The lifestyle magazine for Oklahoma City dog lovers.
Oftentimes, our out-of-town houseguests don’t want to travel and leave their four-legged family members behind – and we don’t blame them! Choosing the right dog-friendly hotel can be overwhelming in a city that has almost 150 dog-friendly options. How do you choose? What suggestions do you make? We’re here to help! We’ve narrowed the list down to our favorite dog-friendly hotels within the Oklahoma City metro. Many of these are within walking distance of great bars, restaurants, and local attractions.
Aloft is one of the more dog-friendly hotels in the metro. They encourage guests to bring their furry friend, and their dog-friendly program provides toys, treats, and an Aloft dog bed and bowl to be used -- all complimentary during your stay. There is no fee for your dog to stay unless there are damages. If the dog weighs more than 40 pounds, contact the hotel directly to discuss a waiver. With its location close to close to Midtown, Bricktown, and downtown, Aloft is the perfect dog-friendly place to stay.
SHERATON HOTEL DOWNTOWN
When it comes to traveling with your pup, Sheraton has all the essentials you'll need, including: a Sweet Sleeper dog bed, food and water bowls with floor mat, a pet napping door hanger and dog treats. Sheraton welcomes two dogs, of any size, per guest room for no additional fee.
Ambassador Hotel welcomes dogs, 35 pounds or less, with a $50 non-refundable fee per stay. The hotel provides bowls and beds upon request and availability. The Ambassador Hotel offers dog-friendly outdoor dining at its onsite restaurant, Viceroy Grille. Boasting one of the best views of the downtown Oklahoma City area, the O Bar at Ambassador Hotel is the perfect place for signature cocktails and an upscale bar experience. This hotel is located in Midtown and is another great option that is close to lots of restaurants and bars.
LA QUINTA INN & SUITES
Every La Quinta Inn & Suites is dog friendly, which we love. This hotel chain welcomes two dogs, of any size, for no additional fee. The hotel does request you not leave your dog unattended in guest rooms.
The Skirvin Hilton is one of the city’s most unique and historic hotels. The Skirvin allows two dogs, under 75 pounds, for an additional non-refundable $50 per stay. They often offer a Pampered Pooch Package, so ask about it at booking.
Springhill Suites by Marriott welcomes two dogs, of any size, per guest room for an additional $50 per stay. All rooms are dog friendly.
Colcord Hotel welcomes two dogs, 50 pounds or less, for an additional $50 per room, per night (not to exceed $300). Colcord is within walking distance to unique local restaurants, such as Vast and Flint.