14 top pet-friendly accommodation in Sydney

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Have you planned a holiday and don’t want to leave your beloved fluffy companion behind? Consider choosing a hotel in Sydney that offers comfortable, pet-friendly accommodation.

There are numerous hotels in Sydney that offer splendid accommodation for both you and your pet.

Browse these Sydney hotels that offer pet-friendly accommodation when you wish to enjoy a vacation with your furry pal.

Our picks: Best pet-friendly hotels in Sydney

langham sydney hotel

1. Best for tourist attractions: The Langham Sydney

The Langham is the place to stay in Sydney to see all the action. Barangaroo and The Rocks are virtually at your doorstep, and it's less than 20 minutes away from Wynyard and Circular Quay train stations for connections to the light rail.

  • Star rating: 5-star
  • Location: 89-113 Kent Street, Sydney
  • Cost: From $470
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pier one sydney

2. Best for harbour views: Pier One Sydney Harbour

For views of Sydney Harbour you can't look past Pier One at Dawes Point, nestled near the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge.

  • Star rating: 5-star
  • Location: 11 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, Dawes Point
  • Cost: From $319
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little albion

3. Best for entertainment: Little Albion Guesthouse

Conveniently 10 minutes from Central Station and Oxford Street, Crystalbrook Albion (formerly Little Albion) is a great place to stay for those who want to explore Sydney's trendy cafes and restaurants in Surry Hills.

  • Star rating: 4-star
  • Location: 21 Little Albion Street, Surry Hills
  • Cost: From $255
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How did we pick these hotels?

Our editorial team selected the Sydney hotels on this list based on price, location and real customer feedback from hotel booking sites and review platforms. Where applicable, we used our own personal experiences to make recommendations.

Full list of pet-friendly hotels in Sydney

Hotel nameAddressStar ratingAverage priceBook
Citadines Connect Sydney Airport121 Baxter Road, Mascot4$120Check rates
Eastwood Furnished Apartments2–4 May Street , Eastwood4$210Check rates
Glenferrie Lodge12a Carabella Street3$73Check rates
Hughenden Boutique Hotel14 Queen Street Woollahra3$171Check rates
Larmont Sydney by Lancemore2–14 Kings Cross Road5$199Check rates
Little Albion Guesthouse21 Little Albion Street, Surry Hills4$255Check rates
Medusa Boutique Hotel267 Darlinghurst Road4$192Check rates
The Langham Sydney89–113 Kent Street5$470Check rates
Pier One Sydney Harbour11 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, Dawes Point5$319Check rates
The Ultimo37 Ultimo Road4$145Check rates
Ovolo 1888139 Murray St, Sydney4$198Check rates
Ovolo WoolloomoolooCowper Wharf Roadway, Woolloomooloo5$330Check rates
The Old Clare Hotel1 Kensington St, Chippendale5$239Check rates
An Oasis in the City20 Colgate Avenue,
Balmain East
4$194Check rates

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of pets are allowed in Sydney hotels?

Generally, the pets that are allowed in these accommodation options are dogs under a certain weight. Fees or extra charges may apply for bringing a pet so be sure to contact the hotel first for all the fine details before you touch down in Sydney.

What pet amenities can I expect?

This will vary from place to place, but generally, you can expect there to be dog beds, water bowls and ample space to take your furry friend for a walk. Some Sydney hotels go as far as offering doggie day care and minibars loaded up with fresh dog snacks.

What are the most dog-friendly neighbourhoods in Sydney?

Many suburbs that line the waterfront are quite dog-friendly. This includes Bondi Beach, Woolloomooloo and The Rocks (including Walsh Bay). This is because they offer plenty of walking paths and green spaces.
There are 48 off-leash dog parks in Sydney city alone. Across the bridge, North Sydney and Mosman are home to even more dog-friendly walks and beaches.

Can I leave my dog alone in a Sydney hotel room?

Your hotel will probably let you know their specific policy during check-in, but usually, it's not a good idea to leave your dog alone in your hotel room for an extended period of time. As it's a new environment for them, they may bark too much or end up wrecking the room.

Do Sydney hotels allow emotional support animals?

Unlike assistance dogs, emotional support animals aren't identified in the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. This means that while assistance dogs can't be refused by accommodation providers, your emotional support animal may be. Depending on the type of animal, a hotel or homestay may be willing to allow your pet if you get in touch with them ahead of time and ask.

Are Airbnbs in Sydney pet-friendly?

Some Sydney Airbnb listings are pet-friendly. Similar to most booking platforms, you'll find a 'pets allowed' filter option when searching for accommodation. Hosts will usually go out of their way to make your experience as great as possible, so if a listing doesn't specify pets, get in touch with them to ask.

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