The Cutest Hotel Pets in America

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Nikos is a terrier mix who lives at the Hotel Palomar, Los Angeles Westwood. There's no extra charge (or deposit) required for pets to stay at the Hotel Palomar, and all sizes and weights are welcome.
— Courtesy Hotel Palomar
There are also pet-free guest rooms at the Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Westwood for folks with allergies.
— Courtesy Hotel Palomar
The Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch resort near Beaver Creek, Colo., organizes "Doggie Daybreak & Twilight" hikes for its canine guests—where you might run into the resort's resident golden retriever Miner, or Bachelor, a Saint Bernard.   
— Courtesy Ritz Carlton Beaver Creek
Guests at the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch will find a high-speed quad chairlift just steps from the ski resort’s back door.
— Courtesy Ritz Carlton Beaver Creek
There are 180 rooms and suites at the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch resort. 
— Courtesy Ritz Carlton Beaver Creek
One of the most famous hotel pets in America is Matilda, a Ragdoll cat who lives in New York City's Algonquin Hotel. (There have actually been a series of Matildas over the years—the first one lived here in the 1930s.) The hotel throws her a birthday party each year in August.   
— Courtesy The Algonquin Hotel
In May 2012, the historic Algonquin Hotel unveiled the results of a multi-million-dollar renovation to its guest rooms and lobby.
— Courtesy The Algonquin Hotel
The adoption this year of rescued golden/Labrador retriever mixes Rowdy and Stella spurred the creation of the Hyatt Regency Hill Country's new pet program, which includes Canine Cuisine room service, pet-friendly rooms stocked with treats, bowls, and doggie bags, and listings of local pet-supply shops and veterinarians. 
— Courtesy Hyatt Regency Hotels
The Hyatt Regency Hill Country has 500 guest rooms and seven on-site restaurants and bars—plus a spa, golf course, tennis courts, and a water park.
— Courtesy Hyatt Regency Hotels
Most Hyatt Regency Hill Country rooms have views of the sprawling, 300-acre property.
— Courtesy Hyatt Regency Hotels
Just ask Sandie: There's no extra charge to bring your pooch along for a stay at the Hotel Indigo San Diego.
— Courtesy Hotel Indigo
Hotel Indigo San Diego is located in the Gaslamp Quarter, a popular nightlife and entertainment district.
— Courtesy Hotel Indigo
There's a cozy vibe in the rooms at the Hotel Indigo San Diego, thanks to fluffy duvets and hardwood floors topped with rugs. Complimentary pet beds and bowls make Fido feel just as comfortable.
— Courtesy Hotel Indigo
Penny, a German Shepherd mix, holds the title of Director of Pet Relations at the Nolitan Hotel, a boutique property that opened in New York City in August 2011.
— Courtesy The Nolitan Hotel
The 55-room Nolitan Hotel was the first boutique property to open in New York City's Nolita (North of Little Italy) neighborhood when it debuted last summer.
— Courtesy The Nolitan Hotel
Many rooms at the Nolitan Hotel have private balconies, and all come with hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, and rain showers in the bathroom.
— Courtesy The Nolitan Hotel
Fred and Ed, a pair of miniature donkeys, take kids on hayrides on the grounds of North Carolina's High Hampton Inn.
— Courtesy High Hampton Inn
The 90-year-old inn occupies 1,400 wooded acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Cashiers, NC.
— Courtesy High Hampton Inn
Guest rooms at the High Hampton Inn are simple but comfortable, with wood panels harvested from the property and hand-hewn twig furnishings.
— Courtesy High Hampton Inn
Dogs up to 45 pounds are welcome to join Monty the Saint Bernard at Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah (for a $100 fee; limit of two dogs per room).
— Courtesy Montage Deer Valley
The 154-room resort Montage Deer Valley, which opened in 2010 in Park City, is adjacent to three high-speed ski lifts, but offers access to plenty of warm-weather recreational activities, too: hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, kayaking, and more.
— Courtesy Montage Deer Valley

If you're traveling with a pet—or just wish you were—these hotels will make you feel right at home.

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