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From Doggie Reiki to Bark Butlers, These Are the 29 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in the U.S.

PureWow logo PureWow 8/19/2022 Dan Koday

Traveling with pets, once somewhat restricted and thought of as a luxury for those with smaller animals, has quickly become an important way travelers decide on how and where to book their next trip. A new survey conducted by American Express Travel reveals that traveling with pets is on the rise, with 43 percent of survey respondents saying they’d like to book travel to a place where they can bring along their furry friend.

And with a recent proliferation of both pet-friendly accommodations, package offerings, and flexibility on larger pets and types of pets, traveling with a four-legged friend shows no signs of slowing down. Consequently, hotels and resorts are focused on offering the best possible experience to make pets and pet parents comfortable, and in many cases, they literally roll out the red carpet for them. Here are just some—OK, 29—of the best pet-friendly hotels across the U.S. right now.

What Does Pet-Friendly at a Hotel Mean?

Honestly, the phrase “pet-friendly” changes its meaning depending on the hotel. The one thing all pet-friendly hotels have in common is dogs (and sometimes cats) are allowed to sleep with you in your room. As you’ll see with the incredible spots on our list, some hotels are friendlier to pets than others. Every hotel on our list respects pets! All we’re saying is some spots have doggy spas and others do not.

You can usually expect a pet-friendly hotel to provide a bed and bowls for your furry family member. Places that go above and beyond, catering to your pet’s every whim, may offer discounts on services, either provided by the hotel or in partnership with local businesses. Many spots give your dog (or cat) treats and some have on-site dog walkers you can book to keep your pet healthy during your trip.

Many places charge a fee to bring a pet. These fees usually cover extra cleaning necessary once you leave (if your pet sheds at home, they’re gonna shed on vacay). Some places only charge fees if your dog makes a mess (so kudos to pups who are well-behaved and potty trained). One trend we’re seeing with newer hotels or those who’ve only recently become pet-friendly is a promise to donate a portion of pet fees to local animal shelters and nonprofits, which is super cool and a feel-good factor.

It’s also worth noting many pet-friendly hotels embrace pets only when leashed. Absolutely bring a leash (or two) with you and prepare to keep your pup on it the entire time (unless you’re at a dog park, of course). Some spots don’t allow pets at hotel restaurants or in common areas, nor can you leave your pup alone in your room unsupervised. Be sure to read your hotel’s pet policy thoroughly to avoid extra fees. You also may want to make reservations at local pet-friendly eateries and bars.

Finally, service and support animals do not fall under the category of emotional-support animals or family pets. If your dog is a service dog, no need to search specifically for a pet-friendly hotel.

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1. Limelight Hotel Ketchum(KETCHUM, ID)

Price Range: $$$

Quick Look: Free airport/town shuttles, discount packages available, LEED-Silver certified

Pet Fee: $30/night

Few places are more appealing to active humans and pets alike than Sun Valley, Idaho which may be famed for skiing but boasts lots of outdoor activities year-round. If your pup loves lazing around in the sun, opt for one of the many Terrace Rooms, which have large terraces to take in the never-ending sunshine no matter the season. Pets are welcome in most parts of this hotel, and complimentary bowls and placemats are provided, with a $30 cleaning fee per pet, per night. Limelight Hotel—which boasts a killer, year-round heated pool and hot tub area—is located within walking distance of downtown Ketchum, filled with cute shops and a seriously not-to-be-missed distillery and dining experience, Warfield Distillery & Brewery.

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2. Boarding House Cape May (CAPE MAY, NJ)

Price Range: $$

Quick Look: Quaint (only 11 rooms), roof-top patio, local surfing and beaches

Pet Fee: $45/per night

Things we love about this hotel: It’s located across the street from a park and is walking-distance to the charming seaside town of Cape May, not to mention a quick drive from North Cape May’s most popular dog beach, which has seasonal times for visitors with a pet. There are dog-friendly wineries, al fresco and dog-friendly restaurants in town, and lots of contemporary beach charm within the rooms. One Trip Advisor reviewer writes, “I love how they write the dogs’ names on the lobby chalkboard and had a dog treat waiting.” (They even have a "salty" dog photo gallery on their site!) Boarding House does charge a $45 per night pet fee (for up to two dogs no larger than 80 pounds).

