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9 Dog-Friendly Hotels in Washington State

by Aoife O'Riordan

Jun 26, 2023

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Destinations / North America

You don’t have to leave your furry friend behind on family travels to Washington thanks to dog-friendly hotels across the state. From the heart of Seattle to the great outdoors, these nine dog-friendly properties promise fun for everyone.



The Lodge at St. Edward State Park, Kenmore

A puppy paradise, The Lodge sits on spacious grounds for dogs to sniff and explore. In addition to miles of hiking trails, The Lodge allows up to two dogs per stay. Advance reservations and signed waivers are required and dogs must be on a leash at all times. Dogs are not permitted in the restaurants.



Salish Lodge & Spa, Snoqualmie

This lodge and spa offers the Pampered Paws package. Book a patio room and, for an added fee of $75 per dog, treat your dog to an all-natural, bone-shaped biscuit; comfy Salish Lodge & Spa blanket; and a Salish Lodge bone-shaped collar.


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Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, Renton

This upscale property features various pet-friendly amenities including a welcome letter with hotel pet policies and a dog-friendly map, door hanger to notify other guests of the presence of a furry friend, treats and waste bags, water/food bowl and dog bed. The hotel also gives 20 percent from the pet fee to The Three Little Pitties animal shelter’s Seattle chapter.



Hotel Sorrento, Seattle

This historic hotel offers amenities like bowls and dog beds in room. All sizes and breeds are welcome for no additional fees. Dogs are allowed in common areas throughout the property, as well.


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Semiahmoo Resort, Blaine

Located on 80 acres, this seaside resort features the Dogs of Semiahmoo package, including a comfy dog bed and dishes for food and water. Post photos of your pup on social media with #Dogsof Semiahmoo to be featured by the property. A $25 pet fee is applied per night.



The Olympia Hotel at Capitol Lake, Olympia

Stay at this cozy property with acres of quiet woodlands, where you and your dog can stay in dog-friendly rooms with connected yards available. A $25 per night fee is applied for a maximum of two dogs per stay, 40 pounds and less.


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The Heathman Hotel, Kirkland

Spoil your dogs at this boutique hotel, offering great amenities for you and your pup. Amenities include a signature biscuit made by the culinary team, a dog bed, and food and water dish upon arrival. Dogs must be on a leash at all times, a maximum of two dogs are allowed and advanced reservations and signed waivers are required.


Icicle Village Resort, Leavenworth

At this family-friendly resort, your dog can enjoy a welcome amenity at check-in (includes a delicious treat, waste bag and new toy), dishes for food and water provided in room, dog-friendly walking trails and more. Bring your dog to Rocky Pond’s newest tasting room to sip award-winning Washington wine outside with your dog.



Grand Hyatt Seattle, Seattle

Your dogs will love staying at this artsy hotel in Downtown Seattle thanks to amenities like a dog bed and treats. The hotel also provides a list of nearby parks and dog-friendly eateries; a $50 per night fee applied. The hotel allows one dog of up to 50 pounds or two dogs up to 75 pounds combined.




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