Traveling to Tucson with your dog in tow? Here are our top picks for Best Dog Friendly Hotels in Tucson.
Hotel Congress is a historical Tucson gem. Though renovated to include wifi, air conditionings and in room bathrooms, their rooms still resemble a space of the early 1900s. The rooms have vintage radios and phones with no TVs, so you can get the true historical experience. They have four dog friendly rooms, so make sure to call ahead to reserve a space for you and your dog.
Loews is a Tucson resort located at the foothills of the beautiful Catalina Mountains. They are a dog friendly resort with top paw accommodations that include, a gourmet menu for your pooch, a doggie goodie bag, as well as in room supplies such as a dog bed and bowls. They also can arrange dog sitting or dog walking services, should the need arise. There is also plenty of grass on the property for your pooch to enjoy.
Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa in Tucson is also located on the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. With just a flat non-refundable $75 pet fee per stay, you and your dog can enjoy the oasis together. They are an 80-acre dog friendly resort with hiking trails and gardens for you two to enjoy together.
Located just 9 miles from Tucson International Airport, Lodge on the Desert is a boutique hotel ready for you and your dog to enjoy together. They have a limited number of dog friendly rooms, so be sure to phone ahead to reserve one of them! They do have a $25 pet fee per day, but being able to enjoy their beautiful property with your dog is priceless. Lodge on the Desert also has patio dining!
Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa is a wonderfully dog friendly resort. They have no pet fees for your dog’s stay, and will even provide a doggie bed, treats, water bowls, toys, and potty bags! Westin La Paloma also had a 2014 Adopt a Dog & Upgrade program, where local residents that adopt a dog from either Humane Society of Southern Arizona or Pima Animal Control could get a free upgrade for you and your new dog! Be sure to call Westin La Palmoa and inquire if you’ve recently adopted a dog from either shelters!