Pet-friendly hotels everywhere are rolling out the red carpet for four-legged guests. Fido will be living the high life with treats at check-in, luxury pet beds and even on-site dog parks. What more could a pup possibly want? Well, how about a gourmet room service menu with all of his favorite feasts? Hotel chefs are serving up delicious meals for both you and your furry family members, and they can be delivered straight to your room! After a day of travel or sightseeing, put your feet (and paws) up and dine in at these 18 hotels with dog room service menus. “Bone” appetit!
Posted by Lauren Barker
1. Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay
Your pup will think she’s a high roller when she stays at the dog-friendly Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay. While you’re hitting the slots or taking in a show, schedule Doggie Butler Services like walks, potty breaks, check-ins, or spa treatments for your furry friend.
At mealtime, your pampered pooch will have a tough time choosing her entrée. The Canine Scramble is a mix of egg white, broccolini and quinoa. If she’s feeling carnivorous, there’s the all-natural, grass-fed Bow Wow Burger patty, served with steamed carrots, asparagus and quinoa, or the Chow Hound Chicken Hash, made with poached organic free-range chicken, steamed asparagus and broccolini. If she’s just craving a midday snack, ask for the Doggie Delight, assorted steamed vegetables, or Street Treats (unsalted pretzel bites).
Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay welcomes two dogs up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $100 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $84.
2. The Little Nell
After a day of cross-country skiing or hiking with Fido, relax and dine in your room at The Little Nell. Your pooch can order epicurean treats from the Canine Delights menu, including local ground beef, grilled chicken breast and grilled salmon. All meals include carrots, brown rice and scrambled eggs. Book a room with a balcony and enjoy breakfast while overlooking the Red Mountains, or stay cozy inside with dinner by the gas fireplace.
The Little Nell permits two pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per night, plus $125 per stay. Nightly rates start at $519.
3. The Cloister at Sea Island
Talk about living in the lap of luxury. The Cloister at Sea Island will make Fido feel like a king, and the doggy entrées in the in-room dining menu will have his mouth watering. Options include the Chicken Delight, made with grilled chicken breast, sautéed vegetables and chopped noodles, and the Crazy Dog, a dish of beef tips braised in veal essence with white rice. Vegetarian canines can select the No Meat for Me plate of sautéed vegetables with white rice. And don’t forget Fluffy! For your feline family member, there’s sashimi on the menu. After dinner, take your pup for a stroll along the beautiful beaches of Sea Island.
The Cloister at Sea Island Resort accepts two dogs up to 35 lbs for an additional fee of $175 per stay. Nightly rates start at $539.
4. Inn by the Sea
The Inn by the Sea allows you to dine with your furry counterparts in your guest room, at the fireplace lounge or on the seaside decks. The Seal Glass Doggy Menu features tasty cuisine like Meat “Roaff,” made with natural ground beef, or Bird Dog grilled chicken. Both entrées come with steamed rice and raw vegetables. For dessert, order yummy house-made dog biscuits or K-9 ice cream with dog biscuit crumbles. Dog walking, sitting and spa treatments like doggy massages and puppy turndown service are also available.
Inn by the Sea welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $239.
5. Hotel Crescent Court
Fido will need a Texas-sized appetite when he stays at dog-friendly Hotel Crescent Court near downtown Dallas. He can fill his belly with enticing choices from the Gourmet Doggie Delights Menu. For breakfast, order the Bowl of Scrambled Eggs, Oatmeal with Fresh Diced Apples & Blueberries or Fresh Plain Yogurt and Fruit Medley. At lunch, there’s the Puppy Patty packed full of chopped beef or the Hot Diggity Dawg, a 100% beef hot dog with sweet potatoes. For dinner, let him sink his teeth into Mighty Mutt, a dish of diced chicken with farmyard vegetables and rice, followed by sugar cookies for dessert. You can also treat him to the “Bag O’Bones” assortment of crunchy treats for a midnight snack. Once he’s stuffed, book services like Dog Grooming, a Full Service Wash or a Dog Taxi ride from the Spaw Menu.
Hotel Crescent Court permits two pets of any size for an additional fee of $150 per pet, per stay. Nightly rates start at $232 a night.
