Street Inn (Boston, MA, USA)
This lovely historic townhouse Inn on Boston’s famed Charles Street offers a wonderful blend of exquisite antiques and modern convenience. It is rare to find such a place willing to accept pets. Nonetheless, the well-behaved pooch is welcome here. Bi-peds will enjoy the well-presented breakfast delivered to the room, the whirlpool tubs, and the many other modern conveniences that each room comes stocked with. This is an Inn that has thought of absolutely everything to make its guests feel right at home.
Eastland Park Hotel (Portland, ME, USA)
Featuring the "Pampered Pets Program.
Fairmont Copley Plaza (Boston, MA, USA)
This historic hotel, located in the middle of Copley Square—steps from Copley and Prudential Center shopping, as well as Boylston and Newbury Streets—has gone out of its way to make the pet-set feel right at home. In addition to offering the traditional pet-friendly amenities, the Copley Fairmont has a live-in doggie Mascot, Catie Copley. Catie is a beautiful black lab who spends her time hanging out in the entry foyer, offering a friendly greeting to guests and passerby alike. Catie is available to guests who’ve left their own dog at home—either for a few pats on the head or a long walk around town. And, for the two-legged set this hotel offers sumptuous, elegant, old-world luxury delivered with phenomenal personal attention and the friendliest of customer service.
The Hawthorne Hotel (Salem, MA, USA)
You’ll find that this Historic Hotel of America member conforms to your expectations of unique style, charm, and warmth in abundance as well as information about the hotel’s relationship to the seafaring history of the area. The friendly staff adds personality to your memorable stay.
Hotel (Alpine, TX, USA)
This historic hotel built in 1912 is in the heart of Cowboy Country and only 40 miles from the McDonald Oberservatory and the most modern telescopes in the world and 118 miles from Big Bend National Park. Located in the most rural county in the US, except for places in Alaska, brewster county is 8000 squares miles big with a population of only 10,000 people! And the closest hotel to Big Bend National Park and the observatory welcomes guests and their pets! Nearby, you'll find a 24-hour bakery with outdoor seating and another restaurant with some outdoor tables so you and your pet will find all the comforts of home in this oasis in Texas! Nice to know that you'll get warm Texas welcome when you check-in, especially from a cowgirl named Daisy who's there to give you a down home welcome! www.hollandhotel.net
Hospitality Group (12 US Locations + Quebec, Canada)
Magna Hotel Properties all feature a "Pampered Pets" program. At check-in your dog or cat will receive their very own welcome amenity. This amenity includes a personalized letter from the General Manager’s dog or cat, highlighting all the hot spots for your pet to visit during their stay (pet-friendly shops, restaurants, dog parks, etc.). To enjoy during their stay each dog will receive an edible treat and a chew toy to take with them. Felines will enjoy cat treats and a catnip toy. Each hotel provides disposable clean-up bags…and walking services can be arranged by our bellman, if requested. Pet pads and litter boxes for in room emergencies are provided at the front desk. Along with your turndown chocolates, a dog-bone and / or kitty treat will be left for the little ones too.
Zero Hotel (Boston, MA, USA)
This modern oasis in the center of downtown boston caters to both pets and people with equal care, attention, and sophistication. Dogs receive a welcome goodie bag with treats, chews, shampoo, name tag with hotel contact info, and canine tourist attractions. The hotel is only two blocks from Boston Common grounds, and centrally located within blocks of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and the heart of Boston’s shopping district.
The Ave | Hotel (NYC, NY, USA)
Hotels (San Francisco, CA, USA)
This entire hotel chain—consisting of unique, stylish boutique hotels in Union Square in San Francisco—welcomes pets with open arms. Dogs receive a welcome gift basket upon arrival, including a squeaky toy, dog cookies, scoop bags, and a bed to nap on. For the guest who has left their furry friend at home but still wants some companionship, gold fish can be delivered to your room upon request. www.personalityhotels.com
Grand Hotel (NYC, NY, USA)
Owned by the Hartz Corporation, this hotel goes out of its way to make pets feel welcome. There’s a ‘dog bar’ on the sidewalk outside for dogs to have a refreshing drink. Hotel employees have treats in their pockets and get down on their knees to play with their furry guests. There’s a doggie room service menu, as well as dog beds, bowls, and chews available. The hotel will arrange dog walks, sitters, and services on request. For the two legged guests the hotel is a sophisticated, comfortable, lush modern hotel that is a wonderful oasis in the middle of the city.
All W hotels are pet friendly. While they don’t generally offer many additional services for their doggie guests, all of their hotels are elegantly zen-like in a way that is supremely comfortable and soothing to pets’ human pals. Dogs enjoy the W’s signature ‘Heavenly Bed’ as much as their owners do. www.whotels.com
Westins offer dogs their own version of the Heavenly Bed with a beautiful, plush dog bed, as well as treats, dog walk bags, and other little goodies upon check-in. Non-canines will enjoy the Westin’s Heavenly Bed and Heavenly Bath—with or without their furry pals.
Mayfair Hotel and Spa, Coconut Grove area of Miami, Florida.
The Mayfair Hotel and Spa is in the historic Coconut Grove area of Miami, Florida and was designed by famous architect Kenneth Treister. The hotel’s exterior is a work of art. Treister had traveled to Asia and Latin America and incorporated these influences into the decor of the hotel. The Mayfair is an urban oasis amidst some of the best shopping in the world. When guest enter the hotel they immediately are in an Asian garden with a closed atrium area and sculptures of flying cranes.
The Mayfair originally had a butler service on each floor. Today, this service no longer exists but the hotel carries on the tradition of top-notch customer service. There are 179 guest rooms, the majority of which can be classified as suites. The largest rooms are 700 square feet and have Japanese soaking tubs on their balconies. Each guest room is private and distinct and has hand-carved doors from Latin America and large 6 foot long bathtubs. These tubs are unique to the hotel and are no longer manufactured.
The Jurlique Spa at the hotel is 4,500 square feet with seven different treatment rooms. It uses organic, natural products and takes a holistic approach to treatments which are based on mind-body healing. In October the resort opened its nightclub and a roof-top swimming pool. The pool area has 8 cabanas, a gas lit fireplace and stunning views of the ocean.
The Mayfair Hotel is extremely pet-friendly and provides biscuits, bottled water and special bedding for the animals. There is also a pet menu given to guests. The concierge is familiar with the best parks, pet-walking services and vets in the area.
For more information visit http://www.mayfairhotelandspa.com/
A star denotes hotel was featured on Hotel Monthly