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"Hip, youthful, tech-friendly, and approachable crash pad that embraces the artsy vibes of SoHo and Tribeca."

Need to know

    • 325 rooms, no suites.
    • Within easy walking distance of Tribeca, Chinatown, SoHo, and the financial district.
    • Check out time can be extended depending on room availability.

We love

  • The woodsy, spicy fragrance in the lobby that perfectly compliments the earthy and minimal hotel design.
  • Browsing the vinyl collection in the lobby.
  • How every space is a nook.
  • The excellent, super-fast, reliable wifi.
  • The 40’ x 20’ mural by a local, NYC artist, Frank Ape, the winner of a prestigious social media competition.

An extra little something

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Custom cocktail creation with a bartender.

Top Secret

The hotel’s restaurant, Harold’s Meat + Three offers a mysterious item on its menu: “BC Chicken.” Fear not, “BC” stands for beer can, and it is totally delicious.


Bought in 2014, built in 2016, Arlo SoHo’s design was finalized only after the property was bought. Each Arlo is recognizable but also customized to its specific location. For Arlo SoHo, this means embracing the arsty, downtown, hip NYC scene. The management is proud of its culture of loyalty—the hotel boasts a 0% turnover among staff since it opened.

The Review

Arlo SoHo is a youthful hotel in both name and spirit. The hotel has a laid-back, social vibe that encourages guests to get out of their rooms and explore. To facilitate this, all guests have free use of Arlo bicycles, day and night. There are also plenty of activities at the hotel: sunrise yoga on the rooftop, Tuesday poker nights, and jazz nights with local musicians, designed to get guests to mingle. 

The hotel embraces a “micro lifestyle” approach. Translation – very small rooms (150 sq. ft.) ideal for single travellers or couples who are not shy around each other. The rooms are thoughtfully designed with high-quality essentials: an excellent wooden headboard that wraps around the bed, high-thread count sheets, space-saving reading lights that snap into place, and a steamer in the bathroom, are just some details that make the rooms hospitable despite their size.

The hotel offers expansive public spaces where you can find guests nestled in corners working on their laptops. Thanks to the hotel’s policy of free and open wifi throughout the hotel and comfortable, tasteful chairs and couches to lounge on, a distinctive “co-work” vibe permeates the space. Catering to the needs of its guests, as well as the downtown set who may drop by, Arlo SoHo has excellent, fast wifi connectivity throughout the property (Arlo SoHo has twice the number of routers than most hotels of this size). After a hard day of work or play, guests can mingle with locals on the rooftop bar, which boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding skyline. Even during the day, millennials mill about, sipping on beachy cocktails in the surf-themed bar.

From its bodega in the lobby, which is open 24/7, to its accessible, open public spaces, Arlo SoHo is an inclusive, approachable hotel that whispers: come on over.


Arlo SoHo

  • Address: 231 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013 (just north of Tribeca)
  • Travel info: Nestled between Tribeca, SoHo and Chinatown, the hotel is conveniently located next to the Holland Tunnel and many NYC subway lines (the 2, 3, as well as the A C E).

Key Features

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