Dog-Friendly Stays at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

New dog amenity program sure to satisfy even the poshest of pooches
June 9, 2022,
Baltimore, U.S.A.

On the doorstep of Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is a world of adventure to discover, and families, including four-legged family members, can stay in style with the recently debuted Dog Amenity Program. Following a day of discovery, families can now pamper their pooches at every angle.

The Hotel’s central location offers countless parks and trails to keep dogs’ curiosity at bay and dog families can find several outdoor dining options throughout surrounding neighbourhoods. To plan the pooch-perfect day, a full list of the Concierge team’s curated list of the best walkable dog-friendly parks, trails, and dining patios this vibrant city has to offer is available upon request.

“Baltimore has a large dog community, and our expert Concierge team is here to give our guests recommendations on favourite local spots and why we think they are the perfect spot for you and your pet,” says John-Paul Shain, Director of Rooms, Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore.

On the Go

Just steps from the Hotel, winding around the water from Locust Point to historic Fell’s Point is a 7-mile (11 kilometre) paved promenade along the Inner Harbor - an idyllic way to take in the scenic views of the waterfront and the charming neighbourhoods that surround it. Get paws on the past while walking along a paved walkway perched on a peninsula leading through Fort McHenry National Monument and Shrine, another perfect venue for taking in spectacular views of the harbor. Wander through Latrobe Park where this off-leash dog park offers plenty of open space and even a waterslide for the most adventurous pups, or for a longer walk, head up Federal Hill to share panoramic city landscape views.

Bone Appetit

Dogs who prefer to dine in the comfort of their own room can order from the Hotel's special in-room dining menu. Some of the tempting dishes include "vanity fur," white rice topped with grilled salmon and chilled asparagus, as well as "hen-orable mention," white rice accompanied by grilled chicken breast, squash, and steamed carrots. There is even a selection of desserts, such as a "puppuccino" featuring house-made whipped cream and peanut butter oatmeal dog biscuits made by local Sweet Paws Dog Bakery.

Leashed dogs are also allowed to dine on the outdoor patios of the Hotel's Mexican-inspired restaurant Maximon and classic seafood tavern Loch Bar, where they are provided complimentary water bowls.


Four Seasons takes care of everything so guests can focus on relaxing and reconnecting. All complimentary pet amenities are provided upon arrival, including plush bedding, a Four Seasons squeaky toy, a Four Seasons place mat along with food and water bowls, and waste bags allowing guests to travel light.

Dog parents may even want to take some time to themselves and the Hotel team has it covered with dog sitting arranged through local partner Happy Dog, who provides private pet sitters and frequent walks.