Arlo Hotels
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Arlo Hotels

Arlo Soho
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Arlo SoHo

Located in Hudson Square, just west of SoHo and north of Tribeca, with thoughtfully designed micro rooms that combine flexible, modern furniture with efficient storage spaces and a range of playful touches. Rooms come with an array of bed types and views (and in some cases, even a large outdoor terrace). Plus, all the amenities you need to make it your homebase in the city.

Price: fr.US$230 per room/night

Arlo Nomad
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Arlo NoMad

Located in NoMad and just a short walk from the Empire State Building and Madison Square Park, the Arlo NoMad hotel offers 4-star accommodations surrounded by a host of interesting sights and attractions. Choose between Twin bunks, Queen beds, or King sized beds in modern, well-designed micro rooms, many with impressive views of the city sprawl. With multiple nearby subway lines, Arlo NoMad is the perfect home base for exploring the city.

Price: fr. US$200

Arlo Hotels is the home base for urban explorers, combining purposeful design with the best essentials. With two Manhattan locations, Arlo offers 4-star accommodations in the heart of the city.

Arlo Hotels values quality over quantity, spaces that are efficient, yet flexible. Experience Arlo’s innovatively designed hotels at Hudson Square or NoMad. The hotel rooms were designed to maximize the small space with clever touches, like pegboards for hanging clothes, folding desks, andbespoke Jefferson beds that form a cozy nook with built-in storage, reading lights, clocks, and window shade controls.

Chef Harold Moore (formerly of Commerce) helms Harold’s Meat +Three, the hotel’s casual restaurant with interiors reminiscent of an upscale school cafeteria. The lobby bar provides a relaxed place to socialize and the rooftop bar The Heights at Arlo NoMad is the place to be.

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