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Top tips for finding pet-friendly hotels in Toronto
For those looking to stay somewhere central, the Sheraton Centre welcomes dogs up to 40 lb. The hotel can also help you arrange dog-sitting services, so that you can go out and explore the city, make the most of the hotel’s gym or fitness center, or get some work done. Or, the friendly staff will arrange grooming services to pamper you and your pet.
The Novotel Toronto is a great option for those who like to bring their dog everywhere, even on business. The hotel does not charge additional fees for a small dog. When you arrive, your dog will receive a Royal Canine welcome kit with toys, treats, and necessary comforts, or your cat will receive a "Pet Welcome Kit." Pets are also permitted to be kept in the room, as long as housekeeping is advised by the "Friendly Pet Asleep" sign.
If you’re looking for pet-friendly hotels in Toronto near the Central Waterfront, the Delta Hotel by Marriott Toronto is a 10m walk from the Harbourfront Centre and a 20m walk from Bathurst Quay. The hotel is also located across from Olympic Park, a good place to take your pet out to stretch their legs.
If you’re traveling with your dog or cat, the Fairmont Royal York is largely pet-friendly. However, it is important to note that the hotel does have hypoallergenic sections, so make sure you inform the hotel in advance of your stay. The Fairmont is also one of the most historic hotels in Toronto and an important landmark in the city in its own right.