NoMad Hotel London extends, retains, restores, and celebrates the existing building to provide 91 elegantly understated guest bedrooms.
Formerly Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station, NoMad London is located opposite the Royal Opera House in the heart of Covent Garden, the iconic 19th century grade II listed building is hailed as being one of the most famous courts in England throughout history. The police station was once home to the Bow Street Runners and both the courthouse and holding cells housed many famous defendants, such as the Kray Twins and Oscar Wilde.
NoMad London extends, retains, restores, and celebrates the existing building to provide 91 elegantly understated guest bedrooms, a new restaurant and three bars. The Magistrates’ Courtroom is reimagined as a space for private events and gatherings, and a museum featuring exhibitions honouring the history of the Metropolitan Police Force has been created in and around the original police cells on the ground floor.
Please note this is an in person event and will take place on site at the NoMad London. Capacity for this event is 30 and tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Vice President- Development, Sydell Group
Main Board Director and Head of Hotels and Hospitality, EPR Architects
Partner / Hotels Sector Lead, Hoare Lea
Head of Research, NLA