Sometimes you want to take the whole family on the trip, including our four legged family members. However, it can be hard to find good accommodations where pets are allowed. That’s why we rounded up the top pet friendly hotel chains. Most of these have locations all around America, so no matter where you’re traveling to, you should be able to find one where Fido can tag along for the family fun.

Best Western 

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From my family’s experience of taking pets on the road, Best Western has really always been the best. They have more than 1,600 hotels that allow pets. Most of their facilities allow two dogs (up to 80lbs) in each room. Some will even allow cats, birds, snakes and even monkeys. They keep costs low and will charge a maximum of $20 with a maximum per-week charge of $100. However, some properties do charge a refundable damage deposit.


La Quinta

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Another great pet friendly hotel is the La Quinta Inn & Suites. They have affordable rooms and almost all of their over 800 U.S. locations allow pets. What’s even better is you can keep up to two dogs or cats per room, for no charge.


Red Roof Inn

Pet Friendly Hotel

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You’ll find a great room for you and Fido at the Red Roof Inn. They have 360 pet-friendly Inns from which you can choose. What’s even better is that they don’t charge a deposit or nightly fee for pets.


Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts 

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If you’re looking to step up your pet friendly hotel game, then one of the pet friendly Four Seasons is a good place to start. While not all accept pets, the ones who do know how to pamper our pets. They generally only accept smaller pets, but do have great amenities like beds, water bowls, and concierges with ideas for pet-friendly local eateries and parks.


Loews Hotels

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This luxury chain actually has pet program called Loews Loves Pets. They allow up to two pets per room and offer amenities like food & water bowls, pet mats, treats, beds and even litter boxes. They even have a vet and chef developed room service menu for cats and dogs.


 

Sometimes bringing our pets on our vacations truly make our trips complete. We’d love to hear about your best and worst experiences at pet friendly hotels. Sound off in the comments below or on our Facebook page and let us know.

And don’t forget if you’re not able to take your pet with you, make sure to give us a call for pet sitting and dog walking services. We’d be happy to take care of your loved ones while you’re away!

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