PHOTO: The Inn at Presidio

San Francisco's Best Hotels for Dogs

Michele Bigley | January 04, 2018

These days its easy to find hotels that allow you to bring Fido, so now hotels are offering treats, beds, and even pet-friendly packages that appeal to those traveling with their furry friends. Here is our list of San Francisco hotels that go above and beyond to woo your pup.


Galleria Park Hotel

Why it made the list

With no pet fee, Galleria Park Hotel lures those traveling with their four-legged friends feel welcome. They'll offer dog bowls and treats to help your pooch adjust to city living.

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Laurel Inn

Why it made the list

Boasting no pet fee, and located in a reasonably quiet neighborhood ideal for morning walks, the Laurel Inn makes a fine place to bed down with your pups. This property is close to both the Presidio and Golden Gate Park, both ideal for exploring the city's natural abundance with your furry friend.

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Clift San Francisco

Why it made the list

You'll spot plenty of well-dressed small pups in this posh property. With no pet fee, this centrally location hotel might only be tolerant of tiny dogs (under 20 pounds), but they do treat those lil' pups well with plenty of affection.

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The Cartwright Hotel Union Square

Why it made the list

With no pet fee, this hotel proves that it appreciates your dog. Expect lots of puppy love, treats, bowls and assistance with finding the best dog-parks nearby.

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Hotel Adagio

Why it made the list

Fork over a one-time $75 fee, bring your two favorite dogs and enjoy the Hotel Adagio's pet amenities like a bed, bowls for eating and drinking, a dog park guide, treats and plenty of love. Though this property is in the heart of Union Square, this property attempts to make your pooch feel at home.

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Hotel Nikko, San Francisco

Why it made the list

The only city property with a dog run makes this a popular spot for pet-lovers. Special packages offer a discount on the pet fee (normally $50), plus a goodie bag with a bowl, pet waste disposal bins, tennis balls, a bed, and a leash to use while onsite.

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The Marker, San Francisco

Why it made the list

Complimentary stays are offered to pets of all sizes. Request beds, bowls, and treats form the front desk. Rooms are spacious enough for a pooch to find comfort.

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The Inn at the Presidio

Why it made the list

For $40 you can bring your pooch along to explore San Francisco's Presidio. This property only allows pups under 40 pounds, so leave the big guys at home. Expect your dog to get the royal treatment with his own bed, treats and bowls. Hike with your pup around this wealth of green space to take advantage of the perk of staying out this far the center of San Francisco

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Hotel Zelos

Why it made the list

Big pooch lovers take note, Hotel Zelos welcomes dogs of all sizes at no additional cost--though they do ask that you only have two pooches per room. They'll provide a leash, dog bowl, bed, food and treats. And they'll even hook you up with pet-sitting and walking while you are in town.

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