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The NoMad Hotel New York vs The Inn at Irving Place

Both The NoMad Hotel and The Inn at Irving Place are recommended by expert reviewers. Overall, The NoMad Hotel scores significantly higher than The Inn at Irving Place. The NoMad Hotel ranks #3 in New York City with positive reviews from 15 publications like The Telegraph, Travel + Leisure and Fodor's.

The NoMad Hotel New York
9 / 10
1170 Broadway, New York City, NY 10001
From $295 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Michelin Guide
"This area, which sits at the juncture of the Flatiron, Gramercy, Chelsea, and midtown districts, is one of the city's hottest new neighborhoods."
Fodor's
"This upscale-bohemian property quickly became one of the most buzzed-about hotel openings of 2012." Full review
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"This beaux art dream of design is one of the city's hottest new addresses, where a vagabond-chic aesthetic permeates every hardwood-ed nook in the bedrooms upstairs." Full review
Oyster
Luxury
"The Nomad... is a luxurious, impeccably designed hotel with attentive service but limited features." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Celebrating a special occasion? Let the hotel know, and you may just get treated to the off-menu mignardises, a selection of house-made macarons, truffles, and aromatic sugarcoated gumdrops."
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The Inn at Irving Place
8 / 10
56 Irving Place, New York City, NY 10003
From $0 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Rough Guide
"Frequented by celebrities, this handsome pair of 1834 brownstones ranks as one of the most exclusive guesthouses in the city."
Michelin Guide
"Luckily, you don't need a dowry to taste the high life; a reservation at the Inn at Irving Place works just fine. It is the age of elegance here, where a dainty dozen accommodations await guests."
Frommer's
"This 170-year-old town house offers antique charm more easily found in the Berkshires than in the heart of what used to be Silicon Alley." Full review
Concierge
"More country than town, the two 1834 brownstones near Gramercy Park at East 17th Street that house this 12-room inn are all 19th-century charm."
Fodor's
"Fantasies of Old New York... spring to life at this discreet, romantic inn." Full review
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