Spoil Your Pup at One of These Bougie Dog-Friendly Hotels


I've rounded up the best dog-friendly hotels from all over the US. No matter where your travels take you, your furbaby can be right by your side.

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I’ve rounded up the best dog-friendly hotels from all over the US. So no matter where your travels take you, your furbaby can be right by your side. Of course, your dog deserves to be spoiled, too!

I‘ve been a dog-lover my entire life! I love spoiling my dogs with love as much as they spoil me with their companionship and cuteness! They deserve the best of the best, and that includes a weekend away with their mom and dad at a dog-friendly hotel!

5 Star Bougie hotels are the best! Everyone loves a little “treat yourself” weekend now and then! Our dogs shouldn’t be left out of that! So what sounds better than having the ultimate weekend at a bougie 5-star hotel with your dog by your side? Nothing, nothing says better!

Which of these dog-friendly hotels are you booking a stay at?

Spoil Your Pup at One of The Best Dog-Friendly Hotels


Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor, NY

If you’re looking for a snug and sweet New England retreat for you and your pup, check out Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor, New York. This waterfront stay has a “Travels with Charley” package that includes the book “Travels with Charley in Search of America” by author John Steinbeck, who spent time at the hotel. You can take some time to read it on your front porch while your dog enjoys running around your private yard! When it’s time to do a bit of exploring, take the complimentary Frisbee and treats and check out some of the dog-friendly beaches close by. (Photos by Baron’s Cove)

Barons Cove Hotel Dog Friendly

Bobby Hotel in Nashville, TN

At this hip Nashville spot, oversize balconies offer perfect views for both you and your dog to enjoy. Take a quick stroll to the Riverfront Dog Park, and afterward, bring your pup with you to the rooftop bar where they can chew on their new Nashville hot chicken dog toy. The Bobby Hotel even has gourmet dog food offered with room service, so you can both chow down on some delicious Nashville cuisine. (Photos by Bobby Hotel)


Iron Horse Hotel – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Right in the heart of Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood, The Iron Horse Hotel makes my list for one of the best dog-friendly hotels in the US! You will thoroughly enjoy your stay at The Iron Horse Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, featuring weekly Yappy Hours in The Yard, with their famous puppy peanut butter cups for the dogs and cocktail specials for the humans. 🙂  (Photo by Studio 29 Photography)

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The Barrymore Hotel in Tampa, FL

Take a trip to the Sunshine State with your dog and spend some time at the Barrymore Hotel. The complimentary collapsible dog bowls and their location next to a dog park as well as the Tampa Riverwalk ensure that you and your pup will be able to take full advantage of the beautiful Florida sun! (Photos by The Barrymore Hotel)

Pasea Hotel & Spa in Huntington Beach, CA

Let alone the gorgeous, entirely dog-friendly Huntington Beach, the Pasea Hotel & Spa also has its doggy play park, “Paw-Sea.” After a day of play, your pup can snuggle into their own complimentary and cozy dog bed while you lounge in yours. (Photos by Pasea Hotel & Spa)

Kimpton Lorien Hotel & Spa in Alexandria, VA

Enjoy the best indoor-outdoor living during your trip to Alexandria at the Kimpton Lorien Hotel & Spa. The rooms come with large terraces for you and your dog to relax on, and the nightly pet-friendly wine happy hour is an excellent place for your pup to make some new friends. (Photos by the Kimpton Lorien)

Kimpton Hotel Dog Friendly

Inn at the 5th in Eugene, OR

Have an adventurous dog on your hands? At the Inn on the 5th, you can follow an urban wine trail with pet-friendly tasting rooms. Suppose you’re looking for a change of scenery but don’t feel like walking. In that case, the Inn provides complimentary cruisers and attachable “Tail Wagon” bike trailers to enjoy the views along the scenic riverside bike trails accessible from the hotel. (Photos by the Inn at 5th)

Dream Hollywood in Hollywood, CA

At Dream Hollywood, you and your dog are in for a stay of relaxation! From a unique Dream-branded pet bed to a plush mini bathrobe, your dog will be just as cozy as you. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer up incredible views to take in from your luxurious room. (Photos by Dream Hollywood)

St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, CO

Think your pooch is a foodie? Then the St. Regis Aspen Resort is the place to spoil your dog. Here, the pet menu includes delicacies like a protein bowl, sushi roll, and even beef tenderloin! Aspen and this hotel are so beautiful, and you will be snapping photos of your dog throughout your entire stay! If you need some photography tips for taking pictures of your dog, I have a whole post HERE. (Photos by St. Regis Aspen Hotel)

dog friendly hotel

Calistoga Ranch in Napa Valley, CA

At this gorgeous resort, dog-friendly hiking trails abound near the grounds of the Calistoga Ranch. Not satisfied by simply hiking? Try the “Applewood-Smoked Bacon Scavenger Hunt” with your dog, and then fill up on gourmet cuisine on the human- and dog-friendly room service menu! (Photos by Calistoga Ranch)

Cypress Inn in Monterey, CA

From new blankets and bowls to make your pup feel at home to a private outdoor patio for you to hang out on, the Cypress Inn in Monterey, California, is sure to make both you and your dog feel pampered. There’s even an outdoor shower so you can both wash the sand off of your feet (or paws) after a day spent on the beautiful beaches before heading to “yappy hour” for a fancy drink. Check out all of the perks for your dog HERE. PS: For more than 20 years, the Cypress Inn was jointly owned by legendary singer, actress, and animal activist Doris Day and her business partner. (Photos by Cypress Inn)

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