New Pet-Friendly Hotels: September 2022

Posted by Scott Tunstall

September brings seven hotels that are opening their doors to furry guests for the first time. From the Cornhusker State to the Peach State, Fido can rest his paws at these newly pet-friendly accommodations across America this month.

Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel

Omaha, NE
“I’ll need a noon wakeup call.” Photo by

Housed in a renovated 1920s era building, Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel offers four-legged guests modern comfort in a classic setting. Upon arrival, pups receive plush beds, water bowls, tasty treats, and waste bags. Boutique rooms and suites feature stylish decor, cozy sitting areas, work desks, Smart TVs, and pleasing city views. Swim a few laps in the outdoor pool, exercise in a state-of-the-art fitness center, dine in the on-site steakhouse, and explore the city on a hotel bicycle.

Fido can play off leash at the Hanscom Dog Park, located one mile south of the hotel. There are separate areas for large and small dogs.

Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel welcomes pets of any size for no additional fee.

Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville

Greenville, SC
Photo by Beth Shoemaker Photography

Perched on the banks of the Reedy River in scenic Falls Park, the Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville provides a luxury boutique getaway for both canine and human jet-setters. Relax in warm, nature-inspired rooms offering writing desks, mini refrigerators, complimentary high-speed internet, marble bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows with picturesque city and waterfall views. Experience intimate dining in the on-site restaurant, train in a fully-equipped gym, and rejuvenate the body and soul at the Poseidon Spa.

Shop at Mast General Store and O.P. Taylor's, two dog-friendly stores located within walking distance of the hotel in quaint downtown Greenville.

Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville accepts two pets up to 25 lbs for an additional fee of $150 per stay.

Hotel Zachary Chicago

Chicago, IL
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Nestled in the shadow of historic Wrigley Field, Hotel Zachary Chicago delivers a home run of hospitality to furry friends. Fido can enjoy free treats and fun toys during his stay. Baseball-themed rooms adorned with pinstripe carpets and unique memorabilia include a leather wing sitting chair, writing desks, oversized walk-in showers, and floor-to-ceiling windows with field and neighborhood views. Work out in the 24/7 gym and savor craft cocktails and fine cuisine at one of the three on-site restaurants.

Drive two miles to the shores of Lake Michigan for beachfront brews at The Dock. Pups are welcome at outdoor tables.

Hotel Zachary Chicago welcomes two pets of any size for no additional fee.

Hotel Drover Autograph Collection

Fort Worth, TX
A comfy boy. Photo by @thewilliethompson

Inspired by the pioneers who herded longhorn cattle across the Texas plains, the pet-friendly Hotel Drover Autograph Collection provides rustic luxury for weary travelers. Guest pups are gifted treats, bowls, and a fancy handkerchief. Charming Western-themed rooms and suites are equipped with handcrafted furniture, hardwood floors, separate sitting areas, and mini refrigerators. Dine on Southern comfort food in the on-site restaurant, burn calories in the fitness center, and relax in the Backyard - a festive community space that allows guests to slip into the heated outdoor pool, play a game of cornhole, and chill by the fire pits.

Four-legged cowpups can grab their ten-gallon hats and watch the daily cattle drive just a block away at the Fort Worth Stockyards.

Hotel Drover Autograph Collection accepts dogs of any size for an additional fee of $125 per stay.

Radcliffe Moab

Moab, UT
Official dog bed testers. Photo by @radcliffemoab

Surrounded by towering red rock cliffs and the roaring waters of the Colorado River, Radcliffe Moab is the perfect downtown basecamp for adventure-seeking pups and their owners. Spacious studios are outfitted with living areas, dining tables, hardwood flooring, mini refrigerators, and free WiFi access. Browse for camping/hiking gear in the attached store, sample authentic Mediterranean fare in the on-site restaurant, and take a refreshing dip in the outdoor swimming pool.

Succulent barbecue is just a hop, skip, and a jump away at The Blue Pig. The covered patio seating section is pet friendly.

Radcliffe Moab welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $50 per pet, per stay.

The Avery Georgetown

Washington, DC
Looking very Presidential. Photo by @averygeorgetown

Furry tourists looking for quaint accommodations in the heart of Washington D.C.’s oldest neighborhood will be happy to set paw in The Avery Georgetown. This elegant guesthouse boasts cozy rooms featuring hardwood floors, pull-out sofas, electric fireplaces, stocked minibars, and en-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers and soaking tubs. Fuel up each morning with a light continental breakfast, utilize the property’s complimentary WiFi, and take a peaceful respite on the enclosed courtyard patio.

Head to the nearby Key Bridge Boathouse to kayak the Potomac River with Fido in tow. Rental rates start at $20 and canine life jackets are available.

The Avery Georgetown accepts two dogs up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $40 per night.

Holiday Inn Express Calhoun South

Calhoun, GA
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Halfway between Chattanooga and Atlanta, the Holiday Inn Express Calhoun South offers convenient pet-friendly accommodations for roadtrippers traveling across the southeast. Modern rooms include sitting areas, work desks with lamps, microwaves and mini refrigerators, and large bathrooms. Feast on a free breakfast, break a sweat in the fitness center, cool off in the indoor swimming pool, and stay connected using the hotel’s free high-speed internet.

Leashed dogs can hike the historic nature trails at New Echota State Park, located five miles north of the hotel.

Holiday Inn Express Calhoun South welcomes two pets up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.

Do you plan to stay at any of these new pet-friendly hotels? Leave a comment or tweet us @BringFido!

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