Pets Allowed - the site for travelling with your pets.
We have a free online directory of hotels, motels, condos, cabins and other lodgings that allow dogs, cats and other pets.
Water Wheel Inn, Gunnison, Colorado
Pet Fee: $5/day
Policies: Please do not leave pets unattended in the rooms.
Pond Mountain Lodge & Resort, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Pet Fee: One time fee based upon size
Policies: Sorry, none over 75 lbs.
Glenn Heidenreich, Ashland, New Hampshire
Pet Fee: $30 - one time; $250 pet deposit
Policies: dogs only, doggie beds and treats, nearby parks.
Recent Pet Friendly Reviews
|The Palace Hotel, San Francisco, California - Reviewed by Jessica on 2011-12-26|
Pets: 8 lb. Chihuahua & Pug mix
Expensive pet and valet fees but well-trained and helpful staff, art work is a rare true beauty in the city, true landmark hotel with worthwhile tours most days check with concierge for details. Awesome indoor heated pool & jacuzzi along with small fitness room; brunch in ballroom along with mural in bar& grill are not to be missed!
|Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana - Reviewed by Wilma Wallace on 2011-12-09|
Pets: 2 5lb maltese
Room was horrible. Carpet was pulled in places and old, furniture looked like it came from my grandmas basement.Staff was wonderful and friendly but didn't make up for what the room lacked left early. Called about continental breakfast and was told we were not platinum so we were not qualified, even wanted to charge for WiFi. One night with parking was $242.00 not worth it plenty of other places.
|Best Western Belleville, Belleville, Ontario - Reviewed by Joan on 2011-11-17|
Pets: 20 lb Schnauzer~ ShihTzu
We had absolutely no problem. By using a side door we didn't distrurb other guests therefore maintaining a quiet discreet visit for all concerned.
|Residence Inn By Marriott Torrance Redondo Beach, Torrance, California - Reviewed by Margarete Gabriele on 2011-10-11|
Pets: 2 persian well trained cats
When I checked in online- their website does not specifically say they charge a $100 non-refundable pet fee. When my boss/friend talked to the hotel staff there- she did mention that I had two cats and my duaghter. They did not mention there is a $100 pet fee. When I checked-out they said one of the maids saw a cat and a dog- I do not own a dog. They asked me if I signed a pet policy. I said; "No". They wanted me to sign it and told me that I would be charged a $100 pet fee. I told them that was wrong and they should have told my boss that there is a $100 pet fee. The manager said I should have mentioned my cats when I arrived and checked in. I told the manager that I shouldn't have to mention I have two cat especially when I arrived at 2am when I was exhausted! This should have been mentioned before I got there. I was not getting anywhere with the manager. They charged my credit card $100. This was not the way to conduct business. I was so tired when I checked in- they gave me a key to a room that was occupied as well. They wanted to take me back to that room- I told the night desk reservation guy that I was too tired and could he give me another room. They got me a room with one bed. My boss booked me in a room with two queen beds. I had to share this queen bed with my daughter. They charged me the same rate as if I were staying in a two bedroom suite. Then the second night I was there - the maid service bang on my door at 8:30 Pm - I was cooking - my daughter let her walk in. I thought they were giving us towels. Turned out she switched these wonderful feather pillow with synthetic pillows. I called them the next morning and asked why they switch my pillows. She said she would have to ask the maid service why> They called me back in 10 minutes and told me that the guy below me ordered this and the maid came to the wrong room. They said they would switch them all back by 9am. I called at 11am - the maid came with only 2 pillows- and told me that's all they had. They offered 500 points to accomodate me.
|Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle, Washington - Reviewed by Christine Langford on 2011-10-08|
Pets: 2 Black Labs
Our stay at the Fairmont exceeded our expectations. The staff was very accomodating and friendly. Our pets were welcomed as special guests with their own bottled water and treats. Will visit again soon!!!!!
|Residence Inn By Marriott Orlando International Drive, Orlando, Florida - Reviewed by John on 2011-09-19|
Pets: 13 pound Schicon
My dog and I slep very well
|Holiday Inn San Francisco-civic Center, San Francisco, California - Reviewed by Michelle on 2011-09-15|
Pets: 65lb pitbull adolescent
I highly recommend staying at this particular Holiday Inn in San Francisco because it is best set-up for pets. Especially if you request a room with balcony or extended balcony (one balcony runs into another without boundaries thus creating a huge space for dogs to roam in the confines of the hotel). There was no surcharge imposed for my pet. It wasn't even mentioned. So, in my case the pet fee was a mute subject. Hopefully, you will experience the same friendliness that coupled the roominess and safe, expansive, outdoor roaming area. I would definitely stay here again with my pet or without.
|Super8 Garner Claytn Ralegh A, Garner, North Carolina - Reviewed by Cheryl on 2011-09-01|
Pets: flat coated retriever, adult cat
We stayed here when we evacuated our coastal home for Hurricane Irene. The facility was filled with many other pet owners in the same situation. The staff was very friendly and helpful during a stressful time.
|Candlewood Suites Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada - Reviewed by on 2011-08-28|
There was no place for your dog to go potty, but in some rocks. People did not pick up after there dogs. It was gross!! There were big black bugs and cockroaches all over the parking lot at night time. We will not be back.
|Days Inn Wytheville, Wytheville, Virginia - Reviewed by Ruth on 2011-08-15|
Pets: 1 pug
This was an excellent hotel. It was clean and the service was great. The breakfast was great with waffles, sausage on biscuits, eggs, fruit, yogurt etc. They even had sugar free syrup for diabetics. Very accommodating for pets. It is right off the highway but our room was very quiet. Even though we had reservations, they honored a coupon we found at a welcome center and we saved another $ 10. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We'll definitely stay again!
|La Quinta Inn Houston Cyfair, Houston, Texas - Reviewed by CHRISTY on 2011-08-11|
Pets: 6 mo old puppy.