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The Lyle

3. The Lyle (WASHINGTON, D.C.)

Price Range: $$-$$$

Quick Look: Charming restaurant, waived pet fees, art deco

Pet Fee: $100

One of our nation's capitol’s newest boutique hotels to hit the scene is in the coveted and pet-forward Dupont Circle neighborhood. The Lyle offers a subtle nod to its Art Deco beginnings throughout its design, and a home-like, residential feel that will instantly comfort pets and pet owners to new surroundings. Four-legged guests are in for a treat (literally), which includes homemade snacks plus the simple pleasure of a cozy dog bed. The hotel is down the block from the S Street Dog Park and an easy walk to neighboring sections of Adams Morgan and Logan Circle (the hotel staff has dog park maps available, too). The pet fees won’t break the bank, either, as guests who book the Paws of Lyle package will have waived pet amenity fees. (Standard pet fees are $100 and nonrefundable per stay when not booking Paws of Lyle.)

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Best Friends Roadhouse

4. Best Friends Roadhouse And Mercantile (KANAB, UT)

Price Range: $

Quick Look: Best of State Award-Winner (2022 Best Motel in Utah), nearby national parks

Pet Fee: None

You could say this place is big on pets. In fact, they call themselves pet-centric, not just pet-friendly. You’re likely to have a photo of a precious pooch, pretty kitty or furry bunny stationed above your hotel bed and outside the hotel you’re likely to peep a dog statue and murals of animals painted on the walls. The hotel features a special, two-door entry system that ensures wandering pets don’t slip out, plus pull-out sleeping areas with pet mattresses and cubbies so you can comfortably sleep by your furry friend, not to mention free pet washing stations, a fenced-in park with a splash pad, and pet walking services and sitting. Yep, it’s pretty much Shangri-La for pets.

The best part: Guests here can take a complimentary shuttle to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, where they’re able to volunteer and meet pets for sleepovers at the hotel and learn more about all the good work this animal sanctuary does.

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Brazilian Court Hotel

5. Brazilian Court Hotel (PALM BEACH, FL)

Price Range: $$$-$$$$$

Quick Look: Luxury, fine dining, private beach club, doggy spa services

Pet Fee: $100/night

For the most spoiled, pampered of pooches, luxury Palm Beach hotel Brazilian Court Hotel pulls out all the stops—seriously, no pet parent could top this. Their Bark Butler package is available year-round and includes a welcome BarkBox, daily dog walking services, spa services—yup, for your pooch—at a local pet salon and boutique, a yacht ride for pet and owner, and even an adorable photo shoot to commemorate the trip. In-room, your pet will be provided a monogrammed bowl and designer doggy bed—the latter of which receives its own special turn-down service each night. There’s a $100 fee per pet, per night.

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The Beeman Hotel

6. The Beeman Hotel (DALLAS, TX)

Price Range: $-$$

Quick Look: Hip, recently renovated, Texas BBQ restaurant

Pet Fee: Call to inquire

A canine cantina, you say? Color us—and your four-legged companion—intrigued. Visitors to this recently renovated and contemporary-cool Dallas hotel love its PupJoy amenity. Beyond general joy for pets through toys, treats, and chews, The Beeman offers guests a day pass to bring their best furry friend to MUTTS Canine Cantina, an off-leash dog park meets dog-friendly restaurant.

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AKA West Hollywood

7. Aka West Hollywood (WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA)

Price Range: $$$$$$

Quick Look: Private screening room, 24-hour gym, resident-only bar/lounge, extended stays

Pet Fee: Call to inquire

Does your city pup love long walks, mingling with other canines, and well, just generally being part of the scene? The AKA West Hollywood is *the* Sunset Strip address you’ll want to check in with them for an extended stay, then. (As of press time, the hotel is allowing guests on a weekly stay or longer basis.) The hotel features a private, outdoor path right on site for pets, but is also located in one of L.A.’s best neighborhoods for walkability, so you both can discover shops, restaurants, pet boutiques and groomers together on foot. It’s also quite close to Tailwaggers, a doggy daycare and groomers.

