Hyatt’s team reached out on Friday to let me know that they’ve added a new Las Vegas hotel to their ongoing partnership with MGM Resorts in Las Vegas: the NoMad Las Vegas.
Featuring the NoMad hotel, casino, pool, NoMad Restaurant and NoMad Bar led by the 2017 World’s 50 Best Restaurant winners, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, guests can enjoy highly personalized service, paired with sophistication, comfort and intimacy.
To recap, there are now 13 Las Vegas properties where you can earn and redeem World of Hyatt points. These hotels do not honor all of the Hyatt elite benefits such as breakfast for Globalist members, but there is an option to get a reciprocal status match to MGM’s M life program that may offer a few perks.
- Bellagio Las Vegas
- Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas
- Park MGM Las Vegas
- NoMad Las Vegas
- Vdara Hotel & Spa at Aria Las Vegas
- MGM Grand Las Vegas
- The Signature At MGM Grand
- Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Las Vegas
- Delano Las Vegas
- Mirage Las Vegas
- New York New York Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
- Luxor Las Vegas
- Excalibur Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
Fortunately I also have some detailed photos of the property thanks to a tour given by one of the VIP hosts last spring. Work gets in the way more and more these days, so I haven’t been clearing out the backlog, but now seems as good a time as any.
The short story is that the this appears to be an excellent hotel even though I did not stay the night for a full review. It’s located on the upper floors of the renovated Park MGM (former Monte Carlo) and has some of its own restaurants in the ground floor lobby. And while the Park MGM’s rooms give new meaning to the word “basic,” the NoMad Las Vegas is one of the nicest hotels on the strip with features like marble counters and oak floors.
NoMad Bar and NoMad Restaurant
The restaurant and bar sit on opposite ends of the NoMad lobby, which has a separate entrance just before the porte-cochère for the Park MGM. The lobby is fine but dark and not very large, so I would prefer to spend my time in one of these venues instead. The library setting of the NoMad Restaurant is particularly impressive.
Classic King Room
Even the entry-level rooms at the NoMad are far above what I have come to expect from most Las Vegas hotels. You’ve got a comfortable bed, plenty of artwork, and real wood floors. It feels like someone’s home, not a hotel.
Salon Double Room
If you’re traveling with a group — perhaps a bachelor or bachelorette party — and don’t want to splurge on a suite, you can compromise with one of these salon rooms. They have their own living room in an alcove, just private enough to have some fun and watch a show without feeling like you’re in someone’s hotel room.
Las Vegas is known for impressive suites, and this one doesn’t shy away from the competition. After entering through a large foyer you’ll find a separate dining room, living room, and game room. There are multiple bedrooms as well as a small butlers pantry for coffee and other dining prep.