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Quadrum Global opening Arlo NoMad hotel on 11 East 31st St.

A partnership of Quadrum Global, Simon Baron Development, Eagle Point Hotel Partners and KSNY announced the opening of Arlo NoMad, a new 250-key micro hotel north of Madison Square Park.

Located at 31st Street in Nomad, the hotel offers “thoughtfully designed, four-star accommodations.ˮ

The hotel provides tech-integrated service, function-centric layouts, and locally inspired design and amenities.

Arlo NoMad is the second in the line of Arlo hotels focused on creating a memorable, organic experience as the principal amenity. Quadrum launched the Arlo brand earlier this year with the opening of Arlo Hudson Square, which debuted in September.

“This is our second Arlo Hotel to open in New York this year and we are hoping it will enjoy the same enthusiastic reception as Arlo Hudson Square,” said Oleg Pavlov, Quadrum’s founder and chief executive officer.

“By combining efficient spaces with vibrant communal areas, Arlo Hotels offer a unique guest experience that is both welcoming and authentic.”

Located at 11 E. 31st Street in Manhattan, a short walk from the Empire State Building, Herald Square and Madison Square Park, the Arlo NoMad location is suited to tourists and leisure travelers, as well as business visitors who will appreciate the proximity to all of Midtown’s office buildings.

The hotel has three dining spots from Chef Dale Talde and partners David Massoni and John Bush.

MASSONI is a restaurant and bar featuring a menu “Italian-ish” cuisine and market-driven ingredients from the New York area; BARlo, is a second-floor bar, lounge and terrace offering rotating cocktail list and menu of small bites; and The Heights, is a rooftop bar featuring an inventive cocktail menu and views of both downtown and uptown Manhattan.

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