These Dog-Friendly Hotels Will Pamper Your Pup in Luxury

Alabama: The Hotel at Auburn University

Located next to Auburn University, this pet-friendly hotel partners with the university's Vet Clinic to offer special rates for pets undergoing treatment. They aim to make your stay feel like a home away from home, especially during difficult times.

Alaska: The Hotel Captain Cook

Situated in Anchorage and part of Historic Hotels of America, the Captain Cook offers a luxurious stay for you and your pooch. Named after the British explorer, it serves as a perfect base for exploring Alaska's natural beauty and outdoor adventures.

Arizona: Kimpton Palomar Hotel

This Phoenix boutique hotel, part of the dog-friendly Kimpton chain, offers mountain views from a rooftop pool. Dogs are welcomed by name at check-in, and rooms include amenities like bowls, mats, and plush beds. 

Arkansas: 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa

This historic and pet-friendly hotel in Eureka Springs is adjacent to a Bark Park and hiking trails. Known as America's Most Haunted Hotel, the Crescent offers a unique stay in the Ozark Mountain region, where you and your furry friend can explore together.

California: Carmel Valley Ranch

Among California's many dog-friendly hotels, Carmel Valley Ranch stands out with its 500 acres for dogs to explore. The ranch offers plush dog beds and a Pooch Room Service Menu, ensuring a special experience for your pet.

Colorado: Hotel Columbia Telluride

In Telluride, this hotel is ideal for both winter skiing and summer adventures with your dog. Enjoy mountain views and pet amenities like beds, bowls, and gourmet elk-jerky treats, ensuring a memorable stay.

Connecticut: Saybrook Point Inn

Located on Long Island Sound in Old Saybrook, this maritime inn offers dog parks, nature preserves, and pet-friendly restaurants. In-room amenities include a dog bed, treats, and a bottle of wine for you.

Delaware: Hotel Du Pont

This grand 1913 Italian Renaissance building in Wilmington allows pets, offering an elegant stay for you and your furry friend. Explore the Brandywine Valley and return to this historic and pet-friendly hotel for relaxation.