Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London

London is a melting pot of cultures and not just because of the 20+ million tourists that visit this vibrant city each year, but also the diversity of its locals which has influenced the London scene in food, fashion, music and art. The iconic London skyline is as eclectic as its people, with longstanding landmarks such as Big Ben and St Paul’s Cathedral juxtaposed with the modern makings of The Shard and Gherkin. Take your pooch for a stroll along the South Bank to admire these famous sights, or to cover more ground, travel the underground together. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a walk through one of London’s Royal Parks – all dog friendly with clear signposting for restricted areas. St James’s Park is a firm favourite and if it’s good enough for a scene in 101 Dalmatians, then it’s good enough for our furry friends. Visit exclusive Mayfair where at the cocktail bar Smith & Whistle & Max, your canine companion can enjoy a Poochie Colada from their ‘Dogtail’ menu. Londoners love dogs and are welcoming them to more and more events and activities including dog friendly cinemas, yoga classes and spas. It’s the pooch-perfect city break destination with stylish dog friendly hotels, including these top 15 stays for the best pet-friendly hotels in London to choose from…

Megaro Hotel – cool and funky dog welcoming London hotel

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

This no-frills pet friendly London hotel offers British rock culture inspired interiors and is located opposite the transport hubs of Kings Cross and St Pancras. Bedrooms at The Megaro are well sized and offer plenty of quirky additions like steam punk-themed artwork. The downstairs lobby area doubles as a bar, and there is also a late night bar downstairs in the basement. Hungry guests can eat in at the open kitchen style restaurant. Dogs are welcome to stay in one of the designated pet-friendly bedrooms, and visitors should request one of these prior to arrival. You and your pet can enjoy walks around Kings Cross or head on over to Regents Park for longer fun and frolics.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £145 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for The Megaro Hotel

The Cumberland – dog-friendly accommodation in the heart of the West End

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

This contemporary city base and dog-friendly hotel London is well located in the heart of the West End on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane. Bedrooms are modern and contemporary and offer a calm oasis from the bustling city streets. The Market restaurants sits on the site of the old Lyons Corner House and serves up delicious breakfast, lunch and supper for visitors to enjoy. The Cumberland offers a selection of dog-friendly bedrooms, which include a comfy pet bed, water and food bowls and a welcome treat. With the wide open spaces of London’s Hyde Park right on your doorstep, walks will be wonderful in the heart of the city, and the concierge can offer advice on dog-walking routes or recommend dog walking or pet sitting services.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Second Nest Regents Park – stylish self-catering apartments close to Regents Park

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Located just 750 yards away for the world famous Regents Park, these furnished apartments offer stylish living quarters in the West End of London and is a hotel which allows dogs. All of the accommodation at Second Nest Regents Park is of a very high standard and apartments offer fully equipped kitchens with modern units, stylish living rooms with a TV with satellite channels, and a choice of two elegantly furnished bedrooms. The apartments also offer two separate bathrooms. Your dog is welcome to stay with you in the apartment by prior arrangement. You and your best friend can enjoy long walks through the city streets, or explore the open space of Regents Park close by.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Motel One Tower Hill – Affordable accommodation close to the River Thames and the City

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Offering affordable accommodation in the centre of the city, Motel One is just a stone’s throw from the great Tower of London, and perfectly placed for strolls along the Thames. The London hotel perfect for dog lovers offer bedrooms that are simple yet stylish, while the communal areas are opulent and cosy. There is no official restaurant on site but the One Lounge offers drinks and snacks and a healthy buffet breakfast, and there are plenty of restaurants and bars nearby. Your dog will be able to stay in your room with you, and together you can explore some of the finest river walks and open spaces the city has to offer.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Town Hall Hotel and Apartments – Chic hotel lodgings in Bethnal Green

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Set within a historic building that has been stylishly revamped, the Town Hall Hotel and Apartments offers a blend of vintage decor and modern convenience in a trendy East End location. The bedrooms are bright and airy and full of retro finds and modern accessories, the Typing Room restaurant is an intimate affair serving first-class cuisine and the Peg+Patriot Bar is popular with visitors and locals alike. At this dog welcoming London hotel, your four legged friend is welcome to stay in any of the bedrooms, and will get to experience the very best urban walks in the busy East End streets or in Victoria Park or Shoreditch Park.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Caesar Hotel – a charming boutique hotel close to Hyde Park

