• Pet-friendly hotels



Boston is the capital of Massachusetts. Founded in 1630, it is one of the oldest cities in the United States.
Downtown Boston is very accessible on foot with your dog and you can visit it in one day, you will be able to see a good part of the trail Freedom Trail, stroll through Quincy Market, relax in Boston Common park.
There is a beach 50 kilometers away that in summer allows you to walk with your dog on a leash. Rexhame Beach in Marshfield is a highly recommended spot.

Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston

Hotel DALTON STREET, Back Bay, Boston

The Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection

Hotel Sleeper Street, Waterfront, Boston

The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Hotel Charles Street, West End, Boston

The Westin Copley Place, Boston

Hotel Huntington Avenue, Back Bay, Boston

Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Hotel Tremont Street, Boston

The Colonnade Hotel

Hotel Huntington Avenue, Back Bay, Boston

The Revolution Hotel

Hotel Berkeley Street, South End, Boston

The Eliot Suite Hotel

Hotel Commonwealth Avenue, Back Bay, Boston

Boston Hotel Commonwealth

Hotel Commonwealth Avenue, Fenway - Kenmore, Boston

XV Beacon Hotel

Hotel Beacon Street, Beacon Hill, Boston

Mandarin Oriental Boston

Hotel Boylston Street, Back Bay, Boston

Tourism plan with pet

Boston Travel Plan for You and Your Dog

Day 1: Arrival in Boston

  • Arrival at Logan International Airport (BOS): Welcome to Boston! Ensure your dog is comfortable during the flight and don't forget to bring all necessary documents for their travel.
  • Check-in at Pet-Friendly Hotel: Boston offers several pet-friendly hotels. We recommend booking in advance at one of these establishments to ensure a comfortable stay for you and your dog.
  • Exploring Boston Common: After settling into the hotel, take a stroll through Boston Common. Enjoy the historic park while your dog enjoys the open spaces.

Day 2: Adventures in Boston

  • Visit to a Dog Park: Start the day by taking your dog to one of Boston's dog-friendly parks, such as Peter's Park or the Boston Common Off-Leash Dog Park, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
  • Exploring Freedom Trail: Take a walk along the Freedom Trail and visit historic sites such as the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall. Many outdoor areas along the Freedom Trail allow dogs on leashes.
  • Dinner at a Pet-Friendly Restaurant: End the day with a delicious dinner at one of Boston's pet-friendly restaurants. Many establishments offer outdoor seating where you can dine with your pet.

Day 3: Enjoyment and Relaxation

  • Visit to a Dog-Friendly Beach: Spend the morning at Carson Beach or Castle Island Beach, where your dog can play in the sand and swim in the water.
  • Exploring Beacon Hill: Explore the historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill, where you'll find pet-friendly shops and cafes. Many establishments welcome well-behaved dogs on leashes.
  • Farewell to Boston: Take a final walk along the Charles River Esplanade or through the Public Garden before heading home with your dog, cherishing the memories of your Boston adventure.

We hope this travel plan inspires you to enjoy an unforgettable experience in Boston with your faithful furry friend. Have an incredible trip!

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