• Pet-friendly hotels



Located on the East Coast, Washington D.C. is the capital of the United States of America and is also designed to be.
It is a city without skyscrapers, its buildings are exponents of neoclassicism (a variant) that emerged between 1780/1820, the federal style, from the Capitol to the National Library, the Lincoln Monument, to Washington, the White House... Georgetown invites you to enjoy an incredible colonial architecture, with streets full of shops and a varied gastronomy. It is a city with countless monuments and memorial places to its presidents, soldiers and other key characters in its history.
Dog Parks: Kingsman Dog Park, Newark Street Dog Park, Shaw Dog Park, Upshur Dog Park, Langdon Dog Park, S Park, Gage-Eckington Dog Park, Chevy Chase Dog Park, Walter Pierce Park Dog Run, etc.

W Washington D.C.

Hotel 15th Street NW, Noroeste de Washington DC

The Fairmont Washington DC

Hotel M Street NW, Noroeste de Washington DC

Capitol Hill

Hotel C Street SE, Sureste, Washington, DC

Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House

Hotel K Street NW, Noroeste de Washington DC

Yours Truly DC

Hotel New Hampshire Avenue Northwest, Noroeste de Washington DC

Sofitel Lafayette Square Washington DC

Hotel 15th Street North West, Noroeste de Washington DC

DoubleTree by Hilton

Hotel Army Navy Dr, Arlington

Intercontinental The Wharf

Hotel Wharf St, SW

Riggs Washington DC

Hotel F St Northwest,

Thompson Washington D.C.

Hotel Tingey St SE

Kimpton George

Hotel Street Northwest, Noroeste de Washington DC

Tourism plan with pet

Washington D.C. Travel Plan for You and Your Dog

Day 1: Arrival in Washington D.C.

  • Arrival at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA): Welcome to Washington D.C.! 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: Washington D.C. 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 the National Mall: After settling into the hotel, take a stroll through the National Mall. Enjoy the iconic landmarks while your dog enjoys the open spaces.

Day 2: Adventures in Washington D.C.

  • Visit to a Dog Park: Start the day by taking your dog to one of Washington D.C.'s dog-friendly parks, such as Shaw Dog Park or S Street Dog Park, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
  • Exploring the Smithsonian Museums: Take a walk through the Smithsonian Museums and visit attractions such as the National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of American History. Many outdoor areas in the Smithsonian complex allow dogs on leashes.
  • Dinner at a Pet-Friendly Restaurant: End the day with a delicious dinner at one of Washington D.C.'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 Trail: Spend the morning walking along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath, where your dog can enjoy the scenic views of the canal.
  • Exploring Georgetown: Explore the historic neighborhood of Georgetown, where you'll find pet-friendly shops and cafes. Many establishments welcome well-behaved dogs on leashes.
  • Farewell to Washington D.C.: Take a final walk along the Tidal Basin or through Meridian Hill Park before heading home with your dog, cherishing the memories of your Washington D.C. adventure.

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

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