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Woof! 20 Pet-Friendly Hotels in Boston

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Hotels Week 2013 rolls along here at Curbed Boston, and this morning we grab a leash and go walking through 20 of the pet-friendliest hotels in Boston. These include ones that merely tolerate your dog or cat for a fee (the Hilton Boston Downtown and the Hilton Logan Airport) and those that really roll out the red carpet for Fido and Snookums with an array of services and treats (XV Beacon, the Onyx). Please note: Service animals are allowed as a rule at these inns; we're talking pets otherwise.

NOTE: This map was majorly updated in March 2014.


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Hotel Commonwealth

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Not only does Fido get a tasty treat upon arrival, but the Commonwealth also offers pet sitting, pet grooming, pet walking and pet massage services through its concierge.

Boston Harbor

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The Boston Harbor offers a pet bed and treats at check-in as well as pet-walking service at $10 per walk.

Four Seasons Boston

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The Four Seasons doesn't charge fees for your pet, but doesn't offer any services either, save for a treat upon arrival. It is your dog at the Four Seasons, though. Cool.

XV Beacon

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The boutique offers dog-sitting, walking and grooming through its concierge. You'll also get a pet bed as well as a list of dog parks and pet stores upon check-in.

The Lenox

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The Lenox allows dogs of up to 20 pounds. But! It charges at $125 deep-cleaning fee for guests with pooches.

Seaport Boston

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The Seaport Boston accepts dogs up to 50 pounds, and offers treats and toys as well as a pet bed. There's also a weekly cocktails event on the Tamo Terrace.

Colonnade Boston

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The Colonnade offers VIPet services (get it?), including pet beds and bowls; walks for $15 a pop; and cat and dog food, should your little friend's appetite grow during the visit.

Nine Zero

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The boutique takes all comers, and offers pet sitting, grooming, walking and massage services through its concierge at added cost. You also get a pet bed and "a designer pet welcome amenity."

enVision

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The enVision allows 1 pet, up to 35 pounds, per guest at $50 a pop.

Fairmont Battery Wharf

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The Battery Wharf wing of the Fairmont only allows pets of up to 25 pounds; and they charge $25 PER NIGHT per pet.

The Langham Boston

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The Langham's cool with pets up to 50 pounds and charges $100 per pet per stay.

The Liberty

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The Liberty allows pets up to 40 pounds for a fee of $100 per pet per stay.

Residence Inn Boston Harbor

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Pets are allowed, but there's a $100 cleaning fee.

Loews Back Bay

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Pets are allowed for an additional fee; you'll want to call ahead.

The Ames

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The boutique allows pets up to 20 pounds for free.

Hilton Boston Downtown/Financial District

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Pets of up to 75 pounds are allowed for $75 per pet.

The Taj Boston

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The hotel welcomes up to two four-legged friends per room with pet beds as well as food and water bowls.

Hilton Boston Logan Airport

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Pets of up to 75 pounds allowed with a deposit of $50 per pet.

Hyatt Boston Harbor

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The Hyatt Boston Harbor is dog-only and, please, no more than one per room.

The Onyx

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The Onyx is "as crazy about animals as you are," with no number or size restrictions. The hotel also offers a Pampered Pets Package that includes a pet bed as well as a scratching post should you be the sort of person who travels with a cat; and treats and pet-walking are available at no extra charge. It may be the pet-friendliest hotel of the lot.

Hotel Commonwealth

Not only does Fido get a tasty treat upon arrival, but the Commonwealth also offers pet sitting, pet grooming, pet walking and pet massage services through its concierge.

Boston Harbor

The Boston Harbor offers a pet bed and treats at check-in as well as pet-walking service at $10 per walk.

Four Seasons Boston

The Four Seasons doesn't charge fees for your pet, but doesn't offer any services either, save for a treat upon arrival. It is your dog at the Four Seasons, though. Cool.

XV Beacon

The boutique offers dog-sitting, walking and grooming through its concierge. You'll also get a pet bed as well as a list of dog parks and pet stores upon check-in.

The Lenox

The Lenox allows dogs of up to 20 pounds. But! It charges at $125 deep-cleaning fee for guests with pooches.

Seaport Boston

The Seaport Boston accepts dogs up to 50 pounds, and offers treats and toys as well as a pet bed. There's also a weekly cocktails event on the Tamo Terrace.

Colonnade Boston

The Colonnade offers VIPet services (get it?), including pet beds and bowls; walks for $15 a pop; and cat and dog food, should your little friend's appetite grow during the visit.

Nine Zero

The boutique takes all comers, and offers pet sitting, grooming, walking and massage services through its concierge at added cost. You also get a pet bed and "a designer pet welcome amenity."

enVision

The enVision allows 1 pet, up to 35 pounds, per guest at $50 a pop.

Fairmont Battery Wharf

The Battery Wharf wing of the Fairmont only allows pets of up to 25 pounds; and they charge $25 PER NIGHT per pet.

The Langham Boston

The Langham's cool with pets up to 50 pounds and charges $100 per pet per stay.

The Liberty

The Liberty allows pets up to 40 pounds for a fee of $100 per pet per stay.

Residence Inn Boston Harbor

Pets are allowed, but there's a $100 cleaning fee.

Loews Back Bay

Pets are allowed for an additional fee; you'll want to call ahead.

The Ames

The boutique allows pets up to 20 pounds for free.

Hilton Boston Downtown/Financial District

Pets of up to 75 pounds are allowed for $75 per pet.

The Taj Boston

The hotel welcomes up to two four-legged friends per room with pet beds as well as food and water bowls.

Hilton Boston Logan Airport

Pets of up to 75 pounds allowed with a deposit of $50 per pet.

Hyatt Boston Harbor

The Hyatt Boston Harbor is dog-only and, please, no more than one per room.

The Onyx

The Onyx is "as crazy about animals as you are," with no number or size restrictions. The hotel also offers a Pampered Pets Package that includes a pet bed as well as a scratching post should you be the sort of person who travels with a cat; and treats and pet-walking are available at no extra charge. It may be the pet-friendliest hotel of the lot.