If you can’t dream of leaving your pets (dogs, cats, birds, or other animals) behind while visiting New York, do not fret as you will be able to find pet friendly New York hotels which differs from hotels that accepts pets.
While on your travels to the hotel, please note that if you utilize the MTA’s buses or subways that pets are permitted provided they’re carried in kennels or similar containers and are subject to approval by the conductor per their rules. Failure to follow the rules can mean fines, removal from the train or being denied being boarding even if your fare has already been paid. Also, Greyhound and Peter Pan Buses do not allow any pets (dogs, cats, birds, or other animals) onboard unless they are a service animal so please keep that in mind if coming to New York via bus.
Below are are just a few lodgings that are available to you during your stay in New York. When reserving your room(s), here are a few questions to ask.
* Is there a pet fee/deposit and how much?
* Is the pet fee/deposit, non-refundable?
* How many pets are allowed per room during my stay?
* Is there a weight/size limit for my pet?
* Is my breed of pet permitted at the hotel?
* Do I have to keep my pet caged while a guest?
* Does my pet have to vacate the room daily so it can be cleaned?
* Are there places for my pet to play and is it free?
150 East 34th Street
(Lexington and Third Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
303 Lexington Avenue
(East 37th & 38th Street)
New York, NY 10016
Doubletree Times Square
(Between West 47th & 48th Street)
New York, NY 10036-8201
Dream Hotel NYC
210 West 55th Street.
(between Broadway and 7th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019-5218
Tel: 1.800.323.7500 / 1.212.2472000
Holiday Inn Express
625 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Holiday Inn Express allows pets but unfortunately, guests must be twenty-one (21) and older to check in.
New York Marriott Marquis
New York, NY 10036-4077
New York Marriott Marquis allows pets and those planning to see a Broadway show loves their proximity to thirty (30) performance theatres.
While on your visit, let your furry one meet new friends at one of New York’s dog runs. Should your pet require medical attention, one can call up for pet emergency transport service from AmbuVet. Please note that while AmbuVet is committed to providing prompt and compassionate service, they do not provide any direct veterinary care, diagnosis or life saving procedures.
We hope the information has been useful to you and hopes that you and your “furry family” enjoys your experiences in New York.
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