Best hotels that offer dog and cat lodging in Toronto

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When you decide to travel to Ontario, there are a number of components that you need to consider. You may need to figure out your transportation there, how you’re going to get around when you arrive, and, most importantly, where you’re going to stay. If you’re bringing pets with you on your trip, finding a great hotel can be more difficult because not all hotels allow pets. Here are some great hotels in Toronto that do allow pets.

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1. The Annex Hotel

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The tagline for The Annex Hotel is “Live Like a Local.” The intention of this hotel is to give your the opportunity to experience Toronto through the lens of The Annex, the neighborhood it’s located in. On the premises, you’ll find the Wine Bar, an intimate room that functions as their main meeting area. You can always contact a concierge by using the company’s app. Dogs and cats of up to 25 pounds are allowed, and food and water bowls are available, but you’ll need to contact the hotel directly for more information about fees.

2. The Broadview Hotel

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Boutique hotels are becoming more popular than ever before, and The Broadview Hotel is a great option for boutique experiences. At this specialty hotel, you’ll find 58 boutique guest rooms, each with its own unique flair and built for relaxing and enjoying your stay. Their amenities include locally crafted, organic bath products, B Yoga Mats available on request, a Bodum French Press coffee maker, and pet-friendly rooms. Dogs and cats are allowed, but due to how The Broadview Hotel makes their reservations, no specific information is available on breed or weight restrictions. You’ll need to contact the hotel directly to discuss booking.

3. Ace Hotel Toronto

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Ace Hotel is certainly a multi-use location. While the Ace is most well-knownas a hotel that provides a space for you to stay when visiting Toronto, it also offers private spaces for weddings, business meetings, and other special events. Plus it provides world-class restaurants within the building. Up to two pets per room of any size are allowed, with a fee of $25 CAD per pet, per night. Dogs are always welcome, and you can contact the hotel to arrange for other kinds of pets to join you. It’s also right across the street from St. Andrew’s Dog Park.

4. Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer

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Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer wants to be your new go-to hotel in Toronto by offering exceptional architecture and luxury options for all who are visiting. From Nespresso coffee machines to a 24-hour gym and an on-premises restaurant, Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer is stepping up the game for all Toronto hotels. One dog or cat of any size is allowed per room for a fee of $30 CAD, and the hotel can provide a pet bed, water and food bowls, treats, and even a leash if requested.

5. Fairmont Royal York

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Fairmont Royal York is one of the most established hotels in Toronto, located right in the downtown core of the city and a quick drive from some of the biggest attractions in Toronto, like the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and Meridian Hall performing arts venue. You’ll find shuttle buses connecting you to Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Other luxury hotel services are available, such as a specialty boutique, in-building dining, and a concierge. Small pets are allowed at the Fairmont Royal York for a fee of $50 CAD per stay. There’s no listed weight limit, but you should make sure your pet is considered “small.”

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Toronto is generally a very dog-friendly city, and this friendliness is shown in many of its hotels. However, for many pets, travel can be anxiety-inducing. Even very calm dogs and cats can sometimes lash out during trips. If you’re worried about your pet’s behavior while traveling and want some advice on helping your pets stay calm while you travel, book a virtual vet appointment with Vetster for a consultation.

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