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Planning a trip to Palm Springs and want to bring your furry friend along? I know animals can make it stressful to organize travel, but Palm Springs is one of the most accommodating destinations when it comes to pets.  Below I’ve outlined the best pet-friendly hotels in Palm Springs, categorized by budget and style, including their restrictions and costs per animal.

Budget Pet-Friendly Hotels:

Best Western Inn at Palm Springs

The Best Western Inn Palm Springs allows two pets up to 40 lbs for an additional $20 per night. Dogs and cats are permitted but they cannot be left in the room unattended. There are lots of pathways and parks near the hotel, as well as hikes and trails.

Caliente Tropics Resort

Caliente Tropics Resort allows two pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night. They allow both dogs and cats in all rooms except for the Tahitian Room, so make sure you call ahead and let them know you will be bringing animals. Caliente Tropics allow you to leave your pets in the room unattended for short periods of time. There is a large garden area on the property for pet use.

Trendy Pet-Friendly Hotels

Ace Hotel 

Super trendy, hipster style hotel in a great location with two pools, amazing on-site restaurants and bars.

The Ace charges $25 for the first pet, and $10 for any additional pet under 25 lbs. If you are bringing any animal other than a dog, you’ll need to call to give the hotel a heads up to make sure its alright.

Ace Hotel Sign Palm Springs

Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel

Brand new hotel in the heart of Palm Springs on one of the most popular streets, Palm Canyon Drive. There are tons of hikes in the mountains behind the hotel, and quiet neighborhood streets tucked behind as well. Great rooftop pool and close proximity to amazing Palm Springs restaurants.

Pet policy: If your pet can fit in the elevator, bring ’em, free of charge! The hotel staff has treats and pet beds available.

Avalon Hotel & Bungalows

A quirky, boutique hotel located on a beautiful, quiet street. Great on-site restaurant and pool. Very LGBTQ+ friendly.

Their pet policy is pricey but comes with all the fixings, so you don’t have to worry about packing for your pet. The $100 pet fee includes a Casper dog bed, food, water bowl and doggie treats. A portion of the pet fee is donated to the “Best Friends Nimal Society” whose mission is to eradicate homeless pets.

The Saguaro Palm Springs

The colorful, trendy hotel famous for its pool parties and on-site tacos and margaritas at El Jefe.

Pet policy: The Saguaro allows two dogs of any size for $50 per stay, not per night. Dogs are allowed to be left in rooms unattended, and there is a grassy areas on the side of the hotel.

Saguaro Hotel Palm Springs

Alcazar Palm Springs

This hotel is owned by F10 Creative, owners of some of the best restaurants in the city. They are one of the hospitality leaders in the desert, and the Alcazar is no exception. Great location, and attached to my favorite restaurant in Palm Springs, Birba.

Alcazar Palm Springs allows two pets up to 40 lbs. The charge is $50 per pet, per stay. Dogs and cats are allowed and may be left unattended in rooms. You will need to call the hotel ahead of time to make sure they have one of their pet-friendly rooms avaialble, as there are only 3. There is a park across the street from the hotel, and you can walk your dog anywhere on the hotel grounds.

Holiday House

Charming blue and white hotel with Palm Springs style decor and good vibes. I love this hotel.

Their pet fee is a little steep, $100 per pet, per stay. Dogs only.

Sparrows Lodge

Secluded adult-only lodge-style hotel with spacious rooms and outdoor pool. Very romantic and unique in Palm Springs.

Sparrows Lodge allows one dog up to 45 lbs for $100 per stay. All rooms are dog-friendly.

Colony Palms Hotel Palm Springs

Old Hollywood style boutique hotel in the Movie Colony district with a gorgeous pool and delicious onsite restaurant.

Pet policy: Colony Palms allows two dogs up to 40 lbs for $100 per stay. Dogs may be left unattended in rooms

Colony Palms Blood Orange Margaritas

The Parker Palm Springs

One of the most famous hotels in Palm Springs. Stunning decor, delicious restaurant, a popular spot among celebrities and LA weekenders.

Like everything at the Parker, the pet fee is expensive. $200 per pet per night 😐

Arrive Palm Springs

ARRIVE is just a good time all around, with ping pong tables, bocce, onsite restaurants, poolside cocktails and movie nights.

Well behaved dogs welcome, all other pets need to be approved. Give them a call for more info!

