Phoenix is one of the most pet-friendly cities in America. With countless activities for your pet, this Southwest city provides a great escape for Fido.
Have you ever thought your dog needed a vacation? I know my pups would enjoy a change of scenery. You can absolutely spoil your little loves with a visit to Phoenix, Arizona. From pet-friendly hotels to restaurants to outdoor spaces, they’ll enjoy going along for the ride. Take a look with me at the top five pet-friendly hotels in Phoenix that you can enjoy with your furry pal on vacation. From luxury hotels to moderately priced accommodations this list is a great place to start for pet-friendly Phoenix vacation hotels.
- Westin Phoenix Downtown
The Westin is located in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Two dogs up to 40 pounds are welcome for no extra fee. All rooms are dog-friendly, but cats are not permitted. Guests are required to sign a pet waiver upon check-in. Thanks to its location near Cesar Chavez Park, you can have hours of fun in this fully fenced haven for dogs. After a long afternoon at the park, stop by Original Hamburger Works for a Fido-friendly meal.
- Aloft Phoenix Airport
The Aloft Phoenix Airport is pet-friendly. Two dogs up to 50 pounds are welcome with no extra fees. The hotel doesn’t accept aggressive breeds or cats. Take your four-legged friend to explore The Farm at South Mountain while you are a guest at Aloft.
- The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
This quaint boutique hotel welcomes not only one, but two dogs up to 50 pounds for a fee of $50 per stay. Once you are checked in, go out and explore one of the 38 off-leash parks in the Phoenix area.
- Sheraton Grand Phoenix
The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel is dog-friendly. The hotel welcomes two dogs up to 80 pounds for no extra fee. Dogs can’t be unattended at any time. Head to the nearby Aunt Chilada’s for dinner, where dogs are always welcome on the shaded outdoor patio. The restaurant is located across the street from a dog-friendly park.
- Drury Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport
Do you have a long layover? Drury Inn and Suites Phoenix Airport allows two pets of any size for an extra $25 plus tax per night. Quiet, well-behaved pets can be left unattended for up to 30 minutes, with the exception of the hours from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
No matter if you’re visiting Phoenix for a week or a night, you can find pet-friendly hotels in almost every part of the city and beyond. When you aren’t relaxing in your hotel, you can take your pup out to meet the locals and hang out in coffee shops such as Fair Trade Café and Copper Star Café. If you need a little exercise, choose from nine dog parks and 16 hiking trails.
If Phoenix wasn’t on your radar for taking your pup on vacation, it should be now.