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Arlo SoHo Hotel features 325 thoughtfully designed micro guestrooms with modern furniture and efficient storage space. The hotel is an easy walk to SoHo, Hudson Square, Tribeca, West Village or the picturesque paths along the Hudson River. Four unique restaurants and bars can be found within the hotel including Harold's and A.R.T. SoHo rooftop bar with views of the Hudson River. Ten distinct meeting spaces allow each meeting or event its own personality. Arlo's adaptable spaces can provide the perfect, creative backdrop for up to 250 guests. Arlo SoHo is a homebase for urban explorers.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Rooftop terrace
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Linh wrote a review Yesterday
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This is my 2nd time staying at Arlo Soho, and my third time at one of Arlo hotel brand. I was thinking of trying a new hotel, but the comfort and the interior design I previously experienced at Arlo was unforgettable and I thought it will remain consistent. However, for this time, I noticed a lot of different things. I'm sorry if I am being a little Karen. I will be transparent here by pointing out the good things I experienced and the not-so-good things. 1) Price: The price point did increase with incidental deposit and a bunch of resort fee/ urban fee (after check out is when they charge you for the urban fee) / taxes & fee as usual. I thought the increased price tag would improve some of the pre-existing services. But honestly, nothing has changed much. 2) Check-in process: From my previous memory, I remember Arlo Hotel has an automatic check in. All you need is give the front desk your passport, and you verify and check in by just pressing a button on the touch-screen. I didn't see it this time. Yeah sure having a person-to-person check in is more interactive. But I thought having a contactless experience also speeds up the check in process. I had to give credits to the front desk guy for helping me to check into my room earlier than 3pm though and thank housekeeping services so much for preparing the room so quickly! While waiting for the check-in, I sat down in the library room of Arlo. It still feels the same, very Scandinavian design and cozy. However, there were stacks of excessive chairs sat by the corner of the room and it triggers the Marie Kondo in me. 3) The room: Arlo Hotel changes the brand of their amenities. Even though, they have operated for quiet a long time, nothing has changed much about their amenities, even more minimal I'd say (no toothbrush, toothpaste, Q-tips). This is not a complain, but I also wish the bedroom smells as nice as the lobby. 4) Music at night: Based on my loose memories, I didn't remember Arlo Hotel blasts the music that loud. It's probably because I had a courtyard view room this time, so the music from the rooftop is non-stop until 11am. I never had a headache when I stayed in any hotel before. But this time I did. I just slightly complained to the front desk guy and he told me the music would stop really soon and if anything, he offered me tea. That was really nice of the front desk. But i mean for a hefty price tag at Arlo, at least provide earbuds for free or just insulate your rooftop bars/ bedrooms a little better. 5) Restaurant - Lindens: I remember few years ago, I had a breakfast buffet at the hotel's restaurant for 24 dollars or less. The buffet was so great and the food looks expensive and worth the price tag. But this time around, I ordered a two-egg omelette with plant based cheddar and it was nothing special for its 14$. Hey, at least, provide some bread on the side or some salad/veggies on the side. Another funny thing happened here is that I didn't know sparkling water was charged for 9$ and they give you the full bottle. The sparkling water wasn't on the menu and the menu didn't state anywhere that sparkling water option comes with full bottle. When the waitress asks me what options for water I want to choose, she was being so casual "Do you want tap water, sparkling water, or something else ?". I honestly didn't mind to pay 9$. But what bothers me is hotel like Arlo that tries to assimilate themselves as hip and sustainable has mini tricks to get money off their guests pocket. The fact that the waitress was sort of rude to us in the beginning, by seating us by a turbine that has loud noises and hot air coming out where there are plenty of seats elsewhere, by telling us condescendingly "let me tell you what... no restaurants ever offer sparkling water for free. It's an obvious thing." Sure, I'm sorry my country pumpkin didn't know that. But I think the way she approaches it can be different. Considering there are not a lot of people in the restaurant at that time, it surprises me how she treats us. Sure you can say that this hotel is only for well-off people with hip vibes. But back in the days, when I was a broke college student, I try to save money and look forward for my next stay at Arlo. It was my dream in college to be able to afford a nice hotel in New York. Now, having a 9-5, I feel sad that I came to realization that Arlo is not worth it.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Ewann wrote a review 13 May
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ArloSoho is a beautiful place, everyone is so nice here and it was a pleasure being here. And even if you are not sleeping there the restaurant and the rooftop are quite stunning. Thank you so much ArloSoho !
