The pet friendly trend has grown to become a trend of life, work and even fashion, which has allowed the traveler to enjoy a great adventure with his best hairy friend.
The number of hotels that accept pets is increasing significantly and for those who love travel and pets, it is a great opportunity to travel the world with the best company.
According to Trabber, the best destination to travel with your pets is Europe, putting France at the top of the list with 53% of hotels allowing animals. Germany and Italy follow with 49 and 46% respectively. Mexico is in the 14th place with only 12% of establishments allowing pets.
Here is a list of pet friendly hotels that you can find in these first 5 places.
- France: Novotel Paris 17th, Hotel Lodge du Center and Mercure Paris Monty Opera.
- Germany: NH Berlin Mitte, Berlin Mark Hotel and Louisa’s Place.
- Austria: Goldenes Theater Hotel, Mercure Salzburg Central and Lasserhof.
- Canada: The Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto, Chelsea Hotel Toronto and Comfort Inn East.
- United States: Lotte New York Place, Skyline Hotel and Hudson New York.
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