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NoMad opens its first international location with an outpost in London. Located in the city’s Covent Garden, the NoMad London Hotel is housed in the historic Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station. For the conversion, the hospital group collaborated with interior design studio Roman and Williams to fuse the 19th-century building’s Victorian details with the glamour of 1920s New York. Its 91 guest rooms are suites are made to make visitors feel like home with hardwood floors, marble bathrooms, and claw-foot tubs in some. As for dining, guests can choose to dine at the on-site restaurant set inside a three-story atrium dripping in lush vegetation, an intimate Fireplace Room, or head to the mahogany-lined British pub inside the former police station.