Dog-Friendly Hotels in NYC

Not all hotels are created equal. Here are a few in New York City that go the extra mile to welcome you and your pooch to the Big Apple.


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The Kimpton

The Kimpton boutique hotel’s pet policy is – if your pet fits through the door, we’ll welcome them in!

With an impressive selection of hotel amenities and extras, and no additional fees or deposits, they rank high in terms of pet friendliness.

Bonus points: The Kimpton Muse has their very own Director of Pet Relations – Sadie the Shitzu! Sadie is often on hand at the front desk to greet guests, tell them about the dog spa, and suggest the best walk routes.

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    They’re true animal lovers, with no size or weight limit and no limit on the number of pets allowed. Bring along your furry, scaly, OR feathery friend.

  • Cost

    There are no additional fees or deposits

  • Amenities

    Plush pet-beds, food, water bowls and mats, and courtesy poop bags for your walks. You’ll also get a list of nearby pet-friendly restaurants, parks, groomers and pet boutiques. Pets are even welcome to join the party at their nightly wine receptions!

  • Location

    Eventi
    851 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, NY 10001

    Muse
    130 W. 46th Street
    New York, NY 10036

    Ink48
    653 11th Avenue
    New York, NY 10036


The Mark Hotel

Located just steps away from doggy Mecca Central Park, The Mark Hotel is a luxurious option for the stylish pup on the go. Pets are welcomed with a custom designed dog bed by Molly Mutt, signature water bowls, and a custom placemat. Furry guests also get to enjoy a special menu by Jean-Georges, and their own travel bag with The Mark Woof Woof Kit. What more could a dog ask for!

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    All pets.

  • Cost

    There is a one-time $100/pet charge.

  • Amenities

    A custom designed dog bed by Molly Mutt is available for every pup, as well as signature water bowls and a custom placemat. Furry guests also get to enjoy a special menu by Jean-Georges, and their own travel bag with The Mark Woof Woof Kit.

  • Location

    25 E 77th St
    New York, NY 10075


The James Hotel

When it comes to being pet-friendly, it’s hard to beat The James Hotel. Every time a pet stays with them, they make a donation to Animal Haven, a no kill animal shelter in New York. You’ll feel right at home, because their shared love for pets is on display. Walls are decked out with portraits of pooches taken by award-winning photographer, author, and animal advocate Sophie Gamand. With two locations in New York City, they’re an incredible option for any dog toting guest.

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    Dogs and Cats.

  • Cost

    $75 pet program fee.

  • Amenities

    To ensure style and comfort, they teamed up with Detroit based brand Shinola to provide four-legged guests with goodies such as dog beds, colorful leashes and collars created in collaboration with renowned photographer Bruce Weber, as well as a selection of toys.

    They also offer an array of goods and services to make your furry friend feel at home, including food and water bowls, organic treats upon arrival, maps of local dog parks, in-room pet menus, and arrangements for daycare, walkers, and sitters.

  • Location

    Nomad
    22 East 29TH Street
    New York, NY 10016

    Soho
    27 Grand Street
    New York, NY 10013


The Standard

When The Standard realized just how important it was for guests to bring their pets, they changed their policy. Now all pets are welcome, and at no extra fee.

They didn’t stop there. They’ve collaborated with Found My Animal, a pet accessory company that donates a portion of proceeds to rescue, and created their own exclusive line of products. The collection, which includes a handmade leash, collar, water bowl, and pouch, all in Standard red, is available at the Standard Shop. 10% of proceeds go to animal charities and rescues!

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    Dogs and Cats.

  • Cost

    There are no additional fees or deposits.

  • Amenities

    The Standard offers a range of services for your pup, including full city guides to enjoying your stay with your dog in tow. They’ll help you book everything from dog training, to grooming, to doggy acupuncture.

  • Location

    Highline
    848 Washington Street
    New York, NY 10014

    East Village
    25 Cooper Square
    New York, NY 10003


The Highline Hotel

Staying at The Highline Hotel does not mean leaving your pup behind! Dogs are welcome, and their team is happy to help with specific in-room pet needs, neighborhood pet partners and dog parks. They’ll even hook you up with a dog walker or pet sitter!

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    Dogs and Cats.

  • Cost

    There are no additional fees or deposits.

  • Amenities

    They offer complimentary dog treats in the lobby and water at the front gate. Pets are welcome to relax in the extensive outdoor seating, while dining or people watching with their human. They are also on hand to arrange pet sitting and dog walking through WoofMeowRoar.

  • Location

    180 10th Ave
    New York, NY 10011


La Quinta

On a budget? No problem! La Quinta Inn & Suites has over 700 pet-friendly locations from coast to coast. With four locations in NYC (in three boroughs!), you’ll have no problem finding a place to crash with your pup.

The Low Down

  • Who’s Welcome

    Cats and dogs. No more than two (2) domestic pets are allowed per room.

  • Cost

    There are no additional fees or deposits.

  • Amenities

    You’ll have to supply all of your pets necessities.

  • Location

    17 West 32nd St 
    New York, NY 10001 

    1229 Atlantic Ave. 
    Brooklyn, NY 11216

    533 3rd Ave 
    Brooklyn, NY 11215 

    37-18 Queens Blvd 
    Long Island City, NY 11101

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