The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels In Paris
Whether your French fantasy encompasses Marie Antoinette or Moulin Rouge, these Parisian properties warmly welcome four-legged guests.
An 8-minute walk from the lively Marais district, this sophisticated hotel in an elegant building is also a 2-minute walk from Place des Vosges, Paris’s oldest square. Pets up to 44 pounds can stay in this stylish, historic hotel for no added charge.
Across the road from the Palais Garnier opera house in the 9th arr., this polished hotel in a 1870s Haussmann-style building is a minute’s walk from Chaussée d’Antin-La Fayette metro station and 2 km from the luxe shops along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. The P.A.W. (Pets Are Welcome) program, providing beds, toys, treats and more for an added charge.
The hotel is located between Place des Vosges and Centre Georges Pompidou. It is a 3 minute-walk from Arts et Métiers Metro station, which gives direct access to Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Opera and Chatelet. The 23-room boutique’s heart is its central bar featuring a courtyard surrounded by a vertical garden, where you’ll want to sip champagne alongside all your besties, including your furry friends.
Set in a 19th-century mansion, this luxury hotel is a 2-minute walk from the nearest metro station and 5 minutes’ walk from both Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the Grand Palais museum complex. Small dogs (under 22 pounds) are cordially invited to be aristocratically pampered here, too (for an aristocratic fee).
A 5-minute walk from the banks of the River Seine, this opulent boutique hotel is 9 minutes on foot from the Louvre Museum and 6 km from Gare du Nord. Most room categories here permit small dogs (under 22 pounds) for a small fee.
At number 1 Bayard Street, there is a mansion. Converted into a luxury 5-star hotel, this pretty 19th-century building, blending red brick and freestone, overlooks the chestnut trees on the banks of the Seine and offers a unique location in the capital. Best of all, pets are welcome, and at no added cost.
An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – with five Michelin stars among them – are home to some of the best food in France. The luckiest of small pets (under 15 pounds) are welcome here but don’t try sneaking them in for fancy dinners.