Arlo NoMad

Midtown, New York

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New York City

New York City

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A sleek and stylish hotel in the heart of the Manhattan, with a buzzed-about restaurant and a hip rooftop bar

  • NoMad is being hailed as Manhattan’s newest 'hood and Arlo NoMad keeps up the pace by providing bikes to explore. Minutes from the Empire State Building, this multi-award-winner has a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and was voted 2019 Lifestyle Hotel of the Year by the Boutique & Lifestyle Leaders Association.

  • An offbeat "Italianish" menu features pastas and pan-cooked pizzas at Massoni, a cutting-edge, industrial-like space. There's a grab-and-go counter and BARlo serves up coastal bites, beer, wine and cocktails inspired by 80s film characters. Sip cocktails at the rooftop A.R.T. NoMad, on the 31st floor.

  • As per Arlo’s hip "micro-hotel" approach, rooms are modestly sized, but boast tons of bold, modern personality. Expect clean lines, pops of colour and tech-savvy amenities, alongside walnut furniture, handmade porcelain tiles and city views.

Amenities

- Wi-Fi access
- Restaurant
- 24-hour pantry
- Bar
- Complimentary bikes

How to get there

From JFK airport, take the AirTrain to Jamaica station and walk three minutes to Jamaica station on the Babylon Branch rail service. From here, travel two stops to Pennsylvania Station and then either walk two and a half blocks, or take the Q32 bus for two stops (from W 32 St/7 Av to E 32 St & 5 Av) and walk for a further two minutes.
11 East 31st Street, New York, New York 10016

Highlights

NoMad is named Manhattan’s newest neighbourhood, but also dates back to the Gilded Age and retains Historic District status. Gape at the gorgeous Beaux-Arts building, or see namesake Madison Square Park - five blocks away and home to one of the original Shake Shack outposts. Popular restaurants in the area include Hill Country Barbecue and the eateries of Eataly, and there are some stylish boutiques within walking distance too.

For travelling elsewhere, subway lines abound, or you can take a train from nearby Penn Station to one of Long Island’s quaint towns or hamlets.

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