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 concierge and a rooftop terrace are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special.
Travelers looking to enjoy some burritos can head to Hell's Kitchen, Toloache, or Hudson Eats. 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.
I was relatively pleased with my experience until I had I left and checked my bank account to see that a total of $350 had been taken from my account in increments over the duration of our stay, even though my friend and I had paid in advance for our stay. When I called to ask what had happened I was told that there was a ‘glitch’ and I would get my money back after some time. I am currently travelling and can not afford to lose this money for any amount of time. I was offered absolutely no compensation or apology by the hotel as they could not understand how this was a problem.
I only planned to stay for one night but I loved my experience here. Everything was so well thought out and clean. Danny and Chanel really were so sweet and accommodating, those two deserve a promotion! The bodega is filled with great snacks and what a wonderful coffee bar barista! Even the restaurant was sooo beautiful and cocktails were tasty. I’m now only staying here. Love it!
One of the NY visiting, I discovered this place. Arlo SoHo is just perfect. Sitting on rooftop and make conversation is priceless. Also food was perfect. Everything happens the way you want. As I said it's a magical place for me.
One might think that this is not the best location, right at the entrance to the Holland Tunnel, but actually it is a gem, with two useful subway stops about 2 blocks away (1, E lines). So, for anyone arriving at Penn Station, this is a really good location. Also, going uptown or downtown on Hudson, there are many restaurants. Rooms are clean and well-organized with everything one would need. Lighting is good, room temperature good, bed good. We used all the outlets, but there is a clock with extra USB ports. Wifi works. There is in-room safe, cube refrigerator, complimentary water. No in-room coffee maker. Room faced inward to a courtyard, so there was some music noise one night, but not severe. Not a lot of traffic noise. Staff friendly and helpful. There is a bodega of sorts with breakfast items, coffee, snacks. No breakfast service, but a restaurant for dinner. For breakfast alternatives, on corner of Hudson and Canal, there is a branch of Maman (yum!). This place does its job very well. No pretense. Rooms are small, not fancy, but nice. Of note, from the Arlo, easy walk to most of lower Manhattan -- the Whitney, High Line, WTC, Oculus, Little Italy, Lower East Side.…
There is a lot to like in this hotel...great location (walk to the Hudson River Greenway, Chelsea Market, The Village, The High Line), lots of good bars and restaurants nearby, nice rooftop bar (although in the winter it is more of a lounge, you can't see outside from the indoor seating which was surprising), good restaurant, cute rooms and a lovely lobby area. Also, loved receiving the Arlo bag as a check-in gift. The only real negative was with the bathroom in the room. It's not really a bath "room", it is a toilet and shower next to the beds with a partially frosted glass partition in front. There is no door and the slider in front of the toilet did not go all the way to the wall or the ceiling, so you couldn't help but see and hear all the toilet activity from the beds. I mean, the toilet was right in front of the bed. I would love the room if I was staying by myself, but sharing it with another person was difficult, there was no privacy at all for the toilet or shower. I asked at the front desk if there were other bathroom options but was told that all the rooms were designed the same way. As much as I would love to stay here again, I probably wouldn't because of this feature. If a traveler is comfortable with this design though, this hotel would be a good choice. Also, be aware that there is an "urban fee" tacked on to the nightly rate, so if you search for hotels by price, this one will come up with a more affordable option, but it really isn't, the urban fee (as well as the $82/day valet parking!) brings the price up to the same or more than other hotels that don't use the urban fee.…