INNSiDE by Meliá New York NoMad
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Guests rave about the spacious rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and equally transparent showers at this stylish contemporary property
Booking a hotel in New York City always feels like a gamble. Will the property look like what’s pictured online? Is “cozy” code for so small you’ll touch opposite ends of the room if you stretch out your arms? What are the chances I’ll get a working—full size!—hair dryer? All valid concerns, and all worries you can set aside when you stay at the INNSiDE by Meliá New York NoMad. Yes, the modern, urban hotel is as clean and simple as it’s portrayed. No, you won’t kick the door if you extend your legs. And yes, you can absolutely leave your styling tools at home because the in-room option gets the job done.
Meliá hails from Spain while the INNSiDE brand was born in Germany, ensuring total European hospitality when you stay at the property. Rooms are compact and simply designed, but pack all the essentials that a traveler might need. There’s a small fridge with enough room for a few bottles of water and a Nespresso machine equipped with sufficient coffee pods to get you up and going at Gotham speeds. Unless you’ve lucked out and were booked into an accessible room, your bathroom will be on the smaller side though the glass-enclosed shower gives the illusion of a much larger space. As a bonus to guests staying on the 18th, 19th and 20th floors, the hotel provides dental and sewing kits as part of the en-suite amenities.
The 313-room hotel straddles Chelsea and NoMad, two highly walkable neighborhoods that are also easily accessed via public transportation. For a birds’-eye view of the area, splurge on one of three suites with terraces. Don’t feel like getting out? Dinner at The Wilson, INNSiDE by Meliá New York NoMad’s onsite restaurant, feels like a treat rather than a consolation prize. Sidle up to the bar or grab a seat at the covered patio for solid gastropub fare and sustainable craft cocktails. There’s also a fitness center to burn off all those added vacation pounds so you won't feel self-conscious in the see-through shower.
132 W 27th St
|Cross street:||between Sixth and Seventh Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 28th St|
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