Need to know
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm, also flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $135.15, excluding tax at 14.75 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of $3.50 per person per night on check-out.
Rates do not include breakfast; for $19 extra you get access to the buffet of cereals, fresh fruit, smoked fish and more.
Ask to borrow one of the Priority bicycles and explore the city on two wheels. The hotel has partnerships with the local DogPound gym (www.thedogpound.com) and Sky Ting yoga (www.skytingyoga.com), with classes available for guests – they’re very popular, so book ahead if you can.
Rooftop bar Good Story will be closed for renovation until 1 May 2018.
At the hotel
Restaurant, two cocktail bars (one rooftop), coffee shop, library, free WiFi throughout, Priority bicycles on request. In rooms: TV, mini fridge, hairdryer, Blind Barber bath products.
Our favourite rooms
The City Queen-Terrace rooms have a few extra square feet of space inside (bumping them up to 160sq ft), but the main draw is the generous patio with two sunloungers, an outdoor shower and views of downtown Manhattan. The standard City and Courtyard Queens and Kings are the same size, so take your pick depending on if you value floor-space or rollover-space.
Follow the Arlo philosophy: everything you need, no excess. Alright, fine, bring the selfie stick.
All the common areas are wheelchair-accessible, and there are rooms in all categories designed for guests with mobility issues. All guest rooms, as is typical for New York, average at a petite but perfectly formed 150sq ft.
All ages welcome. Twin bunk rooms can be connected to a King room on request. Highchairs are available in Harold's Meat + Three restaurant.