As a Long Island native, I’m used to vacationing out east on L.I. for a quick getaway. We typically stay at luxury resorts and are used to the royal Hamptons treatment, especially with our little fur baby. After moving to New Jersey and becoming a NJ girl [thanks hubs], we’re always searching for places to stay that compare and are pet friendly too. Our stay at the W Hotel Hoboken in Hoboken, NJ was more than what we had hoped for. I can’t wait to share all the details with ya’ll in this post. Make sure to keep reading to learn all about our stay, and the great benefits to staying at a Starwood W Hotel.
[Check me in, please!]
All hotel rooms feature products from the BlissSpa Hoboken, a world-renowned and tranquil place to relax and unwind. I’ve been using Bliss products for years, so it was super refreshing to have these products on-hand during my stay [hello to saving room in my suitcase, too]! The Lemon-Sage Body Butter is my long-standing, ride-or-die, favorite Bliss product. If you haven’t tried it yet, PLEASE do yourself a favor and grab the travel size tube, I promise you won’t be left disappointed! The Lemon-Sage Soapy Suds bath wash is great for the shower also.
One of the biggest draws to the W Hotel Hoboken [besides the amazing views, food, and drinks] is that the entire hotel is pet friendly. We brought Brody virtually everywhere that we went [minus dinner]. As crazy pet owners [did I say that out-loud?!] who are still looking for luxury, the W Hotel Hoboken checks everything off our list. We love that we can bring our little fur baby with us, and we know that the staff will treat our pet the same way that we do. Each room comes equipped with a dog bowl, ‘Woof! pad,” dog bed and treats. To say that Brody felt at home is an understatement. It’s not common to find many hotels that accommodate dogs the way that W Hotel’s do – this truly makes the brand unique and special, especially for dog lovers [I know you’re out there too]!
[Brody and his dad got quite comfy on their stay, especially on this huge lounger with views of Manhattan]
[This view though…]
The hotel also has a delicious restaurant that is connected to the building called Halifax. We had dinner there the night of our stay with friends, and it was a delicious meal + the atmosphere was wonderful. Halifax’s food is not only top-notch, but the view of NYC doesn’t hurt either. The North-Eastern Coastal cuisine specializes on meat an seafood, and all the produce is fresh and comes in local from neighborhoods in the area. If you’re feeling like the night’s still young when dinner’s over, you can also pop over to any of the bars (including an outdoor side-rooftop), or to the resident club, Lulu’s to dance all-night-long!
Do you have a favorite hotel that you bring your pooch too? I’d LOVE to know about it in the comments below!
Special thank you to the W Hotel Hoboken for collaborating with me on this post. I graciously received a compensated room in exchange for this review. A always, all opinions are my own.