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Destination Cleveland

8. Kimpton Schofield Hotel (CLEVELAND, OH)

Price Range: $$-$$$

Quick Look: Reduced rates for seniors and veterans, dog-walkers available, boutique hotel

Pet Fee: None

Pet owners will instantly notice Kimpton Hotels’ friendly attitude toward pets, especially those with larger pets who sometimes aren’t covered in general pet policies of other hotels solely based on their dog’s size (we’re looking at you, German Shepherd owners). Situated at the center of Cleveland's cultural scene, this gem of a Kimpton has select amenities for pets including pet sitting and dog walking, in addition to access to a pet spa. During your stay, you’ll receive a complimentary Wag! Premium membership which gets you 10 percent off services, zero booking fees, and 24/7 vet chat. With no pet fees (!), staying here with your fur baby is a budget-friendly way you can both get in the getaway you so deserve.

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Aloft Greenville Downtown

9. Aloft Greenville Downtown (GREENVILLE, SC)

Price Range: $-$$$

Quick Look: Hip and modern, outdoor pool, city views

Pet Fee: Call to inquire

The charming southern city of Greenville, S.C. is packed with treats for you and your pet. Case in point: Guests at any Aloft hotel, like the centrally-located, modern and comfortable one here, can request to take advantage of the Animals R Fun Program, which includes a kit with a water bowl, pickup bags, tasty treats, a dog tag, pet toys and a comfy pet bed. Pro Tip: Pack up those supplied treats and head out by foot with your furry friend to the Liberty Bridge—an ideal place to stop, gaze out, and snap some adorable Insta content of Fido.

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The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa

10. The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa (MANCHESTER, VT)

Price Range: $$$

Quick Look: Nature preserve, golf, hiking

Pet Fee: $130

This historic resort in Vermont recently promoted its pup-in-residence—a 5-year-old golden retriever named Cooper (who has a pretty gnarly Insta!)—to chief happiness officer, a rep for the hotel shared with us. Cooper is available to hang, cuddle, play fetch, and just generally make guest experiences better for both humans and pets alike—really, now what could be better than that? Oh yeah—Cooper hosts weekly meet-and-greet social hours each Friday to welcome guests to the property, which is located in the Green Mountains, with a complimentary glass of wine.

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Origin Hotel Lexington

11. Origin Hotel Lexington (LEXINGTON, KY)

Price Range: $-$$$$

Quick Look: Distillery and farm tours, shopping, one-time pet fee

Pet Fee: $50

Traveling with a pet is great, but it can sometimes be a hassle to figure out which local spots are pet-friendly or, ahem—not that we’ve done this or anything, will turn a blind eye to certain adorable faces. At boutique charmer Origin Hotel Lexington, which is filled with lots of locally inspired details, they take the guesswork out of traveling with a pet by providing a local “pup guide” to highlight all of the pooch-friendly spots in town. The $50 fee (for dogs up to 50 pounds) also includes pet bowls and a bed during your pet’s stay, but more importantly, an on-theme, locally crafted swag bag that includes a Kentucky-inspired chew toy (aka a bottle of bourbon squeak toy), a bow tie and selections of wholesome treats.

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Topnotch Resort

12. Topnotch Resort (STOWE, VT)

Price Range: $$$-$$$$$

Quick Look: Tennis, mountains, luxury resort, dog-friendly hotel floor

Pet Fee: $100/day

This one's for all the fanatical ball chasers out there! Already celebrated as Vermont’s finest year-round resort, Topnotch’s Tennis Center makes a visit here extra special by providing pets a three-pack of tennis balls so your trusted companion can chase them around until he or she tuckers out. The property also boasts a dedicated floor with pet-friendly rooms, so you can mingle and make friends with neighbors, not to mention many places to stretch out and play fetch, like Topnotch's various lawns and nearby hiking trails. Prior to the pandemic, the resort even did a special reiki and massage for dogs, and while it’s on pause for the moment, a rep tells us they anticipate offering it up again after Vermont loosens restrictions. It’ll cost you $100 per day to bring your dog.

