Like its sister hotel, the NoMad Los Angeles is stationed in a historic landmark. The building was first constructed in the 1920s as the former headquarters for The Bank of Italy. Greatly influenced by its Italian heritage, the original gold and blue Italianate lobby ceiling was restored and acts as inspiration for the rest of the hotel. Each of the 241 rooms and suites complements the European architecture with custom furniture, curated artwork, marble desks, and Terrazzo-floored walk-in showers. Even more integral to the hotel are the restaurants. Helmed by chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, the Mezzanine offers a formal dining experience while The Lobby below serves more casual, daily fare. The property is also host to a cocktail bar, cafe, as well as rooftop pool lounge with expansive views of the city's skyline.