• Pet-friendly hotels



Philadelphia is located on the right bank of the Delaware River very close to its mouth in the Atalantic.
With more than six million inhabitants, it is a great historical, artistic, cultural center and an important industrial port.
It has been the first city in the USA to be named a World Heritage Site and is known as the green capital of the country.

Aloft Philadelphia Airport

Hotel Island Avenue, Filadelfia

Extended Stay America

Hotel Tinicum Boulevard, Filadelfia

Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel

Hotel Chestnut Street, Filadelfia

Renaissance Philadelphia Downtown Hotel

Hotel Chestnut Street, Filadelfia

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Hotel Ten Avenue of the Arts, Filadelfia

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Philadelphia

Hotel South 17th Street, Filadelfia

Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square

Hotel South 17th Street, Filadelfia

Aloft Philadelphia Downtown

Hotel North Broad Street, Filadelfia

The Rittenhouse Hotel

Hotel West Rittenhouse Square, Filadelfia

Tourism plan with pet

Philadelphia Travel Plan for You and Your Dog

Day 1: Arrival in Philadelphia

  • Arrival at Philadelphia International Airport: Welcome to Philadelphia! 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: Philadelphia 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 Independence National Historical Park: After settling into the hotel, take a stroll through Independence National Historical Park. Enjoy the historic landmarks while your dog enjoys the green spaces.

Day 2: Adventures in Philadelphia

  • Visit to a Dog Park: Start the day by taking your dog to one of Philadelphia's dog parks, such as Schuylkill River Dog Park or Seger Dog Park, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
  • Exploring Old City: Take a walk through Old City, visiting landmarks such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Many outdoor attractions allow dogs on leashes.
  • Dinner at a Pet-Friendly Restaurant: End the day with a delicious dinner at one of Philadelphia'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 Museum: Spend the morning at one of Philadelphia's dog-friendly museums, such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where your dog can join you in select areas.
  • Shopping in Rittenhouse Square: Explore the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, where you'll find pet-friendly shops and boutiques. Many stores welcome well-behaved dogs on leashes.
  • Farewell to Philadelphia: Take a final walk through Fairmount Park or along the Schuylkill River Trail before heading home with your dog, cherishing the memories of your Philadelphia adventure.

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

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