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Boston Marriott Long Wharf
4.0 out of 5.0
Last booking: 11 minutes ago
Hyatt Place Boston/Braintree
3.5 out of 5.0
Last booking: 36 minutes ago
Revere Hotel Boston Common
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Last booking: 36 minutes ago
Hotel Boston
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Last booking: 46 minutes ago
Hilton Boston/Dedham
3.5 out of 5.0
Last booking: 49 minutes ago
InterContinental Boston
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Last booking: 59 minutes ago
HYATT house Boston/Waltham
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Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center
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Comfort Inn & Suites Logan International Airport
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Dog-Friendly Hotels in Boston

We know that you want to take your pet everywhere you go, so why should your next getaway be a reason to leave them behind? Your little critter doesn't have to stay at home or locked up when you have to leave–we are here to help. Many travelers, especially those traveling domestically, do not want to pay for expensive kennels or catteries. You'll enjoy your vacation even more with your feline or canine companion at your side. It can be common for hotels to accommodate this demand, especially now that you're booking with AARP Travel Center Powered by Expedia®.

Things for You and Your Furry Friend to Do in Boston

Once you and your pet arrive in Boston, you'll probably want to go exploring. Besides, why would you bring them all the way to Boston to keep them cooped up in your room all afternoon? If you're bringing your pup with you, you can bring them out to pet-friendly stores, dog parks, and stores. If you are not sure of where to start, the front desk should be able to give you plenty of ideas. And if your furry crew needs to rest when you have pet-free plans, we'll help you set up some doggie day-cares and dog-walking services close by. There may even be a pet-sitting service available, so make sure to check when you book your reservations.

AARP Members–Pet-Friendly Conveniences in the Hotel

AARP Travel has a wide range of pet-friendly hotels. Some of them even offer extra pet-specific conveniences, like dog-walking services, pet food, "t-r-e-a-t-s", feeding stations, and cozy dog beds. Just remember that several places require additional deposits or fees, and may have size and weight restrictions for canine guests. Some hotels, including certain chains, offer free pet stays, but a typical surcharge in US hotels is around $25 per night. So cancel the pet-sitter, pack the treats, and head off on your shared getaway.