If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in New York City, look no further than Arlo SoHo.
Close to some of New York City's most popular landmarks, such as Empire State Building (2.0 mi) and Times Square (2.7 mi), Arlo SoHo is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Arlo SoHo offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A rooftop terrace and a concierge are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A rooftop bar will also help to make your stay even more special.
Travellers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to The View Restaurant & Lounge, Eleven Madison Park, or Eataly. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Piccola Cucina Osteria, Via Carota, or Estiatorio Milos.
If you’re looking for something to do, One World Observatory (0.8 mi), The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum (0.9 mi), and The High Line (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Arlo SoHo.
The staff at Arlo SoHo looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Not only is the location amazing, but the staff are so helpful with making great recommendations, helping me plan things to do around the city and more. I will never stay anywhere else in the future!!! The rooftop bar has amazing views and Harold’s food is an easy choice. You can’t go wrong choosing this spot.
Stayed for 5 nights and couldnt resist the great rate. I arrived early & tired from travelling - had a wonderful first impression as CORDELL on the reception desk was so friendly, professional & welcoming. Cordell was happy to make sure I found a room that was quiet. I recommend a cityview room as the courtyard rooms face each other on the inside of the building. Beds are very comfortable, great water pressure in the shower and the windows must be sound proof - didnt hear any noise from the inbound Holland tunnel traffic across the street. Excellent electronic black-out blinds. The common areas in the hotel are well-maintained & spacious (nice roof top bar too!)- which is important as the rooms are tiny. Felt like being in a cabin on a boat so if you're sharing a room, make sure you are fully at ease with your companion - not ideal for a first romantic getaway weekend! The hotel website clearly shows the room dimensions so no surprises. There's a Trader Joes a few blocks away which is handy to pick-up extra water etc. Customer service exceeded expectations - any request I made for extra towels/trash collection was promptly seen to and staff are very friendly and polite. This is a perfect place to stay if you dont need to spend lots of time in your room during the day - and who comes to NYC to hang out in a hotel room anyway!!…
Just has a one night stay in a twin bed room with terrace at the Arlo on Hudson. We were very impressed with the front desk as they really had difficulty finding the reservation my daughter had made but finally put the pieces together and we were on our way to our room on the 9th floor. The size of the room is typical of NYC - small but the terrace was about the size of the room with great views - two chairs, two lounge chairs and an outside shower. The room had twin beds with no closet. Just some hangers on a hook if you need/want them. We did not need them for just one night but anyone staying longer may be disappointed. The only thing you really get as a perk is a hair dryer, clothes steamer and two real glasses. No kleenex, coffee pot, etc. The one big downside, if you are traveling with just a friend or acquaintance, is the bathroom set up. The bathroom door is a frosted barn slide door as is the shower with the entrance two steps from the toilet. Anyone in the room can see and hear all that is happening in the toilet area. The sink is in the room which can be very convenient. Not sure if the other room as the same and since I was with my daughter it was not a problem and we joked continuously about the situation but it could be embarrassing for others. The terrace was beautiful and I wish the second day we were there was better because we really had wanted to have breakfast there but it was raining! We did have a drink on the rooftop bar but truthfully while the space was great you really had no view while sitting and we spent 46.00 for two glasses of wine which, even for NYC, is high! We are already planning our return but will not spend time on the rooftop but hope for more time on the terrace. We wish there was some type of overhang on the terrace because we would have sat out there even in the rain had there been one. Another great perk is a 24 hour bodega on site! And Harold's on site serves a continental breakfast from about 7am to 10:30.…
Stayed here just for one night while looking at apartments in the city. The staff at the front desk is very nice and friendly and was kind enough to hold our bags for us after our checkout, so we were able to continue our apartment search. The room itself is small (to be expected in New York), but it was very cozy and well kept. The bed itself was very comfortable. The hotel has a very cool rooftop bar and a nice restaurant downstairs, which we ate at on Saturday. Food was good and drinks were even better. The rooms are priced very well for NYC and it's a great value! The location is fantastic as you are walking distance from all the great Soho shops and restaurants. Overall, we had a great experience at this hotel and would recommend to anyone for a weekend getaway.
This hotel was super nice! The room was clean with a nice view, and the staff was very welcoming. I would definitely come back and stay here again! The host Amaris gave excellence service, and was very accommodating to all of our needs! Overall great experience!