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Hotel Burnham Dillon ResizedKimpton is one of the most pet-friendly hotel brands by far, with each of their properties touting a robust list of pet-friendly perks that are typically tailored to the individual hotel, to its region, or to their very own four-legged pet concierge. All of their 50-plus boutique hotels nationwide welcome furry friends at no additional charge (nor are there restrictions on pet size or weight) and pamper pet guests with complimentary welcome treats, in-room bowls, beds, toys, and an endless supply of pooper-scooper bags.

What’s more, thanks to their fun “Guppy Love” program, most Kimpton hotels offer the company of a complimentary fish friend to guests who might be missing their pets at home (or who are just eager for some local companionship). In addition to Kimpton’s signature pet amenities, every hotel celebrates pet patrons in their own unique ways – read on for some of our favorite offerings of the pampering and spa-centric varieties.


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Hotel Burnham in Chicago is home to Dillon (pictured above), an irresistibly adorable 4-year-old bulldog that welcomes fellow furry friends and helps dole out pet-care packages to arriving pooches. Expect amenities like a pet bed made of hypoallergenic fleece for use during your stay (complete with a nightly turndown), and if your pooch is fashion forward, arrangements can be made for a nearby boutique pet-supply retailer to deliver top-of-the-line items to your room to ensure that your pet steps out in style.


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Set in a National Historic Landmark building, the Burnham exudes old-world elegance, updated with modern amenities and a contemporary sensibility. You and your pooch will enjoy luxe accommodations in one of the 122 stylish units, not to mention the architectural grandeur illustrated throughout the property with its vivid mosaic floors, red-marble walls, and filigreed elevator grills, all located right in the heart of Chicago’s famous Loop. Rates from $189/night; www.burnhamhotel.com.

53433 74 12Hotel Monaco in Portland, meanwhile, has a newly appointed in-house pet director: Timmy. The affable lab plays perfect pet host to this house of whimsy, complete with a pet psychic that visits the property once monthly during the evening wine hour, when guests are invited to enjoy complimentary vino at the wine bar while their pets receive a reading. Perhaps they”ll learn that they have some pooch pampering in their future: Prove the prediction right and consider an upgrade to the Portland Unleashed Pet Package (it’ll tack on an extra $100 to your room rate). A few of the additional treats include a $20 gift certificate for a local pet boutique; a trail-mix kit for humans and pets alike; an urban map of pet-friendly breweries and restaurants in the Portland area; and an Oregon microbrew for you and doggy beer for your pooch.

This anglo-chinois style boutique hotel is nearing its centennial, and it’s little wonder that its stood the test of time, thanks to its 122 well-appointed rooms and thoughtful extras like a Curator on Call program that sets guests up with private art tours of venues like the Portland Art Museum or the city’s noteworthy collection of art galleries (note an extra fee applies). Otherwise, enjoy the private art collection within the hotel, which celebrates local Pacific Northwest artists on each floor. Rates from $139/night; www.monaco-portland.com.

Over at The Muse Hotel in New York City, Ginger, a 3-pound, 6-year-old teacup Pomeranian is the in-house doggie diva and the Muse’s official pet director. With her fur-trimmed theatrics, Ginger is the appropriate pooch persona for this chic urban oasis, set just steps away from Broadway’s stage doors. Pet guests can expect an over-the-top amenity basket, complete with curated canine gifts carefully selected under Ginger’s tasteful eye. Be sure to sign up for a Hers and Furs Pet-icures ($60), a side-by-side pedicure/pet-icure for the ultimate bonding experience between you and your pet.

You, too, can take your luxury to a new level at this recently restored property by enjoying the daily hosted wine hour or Margarita Mondays, where margs flow freely during the regular wine hour. Or, simply slip upstairs into one of the 200 newly renovated guestrooms, where an in-house spa treatment can be arranged. The multimillion dollar redo is enough to make Ginger drool (although, she wouldn’t think of it). Rates from $405/night; www.themusehotel.com.

Hotel Palomar is an LA hotel through and through, with a pet-friendly, fashionable, art-infused style. On the furry front, the property can book almost any service for pet patrons, including acupuncture, doggie daycare, personal pet attendants, and more.  (They’re more than used to catering to LA’s celeb set who expect the very best for their pets.) For the four-legged foodie, executive chef Simon Dolinky (of adjacent BLVD 16 Restaurant) can even turn out special tasty treats just for pet guests.

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles’ 19-story building boasts 264 chic guestrooms and suites that are effortlessly sexy and ooze California comfortable. Rates from $220/night; www.hotelpalomar-lawestwood.com.

Finally, FireSky Resort & Spa in Scottsdale takes pet pampering to another level with its Bone Appétit Pet Package, primed for the super-sophisticated pooch in your party. You’ll be welcomed by a Cocker Spaniel named Bosco, your canine concierge and director of pet relations, who will ensure that your pup is met with Bosco’s Brew, a doggy beer (named in his honor); a proper dog-walker (two walks are provided daily); gourmet treats; a toy; a leash; use of a doggy bed and bowl; and other extras.

You’ll have no problem lapping up the luxury yourself, either, in one of this posh Scottsdale hotels’ 204 well-appointed rooms, which play beautifully on the four elements (fire, water, earth, and air). Common area highlights include the hotel lobby’s stunning stone fireplace and airy cathedral ceilings, the patio and lush garden courtyard, and the surreal sandy beach-fronted pool and Mediterranean-inspired lagoon. Finish off your visit in the 3,500-square-foot Jurlique spa. With all this pampering, you’re sure to be howling at the desert moon. Leave the barking to Bosco and his brood. Rates from $329/night; www.fireskyresort.com.

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