5 Great Dog Friendly Hotels in Portland

If you want to enjoy a city escape but you don’t want to leave your four-legged best friend at home, you’ll find quite a few dog-friendly hotels in Portland, including some that go way over the top when it comes to amenities, like dog massage or even a session with a pet psychic.


Hotel Vintage

When they say they say welcome everyone, they mean everyone – and, both dogs and cats will get the VIP treatment all for free. Fido or fluffy will be greeted with a welcome sign in a lobby that has their name on it, while the room will be stocked with a pet bed, food and water bowls. There are plenty of treats in the lobby too, so you can spoil your furry best friend as much as you like. You can even bring your pet to the nightly happy hour, or let him remain in the comfort of your room without worry as door hangers will alert staff and other guests that you’re canine or feline is inside. The staff also offers a list of local pet-oriented spots nearby like pet-friendly restaurants, parks, pet boutiques and groomers.


Dossier Hotel

This luxury hotel offers lots of special perks to guests, including pillow menus, spiritual menus and an extra-luxe sleeping experience. And, as a pet-friendly hotel, it also offers treats, bowls and a pet bed along with a curated list of pet resources. It even has pet-focused books you can check out for free on everything from pet psychology to dog massage.

The Mark Spencer Hotel

The Mark Spencer hotel offers a long list of amenities to guests and their four-legged friends. You’ll get to enjoy the daily cheese and wine event as well as afternoon tea on coffee, and bring your pet too. The special pet package, $25 per day per pet, includes furniture pads, a water dish and a food bowl upon request. You can also get walking route information and all sorts of ideas on how to enjoy the city with your pet.

With an amenity package at check-in and a water dish already waiting in your room, this pet-friendly favorite does its best to make your best friend as comfortable as he would be at home. The hotel charges $25 per day, per pet, which includes furniture pads for your furry friends, walking route information and plenty of ideas on how to enjoy Portland with your pet.

photo credit: Hotel Monaco Portland

Hotel Monaco

Hotel Monaco is the only property in Portland that has its very own pet relations director, so you know Fido is going to like it. This downtown hotel provides complementary food and water bowls along with treats, spring water and eco-friendly cleanup bags. There are lots of extras you can choose from as well, like dog walking sessions, grooming or even a session with a pet psychic. If you aren’t traveling with your four-legged friend, the Monaco will let you have a free goldfish for company during your stay.

Hotel Lucia

Hotel Lucia offers a long list of amenities. Pet owners can enjoy luxurious digs that ensure a peaceful night’s sleep with rooms that include pillow-top mattresses and a pillow menu. The complimentary bicycles make it easy to head out and explore the city, while you dog will get his own comfy bed, bowls, toys and treats. You can even reward your canine friend by ordering from the special pet-designed in-room menu, and when you’re in need of grooming, veterinary care or other pet provider services, a list of recommendations is available.