Westminster Dog Show

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Westminster Dog Show's
Favorite Pet-Friendly Hotel

As the official Gold Partner Host Hotel of the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania has recently concluded another successful year of accommodating all canine hopefuls, breeders, and owners for Westminster weekend! The 144th Westminster Dog Show took place February 8–11, 2020, and we are proud to share that Siba, the 2020 winner of "Best in Show," was among our guests at the time of her incredible win. Stay tuned for more news regarding the 145th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in 2021.

Book your WKC Dog Show Stay in advance and enjoy perks for you and your pet. During the Westminster Dog Show, Hotel Pennsylvania is proud to provide a variety of pet-friendly amenities, including the largest indoor doggie spa in all of New York.

Our pet-friendly hotel in Manhattan offers a new and improved Hotel Penn Dog S’paw, offering:

- Bathing tubs
- Dog grooming area
- Exercise/fitness area
- In-house relieving area
- On-site Doggie Concierge


Exclusive for our guests: Direct shuttle bus service for Dog Show exhibitors and spectators from the Hotel to Piers 92/94 from Sunday through Tuesday (courtesy of Westminster).


If your dog wins Best In Show and you are a guest of the Hotel Pennsylvania, your entire stay is free!

WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB RATES


Rates are published later in the year for 2021. Rates exclude tax, applicable fees and surcharges.


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Congratulations to Siba!

The rumors are true—Siba, the first Standard Poodle to take home the title of "Best in Show" in 25 years, was an actual guest of Hotel Pennsylvania! Owned and bred by Connie S. Unger, Siba is a happy and confident girl who loves running around the fields near her home in Hanover, PA. She and Connie enjoyed accommodations in one of our recently renovated rooms, listing our bellmen and parking services as highlights of their stay. Following her great success, Siba has retired from the show circuit to focus more on frolicking through fields.