The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels In Orlando
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- Oct 24, 2019
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If you’re headed to Orlando, it’s likely for one of two reasons: You’re hitting the world’s most famous theme parks or you’re attending a business convention. Either way, you can expect a serious helping of hotels in this hospitality capital, but only a few dozen are pet-friendly. Whether you’re coming for work, pleasure or both, this list of the best pet-friendly hotels in Orlando will keep you and your furry friends the happiest.
Loews Portofino Bay Hotel
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Venus and Apollo enjoying a taste of Italy at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel
If any city outside of Las Vegas is best-known for mimicking other famous locations, it’s Orlando, and the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando has Italy covered. Designed to replicate the picturesque seaside town of Portofino, a stay at this property includes a pass to skip lines at popular park attractions. For $100 per stay, bring along up to two cats and/or dogs. Treats and bowls provided.
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The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes
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Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes
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When you’re looking for a luxurious Orlando hotel that offers opportunities for escape from the famous theme parks, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes is an ideal option. With the resort’s numerous amenities and activity offerings (ranging from eco-tours to a Greg Norman-designed golf course) you can take a break from amusement park mayhem and spend a day or two recharging here. For $250 per stay, one cat or dog up to 25 pounds is permitted.
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You may not be one of the very few people granted the opportunity to stay in Orlando’s most famous castle (that would be Cinderella’s at Walt Disney World), but Castle Hotel, from Marriott’s Autograph Collection, offers the next best thing—a luxurious stay in its own elegant castle. Even better, you can bring royal pets with you (both cats and dogs allowed) for a fee of $150 for one or $200 for two.
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Travelers looking to explore the city will appreciate Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando’s central location and inspiring ambiance. Its favorite features include an art gallery, live jazz performances at the hotel restaurant and a dramatic lobby reminiscent of a palace. The Grand Bohemian Hotel is also part of the Autograph Collection, so you’ll find the same fees here: $150 for one cat or dog, or $200 for two.
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Bear loves the rockstar treatment at Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios.
Party like a rock star (or at least live like one) at Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios. Superstar wannabes will love the rock and roll memorabilia, concerts from rock legends and the hotel’s palm-lined pool featuring underwater music. Four-legged stars will appreciate that the Hard Rock invites up to two pets for a $100-per-stay fee in the garden-view rooms with no size restrictions.
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For a lower-key Orlando stay without sacrificing location, service or comfort, check in to Rosen Shingle Creek. Close to the airport and major transportation routes, it’s particularly great for meetings and conventions. To bring a pup along to seal the deal, you’ll just need to pay a $150 fee for a stay of up to 7 days.
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Yes, Hyatt Place Across From Universal Orlando Resort is the actual name of this property located . . . well, exactly where it sounds like it’s located. This one is ideal for the business traveler bringing the rest of the family along for a more typical Orlando vacation, providing a home-like stay with an office area, while positioning the rest of the fam right outside the door of one of the area’s hottest parks. Hyatt Place allows two dogs (up to 50 pounds combined) to stay up to six nights for $75, and $150 for longer stays.
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