Did you know that Atlanta is home to the largest drive-in restaurant in the world? Well, now you do. Atlanta is a city that is filled with pleasant little surprises that go on to make your vacation great. As a historically important city, it is deemed to be the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement. Though the city may look like a concrete jungle at the first glance, Atlanta is known for all the green spaces that breathe life into the city. Other than the parks, there are countless things to do and see in Atlanta. If you want to take your pet along with you on an Atlanta trip, then you can do so easily; as there are a number of pet friendly hotels in Atlanta that cater for your accommodation needs. You can have a great time exploring the city with your pupper without worrying about the minute details of your stay.
One of the major concerns you might have while planning a trip with your pooch is if there’ll be enough attractions where your pooch will be allowed to go. While exploring Atlanta, you would find that a number of interesting attractions allow dogs to tag along with their owners. Some of these attractions include Jackson Street Bridge, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Atlanta from the Ashes: Downtown History Tour, Oakland Cemetery and Krog Street Tunnel. That’s not all; there are a number of shops that allow your pooch to accompany you while you indulge in some retail therapy. If your furball love spending time in nature as much as you do, there are a number of spots where you can take him/her for some fun and frolic. The best dog-friendly parks in Atlanta are Fetch Park, Atlantic Station Dog Park, Morningside Nature Preserve, Frankie Allen Park and Oakhurst Dog Park.
Having a hearty meal or grabbing a quick bite with your doggo is easy in Atlanta as many of the city’s restaurants, cafés, bars and breweries let you bring your dog. Some of the most popular dog friendly eateries are Nancy G’s Café, Lost Dog Tavern, Brewhouse Café, Buckhead Saloon, Joe's on Juniper, Anis Bistro, Park Tavern, Dakota Blue, Midtown Tavern, SweetWater Brewing Company, Spoon, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, and Noni's Bar & Deli. Depending on the dates you choose for your travels, you get to attend certain pet friendly events that make your vacation even more memorable. To name a few – Strut Your Mutt Atlanta, Atlanta Undy RunWalk, Rhodes Race at the Haunted Castle 5K and BYOB + Pup Friendly Trivia Thursdays in Atlanta.
Atlanta accommodates its furry guests in a number of hotels that happily let them stay in their rooms. A wide range of hotels means that you can choose one according to your budget and preferences. Depending at the hotel you choose, staying at a pet friendly hotel can cost anything between $75 and $280. A pet fee may be applicable at some of these hotels, while others allow your pets to stay for free.
Amongst all the pet friendly hotels in Atlanta, the best ones are Extended Stay America, WoodSpring Suites, Red Roof Inn, Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown, Hilton Atlanta and Artmore Hotel.
Atlanta has a number of off leash dog parks where your beloved doggo can run free. The most popular ones include South Bend Dog Park, Piedmont Dog Park, Atlantic Station Dog Park, Freedom Barkway Dog Park, Renaissance Park and Vinings Mountain Apartments Dog Park.