NoMad Las Vegas

Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

Famous for its glitter-sprinkled indulgence, guests at Nomad Las Vegas get a true taste of Sin City’s seamless lavish luxury. It’s found in its location – having a prestigious address on The Strip. It’s found in the classy dining and drinking spaces, which include The NoMad Bar, a sultry spot with live jazz, sophisticated cocktails, and elegant décor fusing rich woods and claret-hued velvets. It’s found in the evening buzz at Park Theater, where head-turning headliners perform. And it’s found in the Morocco-inspired pool zone, which is set to be an Instagrammer’s paradise thanks to its Majorelle Gardens vibe, chic terracotta and turquoise tiles, and DJ-hosted pool parties.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Valet parking
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant
  • Casino

Where is it

On the southern side of the Las Vegas Strip, on the top four floors of Park MGM Las Vegas. Transfer time from Las Vegas International Airport: 10 minutes.

Hotel information

293 rooms and suites on floors 29-32. All with air-conditioning, custom furnishings, Bellino linens, flat-screen TV, WiFi, mini-bar*, hairdryer, handheld clothes steamer and safe. Classic Rooms have a shower room and either 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

 

 

 

 

 

Salon Double Rooms have 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Atelier Rooms are larger with a walk-in shower and a freestanding pedestal bathtub and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Grande Suites have one bedroom, a separate living area, a walk-in shower and a freestanding pedestal bathtub, and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

 

 

 

  • Special Offer: Book before 30 Jun '19 for completed stays between 1 May '19–31 May '20.

    $40 daily food and beverage credit per room, valid on all room types.

    *2 night minimum stay required. Food and beverage credit is per room per day. Please note this offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. It is not combinable with any other offers. Some blackout dates will apply. Discount has been calculated into price shown. F&B credit may be used cross-property at all properties EXCEPT Circus Circus.

    *A valid credit card must be presented upon check-in and you will be required to charge food and beverage to your room at the outlet to redeem credit. Daily credit for the first night of your stay becomes available upon check-in on your check-in day; credit may not be used on day of check-out.

NoMad Restaurant (American classics, open for à la carte dinner). NoMad Bar (open for à la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus Sunday Jazz Brunch). Outdoor swimming pool. SPA* (at Park MGM Las Vegas, in-room treatments available). 24-hour fitness centre. NoMad High Limit Casino* and Casino Bar. Park Theater*. Beauty Salon*. The NoMad Store. WiFi internet access. 24-hour room service*. Laundry service*. Self-parking $15, valet parking $24, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $37 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Access to the fitness centre - Internet access - Local phone calls. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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  • Very good (33)
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  • Poor (3)
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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Say no to the Nomad

May 18, 2019 Debra S Fairview

The Nomad is not a hotel I can recommend. Pool closed for 3 of the 6 nights we stayed there. Filthy pool elevators. The room layout was very weird...tub in the middle of the sleeping area, toilet in one separated room, then a 3rd area for shower and vanity...with precious little counter space. There wasn't a dresser for clothes...just odd. I think… Read more
The Nomad is not a hotel I can recommend. Pool closed for 3 of the 6 nights we stayed there. Filthy pool elevators. The room layout was very weird...tub in the middle of the sleeping area, toilet in one separated room, then a 3rd area for shower and vanity...with precious little counter space. There wasn't a dresser for clothes...just odd. I think they were trying too hard to be cool, sacrificing a lot of function. Restaurant was very expensive and just okay. Bar was nice, but bar food was not good at all. I go to Vegas 3 to 4 times each year and would not stay here again, or recommend the Nomad to others. My demographic is older and I suspect they're looking for a younger, hipper guest than me. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating NoMad, No way.

May 18, 2019 Compass33395429005 San Antonio, Texas

We decided to try the NoMad because it was billed as High End and was relatively new. Although our room was small-to-average size, it was nice. However, there was no coffee maker, and the mini fridge was stuffed to the hilt with ridiculously priced drinks and snacks, leaving us no way to use it. And unless you are a night owl, don't go to this… Read more
We decided to try the NoMad because it was billed as High End and was relatively new. Although our room was small-to-average size, it was nice. However, there was no coffee maker, and the mini fridge was stuffed to the hilt with ridiculously priced drinks and snacks, leaving us no way to use it. And unless you are a night owl, don't go to this hotel. They have a nightclub that opens late, and plays unbelievably loud music until 2 or 3 am. We heard it all the way up on the 31st floor! Lastly, if you like a decent wine while you gamble, don't go to any M-Life casinos. Their house/ comp wine is absolute swill! I ended up having to pay $13/ glass for an $8 bottle wine. If you like value for your hard earned dollar, NoMad/ MGM is not for you. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating An Oasis Above the Crowd

May 17, 2019 Bob R Lynbrook, NY

The NoMad Las Vegas is a step above the hustle and bustle of the typical "luxury" hotel. Quiet, elegant atmosphere everywhere. Spacious suite high over city, fully stocked and serviced. Great outdoor pool and Jacuzzi. Kudos to Brian and Remy for a well-managed operation. Everyone was friendly and on the ball.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Perfect get-away- would stay again!

May 17, 2019 doheny675 La Habra, California

NoMad is a very nice secluded place to stay. We had a queen salon and it was very spacious and clean. Nicely decorated. Loved the private pool although several elevators to get there. One complaint-no refrigerator. It would be nice.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Average hotel - Don't expect luxury

May 16, 2019 Urban_Traveler650 California

The NoMad is a perfectly fine hotel. However, I didn't find anything exceptional about it. I had a Classic King room. The room was small in comparison to other King rooms I've stayed at in Las Vegas. The bathroom was quite nice, but only had 1 vanity/sink with not a lot of surface area. Again, a fine room, if unremarkable. In an effort to have… Read more
The NoMad is a perfectly fine hotel. However, I didn't find anything exceptional about it. I had a Classic King room. The room was small in comparison to other King rooms I've stayed at in Las Vegas. The bathroom was quite nice, but only had 1 vanity/sink with not a lot of surface area. Again, a fine room, if unremarkable. In an effort to have an eclectic vibe with antique-like decor, the room had some odd choices for furniture which rendered a lot of the space to be unusable. There were 2 tall velvet partitions that in a normal place you would use to separate a room. But they were folded and placed in the corners of the room. What is the point of this other bulky pieces taking up space? End tables for the couch would have been a better option. The one standout were the prints and art in the common spaces and in the room. It's a well curated collection of interesting pieces that I enjoyed. Overall, I had a fine stay. Received good serve upon check-in, and cleaning staff was friendly and efficient. But I was looking forward to a more personal and upscale experience, which is was not. Read less