Emerald City constantly ranks among the top dog-friendly metropolitan areas in the United States. This is evident from the sheer number of off-leash dog parks and pet-friendly restaurants & tap rooms but the hotel selection doesn’t fall back far behind.
If you are searching for the ideal Seattle dog-friendly hotel, we offer you 7 hotels that wouldn’t disappoint the most studious dog lovers.
900 Madison St.
Photos by @hotelsorrentoseattle | Kerri B. (Yelp)
Across the street from Virginia Mason Medical Center, sits the upscale Hotel Sorrento. The hotel’s rich history dates back to 1909 and even today, the staff at Sorrento have special offers and packages, such as “Stay Longer, Save More” and special rates for hospital guests.
One of the perks of this downtown Seattle hotel is reflected in the fact they welcome dogs of all breeds, sizes, and weight, which is a rarity in the hotel industry. Based on guests’ experiences, this is not just another marketing ploy, as the staff is genuinely happy to accommodate four-legged guests.
620 Stewart St.
Photo by @hotel_max
“A place where art, photography, and music mingle” is truly the description of Hotel Max in downtown Seattle. Part of Provenance Hotels, this boutique hotel has 163 rooms that feature original paintings, as well as lobbies decked with local photographers’ work constantly on display.
Part of their artistic charm is the pet policy that allows two pets of any size, which is charged $25 per stay. Pet-friendly rooms are located on the second and the third floor. Apart from treats and pet beds being available on request, you can even bring a feline friend, if you own one.
2125 Terry Ave.
Photos by @panpacificseattle
Situated in the heart of the South Lake Union neighborhood, Pan Pacific Seattle offers great views of the city from most of its 153 guest rooms and 22 suites. Favored both by business and leisure travelers, this luxury hotel lets you save 15% off the room price if you pay a week in advance.
Once there, you’ll be happy to know they run the “Paws at Pan Pacific” program that features catered pet amenities and related services that are aimed at canine guests. However, there is a fee of $50 per pet involved and you can bring a maximum of two dogs. Denny Park, a popular local gathering spot for dogs, is just two minutes away on foot.
9550 1st Ave. NE
Just off the I-5 and five minutes from Northgate Mall, Hampton Inn & Suites is a newcomer to Seattle’s hotel scene. Their top amenities include a free hot breakfast and 3 meeting rooms.
Well within the service area of local vets, the hotel is a great starting point for exploring the city, since sights such as University Village and Woodland Park Zoo are no more than four miles away.
They are not merely pet-friendly but they have pet-friendly rooms (167 guest rooms in total). Your dog should be medium-sized and not weight more than 50 lbs. The non-refundable, one-time fee is $25.
4242 Roosevelt Way NE
Photos by @staypineapple, @diaryoftwocorgis
Colorful and modern are the terms that best describe Watertown Hotel University District located four blocks from the University of Washington (hence the name). This Staypineapple Hotel is popular among students and tourists who wish to explore Seattle: from the Space Needle to the Pike Place Market.
The hotel’s management states they are not only pet-friendly but “dog obsessed.” Although there is a fee involved ($25 per pet, per night), you can always get a better deal if you get the Pineapple Pup Package, trademark of the chain.
809 5th Avenue
Photos by @lottehotel_seattle
Located in the city’s Financial District, Lotte Seattle is truly a “Modern Elegance in the Epicenter of Innovation,” as their motto reads. Guests get to enjoy South Korean hospitality that includes a welcoming bow, fine dining, and a 24-hour fitness center with a full-service spa.
Dogs are welcome at the hotel but the fee is “luxurious” as the establishment: $100 plus tax. This fee is non-refundable and the animal mustn’t weigh more than 40 lbs. However, they do have a Puppy Pampering Package as part of which your canine friend will receive cute gifts: a dog robe, dog treats, a dog bed, two bowls, waste disposal bags, and a dog-friendly City Guide.
1100 5th Ave.
Photos by @hotelvintageseattle
An IHG hotel, Hotel Vintage is another high/end downtown Seattle hotel that is neatly located near a metro station. This is great news for visitors without a car, as Seattle Waterfront and the Seattle Aquarium are within walking distance.
The hotel is often featured in city guides as an example of a pet-friendly establishment that actively employs dog-loving staff members. As part of their “Wagging tales welcome” policy, Hotel Vintage enables guests to register their pet online, so they can prepare various services, such as dog-sitting (fees vary on the owner’s preferences).
Although Seattle is unarguably a dog-friendly city, it can be hard for “itinerant” dog lovers to settle on a particular hotel of out hundreds offered. We hope that our short guide will help you select a Seattle dog friendly hotel where you and your mutt will feel at home.
The average price lingers at $140 per night but there are budget options that start from $60. Most hotels charge extra pet fees that average at $25 per night/ dog.
Lotte Hotel Seattle, Hotel 1000, The Alexis Royal Sonesta Hotel, and Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle are some of the best pet-friendly hotels located near (north of) CenturyLink Field, or as it’s known since November 2020, Lumen Field.
There are many upmarket pet-friendly hotels in Seattle but the most luxurious one on our list is by far the Lotte Hotel Seattle.
Booking websites list more than 220 Seattle hotels as “pet-friendly” or “accepting pets.”
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