6. Hawthorne Hotel
While Hawthorne Hotel may be well known for its paranormal activity, there’s nothing scary about their veterinarian-approved dog menu. Fido can start his day with an order of Egg White Omelets with Vegetables for breakfast. For dinner, there’s Poached Chicken and White Rice or Fish and Chips (steamed cod and sliced boiled potatoes). If he’s watching his figure, he’ll enjoy “Doggy Crudités” made with blanched carrots, green beans and squash. But if his tummy is upset from travel, the chef recommends a Steamed Hamburger with Rice.
Hawthorne Hotel accepts two pets of any size for an additional fee of $40 per night. Nightly rates start at $159.
7. The Rittenhouse Hotel
While there are plenty of exciting pet-friendly places to visit in the City of Brotherly Love, you won’t have to travel far to feed your hungry hound when you stay at The Rittenhouse Hotel. For an afternoon snack, call in an order of the Love Bites chicken jerky, Puppy Love bacon cheddar biscuits, or Bone-A-Pet-Treat peanut butter bones. At dinner, your pup can choose from the beef and bean BARK-stew, the turkey MUTT’loaf, chicken and brown rice MUTT’za Balls, and the PAWsitively Delicious dish of Scottish salmon, spinach and scrambled eggs. If you really want to spoil him, dial up a plate of Some-PAW-dy Loves Me, made with filet mignon, rice and steamed carrots. Let him wash it down with a bottle of Fiji mineral water or a PUP’puccino. For dessert, the PUP’sicle frozen peanut butter banana bar is sure to satisfy his sweet fang.
The Rittenhouse Hotel permits one pet of any size for an additional fee of $150 per stay. Nightly rates start at $503.
8. The Peabody Memphis
Once you’ve witnessed the famous Peabody ducks make their way back to their home atop The Peabody Memphis, order dinner in for you and your four-legged roommates. If Fido is feeling traditional, he can request a bowl of Blue Buffalo Chicken Dinner or Homestyle Beef, and Fluffy will enjoy a dish of Blue Buffalo Salmon. However, if your pet has a more refined taste and prefers “human food” instead, there is another menu. Canine entrées include Savory Chicken and Rice in Bacon Gravy, Succulent Beef Tender Stir Fry with Garden Vegetables, Hearty Beef Nuggets served with Mashed Potatoes and Garden Peas, or Southern Egg and Ham Scramble. Cats will be excited (whether they show it or not) to try the Crispy Snack Snax - Cheezy Craze, Milk Poached Shredded Chicken, Kitty Kat Broiled Tuna Strips or the Rich Cat Lovers Beef Hash.
The Peabody Memphis welcomes two pets up to 75 lbs for an additional fee of $100 per stay. Nightly rates start at $249.
9. Willows Lodge
Dogs who stay at Willows Lodge are part of the WVIP (Willows Very Important Pet) Program. Your pup will receive a comfy bed, dishes, a bottle of water, and a Doggie Room Service menu with a list of delicious items to choose from. Is Fido craving the Chow Chow Chicken, Bow Wow Short Ribs or the Veggie Dog? End the night with Doggie Turn Down Service and he’ll also receive a night-time doggie biscuit. Who’s a good boy?
Willows Lodge accepts two pets of any size for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Nightly rates start at $269.
10. West Baden Springs Hotel
Expect gourmet canine cuisine when you order from the In-Room Doggie Dining menu at West Baden Springs Hotel. The hotel’s executive chef went straight to a professional (his own dog) to create a menu with high-quality ingredients that your pooch is sure to enjoy. She can decide between Steak or Chicken a La Pooch, a fish cake, or one of several favorites named after canine guests who’ve frequented the resort. Moses’ Meatloaf, Bo’s Half Pounder and Scooter’s Biscuit du Jour all sound like winners in our book.
West Baden Springs Hotel accepts two pets up to 75 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Nightly rates start at $161.
11. The Peninsula Beverly Hills
When life gets ruff and Fido needs to relax, book a pet-friendly room at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. Your pup can schedule a doggie massage, "pawdicure" or a walk with the hotel concierge. When it’s time for dinner, The Peninsula offers IAMS dog food as well as human-grade items from the dog room service menu. Each meal is prepared specially with organic coconut oil and pow wow nutritional supplement. Options include Zoe’s Beef Burger, Brody’s Steak & Eggs, JJ’s Turkey Burger, Brutus’ Filet Mignon, Tilly’s Arroz Con Pollo, and Django’s Blue Atlantic Ocean Salmon. The hotel is pleased to prepare any meal to your pup’s specifications.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills welcomes two pets of any size for an additional $35 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $575.
