A hidden gem and inspired by the idea of a ‘Grand European Home’, this 91-key luxury boutique hotel offers a unique, deeply emotive and meaningful hospitality experience. NoMad London is located directly across from the famed Royal Opera House and takes residence inside the historic grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station. The iconic 19th-century building has been thoughtfully transformed with much of the original architectural features preserved and woven into the design.

Food and beverage plays an integral role in the experience at NoMad London with a host of dining and drinking experiences throughout. At the heart of the hotel, The NoMad Restaurant is housed in a lush, light-filled atrium, and British native, Michael Yates has recently arrived as Executive Chef. Chef Yates brings with him experience in some of Europe’s most celebrated Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as a post in Queensland at Hamilton Island’s Qualia. Side Hustle, on the corner where the entrance to the police station once stood, offers a menu that embodies the deliciously dynamic flavours of Latin America alongside an extensive list of agave-base spirits. Common Decency is a richly immersive and sultry lounge focused on forward-thinking, ingredient-driven cocktails, as well as contemporary riffs on classics with a whimsical twist.

Suite 2 Level 4
123 Clarence Street
NSW 2000. Australia
+61 447 526 229

Level 1,
464 High Street,
VIC 3181