The NoMad Las Vegas is one of two hotels that are taking the place of the former Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The other is the Park MGM. When completed in 2018, these hotels will bring a cohesiveness to the area being developed by MGM near the CityCenter on the central Vegas Strip, while also offering their own distinct, self-contained experiences. Partnering with MGM International in the rebranding of the Monte Carlo is the Sydell Group, which is known for infusing its accommodations with a residential, lifestyle appeal.
The NoMad Las Vegas will be modeled after the Sydell Group’s flagship Nomad New York hotel, which has earned numerous accolades for its design and modern service approach. And the company will once again be working with Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, so the new NoMad hotel is bound to become a major Vegas dining destination. Humm and Guidara combined their talents to create the NoMad restaurant in New York City, as well as Eleven Madison Park, which is commonly mentioned among the very best restaurants in the United States.
The NoMad Las Vegas will be a more intimate accommodation than the larger Park MGM, offering just 292 rooms and suites compared to the Park MGM’s 2,700 units. Don’t let the smaller size fool you, however, as the NoMad will still offer a complete hotel experience through its dining opportunities, pool, dedicated drop-off services, signature gaming experiences, and more. And with such other new MGM area attractions as T-Mobile Arena, the Park Theater and the outdoor dining and entertainment district known as The Park, guests of the NoMad Las Vegas won’t have to go far to add to their options for things to do and savor.