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Pet-Friendly Hotels

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Check out these pet-friendly hotels!

Summertime is just around the corner and we’re already dreaming of memory-making road trips and adventures! Now is the perfect time to start putting together itineraries and booking those hotel rooms. From treats to no pet fees, these hotel chains go the extra mile to make your fur babies feel welcome. Read below to see what these pet-friendly hotels have to offer! 


Whether Spike is a chihuahua or a Saint Bernard, he is welcome at Kimpton. Kimpton is extremely flexible and doesn’t put any limitations on pet size or the number of pets in a room. They also don’t charge a pet fee. Pets are pampered with amenities such as plush beds, food and water bowls, and mats. A concierge list of local pet-friendly restaurants, parks, and shops is available. Fur babies are also welcome to accompany their parents at the nightly wine receptions. Nice!


A member of the Starwood Hotels & Resorts family, Aloft hotels offer 101 pet-friendly locations in North America. While their pet policies may differ depending on location, most locations allow a maximum of two dogs under 40 pounds per room at no extra cost. Pets are provided with a comfy bed, food and water bowls, and a bag of full of goodies like yummy dog treats and toys along with extra waste bags for their walks. Their San Francisco location has placed all pet-friendly hotel rooms on the bottom floor for easy access to the outdoor doggie area. 

La Quinta

Conveniently located along major highways all across the United States, the majority of La Quinta properties welcome both cats and dogs and allow two pets under 50 pounds per room. Staff is available to give visitors the skinny on which restaurants, parks, and attractions are pet-friendly. Pet costs and policies may differ depending on the location so it’s always a good idea to verify before booking your stay.

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