8 pet-friendly accommodation in Melbourne
Enjoy a dream vacation with your furry pal in a pet-friendly accommodation in Melbourne.
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If you have a pet, it’s difficult to imagine a vacation without the company of your lovely friend. It can be unthinkable to leave your pet behind with someone else who does not even understand its needs and habits, let alone the secret ways to pamper it.
You don’t need to worry anymore, with these pet-friendly accommodation options in Melbourne city where you can take your pet along.
|Hotel Name||Address||Star Rating||Average Price||Book|
|Boutique Stays - Mary's Place||177 Mary Street||4||$330||Check rates|
|Boutique Stays - Parliament Place||7 Parliament Place||4||$356||Check rates|
|Boutique Stays - Pier Point||Four-Taroona Place||4||$351||Check rates|
|Boutique Stays - Roxys Place||59 Alfred Street, Parhran||4||$365||Check rates|
|Boutique Stays Zinc Apartments Port Melbourne||52 Dow Street||4||$126||Check rates|
|Marriage Road||126 Marriage Road||4||$351||Check rates|
|ParkSide Stay||109 Walker Street...||4||$217||Check rates|
|Pensione Hotel Melbourne - by 8Hotels||16 Spencer Street||3.5||$88||Check rates|
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