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13. Lotte Hotel Seattle (SEATTLE, WA)

Price Range: $$$-$$$$

Quick Look: Dog package, historic yet modern, walking distance to many sights

Pet Fee: $100

If you and your pet consider yourselves sophisticated, cosmopolitan types, then boy do we have the hotel for you. The recently-opened Lotte Hotel Seattle is big on luxe, trendy little design details, stellar views, and a prime location within walking distance of everything downtown Emerald City has to offer. For a $100 non-refundable pet fee (for up to two dogs with a max weight of 40 pounds per dog), you’ll also be provided water bowls and a personalized, house-made dog biscuit, to boot. Pro tip: If you opt for the Puppy Pampering Package, you’ll get a $100 credit to use toward in-room dining from regular and “Canine Cuisine” menus, a dog robe, dog-friendly City Guide, dog treats, a dog bed, two bowls for food and water and poop bags (plus a waived pet fee). Kind of a no-brainer.

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14. Little River Inn (MENDOCINO, CA)

Price Range: $$-$$$$

Quick Look: Ocean views, historic, water sports

Pet Fee: $30/night

This laid back, coastal California inn boasts stunning views of the ocean, plus personal hot tubs off many of the rooms. While your pooch won’t partake in said heated, bubbly water bath, they can get onto the water in a completely unique way. That's because Little River Inn offers the incomparable experience of a kayaking trip with your dog, in which you and your pet can sit on what a rep promises us is a purpose-built, super-stable and specially designed kayak craft (there’s a Water Dog Sea Cave Package and a River Dog Package). Active dogs will also love the miles of hiking trails surrounding Little River Inn, and lazier pets will enjoy cozying up next to a fireplace or feasting al fresco with their owners in the lovely outdoor dining area.

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The Cheshire

15. The Cheshire (ST. LOUIS, MO)

Price Range: $-$$$

Quick Look: Boutique hotel, Tudor architecture, budget-friendly

Pet Fee: $25

If discovering a new park is your thing with your pet, checking into this charming St. Louis hotel—which also happens to boast a pretty great seasonal pool and handsome terrace—will be a no-brainer. The hotel is walking-distance from the historic, picturesque Forest Park. Like Central Park in New York, this urban oasis is something super special and a sense of great pride for St. Louisans; it’s also an ideal place to bring your dog(s), which are plenty welcome on leash but also off in dedicated dog run areas. Another huge perk: The Cheshire only charges $25 per pet, per stay.

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16. Emeline (CHARLESTON, SC)

Price Range: $$

Quick Look: One of Esquire’s Best New Hotels in North America and Caribbean 2022

Pet Fee: $100

Look—we can all use a chillout session every once in a while, and the same rings true for our pets. For supreme relaxation, this highly Instagrammable hotel—which is super-hot on the Charleston scene right now—allows pets to cool down by offering them CBD-infused treats upon request. Emeline also recently announced The Fox and The Hound Happy Hours at Frannie and The Fox, their on-site restaurant, allowing diners to bring along furry friends for hangs on the patio each Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Pro tip: Look into their Pawsome Package before you book, which includes a custom-made dog treat by their in-house pastry chef, dog mat, bowl and comfy bed. They charge a $100 fee per stay and only allow dogs up to 40 pounds (and no cats).

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Alfond Inn

17. Alfond Inn (WINTER PARK, FL)

Price Range: $$-$$$$

Quick Look: Boutique hotel, donation to animal org

Pet Fee: $50/day

An escape to Orlando, whether you love the parks or just the warm Florida air on your skin, is always a good idea, and the attractive Alfond Inn’s even more attractive pet offerings make it that much simpler to book. With their Very Important Pup Package, guests give back to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando through a booking. For $249+/night, pending availability, it includes a stay in a Classic Room with a waved pet fee and a special dog bowl, toys and treats. You can also book a regular room with a $50 daily fee, if you prefer.

