Dog-Friendly Lodging: Pets Welcome Here
Tualatin Valley’s pet-friendly lodging options range from budget to boutique hotels.
Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge when deciding where to lie down the dog bed for the night. Yet options abound throughout Tualatin Valley when it comes to hotels that welcome your furry companions.
McMenamins Grand Lodge now allows pets in its newly-renovated rooms. The pet fee is $15 per pet, per night, and there is no limit on the number of pets, nor are there size or weight restrictions. The number of pet-friendly rooms is limited, so let them know that you’re bringing your four-legged friend when making the reservation. See McMenamins pet policy >>>
At the Aloft-Hillsboro Beaverton your canine companion will be pampered with its trademarked “Arf” program. Dogs up to 40 pounds will be given a complimentary special bed, bowl and a doggie bag of treats and toys to use during your stay.
The Orenco, a small, upscale boutique property in Hillsboro, offers a “Pampered Pet” package for small dogs. For $15 per night, well-behaved dogs will be treated to their own dog bed and a food and water bowl. See The Orenco’s pet policy >>>
Many designated pet-friendly rooms include a pet fee; be sure to inquire with individual hotels.
For campers who travel with their dogs, L.L. Stub Stewart State Park offers the trifecta of campsites: tent sites, RV areas and a pet-friendly rustic cabin. The park also boasts a fenced off-leash dog area.
Tualatin Valley boasts a number of pet-friendly lodging options. To find more hotels, explore these lodging options >>>