Some Pittsburgh hotels treat your four legged friend like royalty.
If you are planning a city trip with your doggy friend, you have come to the right place. Most of Pittsburgh hotels are pet-friendly! Check out the different hubs in the city where you and your pup can rest your tails at night.
This spot is quite the treat. At the Kimpton Hotel Monaco you and your pooch are welcomed with a tray of doggy hors d'oeuvres and smiles. This home away from home is decorated in vibrant colors, chic furniture, and lavish hangouts. Thought it couldn't get better? No need to travel with a dog bed, or even doggy food dishes! The Monaco has you covered. The staff will make sure to get to know your pup by name because they are a VIP (Very Important Pup). As this hotel is one of the trendiest spots to stay in Pittsburgh, being pet-friendly with no fee, is quite the bonus!
The Omni William Penn Hotel is a great fit for all of you with small pups! If your furry friend is under 25 pounds, she can enjoy a stay at this elegant premiere hotel right in the heart of the city. And it's not just pups - cats are welcomed too. A cleaning fee of $75 per stay is charged for all pets. Upon on your arrival to the Omni, recharge with a latte in the lobby...and don't forget to ask for a "puppy latte" too! Bonus: There's a pet-friendly park right across the street for you and your furry companion to enjoy some fresh Pittsburgh air.
Many Pittsburgh-area hotels accept pets at with restrictions and fees. For example, Fairmont Pittsburgh allows dogs (of any size!) for $25 a night. For the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown, pets must be 25 pounds or under, and you can bring cats as well as dogs for a fee of $50. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown allows dogs up to 50 pounds for a $50 fee. Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square allows one dog up to 50 pounds, but no other pets.
If you're in town for a conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh might be your best choice. They accommodate pets up to 54 pounds at no additional fee, but dogs cannot be left unattended in the room. For a hotel right in the center of the Cultural District and walkable to many nearby restaurants, check out the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel. Their pet friendly policy allows for dogs with a $50 pet fee. Drury Plaza Hotel accepts dogs and cats with a daily fee of $35 per room and a limit of two pets per room with a combined weight of 80 pounds.
If you and your pooch are staying in the East End, you should check out Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty. They are very welcoming towards pets, and their $50 nonrefundable deposit is per stay - no daily fees or charges. The quirky Ace Hotel welcomes pets for $25 per night with no charge for additional pets. They are willing to work with you on accepting other pets as well, on a case-by-case basis. Also, pets are allowed in all public areas of Ace except for the lobby.
No matter what hotel you choose, we can all agree that bringing your best friend along for the trip will make it even better. For more tips on traveling with your pup, check out this great resource.
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Molly Allwein loves traveling the world, her three rescue dogs, and indulging in brunch & happy hour. Her favorite things about living in Pittsburgh are the $10 opera tickets, the robust community and philanthropic organizations, and the amazing culinary scene.