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A small-space retreat with sizeable style.

The design firm Avroko is best known for bold, sweeping materials and naturalist interiors, from the memorabilia-plastered walls of bar Liquorette to the reclaimed wood of 1 Hotel Central Park. But the firm’s new micro-hotel brand Arlo reveals a more compact, pared-down approach. The 250 abodes, which average 150 square feet a piece, maximize function without sacrificing style. Often, space-saving measures masquerade as design innovations: Concrete-cast vanities cleverly unite bath and bedroom, headboards reveal hidden outlets and USBs. Walnut built-ins dominate the décor, seamlessly integrating under-bed storage shelves and custom open closets. A pair of cheeky, jetlag-friendly clocks are also embedded: one for “here,” the other for “home.” Given the caliber of the onsite cuisine, however, it’s unlikely that guests will spend much time in their rooms at all. Italian-inspired restaurant Massoni opened to much acclaim, and downstairs, Bodega readies guests to explore the hectic city with quick bites and coffee to go.



11 East 31st Street
New York City
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