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The Ritz-Carlton Debuts Newest Property in New York’s NoMad District

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A swish new hotel from The Ritz-Carlton is set to take New York’s NoMad district (“North of Madison Square Park”) by storm.

“We are excited to bring Manhattan a quintessential, yet freshly re-imagined, New York experience,” said Bastian Germer, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton New York NoMad.

Here’s what you can expect from Manhattan’s most exclusive new hotel.

There’s a New Ritz-Carlton on the NoMad Blocks

When imagining a stay at The Ritz-Carlton, belonging to Marriott’s Classic Luxury hotel collection, you might expect the style, design, and customer experience associated with a more classic, old-school hotel stay.

That is not to be the case for the brand’s newest property, which Donna McNamara, Vice President and Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton, describes as “a milestone moment in the evolution of the Ritz-Carlton brand.”

Right in the heart of NoMad, the 50-story hotel promises guest rooms created with residential-style living in mind.

When looking at rates after logging into a Marriott Bonvoy account, we’re seeing the cheapest per night rate at $975 for a low-floor King Guest Room. This rate must be booked with an eligible Marriott Bonvoy credit card and comes with $100 of credit to spend during your stay. In terms of redemptions, the lowest per night rate we’re seeing is 218,000 points.

Hot Tip: Rooms at The Ritz-Carlton don’t come cheap. It’s just as well as you can pay for your stay using Marriott Bonvoy points instead! Check out our guide on the best ways to earn lots of Marriott Bonvoy points to help you on your way to redeeming a stay at The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. 

Inside, guests will enjoy bespoke furnishings and natural elements and textures, as well as a neutral color palette.

“With an exquisite design that blends the best of the brand and the destination, combined with the finest amenities, culinary offerings, and highly personalized service, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad delivers an experience tailored to today’s luxury guest,” said McNamara.

The Rooms

The 50-story building comprises 231 guest rooms, 19 suites, and 16 1- and 2-bedroom residential penthouses for those who want to live and breathe all that is Ritz-Carlton luxury.

The best room in the house is the 2,100-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite on the 37th floor. It boasts a private wellness room (complete with Peloton bike) a media room, and a walk-in closet bigger than some New York apartments, all topped off with incredible views over the city.

Food and Beverage

From sit-down restaurants to in-room dining, the menus have been carefully and uniquely curated by Michelin-starred Chef José Andrés.

The mezze and cocktail menu of the 140-seat restaurant Zaytinya on the hotel’s ground floor is inspired by a mix of Greek, Lebanese, and Turkish cuisines.

The Lobby Lounge and Bar, found 1 floor up, is where guests can sip their morning coffee or a glass of Champagne irrespective of the time of day.

Atop the hotel’s roof, you’ll find Nebeluz — a space created to enjoy cocktails and Spanish-inspired light bites while taking in 270-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.

Ritz Carlton NoMad rooftop bar
Nebeluz, the rooftop bar at The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. Image Credit: The Ritz-Carlton

And, of course, for those guests staying on the Club Level of the hotel, they’ll have access to the Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge.

Final Thoughts

If you’ve never stayed at The Ritz-Carlton before, then the Marriott brand’s new The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad property will likely make you want to change that.

Open now in the heart of NoMad, guests will experience all that is quintessential luxury from The Ritz-Carlton with a refreshed modern twist.

We can’t wait to book our stay and let you know what it’s like!

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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