10 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Albuquerque come with extras for your pooch



Traveling with a pet can be as demanding as traveling with a small child.  Your desire to make your pet's trip as comfortable and stress-free as possible becomes priority.  Let these Albuquerque, NM hotels take some of the worry away.  Offering everything from doggie treats, bowls and beds, to sitter services and recommendations for local dog parks, these hotels know how to care for your furry family member.

Some charge no fee at all (the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown) while others charge as little as $15 per pet (Barcelona Suites).  Most ask that you keep your dog on a leash in the lobby but some even offer lots of belly rubs to their four-legged guests (Brittania and W.E. Mauger Estate B & B in Old Town).

One perk to some of these hotels is that a park is located in close proximity, within walking distance.  If looking for more fellow friends, Albuquerque is home to 13 dog parks throughout the city.  Water is available at some of these.

Most of the pet-friendly hotels in Albuquerque have outdoor courtyards or grassy lawns to please your pooch.  The Mauger Estate in Old Town even has one room with a doggie door, opening out onto a fenced-in yard - what a convenience!

Wherever you choose to stay, you'll find Albuquerque to be a pet-friendly city, with many outdoor activities for you to enjoy.

 

 


For the ultimate in southwestern luxury, get away from the city and experience the Hyatt Regency Tamaya, tucked in close to the Rio Grande River and only 15 miles north of Albuquerque. Located on the Santa Ana Pueblo, you will immediately feel...  Read More


The beautifully appointed Barcelona Suites of Albuquerque is the best choice if wanting to stay near EXPO NM (faigrounds) for the many events there. It is also located just south of the three malls in the Uptown area. The large two room...  Read More


Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Albuquerque
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In close proximity to the airport, the university area and the large sporting arenas is the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham hotel in Albuquerque. The hotel does accept pets here, charging a $25 per pet per day. This large property provides plenty...  Read More


A little farther north from downtown, located next to I-25, is the Nativo Lodge, with its southwestern allure. The moment you walk in the lobby, you're greeted with wonderful and whimsical New Mexican decor and art. The hotel accepts dogs up...  Read More


Best Western InnSuites Hotel Albuquerque Airport
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The Best Western InnSuites Hotel Albuquerque Airport is within walking distance to the main terminal and offers a free shuttle. How nice to get off the plane and get quickly situated with your four legged companion here. The hotel does charge...  Read More


Located just minutes from the airport (complimentary shuttle provided) and near I-25, you'll find the perfect home away from home for you and your pet at the ClubHouse Inn & Suites. The hotel, with its 136 newly renovated oversized rooms and...  Read More


Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown


The Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown is conveniently located in the central part of the city, within walking distance to three malls, one being the outdoor pedestrian-friendly ABQ Uptown mall. Pet owners will also love the nice park with great...  Read More


Brittania & W.E. Mauger Estate B&B

Looking for the charm of a bed and breakfast that accepts pets? Right next to the historic Old Town is the Brittania & W.E. Mauger Estate B & B, touted as one of New Mexico's grand old homes. This Queen Anne style, listed on the...  Read More


Hotel Parq Central
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Originally a 1920's railroad hospital, the newly refurbished luxurious Hotel Parq Central is close to the airport, downtown, restaurants and entertainment. For pet owners, a plus is that there is a beautiful park right next door. The hotel...  Read More


Newly opened in 2009 under its new name, the Hotel Andaluz has quite a history, dating back to its beginnings in 1939, when it was the first hotel New Mexico native Conrad Hilton built. Now, determined to be "green" and with more modern...  Read More


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Meet Jennifer Boren

A native of Oklahoma, by way of New Mexico and now Utah, Jennifer Boren makes her home in Salt Lake City.  A total lover of Park City, she spends many weekends there, especially in the...  More About Jennifer

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