12. Savage River Lodge
In addition to a dog wash station, acres of trails and a Frisbee field, Savage River Lodge also caters to four-legged guests with its Bone Appetit Menu, filled with delectable dishes your pup will love. Let your mutt start with an appetizer of cheddar Bodhi Biscuits before diving into the lean ground beef Mutt Loaf or the Chicken and Brown Rice. For dessert, Fido will have to decide between a Pupcake, Blueberry Banana Cookies or frozen, fresh Puppy Mints.
Savage River Lodge permits two pets of any size for an additional fee of $30 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $195.
13. The Iron Horse Hotel
While there are many dog-friendly restaurants near The Iron Horse Hotel, you and your pup won’t have to leave the room for a top-notch meal. The hotel chef is only too happy to prepare a delicious meal for four-legged guests. Fido can feast on Scrambled Eggs for breakfast, the Yard Bird (chicken breast with a side of two carrot sticks) for lunch, and the two-patty Bow Wow Burger for dinner. For extra flavor, add an egg to the burger. Finish off the meal with a Peanut Butter Cup or a Puppy Cup of vanilla ice cream, and wash it all down with Cucumber-Infused Water or a Puppacino.
The Iron Horse Hotel accepts two pets of any size for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Nightly rates start at $229.
14. Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch
Get up early and order breakfast in bed at the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch. Fido can chow down on top sirloin and scrambled eggs with jasmine rice, or steamed vegetables, over-easy eggs and rice. At dinner, he’ll enjoy the German Shepherd’s Pie of ground lamb, peas and carrots. You’ll be happy to know the canine menu has been taste-tested and approved by Bachelor, the hotel’s canine ambassador.
Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $125 per dog (for stays of 1 to 3 nights) and $25 per dog for each subsequent night. Nightly rates start at $179.
15. The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows
Enjoy your meals with a view of the Pacific Ocean from your room at The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows. Your furry friend can start the day with Rise & Fido, free-range scrambled eggs, steamed carrots and brown rice. Then, after a full day of exploring pet-friendly Santa Monica, she can tuck into the Tail Wagger, a beef tenderloin served with sweet potato and green beans, or the Bow Wow, made with organic chicken, Yukon gold potato and sweet peas. Each dish is served in a stainless steel bowl.
The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows permits two pets of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $209.
16. Bobby Hotel
Fido will be one of Music City’s hautest dogs when you book his stay at the chic Bobby Hotel in Nashville. After a day of sightseeing, honky-tonking and learning the history of country music, return to the hotel for dinner. You and your pup can dine together at the Cafe at Bobby, on the Rooftop Lounge, or order room service from the hotel’s “Dog-Friendly Haute Dogs Menu.” If the canned dog food doesn’t cut it, opt for one of five chef-prepared meals like Turkey “Fried Rice”, Chicken & Potato “Hash,” “Steak & Potatoes” or Salmon “Risotto.”
Bobby Hotel accepts pets of any size for an additional $50 per pet, per stay. Nightly rates start at $224.
17. The St. Regis Aspen Resort
The St. Regis Aspen Resort offers a Puppy Menu with appetizing options from Executive Chef Laurent Pillard. Order “Sushi’s Favorite” roll (named after Pillard’s own dog, Sushi), beef tenderloin or a protein bowl. During your stay, be on the lookout for the hotel’s mascot, Kitty, a Bernese Mountain Dog. He’ll be hard to miss. You may even spot him passing out kiddy cocktails to two-legged children during the resort’s Champagne Sabering each day at 5:15 pm in the Fountain Courtyard.
The St. Regis Aspen Resort welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $50 per pet, per stay and $25 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $399.
18. Loews Miami Beach Hotel
Loews loves pets. In addition to other pet perks, each of the hotel’s 29 locations features gourmet room service menus for both cats and dogs with meals designed by the hotels’ executive chefs. Loews Miami Beach Hotel serves up dishes like Bow Wow Tenderloin Of Beef, Chicken Puppy Bites, Kitty’s Salmon Supreme and Grrreat Vegetable Feast. After a day of fun in the sun, Fido will be happy to enjoy dinner in the comfort of his oceanfront room.
Loews Miami Beach Hotel allows two pets of any size for an additional fee of $50 per stay. Nightly rates start at $349.
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