Hotels in Denver That Welcome Your Four-Footed Friends, Too

Sometimes you just don't want to leave your pets at home. Fortunately, if you're heading to Denver, that's not a problem. Not just because Denver has a multitude of parks and pleasant paths to walk, but also because many of the city's hotels are pet-friendly. Some even offer humans and their pets packages and a slew of amenities. Few hotels are more dog-friendly than Hotel Monaco Denver - a Kimpton Hotel, where there are no restrictions on size or weight and no charges for traveling pets. Both the Monaco and the Warwick Denver Hotel offer pet packages during some months of the year so be sure to ask as others might, too. At The Curtis-A DoubleTree by Hilton, staff will take a picture of your pooch and post it on the lobby board for all to see, and your pampered pet may hobnob with celebrity pups at The Westin Denver Downtown. Both The Crawford Hotel and Oxford Hotel Denver give pets a stylish place to stay in Denver's trendy LoDo neighborhood, while pets who like to walk in the city's upscale Cherry Creek neighborhood are warmly welcomed at the JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek. Pet owners who are taking their pets on an airplane adventure can check into Woolley's Classic Suites out at the airport the evening before the flight, where pets up to 40 pounds, parking and breakfast are all complimentary. Just be sure to always let your hotel know in advance that you're bringing your best friend with you. 



Woolley's Classic Suites takes airport hotel stays to a new level. To start, the 187 guest rooms average 525-580 square feet. Four executive suites average 1,100 square feet. Each guest room also includes a refrigerator and microwave, perfect...  Read More



"As a proud pet friendly hotel, Warwick Denver Hotel strives to make sure guests' furry companions enjoy their vacations just as much as their owners," says management. Amenities for pets include a cozy bed and food and water bowls during their...  Read More



Located on the lively 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is a haven for those who prefer to travel with their pets. There's no charge for dogs up to 40 pounds and nearby Civic Center Park offers the perfect spot for...  Read More



In the heart of Denver's fashionable Cherry Creek district, the stylish and sophisticated JW beautifully emulates its surroundings. Not surprising, the hotel offers its canine guests fashionable, stylish dog beds (purchased in 2015) for the...  Read More



Cozy and romantic, the Oxford Hotel Denver is one of the city's true gems, and it's pet-friendly. Like The Crawford, its sister property across the street, the Oxford welcomes dogs up to 60 pounds, with a maximum of two per room. The pet charge...  Read More

The Crawford Hotel
Photo courtesy of Crawford Hotel


Opened in July 2014, The Crawford is one of Denver's newest hotels and it's pet-friendly, too. Dog up to 60 pounds are welcome, with a max of two dogs to a guest's room. The charge is $50 per night. The Crawford is ingeniously integrated into...  Read More

Grand Hyatt Denver
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The AAA Four Diamond Grand Hyatt Denver welcomes dogs up to 50 pounds to the property with a pet bed, bowl, treats and a door hanger announcing a pet's presence in the room. The fee is $100 per room per stay. "We find traveling with pets to be a...  Read More



There's no charge at The Westin Denver Downtown for dogs up to 50 pounds, and amenities include a comfy bed and dog bowls in the room during your stay. If the hotel knows of your dog's arrival in advance, they'll also provide a dog-safe...  Read More



Ask your pooch to pose nicely when you two check into The Curtis. The staff will take a photo of your furry companion and post it on the K-9 Club board in the lobby, including name so everyone can greet him or her properly. Humans may have up to...  Read More



There's no hotel brand more pet friendly than Kimpton, and Hotel Monaco embraces that value enthusiastically with no restriction on number of pets or on size, weight or breed of dog. Best of all, there's no extra charge, either. Just register...  Read More


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