Introduce Fido to Denver at These Five Pet Friendly Hotels

Take in the beautiful Denver cityscape at these pet-friendly hotels (CC Flickr photo credit: Dag Peak)Has Fido been giving you sad, puppy dog eyes every time you pull out your suitcase for a weekend getaway?

 

If it breaks your heart, too, to have to leave him every time you leave for vacation, why not consider taking him along next time? 

 

You might not know it, but there are plenty of hotels around the country that allow you to bring pets -- because pets are part of the family, too!

 

Will you soon be in the market for cheap flights to Denver? If you're lucky enough to get your paws on them, be sure to bring your four-legged friend along too.

 

Here are some pet-friendly hotels in the Mile High City that you can book right here on OneTravel.com.

 

The Warwick Hotel Denver (1776 Grant Street, Denver, CO, US, 80203): The Warwick Hotel is a 4 star hotel in downtown Denver with business facilities and a recent renovation.  There are 219 rooms and each of those has a balcony.  Enjoy The Warwick with your furry friends (max 2 per room no more than 50 lbs.) at an additional fee of $50 per pet to cover cleaning.  The pet-friendly rooms are on the lower levels to assist in the owner's ability to take the pet outside when necessary.

 

The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa (321 17th St,Denver, 80202, CO, US): The Brown Palace is a historical building, constructed in 1892. It features 241 Victorian-styled rooms with access to a gym, spa and steam room.  Dogs are welcome at an extra charge, and also with a registration card and proof of rabies shot.  Hotel will provide bowl and bed for dog if requested.

 

Loews Denver Hotel (4150 East Mississippi Avenue, Glendale, CO, US, 80246): Loews is situated further from the city center and closer to the university.  It's decked with 4 stars of family-friendly comfort, 2 restaurants, health club and 183 rooms with either city or mountain views.  Loews offers a VIP (very important pet) service at this hotel -- offering everything from pet-sitting to high-class room service.  This hotels allows a maximum of two pets in each room.

 

Monaco Denver A Kimpton Hotel (1717 Champa Street, Denver, CO, US, 80202): Choose from 189 different rooms at the Hotel Monaco Denver, a luxury hotel in central Denver equipped with   Pets are welcome without size or type restrictions. For pet-sitting or walking services, contact the concierge, or walk two blocks to reach the Skyline Park.

 

Red Lion Hotel Denver Central (4040 Quebec St,Denver, 80216, CO, US): This 298 room facility in the Mile High City is located near the Quebec Shopping Center. Enjoy the gym and fitness center, or take part in the outdoor pool in the warmer months.  Pets are welcome with a non-refundable fee and a pet deposit, although service animals require no charge.

 

Know of any other pet friendly hotels in Denver that are not on this list?  Add them by leaving us a comment below.

 

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