Best Pet-Friendly London Hotels


Red Carnation London Hotels


Enjoy a trip to London without having to leave your furry friends at home with the help of these pet-friendly luxury London hotels. From dedicated pet concierges to animal spa treatments and tasty welcome treats to neighbourhood area guides, your pet will be utterly pampered and just as smug as the labrador pictured above in no time.

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Red Carnation London Hotels

These London hotels are unparalleled when it comes to pampering pooches.

1 Kensington Court, London, W8 5DL

Tube: High Street Kensington Station


You might want to think twice about checking your pet into one of the Red Carnation London Hotels, where they will be so pampered they'll never want to leave. The Milestone, 41 Hotel, Egerton House, The Rubens, The Chesterfield and The Montague are all about VIPs - Very Important Pets. With some of the hotels even offering dedicated pet concierges, you can expect your pooches to be pampered and cats completely catered to. Luxuries include a welcome hamper filled with toys and treats, a letter detailing travel tips and where to visit in London, custom-made pet beds, a special pet menu, and even a turndown treat. You'll know when to leave them snoozing thanks to a 'Do Not Disturb/Pet Sleeping' card, and you can even book a Pet Spa Day. See the official Red Carnation website for details on individual hotel offerings. 


St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Treat your dogs to a Pooch City Break at the St. Pancras Renaissance.

Euston Road, Bloomsbury, London, NW1 2QP

Tube: King's Cross Station


The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel goes above and beyond being dog-friendly, offering a luxury St. Pancras Pooch City Break that will make your four-legged friend feel completely welcome. Guests checking in for the package will be greeted by a Woof Box that contains an assortment of gourmet snacks, grooming products, eco-friendly toys and hygiene products. Then, during your stay, you'll be treated to a masterclass with City Dog training school, teaching pooches how to handle the various situations that London life may present, such as getting around on public transport and how to take a 'pelfie' (pet selfie). You'll also be given a VIP membership to StyleTails, the luxury online shop for pet lovers, and provided with the opportunity to relax in the Hansom Lounge, where dogs will be presented with a refreshing bowl of water while you relax with a cup of tea. Come bedtime, dogs will be treated to MiaCara food and a Charley Chau dog bed and blanket. Prices for the package start from £740 per night or guests can pay a £50 supplement to have their dog stay in their room, which also includes the use of a dog basket and dinner bowl. 


ME London

It's nothing but the best for pets staying at ME London.

336-337 The Strand, London, WC2R 1HA

Tube: Temple Station , Covent Garden Station


If your canine friend demands nothing but the best, head to the luxury ME London hotel, where a special dog stay experience takes dog-friendly accommodation to the extreme. Available to dogs under 5kg, four-legged visitors will be assigned their very own 'Aura Host', who will meet their every need. Tailoring your dog's stay, they will organise grooming, spa treatments, birthday parties, gifts, walking and anniversary celebrations - the anniversary of what, we're not quite sure. The host will even arrange personal shopping trips to ensure canine guests are kitted out in the latest luxury fashion. Plus, forget standard dog food and a hosepipe wash down, your pup will be fed chef-prepared food and provided with bathrobes, towels and shampoo. Room supplements start from £50 per night per pet. 


Rosewood London

The Rosewood's residence pooch, Pearl, will make your pet feel right at home.

252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN

Tube: Holborn Station , Chancery Lane Station


With its own resident pooch, a golden retriever by the name of Pearl, Rosewood London specialises in pampered pets. Welcoming any cats or dogs under 7kg to stay for free, the hotel treats dogs to a sumptuous bed, tasty welcome treats, water and food bowls, as well as information on local dog-friendly restaurants, bars and parks. But if you want book in for a pampering experience for you and your pooch the hotel has a Canine Package where Rex gets a pampering session by celebrity dog groomer Jamie Griffen while you relax at the Sense Spa. A Barbour dog bed, collar and lead, for use during your stay, and Lily's Kitchen meals are included in the deal. Cats will be looked after too, with a bed, litter box, toys, welcome treats and food and water bowls. All furry guests will also receive a welcome card from Pearl. 


Ace Hotel London

This stylish hotel provides a luxury spot to stay with your four-legged friend.

