• Pet-friendly hotels



Dallas is a modern and powerful metropolis, it is a commercial and cultural hub of the north of the Texas region. The great architecture that the most modern skyscrapers draw speaks of their economic power.
The highest is the Bank of America Plaza and the Renaissance Tower, famous for appearing in some television series.
If you want to see your dog enjoy, you should take him to NorthBark Dog Park, which has an area of more than 9 hectares with trails for walking and a very large pond for him to swim. Before going home you can use the dog showers to make it very clean.
There are also dog-friendly restaurants such as Bolsa Restaurant where your dog is welcome. Lately, the City Council has passed very strict laws with dogs considered dangerous breeds to ensure public safety.

Omni Dallas Hotel

Hotel South Lamar Street, Dallas

Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

Hotel Main Street, Distrito de Main Street, Dallas

Hyatt Regency Dallas

Hotel Reunion Boulevard, Dallas

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Dallas Downtown

Hotel Evergreen Street, Dallas

Le Meridien Dallas by the Galleria

Hotel Noel Road, Dallas

Crowne Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown

Hotel Elm Street, Distrito de Main Street, Dallas

The Statler Dallas, Curio Collection By Hilton

Hotel Commerce Street, Distrito de Main Street, Dallas

Aloft Dallas Downtown

Hotel Young Street, Dallas

Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Dallas

Hotel Pacific Avenue, Distrito de Main Street, Dallas

Tourism plan with pet

Dallas Travel Plan for You and Your Dog

Day 1: Arrival in Dallas

  • Arrival at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport: Welcome to Dallas! 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: Dallas 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 Klyde Warren Park: After settling into the hotel, take a stroll through Klyde Warren Park. Enjoy the urban oasis while your dog enjoys the open spaces.

Day 2: Adventures in Dallas

  • Visit to a Dog Park: Start the day by taking your dog to one of Dallas' dog-friendly parks, such as Mutts Canine Cantina or White Rock Lake Dog Park, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
  • Exploring the Dallas Arts District: Take a walk through the Dallas Arts District and visit attractions such as the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center. Many outdoor areas in the Arts District allow dogs on leashes.
  • Dinner at a Pet-Friendly Restaurant: End the day with a delicious dinner at one of Dallas' 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 Trail: Spend the morning walking along the Katy Trail, where your dog can enjoy the scenic views of the city.
  • Exploring Deep Ellum: Explore the vibrant neighborhood of Deep Ellum, where you'll find pet-friendly shops and cafes. Many establishments welcome well-behaved dogs on leashes.
  • Farewell to Dallas: Take a final walk through Reverchon Park or along the Trinity River before heading home with your dog, cherishing the memories of your Dallas adventure.

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

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