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

This charming 4-star boutique hotel which welcomes pets is just minutes away from Hyde Park and Oxford Street. Located in a pretty Victorian building, in a quiet residential area, the Caesar Hotel offers stylish bedrooms, and the lively XO Bar and restaurant serves up burgers, tapas and specially curated cocktails. Your furry family members are welcome to take advantage of the hotel’s Stay and Dog package that offers a luxury gift set including a bed, a selection of toys and some dog treats. Located close to Hyde Park you and your best friend can enjoy romps in one of London’s most serene open spaces.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £90 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for Caesar Hotel

Malmaison London – 1970s style chic in trendy Clerkenwell

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

In the heart of Farringdon, the Malmaison London has been fully revamped to offer a funky modern take on 1970s chic and is the dog-loving London hotel. With the superb Fabric nightclub right on your doorstep, this hotel is popular with the upwardly mobile crowd and offers smart bedrooms with stencilled walls and distinctly British accents, while the Stripbar & Steak restaurant serves up signature steaks and delicious desserts. At the weekend, the bar area offers a live DJ and is busy with office workers looking to party. Your four-legged friend can join in the fun at Malmaison provided you notify the hotel in advance of your arrival. You and your bestie can enjoy walks through trendy Clerkenwell, or head on out towards the river for longer walks and bigger adventures.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £100 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for Malmaison London

K+K Hotel George Kensington – Upscale accommodation in upmarket South Kensington

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Located in Kensington, the K+K Hotel George offers easy access to some of the finest shopping in the world, and is close to the world famous Harrods department store. Bedrooms are stylish and elegant with high-quality linens and comfortable beds, and guests can also enjoy working out in the hotel’s dedicated fitness area, dining at the modern Bistro Lounge or enjoying a drink in the garden bar. As a pet-welcoming London hotel, dogs are welcome to stay in any of the pet-friendly bedrooms, but must not be any bigger than 5kg. For exercising with your best friend, you can explore the tree-lined avenues of Kensington and Knightsbridge, or wander over to the Hyde Park or Kensington Palace.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £95 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for K+K Hotel George

Bermondsey Square Hotel – a boutique hotel in the trendy Bermondsey area of the city

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

This boutique pooch-friendly hotel in London is situated on the über-hip Bermondsey Street, and appeals to young trendy types with its imaginative and unusual interiors. The Bermondsey Square Hotel offers bedrooms that all have impressive views out over the city, as well as four uniquely themed suites that offer extras like a roll top bath or a hammock. This hotel is unusual in so far as it does not serve alcohol, but you can still enjoy great tasting food in the on-site restaurant or frequent one of the many bars on Bermondsey Street. Four-legged guests will be provided with a dog bow, a blanket and a selection of treats upon arrival, and adventures await on long riverside walks, or playful fun in nearby open spaces.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Qbic Hotel London City – Fuss-free, affordable accommodation within walking distance of the City

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Quirky, affordable and laid back accommodation awaits in this novel furry-friend friendly London hotel located in the East End of London. While there is not much to see in the immediate vicinity of the Qbic Hotel London City, the South Bank and the Tower Of London are just a short stroll away. Bedrooms are in line with the “pop-up” ethos of the Qbic brand and offer basic accommodation in small, but brightly coloured spaces. The hotel also offers basic food provisions and visitors can grab a quick breakfast or sandwich on the go. Dogs are welcome to stay here although there are a limited number of Dog-friendly bedrooms available. The hotel will provide a dog blanket and other accessories on request, and there is a small park located right next door. Alternatively get out and explore the heart of the city nearby and the many attractions available on the river.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

The Montague On The Gardens – Beautiful boutique accommodation in Bloomsbury

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

This beautiful boutique London hotel perfect for dog owners is located in the upmarket area of Bloomsbury and is a period retreat from the busy city streets. Just a few steps away from the British Museum, this Georgian townhouse offers quirky and comfortable bedrooms, as well as al-fresco dining in The Garden Terrace, fine cuisine in the Blue Door Bistro, afternoon teas in the conservatory and live jazz and a cigar terrace in the Leopard Bar. Your four-legged friend is welcome to enjoy the Montague On The Gardens experience with you in any of the bedrooms and they will receive a welcome hamper on arrival. The hotel can also provide a range of pet beds, and doggy dinner menus and even doggy afternoon teas.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