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Mountain Shadows Resort Scottdales

19. Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale (PARADISE VALLEY, AZ)

Price Range: $$-$$$

Quick Look: Golf, gym classes, mid-century design

Pet Fee: $55 +$10/night after four nights

Treat your pup to a luxe little getaway with The Pampered Pup Package, because nothing could more accurately describe how you like to spoil him or her. During your stay at the stunning desert hotel originally built in the late ‘50s, which has great outdoor spaces—including a pretty sick pool which backs up to Camelback Mountain—your pet will receive a cute and very on-theme for Arizona cactus bandana, plus all-natural, locally made treats from Bentley’s Biscuits. The room will have a comfy dog bed for them to sprawl out on, but our favorite part is the mid-century inspired pet feeder. This package can be reserved up to 48 hours in advance and is $55 per stay (per dog, additional $10 per night for stays longer than four nights).

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St. Regis & Red Lion

20. St. Regis Aspen Resort (ASPEN, CO)

Price Range: $$$$

Quick Look: Luxury, skiing, dog walking and sitting

Pet Fee: $100 for first night + $25/night after

Pets are well-welcomed at this handsome Aspen hotel, where a very lucky Bernese Mountain dog named Kitty lives as the pet-in-residence. Kitty is a great companion to travelers with pets who want to make a buddy, and even visitors sans pets but who are pleased to be surrounded by puppy love. Should you happen to fill a day on Aspen’s famed slopes or choose to get out into its sublime nature in the warmer months, dog walking and dog sitting services are also available for a fee at the St. Regis Aspen Resort. The hotel’s pet fee is $100 for the first night and $25 for each subsequent night (per room). If you time it right, you could be there for the St. Regis’ monthly Bark’n’Brews fundraiser for Lucky Day Animal Rescue of Colorado.

21. Red Lion Hotel Port Angeles Harbor (PORT ANGELES, WA)

Price Range: $$

Quick Look: Ocean view, budget-friendly, donation to Humane Society

Pet Fee: $25

Nobody loves paying pet fees to bring their pooch along, but forking over that cash is a little more palatable at Red Lion Hotel. That’s because the fee is a cool $25 per stay, and even better, $10 of the fee is donated to Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Our advice: Active dogs with lots of energy will love this location, which is nestled between the beautiful Strait of Juan de Fuca and Olympic National Park, and so will you!

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22. Mc Hotel (MONTCLAIR, NJ)

Price Range: $$

Quick Look: Rooftop bar, one-time pet fee, dog-friendly restaurant

Pet Fee: $75

If your pet is as food-obsessed as us, they’ll appreciate MC Hotel’s culinary pooch offerings. The hotel’s Executive Chef, Amber Lancaster—who you might recognize from season 19 of Hell’s Kitchen—has created a special menu for pets at this hotel. Located in New Jersey’s charming cultural art and food hub of Montclair, just 30 to 40 minutes outside NYC, the menu items include a “Doggie Hash” with ground beef and rice and a “Ruff Age” dish featuring spinach, kale, and salmon. For humans, Lancaster impresses guests with tasty dishes at MC's exquisite Allegory, an open-air restaurant adjacent to the lobby.

23. Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club (HONOLULU, HI)

Price Range: $$-$$$

Quick Look: Retro vibes, dog walking and day-care

Pet Fee: None

One of the only pet-friendly hotels located on Hawaii’s famed Waikiki Beach, this eclectic, retro-influenced hotel, which has an adorable “Wish You Were Here” tiled pool, is popular with pet owners for its many pet amenities. These include a complimentary dog-walking and doggie day-care service that picks up dogs directly from the hotel lobby, and Jack, The Surfjack’s Dog Concierge, who is available for play dates on the beach. Their most unique offering, though, is easily the surfing and paddle boarding lessons available with Surfjack’s partner, SUPDog Hawaii which specializes in water lesson activities for dogs.

