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.
I haven't done a review in months ... Wasn't too keen, but Arlo Soho has brought me back to trip advisor... I'm here because Katherine Solomon and Gary Wallach are amazing ...the staff is wonderful ...it's longer term stay a month or even more...it's my micro home. This is where fantastic comfort meets super housekeeping and a hip lobby with even cooler staff. Oh the security guys are most helpful as well. If ultra cool micro and Soho is your style then Arlo it is...and then there is nothing !
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!!…
I stayed three nights here in May 2021. The first room I was given was on the second floor directly above the entrance and facing the Holland Tunnel. I asked for a switch and the staff switched me to a courtyard room which was quiet and had a nice little view of a mural. Everything was great from here on out. You definitely feel like you're in the cabin of the boat because the room is tiny, but everything is high quality. I was alone so space wasn't that big of a deal. For context, I'm quite picky, travel a ton and generally do 4* or 5*. Pros - Strong water pressure and great hot water, excellent AC - Comfortable bed (slept like a baby and appreciated the two sets of blackout shades) - High quality toiletries (Blind Barber) - Excellent Wifi (did about 8 hours of Zooms with no problems), lots of charging outlets, easy to work from - Any time I had a service request (clean the room, late checkout, neighbors being noisy, etc) it was easy to get in touch with the front desk and they were super accommodating. I've stayed in much more expensive hotels where you're waiting forever for a service or to reach someone. Cons None really; yes, it's tiny, but you know what you're getting and the value more than makes up for it in my opinion…
I must say I hesitated in choosing this hotel due to all the drama surrounding the "Soho Karen" incident, but (my Parisian apartment is small). But I must stay that I am very pleased that I gave this hotel a chance. I stayed here in April and it was such a wonderful experience! The location is perfect if you want to be in Soho. It's just a block or less from Spring street, which has a ton of great shops and restaurants (several patio options available). There is also a Trader Joe's and CVS nearby. The Spring street metro is also very close. The hotel itself is very chic and CLEAN. The staff was extremely helpful and considerate. I had a small problem with my bathroom door and they moved me to another room immediately while offering their apologies. Every time I interacted with members of the staff (about three or four times for questions, etc.) they were courteous and helpful! The cleaning ladies deserve a shoutout as well because they were friendly and helpful, too. I also enjoyed the restaurant on site (Harold's) and the open space available for just lounging and taking breaks. Finally, the rooftop bar is a real treat! I truly appreciated my experience at this hotel and I will definitely stay here again! Thanks to all the staff for making this a memorable trip for my son and me.…
Why should you accept insultingly small rooms because it's young and hip? My wife and I reserved a room with a king size bed. The bed literally touched both walls! If we were both in bed, my wife had to crawl over me to get out. Just because you're "young and hip", does not mean you have to be an idiot.