Nomad Hotel London Venue Hire
NoMad London takes residence inside the historic, grade II-listed building famously known as The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station. A collaboration with New York-based interior design studio Roman and Williams, the transformation of the storied 19th century building draws inspiration from its history and location in Covent Garden, as well as exploring the artistic and cultural connection between London and New York.
In keeping with the ethos that began at NoMad New York, the restaurants and bars in London celebrate the interplay between grand and intimate, classical and colloquial, festive moments of revelry and quiet meals that nourish the spirit. The offering is a reflection of the season, the place and the gracious, creative talent of the NoMad team that brings it to life.
Set in the building’s former Police Station, Side Hustle is NoMad’s take on the classic British pub seen through a NoMad lens with a few surprises. The menu at Side Hustle is inspired by Executive Chef Ashley Abodeely’s time living in Los Angeles where she developed a passion for Southern California’s fresh, Mexican-influenced cuisine. The cocktail program under the direction of Bar Director Pietro Collina is centered around a large selection of agave-based spirits and cocktails, showcasing the flavors and traditions of Mexico along with classic and contemporary British, European and American offerings.
The Library is the living room of the hotel, reserved exclusively for guests. Light fare through breakfast and lunch and small plates during the evening; coffee and tea by day, cocktails and wine by night.
As unique as the spaces themselves, tailored menus by the award-winning NoMad food and beverage team add a layer of memorable experience to your gathering.Packages
NoMad London offers over 800 sm / 9,000 sf of elegant and adaptable space for weddings, events, meetings and private dining. The building’s original Magistrates’ Courtroom, now the Magistrates’ Ballroom, has been re-imagined as a formal space with two adjacent private dining rooms, a separate bar, and a dedicated entrance from the street using the original courtroom’s entrance.
With a variety of stunning spaces from grand to intimate, NoMad London transports guests to another world and sets a perfect backdrop for life’s most important celebrations.
The building’s original Magistrates’ Courtroom has been re-imagined as a stunning formal space for private events, surrounded by an evocative mural by painter Claire Basler. With two adjacent private dining rooms, a separate bar, and a dedicated entrance from the street using the original courtroom entrance, the Magistrates’ Court is an elegant and versatile space perfect for seated dinners, cocktail receptions, and a variety of social and business functions.
BALLROOM: 109 SM / 1173 SF
BAR: 60 SM / 646 SF
De Veil Room
The De Veil Room is a private dining space with a full bar located off the Magistrates’ Ballroom, perfect for seated dinners and standing cocktail receptions for both social and business events.
39 SM / 420 SF
The Fielding Room is a private dining space located off the Magistrates’ Ballroom, and is perfect for private seated dinners and standing cocktail receptions.
46 SM / 495 SF
The Library is the living room of the hotel, a well-appointed and intimate space set amidst a collection of hand-selected books on a variety of subjects of influence to NoMad London.
DIMENSIONS , CAPACITY
101 SM / 1087 SF
NoMad’s take on the British Pub with an element of surprise, Side Hustle is a casual yet elegant bar and restaurant decorated with the iconic photographic work of Martin Parr.
99 SM / 1066 SF