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Published on December 7th, 2016 | by Crissandra Ayroso

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Pet Friendly Hotels in the Vancouver Area

In a follow up to our 8 tips for travelling with pets, Allison Wallace recently appeared on CTV with Ann Luu to talk about pet friendly hotels in Vancouver and the surrounding area. Here are our top 5 picks:

 

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Flight Centre’s Allison Wallace drops by CTV News Vancouver

 

 

Vancouver, BC

The Loden Hotel

The Loden Hotel pet friendly

Nothing but the best amenities for Marshmallow the French Bulldog at the Loden Hotel.

The perfect getaway in the heart of Vancouver, the Loden Hotel welcomes guests with modern amenities and the creature comforts of home. This pet-friendly boutique hotel extends a warm welcome to your pup with special amenities exclusively for your pet to enjoy. Located in downtown Vancouver, The Loden is steps from the seawall, Stanley Park, and near hikes and trails convenient for pup walks.

Pet fee: $45 per pet, per stay

Amenities: 

Luxurious plush pet bed

Food bowls

Homemade signature dog biscuits

Dog-walking map

Copy of Modern Dog magazine

Sanitary kit

Dog sitting services can be arranged at request (for an additional fee)

 

 

Whistler, BC

Delta Whistler Village Suites

puppy sleeping on a hotel bed

Truffles the pup hangs back for a nap in his favourite pet-friendly hotel.

At the base of Whistler Mountain and in the heart of the village, the Delta Whistler is the perfect cozy place to start and end your Whistler adventure. There isn’t a list of special amenities for your pets, but the Delta Whistler is pet-friendly.

Pet fee: $35 per pet

 

 

Harrison Hot Springs, BC

Harrison Lake Hotel

puppy dog and owner

Mabel and her owner share a moment on the dock.

In the heart of Harrison Lake village, the Harrison Lake Hotel is a relaxing escape near the mineral-rich natural hot spring pool. The hotel is near golf courses and outdoor water parks which are open in the summer months. While there are no particular pet amenities, the Harrison Lake Hotel is pet-friendly and have a limited number of pet-friendly rooms.

Pet fee: $25 per pet, per night

 

 

Victoria, BC

Oswego Hotel

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Licorice enjoys a leisurely stroll along the beach.

Near the harbour and downtown Victoria, the Oswego Hotel is a sophisticated and modern boutique getaway with deluxe amenities, like in-room spa services, French press coffee makers, and a special list of amenities just for your pets.

Pet fee: $15 per pet, per night

Amenities:

Beds for dogs of all sizes custom made by Jax & Bones

Pet food bowls

Locally made organic dog treats

Dog walking parks and trail location suggestions

Waste bags

 

 

Woodinville, WA

Willows Lodge

bulldog running in vineyard

Porridge rejoices for the Willow Lodges’ special doggie turndown service and nighttime doggie treats.

Just outside of Seattle, Willows Lodge is in the heart of wine country. Surrounded by natural beauty and breathtaking scenery, it’s the perfect place to stay to explore the peaceful countryside. The pet-friendly hotel offers your pets special amenities through the exclusive WVIP – Willows Very Important Pet program.

Pet fee: $50 per pet, per stay

Amenities:

Doggie room service menu

Dog walking maps

Bottled water

Doggie bed with turn down service including a night-time doggie biscuit

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For more information on travelling with pets and pet-friendly hotels, contact a Flight Centre Travel Expert by connecting with us online, calling 1-877-967-5302, or visiting your closest Flight Centre store.

 

 

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About the Author

Crissandra Ayroso

Crissandra Ayroso is a copywriter for Flight Centre. She loves road trips, beach weather, sampling local wine. She, like Helen Hunt in the 1996 disaster-rama (that’s short for drama) Twister, is a tornado chaser, in the travel sense. She chases moments, all revealing. Whether it’s ordering room service and eating in bed, finding the highest rooftop for the best views of the surroundings, feeling like a small dot in the middle of the ocean on a boat, or getting lost and stumbling upon hidden gems, no moment is too big or small to chase. Just like the category F5 that brought Helen Hunt back together with her estranged husband, respected TV weatherman, Bill Paxton.



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