Boston, founded in the early 17th century, has much to offer. Drenched in history, the city is known to have set the path for many wonderful assets of the modern world. Amongst the things that Boston pioneered are the first public school (Boston Latin) and the first subway system in the country (Tremont Street Subway). Other than its history, the city is also known for all the intriguing attractions that are housed in its premises. From parks and museums to churches and art galleries, travelers vacationing in Boston get a variety of options while exploring the city. There are also a number of dog friendly hotels in Boston that make things easier for people traveling with their dogs. If you always wanted to travel with your pet, then Boston is a good place to start your adventures.
Boston and its surrounding areas host a number of events all year round; including a few that are exclusively for pets. Some of the most exciting ones are Howl-o-Ween Doggie Costume Party Cruise with Massachusetts Bay Lines, Trillium Garden on the Greenway, Annual Doggone Halloween Costume Parade, Harpoon Dogtoberfest presented by Wellness Natural Food for Pets, BarkHappy Boston: Howl-O-Ween Costume Pawty for PAWS NE, JB's Spooktacular Halloween Party and Doodle Romp. When you’re looking for a meal to devour, then you can stop by one of the cafés, bars or restaurants that cater to your and your furbaby’s taste buds. The ones that churn out the tastiest of dishes are South End Buttery, Petit Robert Bistro, Market, Tremont 647, Blunch, Sunset Cantina, Moonshine 152, Jacob Wirth, Pete's Dockside, Boloco and Vintage Restaurant & Lounge.
What’s more? All the beautiful expanses of greens in the city make for some great photo ops with your pooch. The city has a number of dog parks where your pooch can play with other furry friends and have a great time. Many of these parks are off leash, which means that your little darling will be able to run to his/her heart’s content. A few places that promise you and your furbaby a great time are Red Bud Isle, Bob Wentz Park, Emma Long Metropolitan Park, Bee Cave Dog Park and Mary Moore Searight Metropolitan Park.
The city also boasts of more than a 100 dog grooming shops. Which means that you can treat your beloved pooch to a spa-day while you go visit the attractions where dogs are not allowed.
While exploring Boston with your pooch, you might have to pay anything between $100 and $850 for a night’s stay. An additional charge may be levied by some of these hotels as pet fee.
In Boston, the best hotels for you and your furbaby are Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel, Kimpton Onyx Hotel, Revere Hotel, the Liberty Hotel Boston, XV Beacon Hotel, Best Western Roundhouse Suites, Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston Park Plaza and Four Seasons Hotel Boston.
There are a number of off leash dog parks where you can take your pupper for a nice run. A few good options are Peters Park, Boston Common Off-Leash Dog Area, Carleton Court Dog Park, South Boston Bark Park and Hunnewell Park.