The Most Pet-Friendly Hotels in Atlanta

Dogs are most welcome at Loews Atlanta Hotel in the capital of Georgia
Dogs are most welcome at Loews Atlanta Hotel in the capital of Georgia | Courtesy of Loews Atlanta Hotel / Expedia.com
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1 February 2021
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There’s no need to leave your cat or dog at home when you visit Atlanta, you just need to check into one of these pet-friendly hotels. The capital of Georgia is known for its restaurants, bars and historic theaters, such as Fox Theatre, and some of these places to stay are attractions in their own right – like the B&B with its own goat farm.

Many of these hotels are close to Atlanta’s parks for walking your dogs and your pet will feel right at home with treats, toys and even their own gourmet room service menu, depending on where you stay.

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center

3.9/5 (2717 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $179 per night
Two pets are welcome at the luxury Omni Atlanta Hotel in the heart of Downtown Atlanta. You’ll be greeted with pet treats at reception and Centennial Park is right across the street for walks. There’s a weight limit of 25lb (11kg) per pet and a cleaning fee of $125, but your companion can be left in the room while you explore. Suites have views of the downtown skyline and CNN Center, plus there’s a sundeck with a hot tub.
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Ellis Hotel, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel

4.1/5 (970 Reviews)
A bag reading "I Heart My Dog" on a white hotel double bed with an Ellis-branded pillow
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Price Drop
Now from $132 per night
You’ll be spoilt for dog-walking choices staying at the Ellis Hotel, with Woodruff, Centennial and Piedmont Parks all close by. There’s a limit of one dog weighing under 40lb (18kg) per room for a $20 fee, one of the cheapest in Atlanta, and your pet will be showered with amenities, including bowls and treats. The boutique hotel is decked out in earthy Georgia tones with rooms boasting stone showers.
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Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown

4.1/5 (942 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $168 per night
You don’t get much more pet-friendly than Hotel Indigo, which has its own live-in dog, Indie, doggy yoga classes and a pet patio area. Cats and dogs can be left unattended for short periods of time for a $75 fee. The hotel’s decor is inspired by the historic Fox Theatre that lies across the street, with glittery sofas and show-poster wall murals. Head to the hotel’s popular 683 bar and bistro for a pre-show dinner and drinks.
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Loews Atlanta

4.3/5 (968 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $267 per night
Loews was the first US hotel chain to launch a dedicated pet program, which means a gourmet pet room service menu, toys, bedding, bowls and lots of treats. You’ll also be given a dog-walking map that features neighbouring Piedmont Park’s off-leash zone. There’s a limit of two pets per room plus a $75 cleaning fee, but crated animals can be left alone. Loews Atlanta prides itself on hospitality for humans too, with a chauffeur service, luxury suites and a spa.
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  • Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

    4.7/5 (719 Reviews)
    A hotel room with a couch, TV and a table with chairs
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    Price Drop
    Now from $489 per night
    The art deco Four Seasons, loved for its Central Atlanta location and large saltwater pool, welcomes pets with their own bowls and a home-made biscuit on check-in. Their policy permits two cats or dogs weighing up to 35lb (16kg) for $100 and, though they can’t be left unattended, the hotel is near Piedmont Park for walks. The classy suites have wall-to-wall windows that showcase city views, plus soaking tubs and soft velvet furnishings.
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    Artmore Hotel

    4/5 (980 Reviews)
    A hotel courtyard with couches surrounding a fountain
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    Price Drop
    Now from $166 per night
    If you fancy staying at a restored Atlanta landmark with a distinctive Spanish façade, the Artmore Hotel is for you. Standout features include a sculptural reception wall and courtyard, with a fountain and a fire feature. Loft-style suites are ideal for pet stays, with lounge areas and kitchens. The hotel allows one pet weighing up to 75lb (34kg) to stay for a $75 per night fee. The Barkmore Package includes a bowl, doggie pillow, treats and chew toy.
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    The Social Goat Bed and Breakfast

    4.9/5 (185 Reviews)
    A twin bedroom in a bed and breakfast
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    Unavailable for the next 3 months
    The Social Goat is the only hotel in Atlanta with its own small farm complete with, you guessed it, goats. This family-run B&B, built in 1900 and once a working farm, is set in a grand house. Today, it has almost an acre of land with a miniature barnyard which is home to birds and cats as well as goats. There are three pet-friendly rooms – the one-bed Carriage House, two-bed Hog Heaven apartment and Rooster Cottage, all of which are available for $25 per pet, per stay
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    W Atlanta Midtown

    4.1/5 (398 Reviews)
    A hotel room with a dining table and a living room with a fireplace
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    Unavailable for the next 3 months
    In midtown near Piedmont Park, this hotel has its own rooftop pool deck, spa and farm-to-table restaurant, TRACE. The pet policy at W Atlanta Midtown allows for one pet weighing up to 40lb (18kg) to stay for a $100 fee and an extra $25 per night. Well-behaved pets can be left in rooms alone so you can enjoy the hotel perks and Atlanta sights, plus you’ll be given pet treats, a bed and bowls.
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    Hotel Clermont

    4.6/5 (424 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $129 per night
    Come to Hotel Clermont for its up-market location on Ponce de Leon Avenue and popular rooftop skyline bar. Take in the views over the city while you snack from the street food cart and enjoy summer wine slushies. As well as calming green-hued rooms, the Clermont’s two suites, Ruby and Flossie, have generous living spaces which are ideal for pet visits. Friendly dogs are welcome at the hotel for a $50 charge per pet, per stay.
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