NoMad New York closing for renovations in April

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The open-air rooftop dining venue at the NoMad New York.
The open-air rooftop dining venue at the NoMad New York.

The NoMad New York hotel in Manhattan is set to temporarily close on April 2. 

The property cited renovations as the reason for the closure, though a spokesperson for the hotel told Travel Weekly "there is no confirmed reopening date at this time."

The NoMad New York's restaurant, bar and event venues, which include the Michelin-starred NoMad restaurant, have already shut down. Their last day of service was March 28.

The 168-room boutique hotel, which had previously closed last March in response to the pandemic, reopened in early September.

The NoMad brand, which is part of the Sydell Group portfolio, also has locations in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, with the former currently up and running and the latter still closed due to the pandemic.

The flag is set to expand into the U.K. with the debut of the NoMad London on May 25.

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