10 Hotels With Dog Parks That Are off the Leash!

Posted by Billy Francis

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With more than 200,000 pet-friendly accommodations on BringFido, finding a home away from home for you and your pup has never been easier. Before you reserve a room, it’s important to check out what amenities are offered to four-legged guests. These 10 hotels with fenced dog parks will bring a smile to Fido’s face and make hunting for a late-night pee spot a thing of the past.

1. Metropolitan at The 9

Cleveland, OH
The grass is always greener at Metropolitan at The 9. Photo by Facebook.com/the9cle

Sprawling over three historic buildings in downtown Cleveland, Metropolitan at The 9, Autograph Collection claims to be a “place to escape the ordinary.” As soon as you step inside, you’ll see why. While the historic touches ooze class and sophistication, it’s also the only 4-star hotel with an indoor dog park in the country. Take the elevator up to the 29th floor and step into a pup’s petite paradise. The park contains an astroturfed potty area with fire hydrants for an authentic peeing experience, a long hallway for a game of fetch, and benches for humans.

The Metropolitan at The 9 accepts two dogs up to 75 lbs for a fee of $100. Nightly rates start at $255.

2. Hotel Parq Central

Albuquerque, NM
“Welcome to my backyard!” Photo by @hotelparqcentral

Located at the gateway to Albuquerque, Hotel Parq Central is the perfect base for two- and four- legged tourists looking to explore New Mexico’s largest city. Your pooch will be welcomed by the hotel’s pet ambassador, Mollie, who personally delivers treats, beds and water bowls to furry guests. After check-in, check out the large dog park and pet-friendly, fenced courtyard on the property. For longer walks, take a stroll to Highland Park just south of the hotel.

Hotel Parq Central allows one dog up to 75 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay, or two pets up to 75 lbs for $100 per stay. Nightly rates start at $148.

3. Hampton Inn Adel

Adel, GA
“It’s what's under the hydrant that counts!" Photo by @gypsyrover3

Sit back and relax on a bench while your pup plays with other canine guests in the fenced area of the Hampton Inn Adel. Equipped with a fire hydrant and turf big enough for a game of fetch, this dog park is exactly the break your pooch needs after a car ride. For a nearby leashed adventure, wander the 7 miles of pet-friendly trails at Reed Bingham State Park.

Hampton Inn Adel welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $92.

4. JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot

Santa Monica, CA
“This towel is so soft it’s made me emotional.” Photo by @onecentween

Treat Fido to stunning Pacific Ocean views at the JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot. Although dogs aren’t allowed on the beach in front of the hotel, they can stretch their legs in the fenced-in area on the premises. In the evening, grab a cocktail from Le Troquet, a casual, pet-friendly patio lounge that overlooks the courtyard.

The JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot permits two pets of any size for an additional fee of $150 per stay, plus a $100 refundable deposit. Nightly rates start at $359.

5. The Village Green

Cottage Grove, OR
“My humans still haven’t learned to sit and stay.” Photo by @thevillagegreenpetfriendly

The Village Green is proud to be pet-friendly, offering guests the opportunity for on- and off-leash adventure around the grounds. Visitors can spend a morning walking around the beautiful 14-acre garden before exploring the rest of the "Covered Bridge Capital of Oregon." If your dog is dying to play fetch, the on-site fenced park can’t be missed. When the sun starts to drop and the temperature falls, gather around the fireplace to spin a yarn about Fido’s favorite hotels.

The Village Green accepts two pets of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $79.

6. La Quinta Inn Moab

Moab, UT
“You thought the beach was the only place I could get sandy paws!” Photo by @mmazzu62

La Quinta Inn Moab is on nature’s doorstep. The red rocks, canyons and dinosaur prints of scenic Moab are all waiting to be discovered by intrepid canine explorers. Fido can warm up for his outdoor adventure in the fenced-in area on the property. Moab Dog Park is also located less than a mile away.

La Quinta Inn Moab accepts two dogs of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $62.

7. Islander Resort

Islamorada, FL
“I’m smiling from floppy ear to floppy ear.” Photo by Facebook.com/IslanderResort

The Islander Resort unlocks the Florida Keys for guests who want to bask in the tropical sun. Pack your pup’s sun protector spray and wander down the golden sands of the resort’s private beach. Afterwards, stop by the on-site dog park for a much-needed session of “zoomies.” Running around in circles will work up any appetite. Fortunately, you can sink your teeth into the fresh catch from Tides Beachside Bar & Grill. Fido is welcome for dinner in the pet-designated area of the restaurant.

The Islander Resort allows two pets of any size for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Nightly rates start at $253.

8. Roadrunner Lodge

Tucumcari, NM
“Gettin’ my dog park kicks on Route 66!” Photo by @roadrunnerlodge

Step back in time at the Roadrunner Lodge on Route 66. This retro motel has been lovingly restored to reflect hip accommodations from the heyday of “The Mother Road.” After a meandering drive along America’s most famous highway, let Fido loose in the dog park, equipped with a small paddling pool to cool down on sunny days. Canine guests receive a welcome pack when they walk through the door, including delicious treats, towels and a bowl. Top it all off with an item from the doggy menu from Kix on 66 next door.

Roadrunner Lodge permits one dog of any size for an additional fee of $25 per night, and up to three dogs with a combined weight of 180 lbs for $35 per night. Nightly rates start at $89 in winter, $99 in summer.

9. Soho Grand Hotel

New York, NY
“I don’t play by the rules.” Photo by @petitpennybg

First rule of The Soho Grand Dog Park is that you don’t bark about it. This recreation area in the heart of New York’s hip SoHo district is exclusively available to guests staying at Soho Grand Hotel and Roxy Hotel Tribeca. The only other way through the gate is to pay a $500 dollar annual membership fee. Beautifully designed, the space looks more like a Japanese Zen garden than your average fenced dog run. It won’t take long for Fido to sniff out rocks to climb, water to drink and fire hydrants to extinguish in this little park in the Big Apple.

The Soho Grand Hotel welcomes two pets of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $251.

10. La Quinta Inn & Suites North Platte

North Platte, NE
“Can we go to the dog park now?” Photo by @therealhoagieandrubydog

Finding a hotel in a great location is No. 1 on the agenda for most travelers. La Quinta Inn & Suites North Platte lies just off the I80 in North Platte, NE, a good stopping point for cross-country trekkers. What makes it even more convenient for road-trippers is the large, fenced-in space for pups on the grounds. If Fido needs to blow off even more steam, take a trip to nearby Waggin’ Tails Bark Park to meet the locals.

La Quinta Inn & Suites North Platte welcomes two dogs of any size for no additional fee. Nightly rates start at $83.

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