Andaz London Liverpool Street offers toys, beds, feeding bowls for both cats and dogs in their hotel rooms, giving your loved one a little bit of luxury during their stay. Topping it off? The hotel's Eastway Brasserie is a beautiful place to eat with your pet.
Pet-Friendly Hotel Bars & Restaurants In London
Did you know that 53% of travellers take holidays with their pets? Whether you're parent to a playful pup, charismatic cat or something a little different (ferret, parakeet, snake...whatever takes your fancy), you know there are times where you simply want to reward them for being your best mate. From pet-friendly boozy brunches to quirky restaurants that'll cater to your furry friend's every need, check out our guide to London's pet-friendly hotel bars and restaurants, and spoil them rotten on your next city break.
The Chesterfield makes sure that all of its VIPs (very important pets) get a taste of the high life. Not only does your pup get a goodie bag filled to the brim with treats and toys when they stay, but there's also a special team on-hand to make sure they're properly pampered at this dog-friendly London hotel.
The Bloomsbury Club Bar is a gorgeous place to kick back with a cocktail after a long day of hanging out with the doggo. Bring them along and you'll both get to revel in plush interiors, with regular live music, quirky events and luscious libations for the humans.
As a proud dog dad, it comes as very little surprise that Gordon Ramsay has a pooch-friendly policy in place at York & Albany. Head on over to the pub hotel in Camden and you'll get to chomp away on hearty plates of British fare with your loyal buddy beside you.
The Culpeper is one of the City's most beloved boozers (not just because of the pub dog, Ozzy) for its tasty pub grub, ample drink choice and gorgeous hotel rooms. Spend the evening at this dog-friendly hotel bar and you'll get to soak up the country pub vibes without leaving London.
You don't need to be a human to enjoy top-notch drinking and dining at South Place Hotel. In fact, these guys have been known to even do dedicated afternoon teas for well-behaved pups, as well as letting them stay for free overnight (you know, if they've hit the pawsecco a bit too hard).