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Pet Friendly Hotels by IHG Hotels & Resorts

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Everything You Need To Know About Traveling With Your Pet

Are you looking for a pet-friendly hotel? If so, you're in luck! In this guide, we will explain everything you need to know about traveling with your pet. We'll cover what makes a hotel pet-friendly, what to look for when booking a room, and some of the best destinations for pet travel. So whether you're planning a cross-country road trip or just a weekend getaway, we've got you covered!

 

Top Pet-Friendly Destinations

When it comes to pet-friendly destinations, there are a few standouts. San Diego is known for its dog-friendly beaches, while Asheville, North Carolina is a mecca for pet-friendly breweries and restaurants. No matter where you're headed, with a little research you're sure to find a pet-friendly hotel that's perfect for your next trip.

Things To Consider When Searching For A Pet-Friendly Hotel

  • Does the hotel allow pets of all types, breeds, and sizes?
  • Does the hotel provide essentials like pet bedding, bowls, or litter boxes?
  • Does the hotel have designated pet areas (e.g. outdoor space, pet-friendly room)?
  • Does the hotel offer pet sitting or walking services?
  • Does the hotel allow for multiple pets at a time?
  • Does the hotel allow pets to be left alone in the room?
  • Does the hotel charge a pet fee (refundable or not) per night?

What To Bring and When Traveling With Your Pet

Packing up your pet's essentials is the first step to having a stress-free trip. Be sure to bring enough food and water for the journey, as well as bowls and a pet carrier. If you're flying, you'll need to check with the airline about their pet policies before booking your tickets. It's also a good idea to have a first aid kit for pets on hand, just in case.

  • Pet food
  • Water and bowls
  • Leash, harness, or pet carrier 
  • Waste bags
  • Toys and treats
  • Bed or blanket
  • First aid kit for pets

With a little planning, traveling with your pet can be a breeze! By following our pet-friendly hotel guide, you're sure to have a positively perfect vacation. Bon voyage!

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