The Best Hotel for Dogs in Seattle

Keep your canine confidante happy during the dog days of winter

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Keep your canine confidante happy during the dog days of winter with an overnight stay in one of the many hotels barking at the chance to pamper your pet (with an advance reservation, of course). These accommodations have the best in animal offerings, with amenities like monogrammed dog biscuits and specialized room service. The emphasis is decidedly dog-centric, but all of these hotels happily accept cats, too. (Whether your cat will be accepting of the adventure is another story.) Pet prices vary from free to $60 per stay; prices for extra pet packages vary.   

Fairmont Olympic Hotel
Downtown; 206.621.1700
Free: “Raining Cats and Dogs” package—with bed, yummy treat and bowl of fresh water—provided upon request. 
Extra: Dog sitters available for hire.

Hotel 1000
Downtown; 206.957.1000
Free: A hotel staff member will take your dog to do his business on the rooftop dog run.
Extra: A personalized basket from Seattle’s Three Dog Bakery, with a monogrammed treat, bed and bowls.

Willows Lodge
Woodinville; 425.424.3900
Free: Bed, bottled water, bowls, biscuits and a copy of City Dog magazine.
Extra:
Room service with six “yappetizers,” and “good dog” desserts, including Gracie’s Slobber Gobbler Loaf made from lean turkey, oatmeal and garlic.

Sorrento Hotel
First Hill; 206.622.6400
Free: Organic dog treats, bed, bowls, waterproof mats and a poop scooper.
Extra: Concierge referrals for pet massages, grooming, day care and sessions with a pet psychic.

Edgewater Hotel
Belltown; 206.728.7000
Free: Pets welcome in your room regardless of breed or weight.
Extra: “It’s Wagnificant!” package including peanut butter crackers, a rawhide ring, an off-leash guide, biodegradable bags and more.

Hotel Monaco
Downtown; 206.621.1770
Free: Your pet’s presence announced on a dog-shaped chalkboard in the lobby. Bed, bowl
and treats provided upon request.
Extra: Dog coats monogrammed with the Hotel Monaco logo.

 

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