Planning a vacation this spring or summer? Are you feeling torn over bringing your dog or having trouble finding dog-friendly accommodations, transportation, activities? Well, end your worrying now. BringFido.com has great ideas that will make planning your trip and traveling with your dog a very enjoyable experience. If you haven’t picked a city yet, the website lists the top 25 national and international dog-friendly cities including Buenos Aires, Paris, San Francisco, and Pigeon Forge, TN (who knew?). If you have your plane tickets booked, you can search their database by city to find the hotels and restaurants that welcome our canine friends.
W Hotels are especially prepared to pamper your dog or cat. Recognizing that a lot of people do travel with their cat or dog, the hotel developed a special program to make your dog’s experience as wonderful as yours. There is an additional fee for all of the extra pampering, but you’ll see why when you check out the extensive list of services.
Another very unique pet-friendly hotel is Ace Hotel, quoted by The New York Times as being “the country’s most original hotel.” If that isn’t enough to attract you, just take a look at the custom-designed rooms featuring antique furniture, vinyl record players, and an overall beautiful design aesthetic. Whether you’re traveling with friends, on a romantic getaway, or just checking out a new city with Fido, be sure to consider staying at Ace Hotel.
Good luck with your travels and let us know where you go!
Laura is the studio manager for Adrian Hitt Photography. She keeps things running smoothly behind the scenes and frequents the blog often with her tips on what’s going on in the dog world. In addition to her work at here, Laura is exploring her interests in urban and environmental planning and enjoys sewing, paper crafts, gardening, photography and cooking. Laura lives in East Nashville and one day hopes to adopt a dog as sweet as Benny!