After Hearing From PETA, Soho Grand Hotel and The Roxy Hotel End Fish Rental Program, Rehome Fish, and Earn Box of Fish-Shaped Vegan Chocolates

After hearing from PETA that fish suffer when confined to small, barren bowls and that many die in the commercial pet trade, GrandLife—the company that manages New York’s Soho Grand Hotel and The Roxy Hotel—ended the hotels’ goldfish-rental program, in which live fish were delivered to guests’ rooms upon request. The 21 fish already being held at the hotels were rehomed to staff. GrandLife joins Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, LLC, which ended a similar fish-rental program in 2018.

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