Changes Coming to the Las Vegas Strip: The Future of NoMad Hotel


Big changes are on the horizon for the Las Vegas Strip as NoMad Hotel is set to leave its current location. This boutique luxury hotel, known for its upscale offerings and unique charm, currently occupies the top four floors of the Park MGM with 293 rooms.

What’s Happening?

Hilton has recently taken a majority stake in NoMad’s operator, the Sydell Group. They’ve announced ambitious plans to expand the NoMad brand to new luxury markets worldwide. However, the Las Vegas location won’t be part of this expansion. In a brief note, Hilton mentioned that NoMad Las Vegas will transition to a new brand soon.

Why the Change?

The exact reasons behind this decision remain unclear. Hilton hasn’t provided detailed explanations, and MGM Resorts, the owner of Park MGM, is keeping the identity of the next tenant under wraps for now.

A Brief History of NoMad

NoMad originally started as Hotel 32 back in 2009 at the Monte Carlo, the predecessor of Park MGM. Following a fire in 2008, MGM Resorts opted to upgrade the top floors instead of merely restoring them. The transformation led to the birth of NoMad inside Park MGM after a massive $650 million renovation in 2018.

What’s Next for NoMad?

While the future of NoMad Las Vegas is uncertain, other hotels-within-hotels on the Strip continue to thrive. Examples include the Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay, Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, and Hilton’s Crockfords Las Vegas at Resorts World.

Other NoMad Locations

The original NoMad opened its doors in 2012 in Manhattan’s historic district, North of Madison Square Park. Unfortunately, the New York location closed due to the pandemic in March 2021 and has since been rebranded as part of the London-based membership hotel group, Ned. NoMad Los Angeles, which opened around the same time as its Las Vegas counterpart, also closed in March 2021 and was replaced by Hotel Per La.

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