TimeOut New York calls Arlo’s programming “so good you’ll never want to leave your hotel.” Read on to see why.
Both of Arlo’s rooftop bars, The Heights and Arlo Roof Top, offer creative craft cocktail menus, light bites and stunning views over the Manhattan skyline.
Even without on-site gyms, Arlo’s wellness partners and rooftop fitness series make it an ideal choice for all types of travelers.
Arlo NoMad’s showstopping design doesn’t stop on the top floor – our roof features a skywalk that looks 31 stories down to the bustling streets below.
Partnerships with leading NYC fitness studios like Dogpound and Surfset make Arlo one of the best hotels for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Arlo Roof Top reopened in Summer 2018 as an urban oasis in the heart of downtown Manhattan, complete with craft cocktails and bites from Chef Harold Moore.
Did someone say ice cream? Arlo kept guests cool with boozy ice cream and ice cream cocktails throughout the summer months.
Arlo SoHo’s rooftop opened to rave reviews, and was listed as one of the best NYC rooftops for the fashion-forward crowd.
Arlo’s terrace rooms give guests showers with the ultimate view – a panoramic view of the downtown Manhattan skyline.
A warm-weather trip to NYC isn’t complete without paying a visit to one of the city’s famed rooftop bars – see why Arlo’s are some of the best.
Camp Arlo is the hit of the summer, with boozy ice cream, “glampsites,” and picnic tables perfect for munching on the camp-inspired menu.
Porchetta with Pesto and Buttermilk Poppy Seed Dressing? No wonder Massoni’s pizzas are considered some of the best in the city.
Arlo isn’t just a place to stay, but a place that’s bringing together colleagues, entrepreneurs and thought leaders for meaningful and exciting discussions.
Manhattanites never like to waste a rooftop; Arlo converts the added space into rooftop bars, meeting spaces and even rooftop gyms!
Here for a good time not a long time – read about Arlo’s summer pop-ups and why our programming keeps guests coming back for more.
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Anchovy paste, cake testers, an heirloom cast-iron skillet and more home kitchen picks from the New York chef.