Planning to spend some time in Sydney on a deluxe break with your dogs? Here our list of dog-friendly hotel accommodation in Sydney which welcome and pamper your furry friends. This collection of five-star and boutique hotels offer special packages for dog-lovers so you and your furbaby can enjoy a city break together.
Treat your furbabies to a stay at Crystalbrook Albion (formerly Little Albion) in Surry Hills. They have pet-friendly rooms located on the ground floor featuring hardwood floors and direct access outside. They have pet-friendly rooms (one Cosy, one Classic) and for an additional charge per room, your dog gets its own super soft bed and food and water bowls.
Nearest dog-park: Prince Alfred Park, 306 – 318 Sussex Street, Surry Hills
Dog-friendly cafe: Cuckoo Callay in Surry Hills is dog-friendly and offers a puppachino to your furbaby. It’s made with goats milk and crushed liver treats
Enjoy luxury dog-friendly stay at Ovolo Woollomolooo. Ovolo offers a special V.I.Pooch offer for your furbabies. They offer you an indulgent experience, complete with amenities (and treats!) to pamper you and your pooch like a true VIP. The accommodation package includes a doggy bed where your furry buddy can snuggle and relax, an eating/drinking mat and food bowl, a doggy bag with specially designed dog toys and treats, and dog-friendly staff on hand to provide assistance when you need it. It’s a luxury break for both you and your dog.
Nearest dog-park: Cook + Phillip Park at 4 College Street in Sydney next to Woolomolloo. Grass areas are off-leash at all times.
The Langham, Sydney
Enojy some pampering at The Langham, Sydney. The hotel offers luxury 5-star service for you and your furbaby as part of their Pampered Pets Staycation. This includes a Pet Afternoon Tea welcome amenity and Pawesome Pet gift bag on arrival as well as breakfast in bed for you and your pet.
As well as pet-sitting and dog walking services, you can arrange a Pet Paw-dicure and facial or grooming, In-room pet photoshoot and if it’s their birthday, a Pampered Pets birthday party. The Langham also has an extensive Pampered Pets Gift Guide for you to spoil your dog. These include The Langham Puppiccino, Pet Ice Cream and assorted branded merchandise like The Langham Pet Leash, Dog Bowl, Dog Bed and even a 3-pack of The Langham Pet Tennis Balls.
Nearest dog-park: Observatory Hill Park in Millers Point. As well as being home to the Sydney Observatory, this park with an off-leash dog area has panoramic views of Sydney Harbour.
Stay at Medusa Hotel in Darlinghurst with your furbaby. Medusa has allocated its courtyard rooms, (which cover every category, i.e. Grand, Premium and Deluxe) for guests with dogs.
Nearest dog-park: Green Park at corner of Burton Street and Darlinghurst Road. The park is an off-leash area for dogs at all times.
Dog-friendly cafe: Bloodhound Espresso. Sit outside and enjoy some food with your dog.
Intercontinental Double Bay
Book in for a Pet Stay at the Intercontinental Double Bay. Your room will be set ready to go with a dog bed in the lounge room; and water and feed bowls in the bathroom. Should you wish to treat your pet to In Room Dining, choose from a special pet friendly in-room dining menu which has been curated to please every doggy palate. Menu choices include mains including farmhouse chook, Double Bay seafood, health drinks Probiotic Carob Puppiccino or a hemp and banana smoothie. Finish with a doggie dessert choosing from mango or peanut butter ice cream.
Nearest dog-park: Steyne Park (Northern End). The park is an off-leash area for dogs at all times (except during organised sailing events)
Dog-friendly cafe: White Rabbit at 53 Bay Street. Sit outside and enjoy some food with your dog.
Pier One Sydney Harbour
Enjoy a harbourview getaway for you and your furbaby at Pier One Sydney Harbour with the Puppy Package. This stay features overnight accommodation in a Water View Room, a doggy welcome amenity on arrival, use of premium Furf food bowl, water bowl and luxury, eco-friendly P.L.A.Y. dog bed. Enjoy the in-room doggy minibar or spoil your pup with a dog-friendly in-room dining menu (charged on consumption).
Nearest dog-park: Dogs are welcome at Munn Reserve at Potts Point. It contains a small grassed off-leash area for dogs. Also nearby is Observatory Hill Park in Millers Point. As well as being home to the Sydney Observatory, this park with an off-leash dog area has panoramic views of Sydney Harbour.
Dog-friendly restaurant: Take your pup to The Gantry Restaurant at Pier One Sydney Harbour for a Doggy Degustation in the outdoor dining area.
The Hughenden Hotel
Built in 1878, The Hughenden Boutique Hotel in Woollahra welcomes all dogs and has 6 pet-friendly rooms (2 King-sized rooms and four Queen). Some of the Queen rooms have a little private courtyard or closed veranda. You can also arrange for a doggy afternoon tea and doggy birthday cake.
Nearest dog-park: Dogs are welcome at Centennial Park. With over 43% (158 hectares) of the Parklands designated off leash areas, it’s one of the largest off leash areas in Greater Sydney.
Dog-friendly cafe: Luxe Woolhahra at 118 Queen Street has a dog-friendly courtyard.
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