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
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jxh wrote a review 05 May
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I was very disappointed at the state of the room - such as black duct tape around furniture? At a 4-Star Hotel? Even the trash can was bothering me and that was the least problematic item, I was getting annoyed that I even got annoyed with that. But I can ignore that but the main issue was that the bathroom door wouldn’t stay closed and no one came to fix it like promised. No one followed up. I found hair in the shower as if they rushed to clean and we didn’t get to check in almost an hour after check-in time. It was just the lack of attention to detail. Still, I have to give credit where they’re due. I loved the terrace, it was such a vibe and their restaurants are very good. Also, Lobby Host Marcus C. was the best and I’m glad I got to meet him at least towards the end of my stay, because he really saved the experience for me personally. He was the most friendly and welcoming employee that I interacted with at the front desk.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Heikki K wrote a review Apr 2022
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Great location and amazing staff! Rooftop bar is very cool and lots of space (also quiet space) on G and 1st floor for work. Superfast wifi helps. As does 24hr coffee and snacks in the reception. Breakfast (brunch) served only on weekends but their recommended Maman- cafe is absolutely fantastic.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: Go to Mamans for breakfast!
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Response from Cordell Nelson, General Manager at Arlo SoHo
Responded 2 weeks ago
HI 253heikkik, We are thrilled to know that you enjoyed our spaces and your stay and that we were able to recommend some excellent places in the area for you to enjoy breakfast. We appreciate your feedback and we look forward to hosting you again soon. All the best to you!
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Brickel G wrote a review Apr 2022
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Amazing Roof Top Bar and Staff. I recently visited the Arlo SoHo, came from Mexico City and had a wonderful time at the rooftop. The view is insane, I really enjoyed the sunset and of course: the drinks. Thank you so much Terrell and Maite at the bar for being so nice and friendly. Big shoutout to Moises, one of the managers of the hotel for his 5-star service, he was extremely helpful when asking about recommendations and activities in the area. Next time I’m in NYC, I’ll definitely come back to Arlo SoHo!
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Cordell Nelson, General Manager at Arlo SoHo
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hi brickelg2022, We are so thrilled to read that you have had such a wonderful stay here at Arlo Soho! We are glad you think our rooftop views are incredible--we couldn't agree more. We will be sure to let Terrell and Maite know of your glowing review- they will be thrilled to read it. We are also thrilled to read that Moises was able to help make great recommendations for you to fully enjoy our city! We cannot wait to host you again! Safe travels and all the best to you!
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PRICE RANGE
US$201 - US$493 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Arlo Hudson Square
LOCATION
United StatesNew YorkNew York CityHudson Square / Downtown Manhattan (Downtown) / SoHo
NUMBER OF ROOMS
325
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Frequently Asked Questions about Arlo SoHo
Which popular attractions are close to Arlo SoHo?
Nearby attractions include New York City Fire Museum (0.2 km), Color Factory (0.3 km), and Jimmy's bar (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Arlo SoHo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a rooftop bar, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Arlo SoHo?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Arlo SoHo?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Arlo SoHo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Piccola Cucina Estiatorio, Piccola Cucina Osteria, and Blue Ribbon Brasserie.
Are any cleaning services offered at Arlo SoHo?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Arlo SoHo offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Arlo SoHo?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Arlo SoHo?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum (1.5 km), World Trade Center Memorial Foundation (1.5 km), and Hamilton Park (5.0 km).
Is Arlo SoHo accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.