New York City
Here are some fun ideas to explore New York City. For a more detailed itinerary take our trip planning assessment. We'll use your preferences to create a fun and memorable experience for you and your pup.
Enter the New York state of mind with your pets. As New Yorkers ourselves, the team at Petminded is slightly biased. But for good reason! Whether you want to travel by subway or bring your dog to dinner. You will find a mix of dog friendly parks, pet hotels, holistic centers and much more. Your pet will be pampered while you are at that business meeting or catching a Broadway show.
Let New Yorkers show you and your pet a good time.
Where to stay
The Soho Grand
The Soho Grand is a luxury New York hotel that will keep your pets in style and boasts its very own dog park. Their pet friendly services and amenities ensure that our four-legged friends feel right at home with organic treats, bedding, food and water bowls, and doggy bags. The Soho location is a 20 minute walk to Washington Square Park Dog Run, Tribeca Dog Run and Leroy St Dog Run so your pup can experience all the vistas that the neighborhood offers.
1 Hotel Central Park
The 1 Hotel at Central Park offers a welcome amenity for ever furry visitor. A block away from Central Park means there are plenty of activities that you and your pup can enjoy! And to take it a step further, they offer a dog-friendly Concierge team with information about NYC's best dog parks, pet shops, grooming salons and more.
Where to eat
An acclaimed seafood restaurant run by a dog-loving team. Make a reservation on OpenTable and mention you are dining with a dog.
La Contenta Oeste, Greenwich Village
We love the owner Luis, who has crafted a dog menu beloved by our own pets. Check out Washington Square Park Dog run after your meal to help your pup work off some of those calories.
The Wilson, Chelsea
Dog friendly dining is elevated to the next level at this special restaurant. They offer a dog-friendly menu catering to your dog's palate. A fine dining experience fit for a pup!
How to get around
You can fly into JFK, La Guardia or Newark Airports. Another option is to take the Amtrak or Metro North Trains from a nearby state such as Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts or DC. Getting around in NYC is easiest by subway, so bring a tote or carrier so you can show your pup the sights!
Thinking about planning a trip with your dog? Here are some fun ideas to explore. We hope both you and your pet will have a safe and memorable adventure!
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