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24. Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel (NORFOLK, VA)

Price Range: $-$$

Quick Look: Seasonal deals, one-time pet fee, historic district

Pet Fee: $150

Fresh off a slick renovation, this pet-friendly Norfolk, VA hotel offers a designated pet play area, fluffy pet beds, and food bowls for all its pawfect little guests. The hotel is located directly on the Elizabeth River waterfront and next to the Elizabeth River Trail, a 10.5-mile pedestrian and pup-friendly trail that is the ideal way to explore different neighborhoods and all the corresponding views. Within walking distance from Sheraton Norfolk Waterside are other pet-friendly attractions, including the Pagoda and Oriental Garden, Battleship Wisconsin pier, Armed Forces Memorial, the historic Freemason neighborhood, and the NEON Arts District murals and multiple dog-friendly patios. Pets up to 75 pounds are welcome for a one-time $150 fee.

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Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

25. Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows (SANTA MONICA, CA)

Price Range: $$$$-$$$$$

Quick Look: Farm-to-table bistro, poolside movie nights, pet welcome package

Pet Fee: $100/night

All suites, bungalows and rooms allow up to two dogs and/or cats at the Fairmont Miramar. Even before arrival, you can feel good about your stay: the hotel donates 10 percent of your nightly pet fee ($100) to Wags & Walks, a no-kill, nonprofit shelter dedicated to housing animals up for adoption. Once you do arrive, say hello to a welcome package (for your pet) complete with treats, bowls, a comfy bed and poop bags. Don’t feel like hitting the town? Order room service—for you and your dog. The Pet In-Room Dining Menu includes many canine options.

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21C Museum Hotels

26. 21c Museum Hotel Kansas City (KANSAS CITY, MO)

Price Range: $$$

Quick Look: Boutique hotel, museum, dog welcome package, donation to animal org

Pet Fee: $20

21c Museum hotels combine modern art and boutique hotels like no one else. This spot in Kansas City has a contemporary vibe and an incredible overnight Pet Experience Package ($20 from the package fee goes to Rescue K-911). This package features the BarK Experience, which is basically a day trip to a fancy amusement park for your pup where you can also eat and drink. The experience includes a BarK Dog Entry Pass, one Doggie Flight menu sampling, and one Exit Bath courtesy of Groom-Groom Room.

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Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

27. Sofitel Los Angeles At Beverly Hills (LOS ANGELES, CA)

Price Range: $$$

Quick Look: Tons of pet-friendly discounts, dog welcome package, art gallery

Pet Fee: None

Booking the VIP (Very Important Pets) Pet Package at the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills means luxury, a Healopedic Comfort Orthopedic bed by local brand Club Nine Pets, locally-sourced and healthy dog treats by LA-based Daisy’s Delights, 15 percent off at Angie’s Pooch Pawlor and 15 percent off pet items at Los Angeles’ Kitson Store. Plus, there’s no pet fee (unless your pet makes a mess). Finally, the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has partnered with Wagmor Pets Rescue to help ensure local homeless pets find adoptive families. Wow.

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The Logan Hotel Hilton

28. The Logan Hotel (PHILADELPHIA, PA)

Price Range: $$$-$$$$$

Quick Look: One-time dog fee, family suites, walking distance to major sights

Pet Fee: $75

Nestled right in Center City, blocks from City Hall, this hotel is chic and welcoming. It’s a sophisticated space with pet-friendly offerings like beds, bowls and treats. Ask for a downtown pet guide and a dog-shaped poop bag dispenser if you forgot yours at home. Dine on locally sourced food at the Urban Farmer or visit The Underground Spa to pamper yourself. The Logan charges a $75 fee to bring your dog and donates a portion to local animal shelters.

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The Graduate Roosevelt Island

29. The Graduate Roosevelt Island (NEW YORK, NY)

Price Range: $$-$$$$

Quick Look: Discounts on local dog services, nearby dog parks, colorful design

Pet Fee: $50/night

As the first and only hotel on Roosevelt Island—The Graduate already stands out. What makes it even better is its pet policy. Their dog package includes a bed, bowl and treats, and 15 percent off some services at Pup Culture, a doggy daycare and groomer on the island. Plus, there are plenty of outdoor spaces and dog parks nearby. This is definitely a unique place to stay and guests can take the F Train, a ferry or their car to get there.

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