Staycations and family holidays typically need to include just that: the whole family. It’s becoming much easier to travel with our four-legged family across the globe and downtown Vancouver is no exception. There are no less than 16 pet-friendly hotels in the heart of downtown Vancouver working hard to make sure your whole paw-se has a great stay!
Fairmont Pacific Rim
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is so pet-friendly they have not one but two hard-working Labrador Canine Ambassadors: Ella and Elly. These ladies don’t live at the hotel but attend work with their owners 5 days a week.
Your pet will be just as pampered even receiving complimentary FirstMate kibble and more upon arrival to make sure everyone has a perfect visit.
Please remember though, canines must not be left alone in guest rooms… it’s a real faux-paw. Read the Fairmont Hotel Pacific Rim Pet policy here.
Promotion: Pet-fee is currently waived.
Two pets maximum, two floors, and a ton of fun. Hotel Belmont proves once again to have something for everyone. Hotel Belmont owns the hashtag #hotelhouseparty for combining the best of every household comfort, with the ultimate hotel house paw-ty experience: bowling, arcade games, and snacks from “the living room” to the “basement” and no home is complete without your pet! Read full Hotel Belmont Pet Policy Here
Contact for pet fees and pricing
Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Centre
Pets are allowed in select rooms and according to BringFido.com, rates are great and well-behaved dogs may be left unattended. Unfortunately, it is impawsible to bring a cat along too.
$10 per pet, per night (Bringfido.com)
The Loden Hotel
The Loden hotel makes sure your pet is just as welcome as their own: plush pet beds, food bowls, and even a Loden leash! There are absolutely no limits on the size or weight of your pet. Learn more about their flat $50 per pet fee and two dog maximum. Learn about the Loden’s Pet Policy
$50 pet fee per pet, per stay (no limit to the size/weight).
Have you met Scout the Golden Retriever? A patron of Fairmont Waterfront, Scout has partnered with the hotel to share his first-class experiences from welcome treats (ingredients provided), designated walking areas, doggie sitting services, emergency vet clinics and more. Read the full Fairmont Waterfront pet policy here
$35 per day deep cleaning charge (maximum 2 pets)
Hyatt Regency Vancouver
While the limit may be two 50-lbs dogs, the fees for your furry companion are as low as $35 per night for the first 6 nights and charged at a monthly rate of $100/month. Hyatt Regency asks guests to phone ahead as this service is subject to availability. Learn more at Bringfido.com
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel
Pets are both welcome and complimentary at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel! The hotel has a limit of one pet per room and urges visitors to call ahead for more details. Learn more about the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel Pet Policy here
Sandman Suites Vancouver – Davie Street
Crated pets may be left unattended at the Sandman Suites on Davie and there is a dog park 2 short blocks front the hotel. There are 10 dedicated City View Queen Pet Suites. Learn more about the Sandman Suites on Davie Pet Policy on BringFido.com
The fur fees here will run you $20 per, per night, regardless of size or weight.
The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver
Photo courtesy of The Sutton Place Hotel (Instagram)
The Sutton Place hotel welcomes any dog weighing 45 lbs or less and requests that your pet is never left unattended. All pets meeting this size criteria are welcome. The Sutton Place Hotel charges a one-time fee of $40. Read the full Sutton Place Pet Policy here
$40 Pet Fee per stay
Georgian Court Hotel
Photo courtesy of Georgian Court Hotel
Another pooch pampering experience, the Georgian Court provides your pet with a treat on arrival and offers pet beds, bowls, food, and water for both use and purchase during your stay. Staff are happy to assist in arranging pet-sitting or setting up reservations at pet-friendly restaurants
The Georgian Court hotel charges $20 per day with a $100 per week maximum. Additional pet species such as cats and birds are welcome at the hotel’s discretion. Read the full Georgian Court Hotel pet policy here
$20 per night or $100 per month
The Listel Hotel
Enthusiastically welcoming all 4 legged guests, the Listel Hotel provides use of a food dish and pet bed. The hotel asks that pets are not left alone in their room, and to inform staff if they will be left alone. Pets are asked to stay on their leashes when in public spaces. Read the fill Listel Hotel pet policy here
$25 per night. Maximum 2 pets per room.
Coast Coal Harbour Hotel by APA
If a picture says 1000 words, we’ll let this one do most of the barking. Read the Coast Coal Harbour pet policy here.
Contact to learn more about Nominal Nightly Fees
2 blocks from an off-leash dog park, greeted by resident fish, and complete with amenities such as treats, beds, and bowls, Hotel Blu is another purrfect pet-friendly pick. Read Hotel Blu Pet Policy here
Contact for pet fees and pricing
Pan Pacific Vancouver
Eager to please their guests, Pan Pacific’s pet package is pawsitively packed with luxury and amenities including a dog bed, walking maps, treats, and a doggy bag. Maximum 2 pets per suite or room Read the Pan Pacific Vancouver Pet policy here
$40 pet fee per stay + $15 for an additional pet (per stay)
Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront
What is more luxurious than a luxury hotel doggie bed for your four-legged friend? You pup will receive the use of a plush memory foam pet bed, complete with a deep cleaning treatment before and after use. Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront asks guests to call ahead to ensure the purrfect package is booked. Read more about the Pinnacle HotelHarbourfront Pet Policy here
$35 per stay — however for a limited time, four-legged family is free!
Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown
Not 1, not 2, but 3 pets are welcome at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown with two whole floors being assigned to pet-friendly rooms.
Cats and dogs are both welcome, however, the hotel asks that they are never left alone. Read the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Pet Policy here
$55 per room, per stay
Last but not leashed: “Dogs are always welcome at OPUS Vancouver. In fact, we tend to treat our four-legged guests even better than our two-legged ones! Pampered pooches can expect: Complimentary in-room “pup tents,” bowls, and locally sourced treats.“
All those options, but where to begin? Tell us about your furbaby-friendly trip experience at any of these 17 hotels (and send us your pictures for a chance to be featured!)