If you love a hotel with character, the NoMad Hotel, near the Flatiron and Chelsea districts of New York City, will not disappoint. Occupying a stunning 1903 Beaux-Arts building at 1170 Broadway, the NoMad offers more than a bit of Parisian chic in the center of Manhattan. The result of a collaboration between developer Andrew Zobler with restaurateur Will Guidar and chef Daniel Humm, guest rooms evoke old New York with their cozy, eclectic furnishings, reclaimed original wood floors, and claw-foot tubs. Downstairs, there are five dining rooms and bars nestled among rooms with book-lined walls where guests can lounge on mohair banquettes while enjoying Chef Humm’s signature dishes. Finish off your evening with an absinthe-infused martini known as the the Turf Cocktail.