Pet Friendly Hotels in New York


If you like many people, just do not understand the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčleaving your precious four-legged fur ball when you travel to New York, meaning you will need to find a pet-friendly New York hotel to make the trip. More and more travelers say "no" when it comes to boarding their pets while they travel and insist on joining them together for fun. Hotels in New York are accredited to guests who bring their pets but not everyone will allow pets – so you have to make the decision before booking a room if you are dead to bring Fido with you. Do not worry – there are lots of pet-friendly hotels in New York, though. And while they may charge an additional fee or impose other restrictions on your pet, you will be able to travel to New York with your pet without much hassle.

Even the most exclusive hotels in New York City will make pet concessions for a fee, and some will not charge anything to bring the pet together because they consider it an appeasement for their guests. New York City is a place where you can really just buy happiness. So if happiness comes in the form of a four-legged friend who comes together for a stay at a five-star hotel that can certainly be achieved.

There are not only five-star hotels in New York that will welcome Fido, some even have separate neighborhoods for expensive friends, so your dog can be spoiled so much or more than you are when you live in New York. For example, the Helmsley Hotel is a world-renowned hotel that offers more than pets to meet them. Helmsley Hotel offers pet-friendly rooms and also offers spa days for dogs and babysitting services for your pet. This is of course not cheap and can actually cost about half of what an actual room fee is.

Other five-star hotels also offer pet service, and even though they do not advertise, they would like to offer your pet for an additional fee. Of course, the size of the dog plays a big role if a hotel allows pets to stay. Typically, so-called pocket pets or mini-dogs are welcome at most hotels in New York.

To find out if the New York hotel you plan to stay in accepts pets, call the hotel or ask your travel agent. Your travel agency can also recommend animal-friendly New York hotels to you – and will advise you on best practice to bring your pet along on your flight to New York if you fly into town. There are restrictions on pets when you travel by plane and you will likely have to place your pet in an approved pet carrier where they will travel a lot like luggage to your destination.


Source by Lucille Jewett