Pet Friendly Hotels in Shanghai

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Family Friendly Shanghai Hotels

    Modena by Fraser Putuo Shanghai
    Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre
    New Harbour Service Apartments

If you love to take your fur friend with you when you travel, Shanghai in China offers many pet-friendly hotels for your convenience. Take your animal companion for a walk in this beautiful city to enjoy the views of the peaceful Yangtze River, the multicultural charm, and the breathtaking architecture that surrounds you.

Pet-friendly places to go in Shanghai (China)

There are a number of pet-friendly hotels in Shanghai, many of which include their own restaurants, bars, and more. But this lovely city is also a great place to take a walk with your animal companion. Looking for a restaurant in Shanghai where your four-legged friend is welcome? Ginger by the Park allows dogs on their terrace, giving you the opportunity to sit and enjoy some great food with your best friend by your side. If you are craving something sweet, CinnaSwirl has some of the best cinnamon rolls you have ever tasted!

You can also choose to pick up a bite to eat and head to the park. Shanghai has many beautiful parks, including the Shanghai Sculpture Park in the Sheshan National Travel and Holiday Area. The Shanghai Wild Animal Park is located in the Pudong area and is the first national wild animal park. It offers one of the best opportunities to see animals native to China, ensuring a pleasurable experience for you and your furry friend.

For some pet-friendly fun in the evening, Salute is a lovely wine bar where your dog is welcome, too. The Hongmei Pedestrian area is full of pubs and restaurants that cater to tourists looking for a place to hang out and watch the world go by.