The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Seattle, Washington

If you want to explore the University District with your pup, stay at the Graduate Seattle
If you want to explore the University District with your pup, stay at the Graduate Seattle | Courtesy of Graduate Seattle / Expedia
Julie Fanselow

Can’t bear to be apart from your furry friends on vacation? You needn’t lose sleep over finding a hotel in the Emerald City that’s ready to welcome your four-legged friend, with amenities such as cozy dog beds and walking services. Try one of these pet-friendly hotels in Seattle – bookable on Culture Trip.

Kimpton Palladian Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Hotel

A one-bed guest room with a whimsical pillow at the Kimpton Palladian Hotel
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Bring your furry pal to the Kimpton Palladian Hotel, where rooms feel a lot like home and the public areas are all about fun, with witty portraits in the lobby. Well-behaved pets sometimes show up at the nightly social hour. This pet-friendly hotel in Seattle is within walking distance of the waterfront and a small dog park; ask the concierge about pet-sitting and dog-walking services.

W Seattle


A two-bed guest room with a unique wood feature wall and city views at W Seattle
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You’re in the heart of Downtown Seattle at the W, with sweeping views that will captivate you and your pet. Rooms are large, so there’s plenty of space for bigger breeds, with a maximum of two pets per room. When it’s time for a walk, you can take a 15-minute stroll to Occidental Park in Pioneer Square. While it’s not off-leash, you’ll find some of the best people- and pet-watching opportunities in the city here.

Belltown Inn

Budget Hotel, Inn, Hotel

An outdoor balcony at the Belltown Inn with cushioned seating, tables and sweeping city views
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This budget- and pet-friendly hotel between Downtown and the Seattle Center is right across the street from a small off-leash dog park. The Belltown Inn welcomes up to two pets per room, including dogs up to 50lb (23kg). Nearby stores and restaurants make it easy to pop out for groceries or takeout food without leaving your buddy alone in the room for too long.

Graduate Seattle


A colorful sitting area in a suite with art deco stylings at the Graduate Seattle
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The University of Washington athletic teams are nicknamed the Huskies, but dogs of all kinds are welcome to stay at the Graduate Seattle. There’s a playful spirit here, with people congregating on the long plaid sofas in the lobby. If your pet snores, you’ll welcome the high-end loaner headphones. A 24-hour fitness center and rooftop earn top marks, too.

Inn at the Market

Boutique Hotel, Inn

The rooftop terrace with cushioned seating, a firepit and Elliott Bay views at the Inn at the Market
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While pets are not permitted at Pike Place Market, this pet-friendly boutique hotel across the street welcomes them, and the nearby Seattle waterfront offers plenty of places to stroll with your pup. If your very good boy (or girl) behaves, stop for a suitable reward at Mud Bay, the big pet store on 1st Avenue.

Hotel Theodore


A cozy one-bed guest room with a blue-and-tan padded headboard at Hotel Theodore
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There’s no need to pack all of your gear for a visit to Seattle since Hotel Theodore will provide a bed, a bowl, a toy and a treat for your furry family member. Ask for directions to Plymouth Pillars Park, which offers a small off-leash area and a view of Seattle that few visitors ever see. The park is just a short stroll away, whether you have two legs or four.

The State Hotel


The art deco stone exterior of the State Hotel
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The State Hotel welcomes up to two dogs per room, and its Urban Pooch package includes a bag of treats and tips for exploring with your dog. You’ll want to start with the hotel itself; it’s worth riding the elevator to every floor to see the coolest collection of wallpaper in Seattle. Pike Place Market is at the hotel’s doorstep, though only service animals are allowed there.

Willows Lodge

Hotel, Lodge

An indoor-outdoor dining area at Willows Lodge backed by lush gardens
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There’s lots of room to romp at Willows Lodge, including dog-walking paths amid the beautifully landscaped gardens of this Washington wine-country resort. Curl up in front of the gas fireplace in your room or sit on the private patio. While the high-end restaurants at Willows Lodge aren’t the best bet for pets, plenty of other nearby spots will welcome them.

Palihotel Seattle


A charming guest room with green walls, a floral headboard and a Smeg mini-fridge at Palihotel Seattle
Courtesy of Palihotel Seattle / Expedia

For the discriminating dog and accommodating owner, the Pawsociety package at this pet-friendly hotel in Seattle includes a luxe pet bed, toys, ceramic dishes and organic treats from local pet supply purveyor Mud Bay. Room styles range from bunk beds to deluxe kings. When it’s time for a walk, make tracks to the Seattle waterfront or the off-leash area at Denny Park.

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