Pet Friendly Hotels in GeorgetownAt Modus Hotels, we want your pets to feel the love! While staying at our hotels, our goal is that you and your four-legged companions are happy!
For your protection and the protection of our guests, please follow these guidelines:
- Keep your pet on leash at all times when traveling around the property.
- Please don't leave your pet alone in the room for long periods of time.
- Please notify the front desk when housekeeping can service your room as we don't want to stress you or your pets.
- Per the Health Departments, no pets are allowed in our restaurant.
- Forgot something? Check in with the front desk for some pet-friendly accessories such as leashes and food bowls.
Rock Creek Parkway
(along the Potomac River)
A favorite route to run or walk, the parkway provides a 1.5 mile distance along the Potomac River to the Lincoln Memorial. It is especially beautiful during the sunset hours.
Francis Dog Park
(25th Street between M and N Street-West End)
Francis Field is a recreational field in the West End neighborhood. Dogs are always welcome and congregate especially during the after-work hours. Please note, however, that the field is multi-purpose and occasional sports practice and games occur.
(3000 R Street - Georgetown)
Though not strictly for dogs, it is a beautiful park that's favored heavily by locals as a hidden gem. A variety of areas, including a children's play place, picnic areas, and short trails, are tucked away so thoroughly that a simple stroll can remove you entirely from the sights and sounds of the city. The well-connected dog community permits dogs to runoff-leash.
S Street Dog Park
(S St at 17th St NW- NorthDuPont)
A dog-only park, S Street provides an enclosed area to play off-leash and provide a funfilled time for both dogs and their owners! Your pet might even make some new friends! The cozy run is covered with antimicrobial turf to promote cleanliness and prevent digging, and a water fountain ensures adequate hydration. Benches positioned strategically around trees provide shady resting spots for owners who need a refreshing break.