The recently-opened NoMad Hotel recently completed its facelift under the direction of architect and garden designer, Jacques Garcia. Situated within the North of Madison Square Park district in New York, the NoMad Hotel is more sophisticated sibling to Ace hotel, one block away which opened four years ago. The transformation of the 1903-built Beaux Arts Building has been fully restored pumping vitality into its 133,000 historic square footage. Boasting 168 rooms in five categories – mainly differing in size and views with two spacious suites, the NoMad and the Suite Royale. Each guest room space is designed to mimic a fusion of a Parisian flat mixed with a contemporary New York hotel. The hotel’s architecture was well thought out with execution flawlessly, The NoMad features an open-air atrium as one of its common spaces and an elaborate dining room that complete New York’s newest boutique hotel that potentially garner towards one of my ultimate New York Hotel favourite.