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With minimalist décor but maximum buzz, the Arlo NoMad is in a trendy neighbourhood in the heart of the city, near the Empire State Building. It may have small guest rooms and not so many facilities, but it has some lovely public areas and a great restaurant.

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Located in bustling, trendy NoMad (or Madison Square North), this used to be the Garment District and there are loads of shops, restaurants and bars nearby and a good choice of subway lines to choose from. A fantastic, good-value Korean restaurant, Her Name is Han, and an inexpensive café/deli, Bread and Butter, with loads of choice, are almost next door.

By plane: flights to New York take 6 hours 50 mins from London and Edinburgh, and 7 hours 10 mins from Manchester. The hotel is a 35-minute taxi ride from JFK airport. Parking on-site costs $81 per day. Book flights to New York.

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The hotel's design is pretty minimalist and the set-up of public spaces encourages interaction. The youthful clientele ensures a buzzing atmosphere much of the time. Some modern, colourful artwork brightens up the place.


Facilities are quite minimalist here, for example, a small store in the lobby with snacks replaces room service. Instead of a gym, on-site guests get complimentary passes to a sports club a few blocks away. A laundry service is offered. Service is good and friendly on the whole.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Bodega
  • Lounge
  • Roof terrace
  • Fitness classes
  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The guest rooms are spread over 29 floors, and are small, at 150 square feet. Some have balconies or are higher up the building and therefore have better views and hence are pricier. The white walls are broken up with dark wood panelling and there's a small desk area, storage under the bed for luggage and a small bit of hanging/storage space.

Room types: Twin Bunk, Queen, Essential Queen, City Queen, Terrace Queen, Corner Queen, Sky View Queen, Essential King, Sky View King

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, hairdryer, electronic blinds, TV, free Wi-Fi


Lamalo Restaurant by the lobby serves Middle Eastern food and caters well for vegetarians and vegans. In place of room service, for coffee, pastries and snacks all day, there's a small bodega (convenience store). There's a chilled bar around the cosy lounge areas on the second floor and another bar on the rooftop.

Lamalo: Middle Eastern cuisine, mezze and skewers, from $7. Open Tues-Sat, 5-11pm.

Bodega: coffees, snacks and sandwiches. Open Tues-Sat 7am-11pm, Sundays 7am-2.30pm.

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