is the hotel’s more formal venue overlooking the lobby; The Rooftop, comprising an outdoor café, cocktail bar, and pool, offers visitors daytime viewing of sweeping city vistas.
A nod to the hotel’s roots as the former Bank of Italy, French architect and designer, Jacques Garcia, looked to the romantic European country for inspiration. The rooms have a soft colour palette, with blue and gold accents reminiscent of the original gold and blue lobby ceiling. Each is adorned with custom-designed furnishings, original artwork, lush linens, and luxuriously appointed terrazzo-floored bathrooms. Some larger suites feature a separate living area, dining room, and library.
Located at the crossroads of 7th and Olive Street, the city’s popular Arts District, Flower District, Fashion District, Historic Core and more, are all within easy reach. There is a subway line two blocks away, providing guests with an easy connection to Hollywood and Santa Monica. Los Angeles International Airport is approximately one-hour drive away.
649 South Olive & 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014