Arrive Palm Springs

V Palm Springs

A spacious hotel in Palm Springs with a great pool deck and casual atmosphere with free bicycles. Located in a great area.

V Palm Springs Hotel allows two pets up to 45 lbs for $100 per stay. Both dogs and cats are permitted. All pet-friendly rooms are on the ground floor, and you are unable to leave pets unattended in rooms.

Boutique Pet-Friendly hotels

The Rossi Hotel

Quiet, secluded hotel named one of the top new properties in the world by the Conde Nast Traveler hot list in 2018.

Pet policy: Your dog will recieve some yummy welcome treats upon arrival. The Rossi offers doggie beds and water and food bowls on loan. The pet fees are $45 per night for one pet, and $60 per night for two pets (two pet maximum).

Casa Cody

A charming airbnb style inn popular for weddings and full rent outs.

Pet policy: Two pets of any size for $25 per pet, per night. Pets can’t be left in rooms alone. Make sure to call ahead to ensure a pet-friendly room is available.

The Three Fifty Hotel

Super cute boutique hotel with a spa and restaurant onsite. All rooms in the hotel are poolside and pet-friendly.

$60, per pet per stay, per room. There is also a 20lb limit and a no puppy policy. Pets need to be at least two years old. You are only allowed one pet per room and they must be leashed at all times when coming and going to rooms. You are allowed to leave the pet unattended in the room, but it is required you contact the front desk and provide a contact number.

Fancy Pet-Friendly Hotels:

L’Horizon Resort & Spa

A stunning 5-star resort that screams luxury at every turn. You’ll feel like a celebrity your entire stay.

Pet policy: L’ Horizon Hotel allows dogs up to 30 kg for a fee of $150 per pet, per stay.

The Ritz Carlton, Rancho Mirage

One of the only other 5-star resorts, located on a mountain ridge overlooking the desert. Beautiful pool, amazing spa.

Pet policy: A $250 one time non-refundable pet cleaning fee per stay. Two pet maximum. Pets must be leashed or held in arms in all common areas of the resort. There are quite a few restrictions, including restaurants, bar, fitness, spa, and pool areas. This exclusion does not apply to guide or service animals.

Large Hotel Chains that are Pet-friendly:

Hilton Palm Springs

Great for families and pets and in the heart of the city near the convention center.

Pet policy: $75 nonrefundable fee. There is a 2 pet maximum with a max weight of 75 lbs. Animals cant be left unattended in rooms.

Hyatt Palm Springs

Another great family-friendly hotel in Palm Springs that offers child-minding and is in close proximity to popular attractions like the Art Museum and shops.

Pet policy: 2 pets, any size, $100 per pet, per stay. Dogs and cats allowed in second-floor rooms and may be left unattended if well behaved. For an extra $100, you can rent a bed and bowl. Pet treats available in the lobby.

The Westin Mission Hills & Golf Resort & Spa

A stunning golf resort in Rancho Mirage with an outdoor pool, bar and kids club.  Very central.

Pet policy: No additional fee for pets up to 40 lbs. Pets can’t be left unattended and no cats allowed.

La Quinta Resort & Club

Probably the ultimate hotel for your dogs. They offer a PAWS La Quinta Canine Experience. Here is a list of what that enTAILS… see what I did there?! I’ll show myself out and let their website explain:

  • In-room and resort amenities designed for your four-legged family members
  • More than 45 acres of open grounds plus casitas with private walled patios and yards
  • Our dog fee is only $100 per stay
  • Stainless steel food and water bowls
  • Placemat and dog-friendly door hanger
  • Oversized, plush dog bed
  • Acres of lawns & dog-friendly hiking/jogging trails
  • Resort map with marked doggie relief stations

La Quinta Resort Palm Springs

When researching this article, I was blown away at how many great hotels are pet-friendly in Palm Springs. You are not sacrificing a lesser hotel just because you want to bring your pet. Just be mindful what time of year you choose to visit. Palm Springs can get extremely hot in the summer, and I’d advise against visiting with pets during that time. I wrote an article all about the best time to visit, including my favorite months, fun events to plan around and average temperatures through the seasons.

Still hunting for the perfect hotel? Here are my favorite hotels in Downtown Palm Springs for couples, there are a few that overlap so you can get the best of both worlds!

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