Staycation at 5 Dog-Friendly Seattle Hotels

Real talk: there’s just something about staying in a hotel that makes you feel like you’re on vacay even when you’re in your own city. And who says you can’t t-r-e-a-t yourself close to home? If you and your best bud are looking fur a safe change of scenery (aren’t we all) and your ears perk up at the sound of a fun cosmopawlitan getaway, you’re in luck with these dog-friendly Seattle hotels. 

Note: All hotels featured below are following strict safety protocols, but we always recommend calling ahead to confirm any pup-specific deets or pandemic-related closures! 

1. The State Hotel 

This downtown hotel lists its location as the top amenity, and we can’t disagree. Steps away from the iconic Pike Place Market, The State Hotel is the perfect place to play tourist in your own city. Pups under 50 pounds are welcome ($30 pet fee applies).  For city-lovin’ pups, sniff out the Urban Pooch package.

2. The Maxwell Hotel 

“We’re not just dog friendly, we’re dog obsessed,” is an actual quote from The Maxwell’s website. We’re in ruv. Their pup policies are simple but important: stay smart and stay kind. Basically, you know what’s best for your dog and should be aware that others might not love dergs as much as you do (so keep ’em leashed in common areas for heck sake). The Pineapple Pup Package comes with a water bowl, treats, dog waste bag dispenser, dog bed, and 50% off the regular pet fee. Just use promo code PUP when you book online. 

3. Thompson Seattle

One of the city’s newest hotels, Thompson Seattle is most well-known for its incredible rooftop bar: The Nest. Since nests are for birds, not dogs, pup’ll have to chillax in the room with his treats he got at check-in if you choose to partake. The hotel has a little courtyard area for… waste management. The extra kibble on top: no pet fee!

4. W Seattle 

One of the cooler, funkier hotels in the downtown Seattle core, W Seattle is ahead of the curve with amenities always, and they’ve been dog-friendly since we can remember. No size or weight cap on pets (ALL are welcome), and no extra fee. They do ask you max out at two furry friends, and not to leave them alone in the rooms if they’ll get lonely for you (and voice that loneliness loudly). 

5. Pan Pacific 

All paws are welcome at Pan Pacific! Even your little princess will be impressed with the views of the Space Needle from this South Lake Union staple. Dogs of all weights are welcome ($50 per pet),  and they’ll be provided with a plush doggy bed, dog-friendly Seattle guide, and plenty of treats! Max two dogs per room, pawlease, and No Dog Left Behind (in rooms alone). But really, why would you? 

Did we leave out your favorite dog-friendly Seattle hotels? Bark at us in the comments or in our Dog-Friendly Seattle Facebook Group to let us know. 

Featured photo: Brooke Calge

Sidewalk Dog’s mission is to help dog parents spend more time with their puppers by discovering and sharing activities they can do and places they can go—together! Sniff out our award-winning newsletter and Instagram, then join our Dog-Friendly Seattle Facebook Group.

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