Pet Hotels in Memphis: Bring That Pooch on Your Next Trip



Memphis is an animal-loving city, and even the most chic of hotels offer pets a place to curl up with their owners while on the road.

Traveling with your pet can become a truly enjoyable experience at any of the pet friendly hotels in Memphis. The city offers ample green spaces for exercising and exploring, from Tom Lee Park downtown to Shelby Farms in east Memphis; the new Overton Park Dog Bark – called Overton Bark --  is a fun destination for dogs that play well with others. On any given weekend, there may be a dog parade or dog-themed special event. At the end of the day, recoup together in a dog friendly room at the historic Peabody Hotel, which offers sumptuous digs for both owner and pet. There are plenty of moderately priced hotel options in Memphis for pet owners, including the Drury Inn & Suites Memphis Northeast.

As with many metropolitan areas, there are leash and clean-up laws in Memphis and Shelby County. Do be sure to have your own supply of pet waste bags, as many public parks do not yet have this essential piece of pet equipment. Dogs must be on leash at all times in the city, especially in public parks.


Econo Lodge Downtown Memphis

It's difficult to find a budget hotel in downtown Memphis, given the fact that many of the city's attractions are located downtown, which of course pushes the prices up. But the Econo Lodge is the exception, with its Third Street location (some...  Read More


La Quinta Primacy Parkway

The La Quinta on Primacy Parkway is located in a mostly commercial area, but fortunately offers plenty of green space and a wide road for walking the dog - or yourself. The hotel allows up to two pets of any size in each room, at no...  Read More


Located in an office park area in East Memphis, the Staybridge Suites accepts up to two dogs, 80 pounds or less, for $75.00 for stays of 1-6 nights or $150.00 for stays of 7 nights or longer. Most of the dog-friendly rooms are conveniently...  Read More


Drury Inn & Suites Memphis Northeast

The Drury Inn & Suites, located off I-40 in East Memphis, allows dogs of 80 pounds and under to stay with their owners, at no additional charge. On the hotel grounds, a small lawn offers an area for taking care of business (complete with a...  Read More


Extended Stay Deluxe Memphis-Wolfchase Galleria

For travelers who intended to stay in Memphis for more than a few days, the Extended Stay Deluxe-Memphis near the Wolfchase Galleria mall is an excellent option. The hotel accepts dogs up to 80 pounds, with a $25 per day pet fee that will...  Read More


The Residence Inn Memphis Downtown is centrally located within the downtown business district, and it's just an easy walk to Beale Street, AutoZone Park and the FedEx Forum. Those traveling with dogs are welcome to bring Fido along to The...  Read More


Homestead Studio Suites Memphis/Poplar

The Homestead Studio Suites, located on Poplar Avenue near Kirby Parkway in East Memphis, allows dogs up to 50 pounds to accompany guests who choose this extended-stay hotel. A pet fee of $25 / night - with a maximum fee of $150 maximum per...  Read More


The centrally-located Hilton sits on the edge between east Memphis and Germantown, and is ideal for those with meetings with financial companies in East Memphis. Business services include a business service center with meeting rooms,...  Read More


The Peabody Memphis
Photo courtesy of Peabody Hotel

The grande dame of Southern hotels, the historic Peabody is a treat for the senses; opulence abounds, a dynamite restaurant pleases the palate, and the famed ducks entertain both adults and children. The Peabody accepts dogs up to 75 pounds,...  Read More


If you're high-tech, high-style or simply high maintenance, then the Westin Beale Street offers sleek, luxurious surroundings and a just-off Beale Street location. The hotel allows dogs only, up to 40 pounds. Pet beds are available- call in...  Read More


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