Exploring London's Most Pet-Friendly Hotels

London is a great destination for pet owners, with 426 pet-friendly hotels to choose from. Whether you're travelling with a corgi to Covent Garden or a lab to Liverpool Street, there are plenty of options for those who want to bring their furry friends along. From 17th century listed buildings to modern boutique hotels, here are some of the best dog-friendly hotels in London. The Hampton Court is a 17th century listed building that used to house the aristocracy.

Now it's a boutique hotel offering a royal welcome for dogs. You can enjoy oysters and champagne at the Coppernose bar, which also serves Bollinger tea in the afternoon. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed at Hampton Court or on its grounds, but you can take your pup for a walk along the riverbank or explore Bushy Park. Rooms are vibrant, with copper bathrooms and colorful sofas.

A supplement of £20 per dog per night is required, which includes dinner with your dog and spa extras such as a bed and bowls. Double rooms start from £324. If you're looking for an Instagram-worthy environment, try the My Pomeranian. This hotel offers afternoon tea for dogs, including homemade cupcakes with bright blue cream cheese frosting and banana chips, frozen peanut butter bites and puppaccinos. The hotel's delicious 25-pound afternoon tea also includes coffee, cake and macarons for humans.

As for the rest of the hotel, it's bright, quirky and ready for fun photos, with high-quality room service for those who prefer to hang out with their puppies in their suites at dinnertime. A supplement of £35 per stay is required, which includes dinner with your dog, bed and bowls and spa extras. Double rooms start from £179. The Milestone Hotel in Kensington Gardens is ideal if you want to go all out. This hotel has its own pet concierge who will take care of all pet requests.

If you're paying starting at £300 per night, you'll expect some pet treats on arrival - a basket with candies, toys, a bowl for eating and water and your own bed with its own cushions and duvets. If you have a cat, they'll also customize your package for a cat, including litter boxes. There's also a £1000 deposit that you have to deposit first. Oh, did I mention that there's a wonderful park just a stone's throw away?Originally designed by George Gilbert Scott in the 1860s to support the influx of commerce arriving in London by train, the Palace of Westminster is now a Grade I listed building that welcomes small and medium-sized pets.

It's the first accommodation offer of the D&D restaurant group and is conveniently located near Trafalgar Square, the Tower of London, the London Eye and even Big Ben. The Bankside Hotel has compiled a list of the highlights nearby, from the best canine couture stores to parks where dogs can run without a leash. A supplement of £20 per dog per night is required, which includes dinner with your dog and spa extras such as a bed, bowls and treats. Double rooms start from £287. The Bankside Hotel dances to the rhythm of a different drum when it comes to pet-friendly hotels.

It's conveniently located near Paddington Station and Hyde Park - perfect for walking or cycling with your pup in tow! With some of the city's best shopping just around the corner, Regent's Park just a few minutes away and the countless theaters and food delights of the West End just a stroll away, this hotel offers plenty of activities for both two-legged and four-legged guests alike. A supplement of £60 per dog is required which includes dinner with your dog bed and bowls as well as spa extras such as treats and bags for excrement. Double rooms start from £387.

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