If you want to spoil your furry friend, the Langham is the place. Their Pampered Pets program provides a Pet Room Ser vice Menu featuring dishes made from fresh produce like beef steak with chunky vegetables for dogs, grilled salmon with green beans, quail egg, tuna, potatoes, and olives for cats, and fresh vegetable snacks for feathered friends. Pet sitting and dog walking are available upon request. A charge of $120 per pet per night applies. Dogs must weigh less than 20kg and can’t be left unaccompanied.
Travelling without your best friend hardly counts as a holiday at all. These top Sydney hotels are here to make four-legged jetsetters feel like it’s their doghouse away from home
Dog-friendly Waterside Rooms come equipped with a Dog Mini-Bar filled with tasty treats and snacks. Upon check-in, owners are given a luxur y bed and water and food bowls. With access directly onto the pier, owners and pets can enjoy a stroll through Sydney’s renowned spots like the Rocks, Circular Quay, and Barangaroo Reserve. The dog package ($90) includes a cleaning fee, amenities, and a card.
The Hughenden has hosted poodles, Siamese cats, and once even a baby kangaroo. They offer a range of pet-friendly options, and animals are welcome in numerous hotel areas – they can even join their owners for breakfast. Pet-sitting and dog-walking can be arranged, as well as a trip to the Doggy Day Spa – mani-pedi anyone? The pet-friendly Standard and Standard Plus rooms have a private atrium or courtyard space for your furry +1 to enjoy. A $20 extra house- cleaning fee is applied to all pet- friendly reservations.
The Medusa Boutique Hotel has allocated its luxurious cour tyard rooms (Grand, Premium, and Deluxe alike) for guests with dogs. Guests must sign a pet policy and a maximum of two dogs are permitted per room. Guests wishing to stay with their companions should book a minimum of 48 hours in advance. Standard rates apply to bookings with dogs and due to additional cleaning and hygiene costs, promotional rates don’t apply.