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Meet Arlo Hotel, Hudson Square: a Big Apple property that's quaint, but big on style and giving back.
Following the innovative “tiny hotel” trend, Arlo’s guestrooms are intentionally quaint, while the common areas sprawl, encouraging social interaction rather than tucking away in your room (although we couldn’t blame you for that, either; sleeping quarters here are impressive). Arlo’s location in the historic Printing District (one of two in NYC–the other is in NoMad) is nestled between SoHo, TriBeCa, and the West Village, meaning that many of the city’s top hot-spots lie literally steps away. But these favorable neighborhood vibes are given a run for their money by their counterpart within the hotel. Arlo’s friendly, organic, and informal atmosphere is refined even further by its unpretentious staff, already famous for its high-quality customer service. You’re welcome.
Sleep and Sanctuary
Arlo’s 325 micro rooms provide all the luxurious comforts that a hotel of this caliber should hold, while also employing a Tetris-like efficiency of space. Their sleek and monochromatic design brings the snazzy Manhattan apartment of your dreams to life with nothing less than necessary, but nothing in excess. Sleep tight in your alcove bed, work hard (or hardly work) at your flip-down desk (with free/great Wi-Fi), and get organized with your custom-designed AvroKO open pegboard closet. Additional amenities include LED TV’s and bedside USB charging stations, plus bathrooms with glass-enclosed rainfall showers and Blind Barber bath products, full of natural oils. Lather up!
Eat. Pray. Eat.
Exec Chef Harold Moore is a seasoned expert in the industry, spanning multiple restaurants, awards, magazines, and even TV shows (he’s been a recurring guest judge on on Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay,” for example). His 20-year career, outstanding flavors, and convivial vibes that surround his restaurants have inspired an enthusiastic fan-base. After tasting his work at any of Arlo’s on-site restaurants, you’ll soon discover why.
Harold’s Meat + Three – This upscale twist on quintessential southern dining adds some East Coast flair to otherwise classic fare. The restaurant’s namesake stems from its menu’s quirky ordering concept, where you select one main from the list, accompanied by three sides (also paired with your choice(s) from a lengthy sauce listt--never forget the sauce!). While mains are all meat or seafood cuts, plant-based foodies can substitute for a five-side entree instead (in addition to the all-you-can-eat gourmet salad bar, at your service). Side dish winners include all things green–like grilled asparagus, sauteed spinach, or herb salad–and anything potato: rösti, purée, wedges, or salad. And for dessert? Harold serves a giant slice of coconut cake, followed by pumpkin soft-serve cones for the entire table. Yes, we’re drooling too.
Good Story – A trip to Manhattan wouldn’t be complete without a rooftop bar experience – and Good Story’s definitely one for the books (pun intended). In addition to jaw-dropping views of the Hudson, the bar also serves up craft brews and cocktails, plus grilled snacks and small plates that spin off from Meat + Three’s. But the real festivities can be found in the bar’s ‘pop-up’ experiences, where from time to time, the scene evolves into a Winter Wonderland, Urban Luau, and more–because the best stories are meant to keep us guessing, are they not?
Arlo Liquor Bar – If you prefer your libations served indoor + ground-floor, head on down to the lobby for Arlo Liquor Bar instead. Drink service here (including a rotating cocktail menu) extends to the nearby common areas as well, so feel free to mill about and explore the hotel’s eclectic spaces. While doing so, we recommend carrying a Hudson on Hudson Sour in hand: crafted with Hudson bourbon, lemon, herb simple syrup, and egg.
- Bodega – This 24-hour market-place, located in the lobby, is your ultimate grab-and-go-to for food, drinks and more. Start your day with fresh fruit and a cup of JOE coffee, or grab a premade sandwich and head to the park for a picnic. You can even purchase a hoodie if the weather is cooler than planned, or a pair of bamboo headphones to rock out in personal style. Bambooyah!
The Art of De-stressing
Arlo Hotel is a place reserved for sleeping, savoring, and socializing, but spa and fitness centers are in abundance nearby, thanks to its prime Hudson Square location. If you’d like to explore this area via (environmentally-friendly) wheels, however, the hotel does offer complimentary, custom-outfitted bikes (designed by local Priority Bikes shop) to take your show on the road. Enjoy.
One of our favorite aspects of the Arlo brand is its emphasis on social interaction; why visit a city but meet nobody new? Travel memories are just as much about the people you meet as they are about the destination, if not more. With multiple, spacious communal areas at this hotel, you’re bound to spark some friendships with other guests and/or locals alike. Arlo’s Library is a co-working space by day and hangout lounge by night, home to boardgames, throwback films, and cocktail service from the Lobby Lounge. The Studio is another naturally-lit meeting space that opens up to a large outdoor terrace, the interior of which can be divided into three smaller rooms, if you please. Also find the Living Room Lounge just off the lobby, featuring a curated vinyl selection and regular programming for your entertainment. Step outside from here and you’ll find the final space on this list, the Courtyard: An ideal place to hang quietly by day, and make friends over drinks under festive string lights by night.
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hearing impaired, vision impaired, physical disabilities + accessible travel paths
Wake up to views of the New York City skyline or the hotel Courtyard, made of brick, wood, and greens. Possible sleeping arrangements include a single king, single queen, or two twin beds–the latter of which is offered in bunk-bed style as well (with two separate TVs, in accordance). While king rooms include automated windows and under-bed storage, queen and twins sometimes include an outdoor terrace with the room, nearly identical in size to the interior of the room itself. These not only host two sprawling chaise loungers, but also an outdoor shower. Would you expect anything less?
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Kind Eats and Drinks
- LuAnne’s Wild Ginger All-Asian Vegan combines local ingredients with Japanese, Thai, Korean, and Chinese flavors
- Start your day with a melt-in-your-mouth cronut from Dominique Ansel Bakery
- Grab a drink (+ some history) at The Ear Inn–NYC’s oldest bar
- Honor the fallen of the World Trade Center Memorial & Museum
- Catch some live comedy with the Upright Citizens Brigade
- Gain creative inspiration at the Whitney Museum of American Art
- Explore the Manhattan Waterfront using Arlo’s complimentary bikes
- Looking for family fun? The Chelsea Pier Sport’s Complex offers 25+ different activities
- Kayak the Hudson River–for free!
Do Good for the Day
- Be a hero for members of Henry Street Settlement, Arlo's local charity, by supporting them in a variety of ways
- Support Friends of the Highline to help care for this awesome, above-ground urban parkway
- Shop from the local merchants of Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market (and treat yourself in the process)
Be Kind to Yourself
HOW TO GET THERE
231 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10003
- 10.9mi from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) (Taxi: approx. $46)
- 19.3mi from JFK International Airport (JFK) (Taxi: approx. $70)
- Link here for transportation from both airports