The Design Minds Behind LA’s Firehouse Hotel

The nine-room downtown newcomer exists in a beautifully transformed historic building

On Santa Fe, just south of 7th Street in the downtown LA Arts District, a firehouse built in 1927 has freshly painted red doors that now open each day to reveal the Firehouse Hotel. The team behind the DTLA newcomer—including Hotel Covell‘s Dustin Lancaster, along with designers Sally Breer and Jake Rodehuth-Harrison of ETC.etera and Evan Raabe from Creative Space—found themselves exploring, upgrading and adding to …

Inside NoMad’s New Las Vegas Property

The recently opened property is a lush, dim retreat from the bright lights of the strip

Whether it be roaring engines and garish outfits, neon-clad bars, restaurants and inns or the oddly psychological casino games, Las Vegas’ allure abounds. But, all of the glimmer and glam can be a bit overwhelming. NoMad‘s newest property, NoMad Las Vegas, located on the top four floors of the Park MGM in Las Vegas, is a dimly lit, lush retreat from the iridescent glow of …

Six Cocktails from the Life Hotel’s Subterranean Speakeasy, Gibson + Luce

A new addition to NYC's NoMad neighborhood offers a refreshing and unexpected menu

The last item on the bar menu at Gibson + Luce costs $150. It’s not a cocktail. In fact, it’s neither edible nor drinkable. It’s called “Stay For The Night” and it’s accommodation at the Life Hotel directly above. If you’re enjoying your drinks and don’t want to go home—and the hotel has a vacancy—you can order a room right there at the bar come …