Dog Friendly Hotels in New York City

For staycation, a city trip, or as a recommendation for family and friends, New York City has so many great hotels. Sometimes hard to find a cool hotel that is also dog friendly. Well, thanks to the new book of Four and Sons, Dog-Friendly New York will inspire you to just book, hang and have a great night of sleep together with your furry friend you may never want to leave. Here are 5 hotels to save on your wishlist.

 

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The Hoxton, Williamsburg

This East River view hotel located in Williamsburg is a perfect spot for a city getaway. With a dog-centric guide, you can explore Williamsburg's hottest places to go and stroll like a local (if you aren't already) to the streets and (outdoor) restaurants. Their own rooftop bar has amazing views and is great to hang with your dog on a warm summer day. The Hoxton hotel brand founded in London is well known for its aesthetic taste combined with country and modern touches to feel everybody home and away. Lastly, they will not charge you any additional fees for bringing your dog and they will provide bowls and poop bags if needed. We are big fans! Book your stay here.

 

The Ludlow, Bowery

This cool hotel is located in the heart of bowery, one of the hottest areas in Manhattan these days. Located next to the famous Katz Delicatessen and its own Dirty French Restaurant. This hotel has the looks and the vibes and welcomes smaller pets with an additional fee of 25$ per night. Book your stay here.

 

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The Crosby Street Hotel, Soho

Inspired by dogs, this hotel is part of London's Firmdale hotels and is located in the heart of Soho. A dream can come true to stay in a hotel that you will usually see only in the design magazines can be for real for you and your pooch. When you enter this hotel you will explore all kinds of art related to dogs. From dog stone sculptures to wall art, Kit Kemp, founder, and creative director designed all the details in this beautiful hotel. No additional fee is required and dog bowls and beds are included in your stay. Book The Crosby Street here.

 

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The Boro Hotel, Queens

According to the New York Times announced as one of the upcoming neighborhoods you need to visit right now, Queens is the place the be. This design hotel based in Long Island City has stunning views over Manhattan and has a great connection to the local breweries and waterfront with the best views. With a small additional fee, fido is more than welcome. Book your stay here.

TWA Hotel, JFK Airport

Living the Pan Am life by staying in the TWA hotel with your hound. This cool hotel located in the heart of all the terminals is great when you love airports and always dream about traveling (while you don't have to). Designed by pioneering architect Eero Saarinen, he designed this hotel by creating so many more things to offer than seeing planes come and go. You can enjoy their apres-ski bar, outdoor pool, and theatre. Tip from the Dog-Friendly New York guide, book a run-way view room for the full experience. Book TWA here.