100 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JQ

Tube: Old Street Station


While it doesn't have any specific pet packages at present, The Ace Hotel is dog-friendly and provides a luxury spot to stay with your furry friend. With interiors by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby that bring together vintage furniture and original artwork, you and your companion will feel right at home. All dogs are welcome, but if you want to bring anything larger or stranger than a dog, contact the hotel and see if they can accommodate you. A reasonable rate of £25 per night is required with no charge for additional pets and during the stay they are allowed in all public areas except for the restaurant, Hoi Polloi, and the downstairs bar. 

Looking for somewhere to work remotely? The Ace Hotel is great for that too!


The Bermondsey Square Hotel

Dogs are welcomed with open arms at this stylish hotel.

Bermondsey Square, London, SE1 3UN

Tube: London Bridge Station


The Bermondsey Square Hotel is more than welcoming to four-legged friends, striving to make it just as memorable for them as it is for the owners. All pets are provided with dog beds, bowls, treats and a special ribbon wrapped bone. Plus, you'll receive 10% off collars, leads and harnesses at nearby boutique shop Holly & Lil - Collar Couture and be informed on which bars, shops and restaurants in the neighbourhood are pet-friendly. A £20 nightly surcharge is applied for this service.


The Athenaeum

The Bone Rangers team will take your dog for an hour-long romp through Green Park.

116 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7BJ

Tube: Green Park Station , Hyde Park Corner Station


The Athenaeum Hotel, perfected situated opposite Green Park, offers 47 acres of open parkland for your four-legged friends to stretch their legs. The Mayfair hotel also offers an evening buddy service so dogs who prefer not to be left alone get one to one companionship in the evenings. It's just one of the dog friendly extras at the Mayfair hotel located just an eight minute walk from Buckingham Palace. The paw down service is a shorter evening visit from one of the Bone Rangers team, including a short walk, cuddles and feeding if necessary. They also offer hour-long walks giving your favourite canine plenty of exercise and stimulation with lots of cuddles at the end. All three services come at an added cost but you can rest assure Fido will be getting the five-star treatment.


Sheraton Grand London Park Lane

Two famous dotty dogs are associated with the grand Art Deco hotel.

Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BX

Tube: Green Park Station , Hyde Park Corner Station


The Art Deco Sheraton Grand London Park Lane has a bone fide connection to canines. Two dotty dogs named Pongo and Perdy, the stars of 101 Dalmations, are associated with the hotel which is where much of the film was set. The hotel is also well positioned for walkies, opposite Green Park. Pets are welcome as long as there's just one per room and dogs can stay for free if they weigh less than 40 pounds - that's smaller than a golden retriever, bigger than your typical terrier and everything in between. Originally opened in 1927 at the height of the Roaring Twenties, the 303-room hotel had a complete transformation in 2016 when the 'Grand' was put back into the name - and look - of this historic hotel.


Blakes Hotel

Precious pups receive a personalised gold bowl engraved with their name.

33 Roland Gardens, London, SW7 3PF

Tube: Gloucester Road Station


Blakes Hotel in South Kensington is the original boutique hotel but the atmosphere is friendly rather than formal and that attitude extends to dogs. A short stroll from Hyde Park, the hotel also has its own outside space - a Matthew Williamson-styled courtyard. Their approach to pooches is bespoke and includes a menu (subject to prior request of the owner) for your four legged friend, based on the dietary requirements of each dog. Precious pups also receive a personalised gold bowl engraved with their name. Dog beds, treats, sitters and dog walking services are offered to all canine guests at the hotel which is frequented by an international crowd.


The Stratford

Putting a new meaning into 'down dog', The Stratford offers 'doga' at its the sky garden.

20-22 International Way, Olympic Park, London, E20 1GQ

Tube: Stratford Station


Right by east London's Queen Elizabeth ParkThe Stratford is a stylish 150-room hotel which overlooks lots of green spaces for dogs to run around in. The hotel, which occupies the seven lower levels of the striking double-cantilevered tower, is offering 'doga' at the sky garden, allowing guests the chance to achieve greater harmony with their dogs with a wonderful view of London skyline. Giving new meaning to the term 'down dog', doga is about creating a sense of calm for you and your pet by working together as a unit while exploring power-play dynamics. Just minutes from Stratford International and six minutes by train to King's Cross St Pancras, the hotel is surprisingly close to central London.





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