The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Hong Kong

There’s no need to leave your pets at home when visiting Hong Kong
There’s no need to leave your pets at home when visiting Hong Kong | Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong / Expedia
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17 March 2021

The sky-grazing hotels of Hong Kong might not immediately spring to mind for a holiday with your pets. But this is a nation that loves its furry companions, and accommodation is fast following suit. Whether you want to live in the lap of luxury with your cat or dog or have a homely place to flop after sightseeing with your sidekick, these pet-friendly hotels have you covered.

Rosewood Hong Kong

Chain Hotel
4.6/5 (251 Reviews)
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From $459 Per night per room

Both humans and pets will find a serene sanctuary in the Rosewood Hong Kong, complete with topiaries adorning the outdoor spaces and a soaring harbour view. This five-star hotel caters thoughtfully for four-legged guests, with a gourmet pet menu, an outdoor dog toilet on level two and all the info you need on dog-friendly restaurants, bars and parks. Herbal supplements from Hong Kong’s first pet wellness brand ProVet are provided to boost your furry companion’s wellbeing.

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Alva Hotel by Royal

4.5/5 (504 Reviews)
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From $71 Per night per room

This riverside hotel in Sha Tin is passionate about pets. Its Pawsome Dogcation Package – for dogs weighing up to 10kg (22lb) – offers welcome treats, including a Royal Canin gift set for the dogs and a minibar drink for human guests. It also throws in a one-hour studio pet photography session and a grooming discount to get your pooch looking its best. Dogs are allowed in the lobby, the outdoor part of the PitStop cafe and a section of the garden terrace.

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The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel

Hotel, Luxury
4.7/5 (402 Reviews)
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From $352 Per night per room

Splashes of black and gold stamp character onto this sleek central hotel, rising 25 storeys over the Central District end of Cotton Tree Drive. Pets weighing up to 15kg (33lb) can join you for a luxurious stay; the hotel provides all the in-room pet necessities and pet-friendly outdoor dining at the Tai Pan and Garden Lounge. You can also relax at the Cotton Tree Terrace after a long day exploring with your little-legged friend.

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Ovolo Southside

Boutique Hotel, Chain Hotel
4.3/5 (998 Reviews)
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Cool cats and canines should check into the Ovolo Southside, a boutique warehouse-turned-hotel, which allows two pets per room. Trot past the graffiti and art installations to flop in one of the simple but fresh rooms. Treats await the whole party with the VIPooch package, including a food bowl and doggy snacks and a free daily drink for humans.

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The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong

Suite Hotel
4.7/5 (906 Reviews)
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From $344 Per night per room

Whisk your pet up to one of the highest hotels in the world, above the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, from floors 102 to 118. The Pawfect Stay package includes a plush dog or cat bed, water, food bowls and welcome treats. There are more eccentric offerings, too, such as the free lending of a pet stroller and pet costumes from the Pawfect Wardrobe. Eligible room types are the Deluxe Victoria Harbour Room, Grand Seaview Room or Deluxe Suite.

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The Figo

Boutique Hotel
4.3/5 (994 Reviews)
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From $81 Per night per room

There aren’t many hotels where your dog gets to splash about in the pool, but doggy paddling is a go at the Figo, which has a small canine pool. The pet package – for dogs weighing up to 25kg (55lb), no cats allowed – includes all the usual amenities and swish extras, such as an afternoon tea set for you and your furry friend and a free minibar on arrival. You can also get your pup spruced up with an on-site grooming service.

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  • W Hong Kong

    4.5/5 (969 Reviews)
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    From $283 Per night per room

    The fun and flamboyant W Hong Kong sprawls across 393 rooms in West Kowloon, some of which take in show-stopping harbour views. Each spacious guest room can house one pet weighing up to 15kg (33lb), while the suites can have two pets. Order from the Pet Munchies in-room menu to dine together as you watch the sunset or night-time skyline, depending on the room. All the pet essentials are provided, along with toys and a guide to nearby pet-friendly experiences.

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    Ovolo Central

    Boutique Hotel, Chain Hotel
    4.5/5 (426 Reviews)
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    At the crossroads of lively Lan Kwai Fong and Soho, Ovolo Central has a location that delivers endless pockets to explore on foot – or paw. All the platinum and gold rooms at this light-filled boutique hotel are a comfortable 33sqm (355sqft), while the suites are double the size. You’ll find delightful perks for both humans and pets. Along with slippers and free minibar snacks, you can arrange a VIPooch package with a pet bed, food bowl and doggy bag with toys and treats.

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    Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong

    Suite Hotel, Hotel
    4.3/5 (2076 Reviews)
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    From $108 Per night per room

    At the Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour, all the rooms come with knockout waterfront views. Service is slick for all guests, including ones of the four-legged variety up to 30kg (66lb). Book the Centric Dogcation for all the amenities you need, along with a dedicated space for canine fun – the grassy Upper Farm Doggy Playground. Alternatively, pad over to North Point Promenade Dog Park nearby.

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    Hotel, Hostel
    4.5/5 (40 Reviews)
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    While you can play table tennis and darts at this sociable hostel, it’s not just humans who get all the fun. Dorms at Wontonmeen take one well-behaved dog or cat at a time – they might just prove the perfect icebreaker at this creative spot, where live music, art shows and craft workshops frequently take place. The owner is interior designer Patricia Choi, and her design flair is everywhere, from the rustic courtyard to the collaged walls.

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