Pet Friendly Hotel Chains

Hotel chains are changing their attitudes, making it easy to find pet friendly hotels just about anywhere you travel in the U.S. and Canada. Even with pet friendly hotels, check before you book to confirm the details of their policy.
Days Inn
Over 900 hotels in this large chain accept pets.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
All locations of this luxury chain accept pets under 15 pounds.
Hotel Monaco
Pampered dogs can rent a video of “Dr. Dolittle” and sit back with a dish of Evian water.
La Quinta Inns and Suites
Over 350 hotels in this chain are pet-friendly. They will accept cats and dogs up to 50 pounds with no extra fees or deposits.
Loews Hotels
The manager will give you a list of pet-friendly restaurants and attractions nearby, or you can just order something special for your pet from the special room service menu.
Motel 6
Over 800 locations that accept pets under 25 pounds (ask if you have a larger pet, and they may allow it).
Red Roof Inns
Accepts dogs up to 80 pounds, and has over 250 locations.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts
The “Starwood LTD (Love that Dog)” program extends to all Starwood hotel brands.
Over 300 dog-friendly locations.
W Hotel
Nightly turndown service, in-room massages and special nighttime treats await four-footed guests.
Dogs are treated to minature versions of the “Heavenly Beds” and plush doggie

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