Yorkshire Times
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Phil Hopkins
Arts & Travel Editor
8:00 AM 26th May 2021

‘Ello, ‘Ello, ‘Ello – A Hotel In My Court Room?

Photo: Emsie Jonker
Photo: Emsie Jonker
New-York based hospitality company, Sydell Group, has opened NoMad London, the first international property for The NoMad Hotel brand, in one of the Big Smoke’s most iconic West End buildings.

Located in Covent Garden, opposite The Royal Opera House, NoMad London takes residence in the Grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. This is the brand’s most intimate property with just 91 rooms including 21 suites, centred around several exquisite dining and drinking spaces.
Photo: Simon Upton
Photo: Simon Upton
The property is the Sydell Group’s second venture in London, following the company’s partnership with Ron Burkle and Soho House to open The Ned. Sydell Group’s Founder Andrew Zobler, has earned a reputation for his ability to transform historic buildings into meaningful hospitality experiences that preserve their historic spirit and bring them back to new life. Sydell Group has partnered with Doha-based investment firm BTC to launch the London outpost.

Bringing together the finest creative talents in architecture, design, art curation, food, beverage, and hospitality, each NoMad explores the artistic, cultural and historic interplay between its home city of New York and European culture. In London, NoMad lends its residential warmth and casual elegance to the storied building.
Photo: Simon Upton
Photo: Simon Upton
In collaboration with New York-based interior design studio, Roman and Williams, the transformation of the historic 19th century building draws inspiration from the building’s history and its location in Covent Garden, as well as exploring the artistic and cultural connection between London and New York.

Room rates, starting from £455
More details:
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