10 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels for a Palm Springs Vacation with Your Furry Friend

If you like to travel with your pet, Palm Springs is a destination to put on the top of your travel list. The desert is welcomes furry friends with open arms-- especially dogs. Pooches are pampered at a number of local boutiques and spas, dine with their owners on the city's most iconic restaurant patios and are a regular sight on some of the city's local hiking trails. Dogs are also welcome at VillageFest, an outdoor night market held every Thursday in downtown Palm Springs.
As such a pet-friendly destination, many local Palm Springs hotels do much more than welcome your pet with open arms --they'll pamper your best friend, too. Hotels like the La Quinta Resort offer doggy massages, while properties like the Ace Hotel & Swim Club offer an onsite dog park. The staff at the Viceroy are also available to walk your dog or pet-sit when you need to leave your pet at the hotel. And at the Hyatt Regency Suites, your dog will enjoy wholesome, home-cooked meals through the hotel's Fresh Fetch program.
Here are the 10 best pet-friendly hotels in Palm Springs.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort Palm Springs


Located just outside Palm Springs in Cathedral City, the DoubleTree offers all the amenities expected in the desert, including championship golf, spa treatments and tennis courts. Families like staying there for the family-friendly pool area,...  Read More



The expansive Omni Rancho Las Palmas in Rancho Mirage is known for an impressive selection of onsite offerings. With golf courses, a water park, spa, dining and shopping, it's hard to find a reason to need this luxurious resort. This...  Read More



Originally built as a speakeasy and gambling hall for mobsters and gangsters, the Colony Palms is now one of the most historic properties in Palm Springs. Its underground entertainment area once hosted the likes of Al Capone, but the hotel now...  Read More

The Riviera Palm Springs, a Tribute Portfolio Resort


The Riviera is a resort that masterfully walks the line between retro and modern, offering trendy takes on the mid-century modern design for which Palm Springs is known. The result is a luxury hotel with a funky boutique vibe, a touch of glamour...  Read More



The Parker Palm Springs is one of the most iconic hotels in Palm Springs, known for its spectacular design, lush and sprawling grounds, and exquisite attention to detail. While the hotel is well known for taking care of its human guests, the...  Read More



Located in the heart of downtown, the Hyatt Regency Suites in Palm Springs is a comfortable desert hotel. The hotel is also a pet-friendly property, with no weight or breed restrictions for dogs staying at the hotel. The pet fee of $50 also...  Read More



Connected to the Palm Springs Convention Center, the recently renovated Renaissance Palm Springs is a popular hotel for people visiting Palm Springs for a meeting or convention. It's also the premiere hotel for the annual Palm Springs...  Read More



The ultra hip Ace Hotel and Swim Club is a popular getaway for music lovers and those who march to the beat of their own drum. While known for its weekly music and pool parties, the hotel is also one of the most pet-friendly properties in Palm...  Read More



Palm Springs isn't just a prime vacation destination for people who want to indulge in spa treatments and relaxation – dogs can get in on the relaxation, too. At the La Quinta Resort & Spa, the specially designed PAWS experience will whisk...  Read More

Avalon Hotel and Bungalows Palm Springs


The Avalon has made a name for itself on its Hollywood Regency style. A regular spot for celebrities, the Avalon offers bright rooms, a beautifully lit courtyard and pool area, and outdoor dining areas for guests to enjoy dinner under the stars....  Read More


Meet Marissa Willman

Marissa Willman moved to the Coachella Valley in 2001 and loves discovering the best that the desert has to offer. As a Palm Springs local, Marissa enjoys sharing her knowledge of this desert...  More About Marissa