I had not been in Vegas for about three years, and the last time I was here the Monte Carlo had just made its transition to ParkMGM / NoMad so on my first visit back after the pandemic I decided to give the NoMad a try. I was not disappointed. NoMad takes the top 5 floors of ParkMGM which is the only 100% no-smoking hotel on the Strip, a real bonus in this city, where the smell of both cigarette smoke and cannabis hangs across the casinos of most properties. I booked on the MGM website and found that although I had not been back for over two years, I still had some reasonable room offers. Check in was easy, I checked in after 7 pm on a Thursday, there was only one member of staff on the desk however there was no one waiting, so it was quick. She did not try to sell me an upgrade and I did not ask as I had booked an Atelier room which was lovely. There never appeared to be a queue at any time when I walked by reception. I didn’t bother asking for a Strip view so my room overlooked the T Mobile stadium at the rear of the hotel. My first night there when I was struggling with an 8 hour time difference and the aftermath of a 10 hour flight, there was a very loud noise like a warning siren. Thinking there might be an impending nuclear war about to happen (I watch a lot of films!) I looked out and realised that whatever team were playing there had scored a goal. So this noise sounded twice more but not again after 10 pm which was a good thing! So the Atelier room - the tub is in the bedroom which is a little strange, but I was travelling solo so used it every night before bed. The bed was huge and very very comfortable. Lighting is a little too subdued - when looking for a dropped earring, some overhead lighting might have been useful but I used the torch on my phone instead. Because of the pandemic the rooms have not been that heavily used since the remodelling in 2018, however there were a couple of minor maintenance issues that could have been addressed such as a missing tassel on the sofa in the room, and some deep scratches on the headboard. There are USB ports both sides of the bed, which is useful. As well as the tub in the bedroom, there is a shower room with sink and a separate toilet. The shower only has an overhead rain shower, which was warm but not that strong, plenty of towels were supplied but curiously only one of the very large bath towels they have. There was also a dressing gown which appeared new and was plenty large enough, as well as slippers. There is a closet for hanging clothes, but unfortunately they have also put a small chest of draws in here which limits the ability to hang dresses. The hotel supplies a steamer, rather than an iron, which took me a while to get used to as I had never used one before but it worked well and was quicker than having to iron all my clothes after 24 hours in a suitcase. My one negative comment about the hotel room which was on the whole excellent, was that they do not appear to have changed the windows when they remodelled from its past incarnation as the Monte Carlo. These are still a bit draughty and also do not block out all of the noise. Every night I stayed there there I could hear music playing, not too loudly but I could definitely hear it 24/7. I was never sure if it was leaking up through the frame of the building from neighbouring rooms, or coming from outside the hotel. I suspect the latter but not sure exactly where it was coming from as my room was on the 31st floor. A more general negative comment about the hotel is that they need to sort the lifts out - when we are still in a pandemic it is not clever to over crowd the lifts. However a single call button calls a single lift to the ground floor and you have to wait until that one has left before pressing the call button again, meanwhile more people arrive and the other five lifts are all on floor 25 or above! Not sure if it is possible at busy times to programme the lifts to return to the ground floor, but on the one night it was a little busy I waited a long time for the crowds to dissipate. But despite these two issues, all in all I had a lovely stay in the NoMad, and will come back. But will request a room at the front rather than back.…
we have a winter home in las vegas and still love staying at the Nomad hotel. the rooms are wonderful, i love the smoke free casino, Bavettes, the employees, the hustle and bustle - it is a wonderful, charming hotel.
If you want to go to a hotel that is classy and above and beyond - then go to the nomad in Las Vegas. Hands down the coolest place ever and they will have a lifetime customer with me . Hopefully I can go sooner rather than later
We had the best time, we always stay at either the Park MGM or NoMad. We love how intimate the hotel and casino are, not too busy not too big, easy to get around and we are very familiar with the property and being so close to everything. We have recommended this property to many of our friends and family and camp get enough of the amazing restaurants the property has to offer as well. We will definitely be back soon!
I will definitely stay at this hotel again. Service was excellent, beautifully remodeled suites and comfortable bed. Hotel is centrally located, easy access to everything, great for business or personal fun trips.