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Pet-Friendly Hotel Chains with Low Rates and Low (or no) Pet Fees

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When times are “tough” -- and even when they’re not, it’s always nice when you can save a dime or two.  While many of us are itching to get away with our pet, others may have to due to a move, family matter, or other obligation. Whatever the reason for travel, it doesn’t have to break the bank if you plan ahead and find the right accommodations for your budget.

There are some hotel chains that not only welcome pets chain-wide, but they also have low room rates and either no or low pet fees.  This makes it much easier on the pocketbook as well as a simpler trip to plan.

Red Roof Inn

This pet-friendly chain offers reliable accommodations at over 550 convenient locations.  They are known for great, reliable service.  Spacious guest rooms include plush bedding, a desk workspace and chairs to lounge in. Even though it’s budget-friendly, Red Roof Inn offers some really nice amenities -- including extended cable package and free WiFi.  Starting room rates come in at about $60 per night and pets stay free of charge.

Motel 6

If you’re looking for clean, comfortable, reliable, and no-frills pet-friendly accommodations, then Motel 6 may just be the ticket!  They are America’s original pet-friendly chain and are located along major travel routes -- making it super convenient for you and your pet to find a place to “hang your hat”  no matter where your travels take you.  Starting room rates land at about $55 per night and pets stay for free.

My Place Hotels

Great value, comfort, and convenience is what you will find at My Place Hotels. Their rooms and amenities are perfect for both long and short-term stays. One of their more unique amenities is that you are able to customize your breakfast order upon check-in -- they call it “My Place Breakfast in Bed”! This fast growing pet-friendly hotel chain has locations across the United States -- many of which boast nearby pet-friendly shops, hiking trails, and other places to explore.  My Place Hotels goes the extra mile for pet travelers by providing outdoor pet potty areas, complete with waste bags.  Nightly room rates start at about $70 and the pet fees start at $10/night.

La Quinta by Wyndham

This popular chain is a fan favorite of pet travelers and their people!  One of the reasons is that La Quinta has a non-restrictive policy regarding four-legged guests, allowing up to two large pets (up to 80 lbs) at all but a handful of their locations.  In addition, their thoughtful amenities keep their guests coming back.  A stand-out is their free Bright Side Breakfast®. Although pets are not allowed in the dining area, you can make him a plate of bacon and eggs to bring back to the room! La Quinta offers economical room rates starting at approximately $70 and pets stay FREE at the majority of their locations -- others charge a pet fee of $10-$20/night.

Studio 6

Extend your stay, not your budget at Studio 6.  This extended stay hotel chain is designed for travelers looking for a home away from home.  Still, many guests book for short-term stays as well.  You’ll find locations along highways, major business sectors, and popular vacation destinations. So if you’re planning to roadtrip with your furkid, Studio 6 is a great option. Room rates start at around $55/night and the pet fee is $10/night with a maximum of $50 per stay.


TripsWithPets is the premier online pet friendly travel guide -- providing online reservations at over 30,000 pet friendly hotels & accommodations across the U.S. and Canada. You'll find lodging in great destinations like, Huntsville, AL, Richmond, VA, and Buffalo, NY. When planning a trip, pet parents go to TripsWithPets for detailed, up-to-date information on hotel pet policies and pet amenities. also features airline & car rental pet policies, pet friendly activities, a user-friendly search-by-route option, as well as pet travel gear.


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