8 Pet-Friendly Hotels in Seattle

AnnaMaria Stephens | February 02, 2018

Seattle loves dogs. The city has more canines than kids -- and cats are even more popular than that. So it's no surprise that Seattle hotels are unusually welcoming of four-legged family members. While many hotels now allow pets, these places treat them like VIPs, with perks like plush beds, custom dog tags, and locally made treats. You might even get a little jealous. These are the most pet-friendly hotels in Seattle.


Grand Hyatt Seattle

Why it made the list

Dog guests receive a welcome letter and a pet amenity that includes a bed, food, water bowls, and a welcome biscuit. The hotel's concierge knows all the nearby walking routes, pet shops, groomers, vets, and pet-friendly establishments. A fee of $100 per stay (up to six nights) is applied to reservations. (The neighboring Hyatt at Olive 8 offers the same deal.)

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The Fairmont Olympic Hotel

Why it made the list

Give your furry family members the luxury they deserve at the Fairmont Olympic, which charges a one-time cleaning fee of $50. The hotel even has a pet menu with such gourmet offerings, including a tenderloin steak dish. It's also a short walk from the Olympic Sculpture Park, a 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum that includes a beach, as well as an off-leash area at Regrade Park.

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Motif Seattle

Why it made the list

Motif pampers your pets with no-fuss check-ins, snacks, a cushy dog bed, food and water bowls, and a copy of CityDog magazine. The hotel is a ten-minute walk from The Pink Door; the popular Pike Place Market restaurant allows dogs on the deck, one of the best outdoor dining spots in the city. Motif charges a one-time $20 fee for cleaning.

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Hotel Max

Why it made the list

One of the most pet-friendly places on this list, canine guests of Hotel Max get take-home, custom-made dog tag that provides the name and phone number of the hotel for pets to wear throughout their stay. They'll feel right at home with an eco-friendly pet bowl and food and water bowls, and a VIP (Very Important Pet) door hanger lets hotel staff know a pet is in the room. A one-per-stay $45 fee will be applied upon booking.

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Hotel Ändra

Why it made the list

First things first: There's no extra charge for pets. You can even bring two. Pets are provided with a pet bowl, a mat, and a blanket, while their humans get a packet with tips for pet-friendly activities. The only catch is that they can't be left unattended, but if you're planning to explore with your four-legged friends in tow, this is a good option.

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Loews Hotel 1000

Why it made the list

This pet-loving luxury hotel welcomes four-legged guests with a special amenity that includes a bed, bowls and tasty treats. The hotel's services team knows all the best Seattle pet resources, from veterinarians to groomers to pet-friendly restaurants and bars. A $50, once-per-stay fee applies.

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Hotel Vintage

Why it made the list

Att Hotel Vintage, pets get the VIP treatment at no extra charge, whether your family members have fur, feathers, or scales. As official hotel guests, they're offered goodies like food, plush mats, water bowls, and a personalized greeting at check-in. Door hangers let other guests know when your pets are home alone, and you can bring them to the evening happy hour in the lobby.

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W Seattle

Why it made the list

Pets are definitely welcome at W Seattle. The hotel has been called one of the most pet-friendly places in the country. W allows pets of all sizes and weights; the room rate with a pet is $25 above the daily room charge. Ask about pet beds, food bowls, and bedtime treats. The hotel can also help arrange dog walking, pet-sitting, and grooming services.

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