• CONRAD NEW YORK PARTNERS WITH POOCHI TO PROVIDE PET FRIENDLY AMENITIES

     
    POSTED September 7, 2018
     
  • CONRAD NEW YORK PARTNERS WITH POOCHI TO PROVIDE PET FRIENDLY AMENITIES

     
    POSTED September 7, 2018
     
  • CONRAD NEW YORK PARTNERS WITH POOCHI TO PROVIDE PET FRIENDLY AMENITIES

     
    POSTED September 7, 2018
     
  • CONRAD NEW YORK PARTNERS WITH POOCHI TO PROVIDE PET FRIENDLY AMENITIES

     
    POSTED September 7, 2018
     

Conrad New York and canine concierge and luxury apparel company POOCHi announced a unique partnership to ensure all guests, even the four-legged and furry ones, experience a luxurious stay at the Lower Manhattan property.

Beginning this month, the new program will provide Conrad New York guests traveling with their pet access to dog beds, bandanas, food bowls and additional amenities to make one’s dog feel at home in their guest rooms. Pet owners can also easily sign up for POOCHi’s private GPS-tracked dog walking services, which include a map of the route traveled, arrival and departure times, and a brief recap and photos of their pet’s Big Apple adventure.  

Located a short block away from the Conrad New York property, POOCHi is led by a team of professionally trained individuals who complete extensive onboarding and certification processes to ensure that the best care is provided to each pet. POOCHi is also a business ambassador for the ASPCA and a portion of each walk is donated to help their mission to save animal lives. 

Already well-known for their pet friendly services, Conrad New York welcomes dogs up to 75 pounds, and the property is in short-walking distance of dog runs and waterfront parks in Battery Park City. 

Rates at Conrad New York are available upon request

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