These Australian hotels are not only dog-friendly but extremely people pleasing too. Read our list of the 7 Dog Friendliest Hotels in Australia:

1. The Langham, Sydney, NSW

Four-legged friends can expect plush bedding, custom food bowls and a bag of gourmet treats at Langham Sydney. Pet-sitting and dog walking options are also available. $110 per pet, per night + room rate.

2. Hilton, Adelaide

Pups are welcomed with open arms at Hilton, Adelaide – as long as they weigh less than 35 kilograms. Time to start watching the paw-tions? $90 per pet, per night + room rate.

3. Mercure Hotel, Canberra, ACT

Pets have a pollie good time with the Mercure Canberra pet package, which includes an overnight stay in a superior room and access to a private garden, plus a complimentary gift. From $145 per night + $60 per pet, per night. mercurecanberra.com.au

4. Lilianfels, Blue Mountains, NSW

Lilianfels Resort & Spa’s ‘Bring your dog’ package includes an overnight stay in a deluxe resort view room with direct courtyard access, a dog bed and bowl, and a free treat. POA.

5. Mount Sturgeon Cottages, Dunkeld, Vic

The cottages on this working sheep station – owned and operated by two-hatted Royal Mail Hotel down the road – offer all the outdoor space your small friend could want… plus wooden floors so they’re allowed inside, too. From $210 per night, pet fee included. royalmail.com.au

6. Tyntynder Lodge, Bright, Vic

The cottages at Tyntynder come with a private pet garden, kilometres of river-side walking tracs, and doggy-sitting services (on request). Humans will be happy with the fit-out, too. From $275 per night, pet fee included

7. Pier One, Sydney, NSW

Furry friends who check-in here receive a trampoline bed, a water bowl and harbour-side views. Domesticated canines of all shapes and sizes welcome in one of their ground-floor rooms. $65 per pet, per night + room rate. See our dog Kingston’s review of Pier One, Sydney.

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