The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels In The USA

Finding pet-friendly accommodations can be difficult, which is why many people opt to leave their fidos and felines at home during their vacation, but sometimes that just isn’t an option. This morning TripAdvisor released a list of the best pet-friendly hotels in the USA.

After polling over 1,100 U.S. travelers, TripAdvisor announced the results of their pet travel survey as well as the top pet-friendly properties in America. According to the survey, 44% of the U.S. respondents polled say they plan on hitting the road with their pets in the next 12 months while 51% say that it’s a challenge to find animal-friendly accommodations. Seventeen percent say that it can be expensive taking a pet on vacation. This is definitely a fact, as most hotels and motels (including ours) charge extra for pets.

Another fact that isn’t shocking for this inn-keeper, twenty-two percent of pet owners admit to sneaking in their pets in a hotel or B&B that isn’t pet-friendly. People, don’t do this. It shows such a lack of respect for the establishment in which you are staying and many inns have set aside pet-friendly rooms as some customers are highly allergic to pets and require rooms that are completely pet-free. Instead, bookmark this list and reference it every time you want to take a trip with your four-legged friend.

TIP: is another resource for pet-friendly accommodations.

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  • Beachside Villa Resort, Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida 2 of 11

    Enjoy the Beachside Resort's hotel rooms, studios or suites with your pet as long as they weigh 35 pounds or less. Pet walkers are available upon request. There is a fee of $25 per night for pets.


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  • Olea Hotel, Glen Ellen, California 3 of 11

    This little boutique hotel is located in Sonoma County and allows pets in their Hillside Queen Rooms. Dogs are treated to a special welcome basket including treats, bowls and towels. There is a fee of $25 per night for pets.

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  • Bardessono, Yountville, California 4 of 11

    Dogs are provided with plush dog beds and special bowls to enjoy their supper while staying at the Bardessono. The hotel is sustainable and offers organic bed linens and hand-crafted bath products, but the price is quite steep. There is a one-time fee of $150 for pets.

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  • Inn of the Five Graces, Santa Fe, New Mexico 5 of 11

    This former adobe building turned hotel is located in a historic neighborhood in Santa Fe. The decor consists of exotic rugs, antiques, textiles and architectural features. Pets 50 pounds or less are welcomed with treats and stuffed animals. There is a $75 per night fee for pets.

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  • Five Pine Lodge & Spa, Sisters, Oregon 6 of 11

    Pet-friendly cabins are available at the Five Pine Lodge & Spa and they are conveniently located within steps of a forest, making it easy for you to take them out for walks.

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  • The Grand Del Mar, San Diego, California 7 of 11

    Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? The Grand Del Mar is the ultimate in luxury! Amenities for pets include beds, toys and bowls. Pets weighing 25 pounds or less are welcome and there is a one-time fee of $100 charged.

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  • Sunglow Ranch — Arizona Guest Ranch and Resort, Pearce, Arizona 8 of 11

    There is plenty of space to run around at the Sunglow Ranch (475 acres) and both the "Hummingbird" and "Coyote" casitas accommodate pets weighing 25 pounds or less. There is a fee of $25 per night for pets.

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  • Allison Inn & Spa, Newberg, Oregon 9 of 11

    Bring your dog to a wine tasting or treat them to their own special stew. This luxurious hotel located in Willamette Valley welcomes pets in terrace-level rooms. There is a one-time fee of $50 for pets.

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  • Low-Key Hideaway, Cedar Key, Florida 10 of 11

    Located on the Gulf Coast, the Low-Key Hideaway, an adults-only retreat, is a quiet spot and a great place to get some R&R. There is a $10 fee per night, per pet.

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  • The Oxford Hotel, Bend, Oregon 11 of 11

    A special bed, travel-size dog bowls, pet salve and organic dog treats are just some of the animal-friendly amenities offered at The Oxford Hotel. There is a one time fee of $55 for the pet package.

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