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5 Best Pet-friendly Hotels In Philadelphia | BetterVet

Summary of Philadelphia Pet-Friendly Hotels

Looking for pet-friendly hotels in and around Philadelphia? We got you covered. Check out our list of the best pet-friendly hotels around the Philadelphia area.

(in no particular order)

 

  1. Aloft Philadelphia Downtown, Center City
    Aloft Philadelphia Downtown is in the perfect location for Philly sightseeing. Being walking distance to City Hall, the Redding Terminal, and the Philadelphia Convention Center, what more could you ask for! Please note that there is a 40lb weight limit. 

  2. Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, Old City
    Located directly on the Delaware River, this hotel offers excellent views of both Center City and the waterfront. In walking distance to the Liberty Bell at Independence Hall, and Spruce Street Harbor Park. A perfect place to walk your pup!

  3. The Logan Philadelphia, Logan Square
    Not only is this hotel absolutely beautiful, it is also pet-friendly! This hotel give amazing views of the Ben Franklin Parkway and is within walking distance to the many museums that Philly has to offer. When you're not out exploring with your pup, be sure to stop by the famous underground spa and pamper yourself.

  4. Carriage House of New Hope, New Hope
    With only three rooms in the boutique hotel, you will get all of the privacy and relaxation that you are looking for. This Inn is a hybrid of a B&B and private home rental. Make sure to let them know you plan to bring your pup and they can provide you with a bed and bowls for your furry friend!

  5. The Inn at Grace Winery, Glen Mills
    With an on-site winery and dining room, there really isn’t any need to ever leave the Inn! You and your pup can explore the beautiful property and take a tour of the winery. Be sure to spoil your furry friend and get the ‘Pet Package.

Summary of Philly’s Pet-Friendly Hotels

When planning a trip for you and your pet, make sure to contact the hotel directly to ensure you bring the appropriate documentation for your furry friend (i.e rabies certificate, and other vaccination records). If you are traveling internationally, you will need to research what their requirements are to enter the country and then book your appointment for an international health certificate.