Seven Most Popular Dog-Friendly Hotels in NYC

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Traveling to New York City but don’t want to leave your four-legged pooch at home? Although majority of New York City hotels do not allow pets, you will be relieved knowing that there are a number of great hotels in the Big Apple that do love dogs and even other pets, too! Here are some of the most popular dog-friendly hotels in NYC.

High Peaks Resort

At the High Peaks Resort, dogs are considered as family members and are most welcome in the hotel. It is one of the few pet-friendly accommodations in Lake Placid offering dog-friendly rooms with easy outdoor access and special dog treats at check in. A portion of your pet fee is donated to The Joshua Fund, a local organization that helps pups without humans find their fur-ever homes.
Situated in the heart of Lake Placid, surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains – the largest publicly protected wilderness area in the United States, the High Peaks Resort is also an eco-friendly hotel. Guests have the option to decline daily housekeeping to save water and energy, and they get a $5 credit/day without cleanup which can be used in any of the hotel’s on-site bars and restaurants or donated to the Lake Watershed Association. High Peaks Resort is also a member of Clean The World, the largest global recycler of hotel amenities.
Rate: $25 per pet per stay
Address: 2384 Saranac Avenue, Lake Placid NY 12946-1105
Phone: (518) 523-4411 | 1-800-755-5598
Fax: (518) 523-1120

The Benjamin

The Benjamin is named as one of the top three pet-friendly hotels by readers of (a division of USA Today Travel), offering a superior pet program.
goodDOG by The Benjamin was created in partnership with BarkBox, featuring an assortment of welcome treats and amenities especially designed for your four-legged family member. The “welcome package” includes a BarkBox containing vet-approved treats, toys and hygiene products, a BarkBox collapsible water bowl, paw wipes and a roll of plastic bags for walks, Mungo & Maud water bowl and bed for use during their stay, and an in-room pet mini bar with treats from Bocce’s Bakery and non-alcoholic Bowser Beer.
In celebration of National Pet Month, all doggie guests can enjoy complimentary stays in May – normally priced at $50 per pet per stay. The Benjamin also makes a $10 donation per pet stay to Animal League, the largest national no-kill shelter.
Worth mentioning is the fact that The Benjamin strives to minimize its carbon footprint through its Environmentally Friendly program which involves the use of energy-efficient lighting, eco-friendly bath amenity dispensers, remote control thermostats, a recycling program, laundry program, and demand response.
Rate: $50 per pet per stay
Address: 125 East 50th Street New York NY 10022
Phone: 1.866.222.2365

Kimpton Hotels

Kimpton has 65 boutique hotels in 33 cities, including the NYC, and each one welcomes four-legged wagging tails and more. Yes, every Kimpton hotel has a pet-friendly policy so you can bring along your furry, feathery, or even scaly family member, regardless of their size, weight, or breed, at no extra charge! How cool is that!
In New York, there are four boutique hotels: Eventi, Ink48, 70 Park Avenue, and The Muse. As long as your pet fits through the door, they can come into your room with you. And if that isn’t cool enough, a welcome package awaits pet guests which includes plush pet-bed loaners, food, water bowls and mats and courtesy bags for walking your dog.
You’ll be glad to know that you can spend the evenings with your pet at the nightly wine reception. Certain Kimpton hotels have Directors of Pet Relations who are actually smart, canine staff with a loving spirit and are happy to greet guests at the lobbies, test pet amenities for quality, and shake paws with other pets at the wine party.
Upon arrival, pet owners are handed a concierge list of nearby pet-friendly restaurants, parks, groomers and pet boutiques. What more can you ask for!
Rate: No additional charge for pets, no deposit required
Phone: 1-800-KIMPTON (546-7866)

The Mark

Central Park is said to be a dog’s paradise, and being only steps away from The Mark, you can be comforted knowing that your dear furry best friend is most welcome in this five-star hotel.
The Mark’s pet-loving staff is ready to meet and greet you and your pooch at the lobby. Your dog will enjoy its very own comfortable dog bed by Molly Mutt, a signature water bowl and a custom placemat.
Rate: $100 per pet per stay.
Address: Madison Avenue, 77th Street, New York, NY 10075
Phone: 212-606-3129

Loews Regency New York Hotel

Also only a few steps away from the Central Park, The Loews Regency in New York is another pet-lovers’ hotel.
Perks of the Loews Loves Pets program include gourmet room service menus for cats and dogs, prepared by no less than the Executive Chef, specialized bedding, leashes, collars, litter boxes (and litter), litter scoopers, and other pet necessities, special treats like rawhide bones, catnip and scratch poles.
The hotel also boasts pet-friendly amenities such as dog-walking route maps, pet placemats, water bowls, treats, doggie pick-up bags, as well as pet-walking and pet-sitting services.
Rate: One-time fee of $50 per stay. Limited to two (2) pets per room and in the hotel overall.
Address: 540 Park Avenue & 61st Street New York, New York, 10065
Phone: 212-759-4100 | 1-800-233-2356

Affinia Hotels

The Affinia Hotel collection has boutique hotels across the NYC – the Dumont, Fifty, Gardens, Manhattan, and Shelburne – each one as dog-friendly (and cat-friendly) as the next.
Affinia’s VIPaws pet program is designed to make your beloved dog feel as welcome and as comfortable as you are at any Affinia hotel.
Your furry, four-legged travelling companion will receive welcome treats, and plenty of pampering including food and water bowls, an oversized pet bed from Jax & Bones, a choice between three Jax & Bones rope toys of various strengths, dog stairs (if you need them), a door hanger to let hotel staff know when your pet is in the room, discounts on neighborhood pet products and services, and supplies for your dog walks (convenient waste bag dispensers for leashes, City Walks walking maps with dog-friendly destinations). The program also includes a $10 donation to the Humane Society.
In celebration of the National Pet Month, Affinia hotels offer 10% off on rooms and suites, plus free pet stays when you book a suite in May.
Rate: $50 per pet per stay.
Phone: 646.424.2600
Fax: 646.424.2601

The James New York

At the James New York hotel, pets are very much welcome. The James has teamed up with Shinola Detroit, Sophie Gamand and local shelters to make your pets feel loved and pampered.
Your four-legged family member will surely feel comfortable sleeping in a Shinola Detroit bed. The guest’s welcome package also includes colorful leash and collar, food and water bowls, and organic treats, maps of local dog parks, in-room pet menus and arrangements for daycare, walkers and sitters provided by Shinola.
The James hotel supports the no kill communities, partnering with Animal Haven in New York and PAWS in Chicago, so that for every pet that stays in the hotel, a donation is sent to these organizations for the animals’ guaranteed life.
Pet images (Macchiato, Tea Pea and Jack) at The James New York’s website is by award-winning photographer, author and animal advocate, Sophie Gamand, all adoptable from Animal Haven.
Rate: One time $75 pet cleaning fee applies.
Address: 27 Grand Street New York, NY 10013
Phone: 212-465-2000

At which hotel did you and your dog stay when you were in New York City? Would you recommend any NYC hotel for dog owners?
*Hotel rates and details may change over time from the date of this post's publication. Please visit the hotel's official website for more information. All images on this post are via each featured hotel. This is not a Sponsored or Paid post. 

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