The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels to Book in Park City, Utah

Bring all the pups on your five-star stay at the St. Regis Deer Valley
Bring all the pups on your five-star stay at the St. Regis Deer Valley | Courtesy of the St. Regis Deer Valley / Booking.com
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20 December 2021
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Park City? More like Bark City. This Utah skiing hotspot that sits next to the craggy Wasatch mountain range is a dream destination for dog lovers and other pet owners – with lodgings here putting as much care and attention into welcoming four-legged friends as they do their owners. From organic doggy treats and comfy beds to grassy areas with plenty of trees to sniff, here are the best pet-friendly hotels in Park City – bookable on Culture Trip.

Park City Peaks Hotel, for a home away from home for Fido

Park City Peaks Hotel bar area with industrial style stools and wooden flooring
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Snow-covered mountains meet mid-century design at this Park City hotel that has an at-home feel your furry friends will appreciate. You can bring along two pets of any size for an additional $25 (£19) per pet per night, and well-behaved pooches may be left unattended. Four-legged guests – who are not permitted in the courtyard – can use any other grassy area and will receive treats, food and water bowls and a mat upon check-in.

Montage Deer Valley, for a weekend getaway with your furry friends

Montage Deer Valley luxurious suite with leather sofa, wooden dining table and sweeping views
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If you are willing to pay an additional $100 (£75), Fido can join you at this pet-friendly hotel in Park City. Great Dane owners rejoice – dogs of any size are allowed here and receive a toy, all-natural, gluten-free jerky and organic dog treats when they arrive. Human guests also dine well at Burgers & Bourbon – which serves up classic American dishes including gourmet burgers, fresh-cut fries, hand-spun shakes and craft spirits.

Waldorf Astoria Park City, for creature comforts

Light brown leather armchairs sit across a grey sofa in front of a black fireplace at the Waldorf Astoria Park City
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The Waldorf Astoria likes to boast it is fluent in “woof”, and you can’t fault the hotel’s tail-wagging efforts. Before pooches arrive, bowls and doggy beds are set up to make sure pets are every bit as comfortable as their owners. Conveniently, Willow Creek Dog Park – which has a designated off-leash area for canines as well as a dog-friendly pond – is right across the street.

Hyatt Place Park City, for a reliable stay

Snow-covered exterior of lodging at Hyatt Place Park City with a backdrop of ski slopes
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Know how much your dogs weigh? You better. The Hyatt Place Park City allows two dogs with a combined weight of up to 75lbs (34kg) for an additional fee of $75 (£57) – for stays of one to six nights – and $175 (£132) for stays of seven to 30 nights. If you want to spend some time away from your pooch, though, make sure they are well-behaved – only good boys and girls may be left unattended in rooms. For exercise, there’s a grassy pet relief area at the hotel.

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Park City, an IHG Hotel, for time spent with your kitty kat

Modern room with two beds and avocado-green feature wall at Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Park City
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It’s a sad fact that cats are often left out in the cold when it comes to hotel accommodation. Not so at the Holiday Inn Express, where two pets of any size – including kitties – can stay over for an additional fee of $50 (£38) per night. There is a lovely grassy expanse at this lodge-like modern hotel so your pets can stretch their legs.

The St. Regis Deer Valley, for a nature retreat with your pet

Luxurious living room with leather couch, stone fireplace and mountain views at the St. Regis Deer Valley, Utah
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There are plenty of trees to sniff at this mountainside resort hotel as well as ski-in, ski-out access via St. Regis Deer Valley’s own funicular. Three dogs weighing up to 80lbs (36kg) can stay with you at $150 (£113) per stay. While pooches can be left unattended in rooms, housekeeping won’t go inside while they are there. Beds and bowls are provided, and there’s a grassy expanse with a pet station at the hotel.

Best Western Plus Landmark Inn, for a real treat for your furry pal

Multi-level lounge space with windows onto pool area at Best Western Plus Landmark Inn near Park City, Utah
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Two pets of up to 80lbs (36kg) are welcome at the Best Western for only $20 (£15) per pet per night, plus a $200 (£150) refundable deposit. Leave the pooches at home if you want to stay in one of the lovely poolside rooms – sadly, they are not pet-friendly. Refreshingly, the hotel is open to other critters like cats and birds, although they may not be left in the room unattended. Your pet-friendly stay starts the moment you walk in, with treats at the front desk.

Sheraton Park City, for a game of fetch in the courtyard

Presidential suite living room with L-shaped couch, separate dining area, upscale fixtures and balcony at Sheraton Park City
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If you don’t mind sticking to a standard room, the Sheraton Park City welcomes pets up to 45lbs (20kg) for an additional fee of $50 (£38) per stay. Both dogs and cats are welcome and, if they are well-behaved, may be left in the room unattended. The hotel will provide you with cuddly beds – while the courtyard is a nice spot to play some fetch.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – the Yarrow, for tasty treats for you and your pet

Lobby area with high ceilings, leather and wood accents and green carpet at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – the Yarrow
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Keep your pooch off the treats before traveling to the DoubleTree – Fido has to be 50lbs (23kg) or less to stay over at a fee of $50 (£38). Owners can enjoy fresh mountain cuisine at the 1800 Park restaurant – before moving on to the Vertical Lounge with its sweeping views of the Wasatch Mountains and cocktails that are to die for, including the Vertical Margarita and Pink Flamingo.

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