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Arlo Hotels Heat Up for Summer

by Aoife O’Riordan

Jun 8, 2022

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New York City-based Arlo Hotels announced a summer filled with community-inspired events for visitors and locals to enjoy. The hotel brand invites guests to choose from a wide variety of experiences, from fitness events to art tours. Arlo Hotels’ three locations in New York City integrate the lively energy of the city into each event, promising an exciting summer for all.

Arlo Hotels bring back the popular fitness series, Summer of Wellth at Arlo,  following a two-year hiatus. Partnering with Wellth Collective, Arlo Hotels delivers an all-encompassing lineup of rooftop workouts to expert-led panels. In this series, guests and locals can choose from an array of high-energy classes with some of New York City’s most elite personal trainers. Guests can choose from yoga flow to power sculpt to dance cardio and HIIT workouts. These classes are offered each week.

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On select Summer Saturdays, Arlo Hotels combines these fitness classes with a cool-down panel discussion on various topics in the wellness industry. Panelists include Y7 founder Sarah Levey, Dancebody CEO Katia Pryce and mindfulness and health expert Terri Cole. Guests of the Summer of Wellth at Arlo will enjoy select wellness-focused pop-up shops and healthy refreshments, including ZenWtr, ASHOC Acelerator and more.

Another exciting event coming to Arlo Hotels brings a new social club to the properties. Arlo Hotels and Parlor Social Club takes the exclusiveness out of membership-based social clubs, opening the doors for inclusive events with members, hotel guests and locals. Arlo SoHo and Parlor Social Club will host living room mixers to make guests, locals and Parlor members feel at home. The events will serve a wide variety of mocktails to emphasize delicious flavors and allow guests to explore a “sober curious” lifestyle.

Arlo Hotels’ long-standing musical partner and curator Sofar Sounds will bring intimate concerts each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this summer. The duo will feature unannounced performers at each Arlo property covering a variety of genres. After each show, guests can relive the evening via a custom Spotify playlist highlighting each Arlo artist.

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Art enthusiasts must take part in a one-of-a-kind experience by Chelsea Tours. Arlo Hotels welcomes guests to learn more about the neighborhoods and experience New York City’s ever-evolving art scene. Arlo guests have insider access this summer to private tours of Chelsea galleries and SoHo street art. Guests can use the code ARLO for insider pricing and an exclusive version of the tour.

Arlo Hotels’ three New York City properties each boast rooftop venues to take in rare views of the city. For summer, A.R.T. SoHo, A.R.T NoMad and Nearly Ninth Rooftop invite guests to enjoy a sunset drink with a new and robust selection of expertly curated mocktails, including the Garden Margarita at A.R.T. SoHo and other one-of-a-kind no ABV cocktails.

Are you planning a trip to New York City this summer? What is your favorite aspect of New York City? Do you plan to stay at one of the Arlo Hotels and take part in its summer events? Which event are you most excited to try? Tell us your thoughts. Email us at [email protected]. Please include your full name and location.

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