My hubby kids and 6 mo old puppy stayed here last week because it looked ok nice on the outside but don't be fooled. This place treated us horribly and made us ill 3 times ...(THAT MILK IS SPOILED DO NOT DRINK IT YOU WILL BE SORRY!) We had 2 joining rooms, but they refused to clean any of them because of our puppy that was in a kennel btw. We would have been happy to take him for a walk. The lady at the desk asked my husband if he could read and that our kids were "annoying and bothering her and they only go in for breakfast which made us all sick everyday..ALL WE WANTED WAS CLEAN SHEETS AND THE MAID TO STRAIGHTEN UP AND THIS WOMAN YELLED AT MY HUSBAND THAT SHE WAS BASICLY SICK OF US CAUSE WE STAYED FOR 4 DAYS I GUESS? WE COMPLAINED AND THE CO BASICALLY THREW US AROUND TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE ALL OF WHICH DID NOTHING. SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIRED FOR YELLING AT ME AND MY FAMILY. CUSTOMERS ARE WHY SHE HAS A JOB SHE COULD BE POLITE AND REFRAIN FROM INSULTS AND YELLING AND GETTING UP IN FACES, THATS UNCALLED FOR AND OBVIOUSLY NO ONE CARED. THEY SAID IT WAS ONE RATE AND THEN CHARGED US DIFFERENTLY WAY MORE EVERY DAY. WE COULDN'T SLEEP EITHER BECAUSE PEOPLE WERE PARTYING DRINKING IN THE PARKING LOT BLARRING MUSIC...WHICH IS FINE BUT NOT FOR KIDDOS THAT ARE KICKED OUT OF THERE HOME DUE TO A FLOODED OUT AC. I WAS SO SHOCKED THIS WOMAN CAME AFTER US LIKE THAT SHE NEEDS TO BE FIRED AND WAS NOT. THEY ARE NOT PET FRIENDLY AT ALL IF THEY REFUSE TO CLEAN WHEN YOUR PETS IN A METAL KENNEL OR NOT EVEN IN THE SAME HOTEL. HE WENT WITH MY HUSBAND TO WORK ALL DAY TOO. THEY ARE HORRIBLE WE MOVED HOTELS BECAUSE OF IT. WE WENT TO DOUBLE TREE FOR LESS THAN LA QUINTAS PRICES...LUXURY! YA! SO SKIP THIS ONE AND GO TO DOUBLETREE, SO FAR SO GOOD 1ST NIGHT..
|Residence Inn By Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, Illinois - Reviewed by anom on 2011-07-11|
Although I have stayed at this hotel numerous times, I have not taken my dog. However, I have seen dogs owners in the hotel with their dogs. Nice place!
|Days Inn Indianapolis In, Indianapolis, Indiana - Reviewed by Angela on 2011-07-10|
This was a very easy hotel to get too, exactly what we were looking for for a one night stay! Very pet friendly and in a good price range!
|Red Roof Indianapolis North, Indianapolis, Indiana - Reviewed by Larry on 2011-05-16|
Pets: 60 lb. shepherd/husky mix & 10 lb. cat
Pets were no problem, room nicer than expected at these prices. No fee or problem over second pet.
|La Quinta Inn Gainesville, Gainesville, Florida - Reviewed by BanPeopleNotDogs on 2011-05-03|
Pets: 70 lb dog
Excellent. I was a little hesitant as this was my first time travelling with my larger (~70 lbs) dog but the La Quinta Gainesville was great! Friendly, lots of dogs (all sizes) and great staff. This is exactly 1 block off the interstate, but down a little side street which was nice and quiet (no traffic noise) and across the street from a good little Mexican restaurant (La Fiesta; very reasonable and very good for a quick lunch or dinner away from the pup). Also across the street is a Chinese restaurant...good but more moderate priced (like $20 for a dinner vs. less than $10 at the Mexican), a little slow on service and very dark (lol - leave the sunglasses home!) But the food was good! La Quinta seemed to put all the doggy travellers facing the side street / Mexican restaurant and most people walked their dogs in a long grassy strip between the parking lot and the street. Everyone I saw was good about picking up after their dogs too :} I definitely felt safe at this location -- the sherrifs department is at the end of the block! La Quinta is also 1 - 2 exits away from a dog park which was really an enclosed play area, we ended up walking across the park to an unpaved road and going for a walk on that but I liked the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, also only 1 - 2 exits away better. During the week, it was a nice 2 1/2 mile walk with the dog. It was way more crowded on the weekend and if your dog doesn't like a million people patting him on the head, I would just go during the week when it's a lot quieter. La Quinta also offers a continential breakfast, bisquits and gravy, make your own waffles, cereal etc. Definitely gets an excellent rating for overall convenience and friendliness -- including welcoming larger dogs without extra fee's etc.
|Red Roof Inn And Suites Ocala, Ocala, Florida - Reviewed by Frank Jackson on 2011-05-02|
the hotel policy is that you cannot leave your pet in the room alone. how can you take the dog with you to go out to dinner and leave it in a car in 100degree heat. bad policy
|La Quinta Inn Greenway Plaza, Houston, Texas - Reviewed by Barby on 2011-03-24|
Pets: 15 lb dochaun (weiner dog), 40 lb blue healer
Pet access to grass was hard to get to and very limited. Friendliness and ease of having pets with us was excellent! Both of my doggies ads very old but they know a comfortable, safe pet friendly place when they see it and La Quinta was deffinately that! Ecconical and comfortable & great for dogs.... What more could I aak for?! Will definitely stay there again!