Yes to the guests

Boston hotels designed for special requests

By Elizabeth Gehrman
February 13, 2011

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The pet owner The Fairmont Copley Plaza (617-267-5300, will bowwow pet owners. Pets get their own beds, with off-site day care available. For those leaving Fido at home, Catie (in photograph) is available for hugs. Rates start at $269, $25 extra per pet.

The kosher-keeper The Four Seasons Hotel Boston (617-338-4400, accommodates dietary restrictions of all sorts: vegetarian, vegan, allergies, gluten-free, low-sodium, even kosher – from Brookline’s Catering by Andrew. Rates start at $395.

The large family Seventy-nine of the 95 rooms at the boutique Eliot Hotel (617-267-1607, are suites. Great location, two great restaurants, and a great way to keep the peace. Rates start at $255.

The wheelchair user Its 10 wheelchair-accessible rooms – including four with roll-in showers and grab bars – make The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common (617-574-7100, a good option. Rates start at $495.

(Photograph from Fairmont Copley Plaza)