Explore NoMad

Photo courtesy of AKA Hotels

With historic architecture, contemporary dining and a fast-paced energy, NoMad is quintessentially New York. Known for its luxury hotels and lively restaurant scene, this bustling neighborhood is easily accessible with plenty to do. Let us help you plan your next weekend getaway or staycation in one of our favorite NYC neighborhoods.

Stay at: AKA Hotel NoMad

Photo courtesy of AKA Hotels

AKA Hotel offers sophisticated hotel accommodations and spacious furnished residences with exceptional business, wellness, and lifestyle amenities in iconic neighborhoods. The expert hoteliers plan to open the doors of their newest property in the heart of NoMad this spring.

Photo courtesy of AKA Hotels

AKA accommodations reflect a tranquil and sophisticated design that strikes the perfect balance between the privacy and contentment of a residence and the hospitality, service, and style of an intimate hotel, so it has touches of residential living.

Photos courtesy of AKA Hotels

Morning Activities

Start your morning off strong with a class at Barry’s Bootcamp (Park Ave South), where you’ll be sure to work up a sweat.

Photo courtesy of Classpass

Next up, check out the Flower District (W 28th St between 6th & 7th Ave). You’ll have to get there early– the markets open around 5:00 AM and close up shop by noon.

NYC Flower District.

Then head a few blocks south to peruse the stands of the Chelsea Flea Market (W 25th St between 5th & 6th Ave) for one of a kind vintage finds. This outdoor market is open year round on weekends.

Chelsea Flea Market. Photos courtesy of @chelseaflea.

Get Your Drink On

The most important meal of the day for any New Yorker: coffee. Walk down to Flatiron to grab a latte from Ralph’s, a New York staple. And for an afternoon cocktail, stop into Hillstone for Happy Hour. We recommend the crisp martini for a refreshing drink after a long day of activities.

Ralph’s Coffee & Hillstone

Girls Gotta Eat

If you want to grab a casual bite, check out the original Shake Shack stand in Madison Square Park (you may recognize this location from its scenes in the movie Something Borrowed). During the warmer months, this park is a prime location for outdoor dining and people watching.

Shake Shack at Madison Square Park. Photo courtesy of NYC Go.

When in doubt, always go for pasta. Our neighborhood favorites for Italian are Scarpetta, Serra by Birreria and La Pecora Bianca.

Photos courtesy of Scarpetta.

If you’re looking for upscale fine dining, go to Cote for a Michelin star Korean barbecue experience or Eleven Madison Park for their world-renowned tasting menu– a true culinary experience for any foodie.

Cote. Photo courtesy of New York Magazine.

Eleven Madison Park. Photo courtesy of Architectural Digest.