The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Portland, Oregon

There’s no doubt Oregon’s largest city is welcoming to dogs, including the quirky Tiny Digs Hotel
There’s no doubt Oregon’s largest city is welcoming to dogs, including the quirky Tiny Digs Hotel | Courtesy of Tiny Digs Hotel / Expedia
Annie Burdick

With residents famed for their outdoor lifestyle, Oregon’s largest city is welcoming to all kinds of pets. These dog-friendly hotels in Portland will gladly greet you and your four-legged friend – bookable on Culture Trip.

Consistently ranked one of the greenest cities in the country, Portland is a haven for those who love to get outside – and those who have pets. With its miles of walking and biking trails, seemingly endless riverfront and easy access to hikes and mountain trails, this city is a great retreat for travelers with creatures in tow. And you’ll be welcome wherever you go: Portland’s pet-friendly hotels leave nothing to be desired. Here’s our pick of the best.

1. Mark Spencer Hotel

Boutique Hotel

Vintage-inspired guest room in soft yellows and grays at Mark Spencer Hotel
Courtesy of Mark Spencer Hotel / Expedia

This effortlessly chic, upscale pet-friendly hotel in the heart of the city offers more than just classy rooms and easy access to Portland’s shopping and dining highlights. Human guests will be impressed by the local in the guest rooms and subtle luxuries like fog-free bathroom mirrors. Meanwhile, their furry friends will be greeted with the welcome kit, complete with special treats and a collapsible water bowl.

2. Hilton Portland Downtown

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Twin room at Hilton Portland Downtown features city views and a flatscreen TV
Courtesy of Hilton Portland Downtown / Expedia

The Hilton’s downtown location means you’re steps from Portland’s rightly praised dining scene and parks, and there are sweeping city views from every guest room window (with a glimpse of the river or mountains if you’re lucky). But the star of the show here is the hotel’s bar and restaurant, HopCity Tavern, led by chef Marissa Burback. Unwind at the gently lit, marble-topped bar while expert mixologists serve up elegant craft cocktails and plates of Pacific Northwest-inspired delicacies. All dogs are welcome for a fee.

3. Hotel Rose

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Double room at Staypineapple, Hotel Rose features modern design and a work desk in Downtown Portland
Courtesy of Staypineapple Hotel Rose / Expedia

At this classy downtown pet-friendly hotel in Portland, attentive guest service will be the highlight of your stay. Need a restaurant recommendation tailored to your dietary needs or daily whims? Just ask the team. In the mood for more specialty coffees to be brought to your room, a plush robe to lounge in, or a late-night snack? They’ll be right there. For your furry companion, book the Pineapple Pup Package to spoil them with a room prepared with treats, a dog bowl and a fluffy pet bed.

4. AC Hotel by Marriott Portland Downtown

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Double room at AC Hotel by Marriott Portland Downtown features minimalist design and under lighting
Courtesy of AC Hotel by Marriott Portland Downtown / Expedia

Slip into the stylish atmosphere at this upscale downtown getaway. A rock-encrusted hole in the wall of the lobby lets you order from the on-site coffeeshop, while the AC Lounge beckons with its endless thick, white marble bar to enjoy a drink or two. At the end of the night, sink into the “floating” bed, with up to two dogs by your side for a nightly fee.

5. Tiny Digs Hotel

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Mezzanine room at Tiny Digs Hotel features wooden and rattan design with a downstairs bathroom
Courtesy of Tiny Digs Hotel / Expedia

This ultra-unique hotel is more an experience than simply a hotel. For anyone curious about tiny home living, this hotel is a must stay. A collection of eight individually themed tiny homes (two of which are pet-friendly) are all gathered together around a central space. Tiny Digs lets you enjoy the comforts of your own unit, or socialize with other guests in the beautifully lit shared outdoor seating and fire pits.

6. The Duniway Portland

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The front entrance to the Duniway Portland A Hilton Hotel has glamorous details and an American flag
Courtesy of the Duniway Portland, A Hilton Hotel / Expedia

Offering a boutique, luxury experience, you’ll be instantly impressed by the Duniway’s tasteful lobby space, sparkling clean indoor pool and pet-friendly atmosphere. But the bar, filled with leather chairs you’ll sink right into and a vintage speakeasy atmosphere, might be able to top it. Dogs big or small can accompany you on your stay here.

7. The Lakeshore Inn

Inn

The outdoor pool area at Lakeshore Inn has deckchairs, side tables and stunning lake views
Courtesy of Lakeshore Inn / Expedia

With its stunning water views and private decks, the Lakeshore Inn is a little further from the city center, benefitting from a lakeshore setting in upscale Lake Oswego. While pups can’t use the seasonal heated pool, they are welcome in most rooms. The small fee gets them bonuses they’ll love – treats included. And best of all, this hotel’s setting makes it pet-perfect for outdoor adventures.

For something more adventurous, discover our guide to the best places to go camping in Portland and book now on Culture Trip.

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