What to Expect at The Ritz-Carlton New York NoMad – Manhattan

by GO GlobeHopper

Rising 500 feet above New York’s streets, The Ritz Carlton New York NoMad joins the city’s skyline as one of the tallest buildings in NoMad (North of Madison Square Park).

The hotel’s 250 guestrooms include 19 suites, with an additional 16 one- and two-bedroom penthouse residences. The guest rooms and public spaces all showcase elegant floral expressions such as natural elements and textures that reflect the soft curvature of petals alongside sleek accents and lines.

Liberty Suite

Inspired by residential-style living, guestrooms feature custom-made furnishings and a neutral earth tone color palette of browns and cream with plenty of natural light and remarkable city views.  The 2,100-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite, located on the hotel’s 37th floor, features breathtaking views of Manhattan, a private wellness room complete with a Peloton bike, separate living and dining areas, a media room, and 194-square-foot walk-in closet, and service entrance.

All guestrooms feature terry robes and 400-thread count Frette Linens and plush terry robes, along with a 65-inch LCD HDTV offering Netflix, Hulu, and additional streaming services.  Additionally, rooms offer USB outlets, high-speed Wi-Fi, a dual-line phone with personal voicemail, bedside reading lamps, an in-room safe, and a curated honor bar with a Nespresso machine. Bathrooms offer a lighted shaving mirror and upscale fig-inspired toiletries by Diptyque. 24-hour in-room dining is also available.

Club Lounge guests enjoy the attention of a dedicated concierge and curated culinary offerings throughout the day.


Michelin-starred chef José Andrés oversees the hotel’s food and beverage. The Lobby Lounge and Bar is located on the first floor where guests can enjoy a morning pastry and coffee, an afternoon glass of champagne, or a nightcap in the evening. Zaytinya – a play on the Turkish word for olive oil – is located on the hotel’s ground floor and offers a unique menu and creative cocktails inspired by Turkish, Greek, and Lebanese cuisines.  The 140-seat restaurant is decorated in bronze metals and white oak wood, with splashes of blue reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea.

For nightlife, the hotel features Nubeluz on the rooftop, with 270-degree views across Manhattan and decor that harkens back to NYC’s glamorous past. Guests can indulge in a varied menu of classic and signature cocktails and light snacks.

The 6,800-square-foot spa facilities include a steam room, sauna, and private lounges, plus there is a 24-hour fitness center that features a variety of exercise equipment including Peloton bikes.

Meeting and event spaces are available along with wedding facilities and wedding packages. Plus, there is a never-ending list of attractions in the region.  For a sample of things to see and do, watch our video for Top 10 Things to do in NYC HERE


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