The Five Most Dog-Friendly Hotels in Dublin

We all love our four-legged friends. One of the hardest things to do is to leave our lovely dogs behind as we nervously try to remember if we’ve mentioned every possible detail to your dog-sitter to ensure our canine is safe and happy.

You can skip all that worry now though, as here is a list of the best hotels you and your pup can go to for a quick city break in Dublin.

The Five Most Dog-Friendly Hotels in Dublin

The Mont Hotel, Merrion Street Lower

The Mont Hotel, situated right in the heart of the city, only a stone’s throw from Merrion Square is a perfect base for you and your bowwow. On arrival at the Mont you may be lucky enough to be greeted by Monty, the guest relations ‘pawfficer’ at the Mont Hotel.

The Mont hotel has dedicated multiple rooms as their ‘doggie rooms’ for small to medium size dogs. The rooms include all that you would expect with any hotel booking with the inclusion of some dog toys and a dog mat for your furry friend.

The food at the Mont is also a reason to stay in itself. Its Italian-styled restaurant Speranza is quite a hit with the locals. Unfortunately, your four-legged friend can’t join you in the restaurant under hotel rules but they can meet you in the bar afterward for a nightcap as the bar is dog friendly.

Rate: €50

Monty, Guest Relations ‘Pawfficer’ at the Mont Hotel

The Hilton, Charlemont Place

The Hilton is very nicely located overlooking the Grand Canal. A quick 10-minute stroll to St. Stephens Green is a great adventure for you and your pup where I’m sure he or she will meet many other furry friends along the way.

When you and your companion arrive at the Hilton your friend will be greeted with a treat. During their stay, they receive their own doggy bed and water bowl.

If you want to treat your furry friend to a special experience you can attend a high tea with your dog that includes some gourmet treats for your loyal friend.

Rate: €40

The Conrad, St. Stephens Green

Conrad Dublin is a luxury 5-star dog-friendly hotel located in Dublin city. The hotel overlooks the National Concert Hall and is very close to St Stephen’s Green which is a hot spot for many dog walkers.

This dog-friendly hotel celebrates our furry friends with all the luxuries that you would expect for yourself from a five-star hotel. Lavish doggie beds, a doggie welcome pack including toys and water bowls. The Conrad also provides a walking tour map that you and your dog can follow.

The Conrad is the high-end way to go on a little break with your little furry friend.

Rate: €100

Dylan Hotel, Eastmoreland Place

Dylan Hotel is a boutique hotel located in Dublin’s south city centre. Celebrate with your dog with all the luxuries that the dog-friendly Dylan Hotel has to offer.

Each dog-friendly guest room has a doggie bed, food and water bowls. The Dylan expects your dog to be well trained and to be no more than 20kg for it to be eligible to stay. The Dylan also can arrange for dog walkers, pet spas (grooming done off property) and veterinary care through their concierge team.

Although the Dylan hotel loves to host our pups, they do only have a certain amount of doggie rooms available, so do contact them directly before booking.

Rate: €100

Aloft, The Liberties

Aloft describes itself as “the next generation of hotel.” Always on-trend and techy and “different by design,” the hotel chain offers a uniquely fun guest experience that extends to our four-legged friends.

Aloft believes that ‘Animals Are Fun’. ARF is the name of the Aloft pet program, and its enthusiasm for furry friends has made it a popular choice for pet parents in search of modern, sophisticated and inviting accommodations in an urban setting. For the addition of just €200 per night your canine can join you in Aloft.

Rate: €200

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