|"The staff is amazingly friendly!"||(in 284 reviews)|
|"Very clean and great location."||(in 225 reviews)|
|"great views attentive staff."||(in 157 reviews)|
|"Rooms are too small to share."||(in 164 reviews)|
|"Elevators were very slow and crowded."||(in 42 reviews)|
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|view of the empire state||in 354 reviews|
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|floor to ceiling||in 150 reviews|
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Best hotel for the next generation
Modern design, the lounge area is designed to incorporate as co-working space where people can do work or have meeting, rooftop bar with great view to the city and empire state building, free bike rental, friendly staff
The room is a little small compare to other traditional hotel but it is really clever designed to maximize the use of space. There's only one glass door between the bathroom and the outside. If you share the room with someone, your 'business' could be heard.
Well designed, great vibe
As an interior designer, I have an appreciation to the level of design and details. The room was small, but because of thoughtful use of space, it functioned really well for our needs, plus with an expansive corner of floor to ceiling glass, it still felt open and airy. Great views. We loved hanging out in the public spaces, listening to live jazz. Only disappointment was that the roof deck was not open during our stay. Would have liked to have experienced that. The breakfast toast available in the lobby was amazing.
The HVAC system was loud. I did not sleep well the first night because of it. The entry doors are huge and heavy. While the ADA automatic door buttons were helpful, a door man would be a nice addition to help guests in and out of the Lobby with luggage. The elevators were slow. At times there was a line to get on the elevator on main level.
Great concept with right-sized room with social/wo
Great studio space for working with yummy food and bar services available throughout the common areas. Surrounded by the city and all the great Korean food. Wifi is included and suer nice staff. Great value in this city.
Arlo Nomad is a thoroughly New York micro-hotel with a buzzing social vibe. It has made its mark in the New York hotel scene and is one of the most stylish, accessible, and wallet-friendly upscale options available.
New to the hotel world, The Arlo NoMad is highly popular with all type’s travelers, though are solo travelers, couples, or pairs of friends. For tourists wanting to stay in Manhattan's most busy and trendy neighborhoods, the NoMad location of this hotel is hard to beat. The hotel sits at the convergence of multiple communities including Korea Town, Murray Hill, and Herald Square, which means restaurants, cafes, and bars are all within a five-minute walk. The Empire State Building is within a four-block walk, while Bryant Park, the New York Public Library, and Madison Square Park are all within walking distance as well.
Hotel rooms are compact with space-saving designs and sharp décor. Nearly a quarter of the rooms are corner units with dual-aspect windows, and the Sky Rooms have jaw-dropping city skyline views, many directly onto the Empire State Building.?Bed options in the rooms include bunk beds, queens, and kings, and standard features include free Wi-Fi, minibars, electronically controlled blinds, flat-screen TVs, and more conveniences.
The Arlo NoMad gives travelers an only-in-New-York experience with neat perks and events, plus great food and beverage offerings. There's Massoni Bodega in the lobby that provides fresh coffee and the official restaurant, Massoni, is founded by Dale Talde of "Top Chef”. The social vibe is fostered by bars, Barlo and The Heights, and free access to a New York Sports Club.
Arlo NoMad is focused on local style and packed with events program that can only be found in New York. The compact rooms with high-end amenities are a treat for travelers.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Arlo NoMad is known for having holiday deals that allow guests to purchase bottles of alcohol at discounted prices, such as the Rose, White, and Blue package that is offered during Memorial Day. There is also the Staycation package, which will allow you to benefit from free parking, two free welcome cocktails, and late check-out. If you work for the government or are a member of either AAA or CAA, you will also be eligible to receive year-round discounts on your booking.
When you are staying at the Arlo NoMad, you will have a variety of unique events to choose from in order to stay entertained. The hotel hosts a CraftJams series, with past classes including subjects such as how to create macramé plant hangers and making paper flower wreaths. Other popular workshops are Writing and Wine, an event that allows guests to receive writing advice while benefiting from happy hour deals, and Speed Dating, an opportunity for visitors to get to know each other.
Although the Arlo NoMad does not have its own on-site gym, visitors at the hotel are allowed to workout at a variety of fitness centers that are conveniently located in the same neighborhood. Free classes are also offered through Tone House and Studio B at Bandier, with some examples being Pilates, yoga, and Zumba. To find out which fitness center meets your specifications the best, head to the hotel’s concierge desk.
The Arlo NoMad is home to six meeting spaces that are each equipped with comfortable leather chairs, convenient desks, and audiovisual equipment. When booking a meeting or workshop at the hotel, you will be eligible to receive certain perks and discounts, such as drink vouchers for each guest staying at the hotel, as well as a complimentary daily breakfast buffet. When making the room reservations for all the guests of your event at one time, you might be eligible to receive a discount on your booking.
If you will be arriving at LaGuardia Airport and would like to travel to the Arlo NoMad as quickly as possible, it is best to either grab a cab or a ridesharing service, as the drive will take you only 15 to 20m depending on which route you are taking and traffic congestion at the time. While a normal UberX will cost you between $32 to $42 each way, a larger vehicle that can fit up to six passengers, generally referred to as an UberXL, will cost closer to $40 to $50. If you would like to travel on a budget, it is also possible to use public transportation. The local bus will bring you to the hotel in approximately 1h, and a one-way ticket will cost $2.75 per person. (Prices checked 28/05/19).
Arlo NoMad is located at 11 East 31st Street in Midtown, 0.7 miles from the center of New York. Empire State Building is the closest landmark to Arlo NoMad.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Arlo NoMad.
Yes, Arlo NoMad offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Arlo NoMad does not offer free parking.
No, Arlo NoMad does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Arlo NoMad is 6.2 miles from New York LaGuardia.
No, pets are not allowed at Arlo NoMad.
No, Arlo NoMad does not have a pool onsite.