New York City Pet Friendly Hotels

The Animalista NYC Pet Friendly Hotels
Looking to take a trip to NYC and want to bring your pet; we list five great hotels across budgets to consider

If you can’t think of traveling and leaving your furry friend behind, New York should be your next destination when the Pandemic is over. Come check these cool pet-friendly hotels for all kinds of style and budget. Some of these hotels only allow smaller dogs while others welcome dogs and cats of all sizes, as well as other animals. All you have to do now is choose the best option for you and your pet and let the adventure begin.

The Greenwich Hotel

Tribeca // 377 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013 // (212) 941-8900

Located in the Tribeca neighborhood, The Greenwich Hotel was made to please dogs and their humans. The five star luxury hotel allows small and big pets with no extra fees. You will be able to relax in the Shibui Spa and enjoy the hipster atmosphere of the Tribeca, with the art galleries, theaters, and minimalist restaurants around the hotel.

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Crowne Plaza Times Square

Times Square // 1605 Broadway, New York, NY 10019 // (212) 977-4000

In the heart of New York, this hotel offers walking distance to important sites as the Rockefeller Center, the Radio City Music Hall and the Central Park. Pets are welcomed, but be prepared: you will need to make a deposit of 350 USD per stay. If there is no pet damage, you will be charged only 50 USD for a deep cleaning fee and have a refund.

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Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York

Lower East Side // 171 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002 // (212) 237-1776

This charming hotel boutique offers breathtaking views of Manhattan in their rooftop. You can also enjoy the sunset with a cocktail by the heated pool. To make the experience perfect, the hotel allows one dog or cat per room for a 50 USD fee per stay. The pets are requested to stay crated while you are outside your room and any damage must be paid. The hotel also reserves the right to ask guests to move the pet to another facility at any time.

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Park Lane Hotel

Midtown // 36 Central Park S, New York, NY 10019 // (212) 371-4000

Known for its spacious rooms and suites and amazing views of the Central Park, the Park Lane is located near Fifth Avenue shopping, Broadway theater and Radio City Music Hall. You can enjoy the Pooch Package, a dog concierge that gives the guest a dog bed, food, water bowls and treats. Also, a calendar with pet-friendly events is included. Make sure to walk your dog in Central Park, you will find dog drinking fountains and off-leash hours before 9am and after 9pm.

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The Williamsburg Hotel

Brooklin // 96 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249 // (718) 362-8100

Dogs are welcome in this modern hotel that offers more than just a cool neighborhood. Clear views of the Manhattan skyline, rooftop pool and bar, large windows add to the fact that your furry friend will be received with special beds, treats and other amenities.

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Omni Berkshire Place

Midtown // 21 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022 // (212) 753-5800

The Omni Berkshire Place is a pet-friendly hotel that offers personalized service for every guest. Only dogs and cats are allowed and a non-refundable cleaning fee of 175.00 USD is charged per stay. Be careful: the hotel only allows one pet per room.

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By: Nathalia

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