The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad has unveiled a collection of 16 luxurious pied-à-terre penthouse residences, now bookable for hotel guests. Each residence offers stunning views, an unparalleled Ritz Carlton experience and pantry items hand-selected by Chef José Andrés.
The beautiful one- and two-bedroom residences are located on the top four floors of the 500-foot Ritz Carlton New York, Nomad tower, designed by the late, world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly. The custom designed residences featured open floor plans with soaring ceilings, and range from 950 to 1,850 square feet and are framed by both rivers. White quartzite counters, premium appliances and bronzed glass cabinetry are some of the luxurious features in the Poliform kitchens. Lavish primary and secondary bathrooms offer a skyhigh personal retreat with soaking tubs, rain shower and Bardiglio Nuvolato marble floors and walls.
“We’re excited to now be able to offer these exclusive Residences to our luxury guests” said Bastian Germer, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. “Our Penthouses provide the ultimate New York City living experience, with all the services and amenities of The Ritz-Carlton”.
Chef José Andrés has hand-selected pantry items , like his favorite cava and cured meats to Spanish cheese and olives for The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad Residences, as well as overseeing all of the restaurants on the property.
The starting rate for a one-bedroom penthouse in May is $9,000 per night, and for a two-bedroom penthouse is $15,000 per night. The José Andrés pantry starts at $670. For further information and bookings, please visit www.ritzcarlton.com/nomad.
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