If you love to travel but can’t bear to leave your BFF (best furry friend) at home, you know that pet friendly hotels are a lifesaver. There are lots of hotels that let your pet pooch in the door, but these hotels go above and beyond. They make your companion feel like a real VIP (very important pup).
Kimpton takes pet friendly to a whole new level. They have no weight limits and no fees when it comes to crashing with your canine cutie. Forgot something? No worries. Kimpton provides loaner pet beds, food bowls, and even a concierge to help make sure your pooch is all taken care of. And to top it all off, some of their locations even have furry staff members serving as their Directors of Pet Relations.
With more than 1,600 hotels across the US, Canada, and the Caribbean, you’re bound to find a Best Western wherever you go. They allow up to two pets per room for just a small nightly fee. Some locations even provide recommendations for dog parks, pet stores, and pet-friendly restaurants nearby.
The Loews website starts off by saying, “pets are people, too.” We couldn’t agree more. When you pull up with your pretty pup, you’ll be greeted with a welcome basket catered especially to your BFF. During your stay, enjoy gourmet room service for your dog, as well as walkers and pet sitters upon request. If you need a place that makes your pooch feel as pampered as you, head to the Loews.
Hotel Indigo wants you to know that they’re not just pet friendly, they’re pet preferred. Have no fear that your darling doggo will be welcome here. And with locations all around the US, Europe, and Asia, Hotel Indigo is there when you really wanna get away.
Select W hotels have a special P.A.W. (Pets Are Welcome) program to make sure your four-legged friend feels right at home. They provide a welcome kit with toys, treats, and a pet tag. They also have vet and grooming services if you need them. The best part? Bring your dog on his/her birthday and get a special doggy birthday cake!
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