Nobu Hotel Shoreditch – Japanese chic in the heart of the East End

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

The Nobu Hotel Shoreditch offers an enticing blend of Japanese styling and service with East London aesthetics. The bedrooms are well designed with a minimalist but luxurious vibe, and the hotel which allows pets also offers a large basement level bar and restaurant that serves up Japanese and South American inspired cuisine as well as their signature Wagyu steaks. There is also a Japanese garden bar and a sushi bar for guests to enjoy during their stay. Your canine companion can stay with you at the hotel, and you will both enjoy exploring the surrounding city streets or talking long walks through nearby Victoria Park.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

South Place Hotel – trendy pet welcoming accommodation in Moorgate

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

An upscale hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant, South Place Hotel which welcomes dogs offers slick, stylish accommodation in Moorgate. Bedrooms have an edgy masculine feel, but are softened with designer linens and super comfy beds, while the hotel also offers a first class, chef-led restaurant, a Secret Garden bar and chop house. All bedrooms are suitable for small to medium-sized doggies to join you during your stay, and the hotel provides king size dog beds, a welcome gift, food bowls and a local dog guide. Being in such a central location, you and your pooch can take long walks through the streets of the city, or visit Finsbury Circus Gardens for a more relaxing romp in the grass.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £200 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for South Place Hotel

Hotel Indigo London, Kensington – a boutique hotel with quirky interiors close to Earls Court station

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

As a boutique hotel set in a converted Victorian townhouse, the Hotel Indigo London offers sophisticated accommodation close to Earls Court station. Bedrooms are stylish and well appointed with quirky wall murals, and the hotel lobby is fun and welcoming. Guests can dine on fabulous Italian fare at Theo’s Simple Italian restaurant, or sip drinks at the bar. Your dog is welcome to join you in your bedroom, although the hotel does have restrictions on some breeds, so you should check with them before you book. Close to Regents Park for long walks, you and your doggo should be very happy here at this dog friendly hotel London.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

The Curtain Hotel, Shoreditch – uber cool accommodation at the heart of Hipsterville

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Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in London Global Grasshopper

Located in the hip and trendy East End of London, The Curtain Hotel is an uber cool hotel and members club in Shoreditch. The bedrooms here have an industrial feel with exposed brick walls and contemporary furnishings, while the hotel offers a wealth of facilities including a rooftop swimming pool, a spa, a members-only basement bar, the Red Rooster restaurant and an impressive live-music space for nightly entertainment. The dog-loving London hotel even has their very own resident dog, aptly named “Shoreditch”, who can’t wait to meet your canine companions and show them around his East London hunting grounds, and all bedrooms are dog-friendly. For long walks, Victoria Park is just a short stroll away.

To stay with your dog, click on the link to book as normal and on the booking form add a note to say that you will be bringing a dog (you can add this note in the Special Requests box located at the bottom of the page). The hotel will then get back to you to arrange. 

  • Prices from £160 per night.
  • To book, check prices or availability for Curtain Hotel
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Born in England, with a few family roots from Bavaria, and a heart in Scandinavia I've always been a bit of a restless soul. My first true adventure began as a six month voyage around South East Asia as a fresh faced backpacker and ever since I've lived a semi nomadic existence, clocking up over 40 countries on trips and living in Dublin, South East Asia and Australia. I'm a lover of US Road Trips, deserted beaches bathed in warm glow of a sunset, Cuban mojitos, easy-on-the-eye travel destinations far away from the tourist crowds and all things Scandinavian - from cloudberry liquors to Scandi Noirs. When not wandering the world, you'll find me walking my rescue dog in leafy South West London, strolling around the Brighton Laines on random day trips, hunting for photogenic landscapes or daydreaming about returning to my all time favourite places in the world; Havana, Copenhagen, Italy, Thailand and the frozen landscapes of a wintry Iceland. Follow Becky on Twitter and Google+.

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