I recently had the opportunity to stay at the NoMad Las Vegas hotel for three days.
As a young adult, I had certain expectations for my stay; fun, comfort, and convenience hence I was looking to review a hotel with features like a fitness center, a casino for some fun, a refreshing pool to cool off, and a variety of restaurants to satisfy my cravings.
Lucky for me, the NoMad hotel in Las Vegas has it all. I want to share my experiences in this NoMad Las Vegas Nevada review hoping that you'll consider giving one of the most enjoyable hotels in Las Vegas a try too.
About Nomad Las Vegas Hotel
Nomad Las Vegas Hotel is a special place to stay that is part of the larger Park MGM resort in Las Vegas which was formerly called Monte Carlo Hotel. While staying at the NoMad hotel, I was informed that I could use Park MGM facilities which is an added advantage for me.
The Nomad Hotel occupies the upper floors of the building, from the 29th to the 32nd floor, offering great views of the area around the hotel.
It is located on the famous Las Vegas Strip, but if you looking to avoid the bustling atmosphere there, hotels like South Point Hotel Casino and Spa which are only minutes away, may be a better option.
Nomad Las Vegas Has 293 Rooms
This hotel has a total of 293 rooms plus luxurious suites. So whether you're looking for a cozy room or a more spacious and fancy suite, Nomad has got you covered.
It is owned by Sydell
Nomad Hotel is owned by a company called Sydell, which also owns other Nomad hotels in exciting cities like New York, Los Angeles, and London. So if you've stayed in one of their hotels before, you might already know what to expect in terms of quality and service.
Rooms & Suites
As soon as I arrived at the park MGM complex of the NoMad hotel, I was warmly welcomed by its staff and escorted to the front desk. I checked in and then was shown my room.
The room had most of the features I desired, such as a cozy bed, a well-stocked minibar, and a functional working desk and chair. The walk-in shower was a delightful touch, and the hardwood oak floors showed a sense of elegance.
The air conditioning ensured a comfortable atmosphere throughout my stay, and the availability of Wi-Fi allowed me to stay connected effortlessly.
One minor disappointment was the absence of tea and coffee-making appliances in the room. As an avid tea drinker, I would have appreciated the convenience of preparing a warm beverage in the comfort of my own space. However, this was a small drawback in an otherwise exceptional experience.
Rooms and Suites Have European Feel
The rooms at NoMad Las Vegas have a distinctly European feel, with their luxurious furnishings and stylish decor.
The choice between two queen beds or a classic king bed caters to various guest preferences. Additionally, the closet equipped with a steamer was a thoughtful addition, ensuring that my clothes remained fresh and wrinkle-free.
It Is a Smoke-Free Property
One standout feature of this hotel is its commitment to maintaining a smoke-free environment. As a non-smoker, I greatly appreciated the clean and fresh air that permeated the property, allowing me to fully enjoy my stay without any unpleasant odors.
NoMad Hotel Facilities
One of the amenities I particularly enjoyed was the Morocco-themed pool on the 4th floor because it cooled me when it was hot. It's a unique feature that sets this hotel apart from maybe more affordable hotels like the Jet Luxury at The Signature.
In addition to the NoMad pool, there was a park MGM pool that I could go to for relaxation. So, if you want more options or a change of scenery, you can enjoy the pool there as well.
The Hotel has a Small Casino
If you're into gambling, I have to mention that the casino at NoMad is relatively small.
However, this wasn't a concern for me because as a guest, I had access to the larger MGM Grand Casino located within the complex. This meant I had plenty of options for gambling and entertainment just steps away from my hotel room. There is also live entertainment at some times.
Has a Variety of Restaurants
The hotel also offers a variety of restaurants and a Nomad Bar, ensuring that you won't go hungry during your stay.
In hotels like Holiday Inn Club Vacations or even the most luxurious ones like the Wynn Las Vegas, pets are not allowed, but if you're a pet owner, you'll be happy to know that NoMad Nevada is a dog-friendly hotel. You can bring your furry friend along and enjoy your vacation together.
Pros and Cons
Is Nomad Different Than Park MGM?
Nomad and Park MGM are not significantly different from each other. Nomad is a part of the Park MGM resort, occupying the top floors.
This means that while Nomad may have its unique features and offerings, it is still closely connected to and integrated with the larger Park MGM property. So, if you stay at Nomad, you can enjoy the amenities and facilities of both Nomad and Park MGM.
What Floors Are Nomad Las Vegas?
The Nomad Las Vegas hotel occupies the 29th to the 32nd floors. It offers guests a luxurious experience with stunning views and upscale amenities. The floors provide a haven for travelers seeking comfort and style, making their stay in Las Vegas memorable and elevated.
Where Is The Nomad Hotel Las Vegas Located?
The Nomad Hotel Las Vegas is situated at 3772 S Las Vegas Blvd, in the renowned Las Vegas Strip, Nevada.
It offers a great location for guests to experience the vibrant energy and entertainment of the city, with easy access to various attractions and amenities.
What Are The Check In And Check Out Hours At Nomad Hotel?
At this boutique hotel, check-in begins at noon, allowing guests to settle in and start their stay. For check-out, guests have until 10:00 AM to vacate their rooms, ensuring a smooth departure and allowing time for the hotel to prepare for new arrivals.