Residence Inn Portland Downtown/Pearl District

You’d be hard-pressed to find a hotel that’s more Portland than . The downtown hotel is nestled inside a historic landmark building and shares space with Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Pepe Le Moko, Clyde Common, and more. The hotel features locally made furniture, local art, and custom bikes and record players up for grabs. But the best part? They’re dog-friendly, and your pooch will love exploring downtown Portland with you.

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Stay at this historic landmark-turned-trendy hotel and be within walking distance to the city’s most popular attractions. Southwest Portland’s is just steps away from Pioneer Square, Powell’s Bookstore, Old Town Chinatown, and more. Your furry friends will love it, too. Pets get their own Tempur-Pedic pet bed, a travel dog care package, and a Portland pet-friendly guide.

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Visit their website for more information and to reserve a Portland dog-friendly hotel room: Make your expansive room at Hyatt Place Portland Airport even more like a home by bringing your furry companion. Your pet can stay with you in one of our pet-friendly rooms for an additional charge of just $75 for up to six nights. If you and your pet will be with us for 7 nights or more, there is the $75 plus a $100 cleaning fee. This fee includes tax and isn't based on a mess or damage (all pets staying at Hyatt Place must be housebroken), but simply the amount of cleaning it takes to bring this room back to Hyatt place standards when it comes to fur removal, steam cleaning carpets, and ensuring nothing is left in the carpet or furnishings. Guests planning a stay longer than 30 days should contact us to discuss arrangements in detail. We are happy to accommodate you and your pet and look forward to welcoming you soon. We welcome dogs weighing less than 50 lbs. Up to 2 dogs can join you in our dog-friendly hotel as long as their combined weight is no more than 75 lbs. Your furry little friend will love our spacious and modern accommodations and you will feel just like home with your pet at your side.

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Portland, Oregon, consistently ranks among America's most dog-friendly cities. In honor of our four-legged friends, here's our roundup of three Portland hotels where Fido is more than welcome.

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Providing travelers with a chic home away from home, Portland’s pet-friendly Hotel Lucia welcomes all guests and VIP’s (Very Important Pets) with A-List offerings for four-legged travelers that are sure to get tails wagging.When travelers check into Hotel Lucia with a furry family member in tow, they will find their room equipped with an eco-friendly pet bed made from recycled materials by , bowls for food and water and receive a pet welcome amenity that includes a toy, tasty treats and a comprehensive list of pampered pet resources that range from practical- groomers, dog walkers and veterinarians- to over-the-top indulgent- pet acupuncture, psychics and more.Books that cover everything from the laying-on-of-hands (the dos and don’ts of dog massage) to holistic care, pet psychology and good old fashioned nature worship (the best area hikes for dogs) can be borrowed from the hotel’s pet spiritual menu.For top quality nosh, Hotel Lucia’s pet room service menus features individually packaged recipes of 100% human grade pet food produced by , makers of minimally-processed, dehydrated pet food prepared using whole foods and natural, taste-tested ingredients.To keep pets safe, guests of Hotel Lucia will find a take home custom-made dog tag that provides the name and phone number of the hotel for pets to wear throughout their stay. Guestrooms are equipped with a VIP door hanger that alert hotel staff when a pet is in the room, should travelers need to leave their pet unaccompanied during their stay.Orenco LoftsBooking a pet friendly hotel in Portland can also save you some money. By bringing your fur ball, you won’t have to dish out money for expensive dog boarding or pet sitters. However, keep in mind that some hotel chains charge a fee for pets and may have restrictions on breeds and weight so it is important to always read the fine print.