5 Pet-Friendly Hotels In Asia
A dog is man’s best friend and there’s no better way to show your appreciation than to treat your furry one with a luxurious getaway
Alila Anji, Zhejiang
Alila Anji is a peaceful oasis situated on a hillside overlooking a lake, surrounded by the beauty of lush bamboo groves and tea plantations. Pet owners and their fur kids are welcome to check in to the spacious Lake View or Hill View villa—which boasts private terraces overlooking the lake or mountain—at no additional charge.
Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel
Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel welcomes guests with recently updated accommodations, upscale amenities and superb personalized service. With a “Love That Dog” package, Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel offers a night’s stay in the deluxe triple room with a balcony, as well as a Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed, stainless water and food bowls, a floor mat, and a complimentary welcome dog kit that includes toilet bags. At KRW270,000 per night, it is only available for dogs below 10kg.
Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa
The at-home comfort of a mountain lodge meets contemporary sophistication at Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa. Set in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, our hot-spring getaway invites relaxation with serene spaces, plenty of nature, and warm hospitality that extends even to our guests’ dogs. If you have to leave your dog in the room while you take a soak in the onsen, pet-sitting services are also available.
The Temple House, Chengdu
A distinctively different luxury hotel in Chengdu, The Temple House is a beautiful blend of traditional and modern design. At The Temple House, your dog is in good hands—it is free to roam (as long as they are leashed) in the terrace and the cafe, where there are special cushion covers and an organic menu for both dogs and cats. The hotel also organises a Doga Yoga Day from time to time, so you can clock in a work out together.
Leave the lights of the city. Breathe in as you arrive in 30 acres of lush, vibrant gardens and rainforest. Look out across the South China Sea. Breathe out. You have arrived at Capella Singapore. Pet amenities include a cushion and food bowl, and you can be assured that your Capella Personal Assistant will take care of any additional needs. Dogs below six kilograms are permitted, however, and they are to be leashed and accompanied at all times in public areas.