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If you’re looking to travel anywhere with your dog in the U.S., then Portland, Oregon should be at the top of your list. This exciting Pacific Northwest destination has lots of public parks, dog parks, dog-friendly-breweries and restaurants, and boutique shops just for dogs. The city also has lots of hotels that welcome dogs so you can stay overnight and enjoy a fun vacation with your four-legged friend. Here are some of the many top hotels that are pet-friendly in Portland, Oregon.
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Hotel Lucia is a historic Portland hotel in the heart of downtown that offers boutique accommodations for you and your pet. This dog-friendly hotel offers lots of pet amenities when you check-in, including bowls, a bed, toy, treat, and a pet room service menu. It also provides guests with a list of local pet resources and has some great books to borrow about topics like dog psychology and dog massage. Guests are charged a daily amenities fee of $24 plus tax, which includes lots of perks, such as the pet amenities, fitness classes, bike rentals, craft beer hour, and a pillow menu. In true Portland style, Hotel Lucia hosts a daily craft beer hour in the evenings. Guests can also take yoga classes onsite in the Pettygrove Room.
The Hoxton is one of the most welcoming hotels in Portland for pups and allows one dog per room that is up to 40 pounds in weight. Better yet, there is no extra fee to bring your dog unless the dog causes damage. The hotel provides a list of dog-friendly places to visit together in the neighborhood, as well as a bowl, bed, spare collar and lead, first-aid kit, and waste bags upon check-in. The hotel is in Portland’s historic Old Town Chinatown area and has a collection of modern rooms. Guests here also enjoy the rooftop restaurant with city views and basement bar that’s open late. There is also a large lobby to hang out in and meeting and event spaces for hosting parties.
You can also bring your dog to stay with you at the Woodlark in Portland, and the cost to do so is included in the nightly $24 plus tax amenity fee. The hotel welcomes pets and even offers numerous pet amenities, pet room service, and a pet spiritual menu. The Woodlark is located in the center of Portland’s downtown and is surrounded by lots of shops and restaurants. Guests who stay here pay an amenities fee and then get access to bike rentals, fitness classes, a 24/7 fitness center, pet perks, and more signature amenities. The hotel also has a local art collection onsite and up for display in the hotel’s public spaces, including abstract and modern works in the lower level and lobby of the hotel. Bullard is the on-site restaurant that blends Texas and Oregon culinary traditions, Abigail Hall is a great bar for cocktails, Good Coffee is in the lobby, and private dining for special events is also available.
The Crystal Hotel is a favorite Portland spot for pet lovers and charges $15 per pet, per day. It has no size or weight restrictions or limits on the number of pets allowed, so this is a good place to bring your larger dogs. It’s important that guests do not leave their pets unattended while they are in the hotel and always keep them on leashes or in crates when in common places. The hotel is on Portland’s West End at the edge of the Pearl District. It has spacious guest rooms with a limited number of pet-friendly rooms, the Zeus Café on the first floor for all meals, and a saltwater soaking pool. Pets are allowed in the sidewalk seating area at the hotel’s Zeus Café.
Many Marriott hotels are also pet-friendly, including this one in Portland. Pets are allowed at the Residence Inn by Marriott Portland Downtown/Pearl District for a $100 non-refundable fee per stay. It’s a chic home base to explore the city and access nearby attractions like the Portland Japanese Garden, Old Town Chinatown, and the Roseland Theater. It offers free breakfast, free high-speed internet, and has kitchens/kitchenettes in the suites. There’s also a fitness center and indoor pool on site.
Kimpton is another great name to know if you enjoy traveling with pets. The Kimpton Riverplace Hotel is a boutique hotel that accepts any size or number of pets without weight or breed restrictions. The hotel provides beds, food, bowls, treats, and mats for pet guest rooms. There are no extra fees or deposits required to bring your pet here. Better yet, there is a nightly wine reception where pets are welcome too! Other hotel perks include the in-room yoga mats, a 24-hour fitness center, and free Wi-Fi.
The Benson Hotel welcomes pets in Portland with a $40 fee per stay. Both dogs and cats are welcome here. The staff can also tell you about all the best pet-friendly areas and dog parks in the neighborhood. The hotel has a European feel with modern amenities and a great location near awesome bookstores, breweries, and performing arts venues. There is a daily amenity fee, which includes complimentary daily appetizers, upgraded Wi-Fi, a 24-hour fitness pass, and other perks.
Stay at the Sentinel with your pet and you’ll also enjoy pet room service, beds, bowls, toys, treats, and local pet resources. Like several others on this list, the Sentinel has a daily amenity fee that gives you access to wine tastings, fitness resources, bike rentals, and more. Dining hot spots onsite are Jake’s Grill and Jackknife.
Pets are allowed at the Canopy by Hilton Portland Pearl District if they are 75 pounds or less. The hotel charges a $50 non-refundable fee for pets. This is a great hotel to stay in with your pup to be in the popular Pearl District and have easy transportation access. Guests here also enjoy the rooftop fitness center, complimentary bikes, and seasonal menu at the onsite restaurant called Vaux.