Dog owners consider their four-legged friend to be an "equal member" of the family. It's not surprising, then, that most people feel guilty about leaving their dog at home while they go on holiday. Dogs and their owners no longer have to ruff it when they hit the road. In Tirol there are a number of hotels which specialise in welcoming man's best friend.
Tirol’s Best Dog-Friendly Hotels
As well as the usual star rating, many hotels now also have a "paw" rating as a sign of how dog-friendly they are. The most dog-friendly accommodation options are rated with five paws. Visit pfotencheck.com to find more hotels in Tirol where dogs are welcome and you can spend an enjoyable holiday with your four-legged friend.
From a swimming pond to a special restaurant, obstacle course and play area - the Bergresort Seefeld is a four-star superior hotel where owners and their four-legged friends will feel right at home.Go to accommodation
This cosy hotel in the Zillertal Valley has its own outdoor pool for dogs as well as a play area and a separate place for washing your dog. Bike trailers suitable for carrying dogs can be hired from the hotel.Go to accommodation
At the Böglerhof in Alpbach, dogs are more than just allowed - they are very much welcome! Proof, if any where needed, can be found in the dog greeting package, dog-walking service and special dog shower at this pretty hotel in the mountains.Go to accommodation
The four-star superior Hotel Fliana in Ischgl is the ideal base camp for visitors to the Paznauntal Valley who are keen to explore the mountains with a four-legged friend. The hotel even offers special meals for dogs prepared to order.Go to accommodation
Rated with four stars and five paws, the Riederhof is a great insider's tip for those travelling to Tirol accompanied by a four-legged friend. The hotel has a grass play area with a pond, a separate eating area for dogs and their owners as well as many more facilities ensuring a fun and stress-free holiday.Go to accommodation
Five stars + five paws = great holidays at the Tannnhof in St. Anton am Arlberg. Highlights include freshly made dishes - not only for guests but, of course, also for their four-legged friends!Go to accommodation
The staff at this hotel in the Zillertal Valley have many years of experience when it comes to welcoming dogs and their owners. Highlights include a swimming area for dogs, a large play area, a dog wash, a dog-sitting service and even dog training courses.Go to accommodation
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