Dog Friendly Hotels, London
Experience outstanding hospitality for you and your pet at a luxury dog friendly hotel in London.
Luxury Dog Friendly Hotels for You and Your Four Legged Best Friend
When staying in one of London’s luxury hotels, we expect only the best. It’s only natural that the capital’s dog friendly hotels extend that VIP service to you. And wow have they gone to town.
Personalised pet welcome messages, custom made beds, turndown pet treats, toys and embroidered pet towels are a few of the luxuries your dog can expect when staying at one of London’s top hotels.
Special dog menus will cater to your dog’s culinary needs. You can even book yourself and your dog a dog friendly afternoon tea at the Egerton House Hotel!
Dog sitting and walking services can be arranged and heck, you can indulge your dog with a relaxing spa with eye cleansing, ear cleaning, a gentle massage or fresh breathe treatment.
Dog boarding fees vary across hotels but consider it money well spent to enable your pet to join you on your visit to London.
We’ve created a handy round-up of luxury dog friendly hotels in London for you to browse under one roof on Trip Advisor. Don’t take our word regarding this outstanding accommodation and dog friendly hospitality, read the reviews and decide for yourself. Compare prices for the best available deal and it’s worth clicking through to individual websites directly for early booking bonuses, special offers and discount vouchers for dining.
Red Carnation Hotels are 5 star luxury, boutique hotels in spectacular London locations. They are dog crazy. All four legged friends are treated as VIPs – Very Important Pets. If your dog can vouch for you, they might even let you stay also. gg ff
Here are quick links to their venues:
- Egerton House Hotel (Dog Friendly afternoon tea – see photo above)
- Rubens at the Palace (Opposite Buckingham Palace)
- The Milestone Hotel
- 41 Hotel
- Chesterfield Hotel (You need to check-out their afternoon tea for adults and children – the two legged variety!)
- Montague on the Gardens (Handy for the British Museum)