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Fur-friendly Hotels

Zagames HouseThe boutique Carlton Hotel is the place to holiday with your pooch. All pets booked in to stay at the hotel will receive a bag of goodies, exclusive in-room dining pet menu, a ‘furry movie of the month’ and access to services from local business such as pet walking, grooming and personal training for pets. There are also bonding sessions with Zagames own Hugo the Groodle. 66 Lygon Street, Carlton

W MelbourneAs one of the city’s hottest new hotels The W brand is known for its luxury lifestyle, pets included. All rooms in the hotel (except the WOW and EWOW rooms) are pet friendly with pet beds, water and food bowls as well as toys, wee pads or litter boxes provided. For truly exceptional service, order from the special P.A.W menu including fish, beef or a sweet treat or ask concierge about the external P.A.W. treatment options available.  408 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

QT MelbournePups are pampered at quirky CBD hotel, QT Melbourne. Their pet-friendly rooms coming with fetching features including a poochie mini bar packed with treats for ‘whining’ and dining with in-room dog dinner menus. The bespoke pupQ grooming service will give pups the royal treatment from head to tail.  133 Russell Street, Melbourne

Ovolo LanewaysEnjoy a hassle free V.I.Pooch holiday with your furry friend at Ovolo in the city. The pet-friendly package includes a doggy bed, eating/drinking mat and food bowl as well as a doggy bag with specially designed treats and toys. 19 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Citadines MelbourneLocated in the heart of the CBD on Bourke Street (Chinatown end), Citadines’ Happy Hounds package offers travellers and their furry companions overnight stay in a studio or one bedroom with access to level two courtyard giving a taste for the highlife and doggy bedding provided. 131-135 Bourke Street, Melbourne 

Marriott MelbourneThe hotel is only a short walk from picturesque Carlton Gardens, ideal for an inner-city staycation with a pet. All year round, four-legged friends are welcome to stay with an additional cleaning fee of $100. Special ‘pawsome packages’ do include luxury dog bedding and exclusive in-room dining options when available. Corner Exhibition & Lonsdale Streets, Melbourne

Sebel DocklandsWith waterfront views and plenty of outdoor spaces to go for walks (and bathroom breaks), Sebel Docklands is a great holiday destination with a pet. All stays are dog friendly for a cleaning fee of $70 – 120 (one or two bedrooms) and based on 2-night stays.  18 Aquitania Way, New Quay, Docklands

Wiggly Bottom FarmIn the heart of the Yarra Valley this luxe pet friendly property offers The Apartment or The Cottage.  Packages include half, full and full day degustation Pooches & Pinot private wine tasting tours, so not a single family member need miss out on the adventure.  49 Pine Ave, Badger Creek

R Hotel GeelongA five-minute walk from historic Eastern Beach, R Hotel’s full service one and two bedroom Bellerine Apartments have separate street access for easy exit when a break is needed. $150 cleaning fee applies. 10 Bellerine Street, Geelong

LascellesUp to two pets are welcome at each Lascelles #6 The Mainstay and #8 The Grand Terrace. Every detail is attended to at these elegant luxe abodes ensuring a puurrrfect stay for all. Food and water bowls are provided the two stunning terrace properties share an enclosed outdoor area.  6 Errard Street North, Ballarat Central

Tessies StudioHaving won the award for Best Pet Friendly Accommodation in Australia for 12 years, Tessies has the formula perfected.  Tessies House, Tessies Studio, Fairlight and Brantome each have fully fenced private outdoor areas and doggysitting services are available on request.  Pet tariff starts at $40 per stay. Halinka Court, Bright

Grand Hotel The grand opening of this Bellarine Peninsula treasure is scheduled for December this year following a 10 million dollar renovation of the entire venue including 18 boutique guest rooms, some with bay views and some pet friendly options. 76 Newcomb Street, Portarlington

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