The Best Pet Friendly Hotels to Book in Brooklyn, New York

Many rooms come with a view at slick hotel The William Vale
Many rooms come with a view at slick hotel The William Vale | Courtesy of The William Vale /
Julia Sayers Gokhale

If there’s one downside to going on vacation, it’s when you have to leave your pets behind. But you never have to worry about that if you can book a pet-friendly hotel – and these more and more places are geared towards those traveling with dogs, giving you more options than ever before. These best-of-the-best pet-friendly hotels in Brooklyn provide upscale accommodations that are comfortable for both you and your furry friend.

1. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, for epic views

Boutique Hotel, Eco Hotel

An industrial-rustic room at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, with steel and salvage wood elements and city views
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If there’s 1 hotel (see what we did there?) in Brooklyn for truly epic views, it’s this 1 (ok we’ll stop). Floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping panoramas of the Brooklyn Bridge and the New York skyline that both humans and dogs will love. Greenery in the rooms brings the outside in and marries with the hotel’s eco-conscious credentials. When you’re ready to venture out with your pup, concierges at the hotel can recommend Brooklyn’s best dog parks, pet shops, grooming salons and more.

2. The Williamsburg Hotel, for extra-special treatment

Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Industrial chic double room with a view at The Williamsburg Hotel
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At The Williamsburg Hotel, pets aren’t just accepted, they’re celebrated. The hotel’s pooch program means your dog will find all the comforts of home at the hotel. Upon check-in, pups are greeted with fresh-baked treats and the choice between sweet or savory goodies. In the room, you’ll find water and food bowls for your pooch, as well as dog treats, a minibar and room service. Each day they’ll even get a peanut-butter-filled Kong delivered to the room.

3. The William Vale, for spoiling you and your pooch


The stylish dining room of the restaurant at the William Vale looks out over the Midtown Manhattan skyline from double-height windows
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At Williamsburg’s most pet-friendly hotel, dogs get spoiled—and so do you—with luxurious balcony rooms. The special rate package includes goodies to pamper your pup. They’ll receive treats from District Dog, a stylish bandana from The Foggy Dog, and a luxurious Purple dog bed to slumber on (you’ll get a discount code to purchase one to take home after your stay).

4. The Hoxton, Williamsburg, for trendy stays


A room at The Hoxton, Williamsburg, looks out over the East River to the Mid-Town Manhattan skyline.
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At the trendy Hoxton hotel, four-legged pals stay for free. That means there’s no additional fee to bring your dog along at this pet-friendly hotel in Brooklyn (unless, of course, they chew the furniture to bits). Modern, artsy rooms provide big-time skyline views of New York City. Your dog can lounge nearby while you crash on comfy beds outfitted with linens by a local Brooklyn designer. Plus, there’s no rush for you to leave with check-in and check-out times of your choice.

5. NU Hotel Brooklyn, for personal touches

Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Double room at the NU Hotel with cool modern art on the walls
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Brooklyn is one of New York City’s most pet-friendly boroughs and the NU Hotel embraces that. Pets can stay at the NU Hotel with you for a one-time cleaning fee of $100. Your pet-friendly stay includes dog treats in the lobby, personalized dog bowls, embroidered dog beds and dog cleanup bags. The front desk staff can also recommend Brooklyn’s best parks to take your little guy on an adventure.

6. Boro Hotel, for modern chic

Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Minimalist room with a city view and stylish furniture at Boro Hotel
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Get your camera ready because every spot at The Boro Hotel makes a perfect Instagram shot backdrop. Minimalist industrial-modern rooms feature balconies, plenty of space and views of the Big Apple skyline. You can travel with your pup for a one-time cleaning fee of $100. And, since you have your best friend with you, you can stay as long as you want—the hotel offers discounts for stays three nights and longer.

7. Pod Brooklyn, for bargain style

Chain Hotel, Hotel

Minimalist, trendy lobby at Pod, Brookyln with wooden floors
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Rooms at Pod Brooklyn are efficient, fun, budget-friendly and pet-friendly. The 249 rooms are intimate but smartly designed. Space-saving touches like bunk beds and compact work desks provide everything you need, while oversized windows allow light to flow in. Pets can stay with you for a fee of $25 per night. They’ll also enjoy the hotel’s numerous green courtyards, which many of the rooms overlook.

8. EVEN Hotel Brooklyn, for a top location

Budget Hotel

Modern, vibrant bar at EVEN Hotel Brooklyn
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The EVEN Hotel puts wellness at the top of mind—and having your pet with you is often an important part of emotional wellbeing. Dogs are allowed at the hotel for a deposit of $100 per stay. You’ll both enjoy the hotel’s walkability and proximity to some of Brooklyn’s iconic landmarks and parks. If downward dog is more your style, the hotel provides fitness equipment—like yoga mats and blocks—in every room.

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