7 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Asia

For anyone who takes great pleasure in traveling with their furry friends, we put together a list of hotels that treat your four-legged companions as valued guests and not merely tolerate them.

The criteria for creating this list include the hotel’s general pet policies, pet fees, access to main facilities, spacious areas for pets to play or walk around, and other essentials. These standards should make up for a comfortable and relaxing vacation that human and their furry friends deserve. 

Although many accommodations claim to be pet-friendly, the hotels included in this list go above and beyond, providing welcome treats, water bowls, and even a comprehensive suite of pet amenities to their lovable guests.

Rosewood Hong Kong – Hong Kong

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Rosewood Hong Kong is a pet-friendly luxury hotel with an elaborate array of pet menus and services that delight its human and furry guests. Located right on the Kowloon harbor front, the Rosewood Hotel offers sweeping views of Hong Kong’s beautiful skyline and access to places where pets can stretch, walk, and play.

The pet supplement can be availed by any pet parent. It covers welcome treats, a deep-cleaning service, and a gourmet pet menu, which their culinary team has specially curated.

Pups can enjoy their own beds and an outdoor dog toilet, while their humans can get access to an insider’s guide to local dog-friendly restaurants, bars, and parks put together by the Rosewood concierge team. Cats, on the other hand (or paw), can enjoy their cozy bed, litter box, and treats.  

Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa – Tokyo, Japan

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The Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa in Tokyo is a five-star hotel in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, making it an ideal location for families and friends with four-legged companions. Plenty of nature and spaces surround the area for the guests’ leisure and convenience, allowing pets to wander and play.

The hotel has six dog-friendly rooms, and guests can choose between the Deluxe Twin Room or the Regency Executive Suite Twin, which includes a dog shower, dryer, and pet enclosure on the balcony. Grooming services are also available for cherished canine guests.

The Hyatt Regency Hakone welcomes dogs up to 30 kilograms for people traveling with larger breeds. Onsite pet-sitting is also available should humans take a soak in the onsen without worrying about leaving their dogs for a bit.

Kimpton Maa-Lai – Bangkok, Thailand

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Kimpton Maa-Lai is located in Bangkok’s city center, along Langsuan Road by Lumphini Park. This luxury hotel allows not only furry friends but also feathery and scaly friends as long as they are not poisonous or untamed. They accept pets no matter their size, weight, or breed at no extra charge.

They also offer expanded creative services to ensure that all pet guests have a memorable stay as their human parents. Their amenities include pet strollers, cat and dog beds, assorted toys, and grooming kits. The hotel’s Pet Buddies service is reserved for guests who made an advanced reservation. 

Capella Hotel Singapore – Singapore

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The Capella Hotel Singapore is famous for being one of the rare pet-friendly hotels in the country. The hotel is located on Sentosa Island, which gives guests proximity to the beach, where there’s ample space for walking and stretching.

The hotel allows one dog or cat up to 15 kilograms per room. Each dog or cat has a bed and water bowl. Tasty treats and snacks are also generously given to keep them happy. Previous guests who brought their dogs on their dog’s birthday month have also commended the hotel for giving their beloved pets a complimentary cake.

Although dogs are treated as guests, they must be leashed and accompanied by their humans at all times to avoid disturbing other guests. They are also not allowed to be left unattended in the room and will not be allowed to visit public facilities.

The Temple House – Chengdu, China

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The Temple House in Chengdu is famous for being built on the former grounds of the 1,600-year-old Daci Temple. This location is ideal for humans looking for a retreat in a place with a rich heritage and a strong sense of community. Guests and patrons come here for art, wellness classes, and delicious food. 

The Temple House allows leashed dogs to roam on the beautiful terraces. Once they get hungry, their parents can head to the cafe, where an organic menu and homemade dog cookies are available for their furry companions to enjoy. Unique cushion covers are also provided for their ultimate comfort. 

One of the Temple House’s initiatives to support their local community is hosting a Doga Yoga Day once in a while, partnering with a local dog rescue center to encourage the adoption of these dogs in the area. 

Hilton Manila – Manila, Philippines

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Hilton Manila is a luxurious hotel within Resorts World Manila that offers pet-friendly rooms. Guests can bring two pets at most, each weighing 30 pounds or about 13 kilograms. 

The pet-friendly rooms have a plush bed, water bowl, and treats. The hotel is also close to central attractions like Rizal Park, where the furry companion can play or walk around.

Hotel Cappuccino – Seoul, South Korea

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Hotel Cappuccino in Nonhyun-dong, Seoul, is an excellent destination for any puppy. The hotel has a “Bark Room,” designed to pamper pooches as they accompany their human during their vacation. This room includes a custom-made pet bed constructed from eco-friendly birch, cozy pet pajamas, and a selection of toys.

On top of that, the hotel also designed a special room service menu. Thus, dogs feel the ultimate love with minimal effort from their humans, allowing more time for recreation and relaxation.

A portion of the earnings from their Bark Rooms, dog food, and beverage services are donated to a local charity that helps abandoned dogs.

Featured Image: Nicole Franzen