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May 22, 2009

Top 5 Pet Friendly Hotels

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It can be difficult to find a hotel that accepts your furry family. And with economy struggles, we are all traveling on a budget, and finding accommodations for a good price is key. Here are the Top 5 Pet Friendly Budget Hotels named by PetSide.com. Chances are, wherever you are headed, one of these popular chains will be there, ready to provide a good night's sleep for you and your four-legged friend.


 Motel 6

Motel 6 facilities, all 900 of them, leave the light on for you and your one pet per room. Motel 6 was the first national pet-friendly chain, and has been welcoming pets since 1962. No extra fees or deposits are required.


La Quinta Inn & Suites

La Quinta Inns & Suites allow pets at almost all of their 700+ properties. LaQuinta does not require deposits, fees or up charges on rooms with pets.


Red Roof Inn

Red Roof Inn welcomes pets at over 340 locations in 36 states. No additional charges.


Best Western

Best Western is the world's largest hotel chain and has over 1000 pet-friendly locations in the U.S. & Canada. With so many locations, it's a good bet there's one where you and your pet are traveling.


Candlewood Suites

Pets less than 80lbs are always welcome at Candlewood Suites. Candlewood is more comfortable for extended stays, with rooms including a full kitchen and seating area. However, there is a fee for pets and vaccination records must be available.

Honorable Mentions (Total Number of pet-friendly properties):

- Econo-lodge Hotels (380)
- Days Inn Hotels (most locations pet-friendly)
- Comfort Inn (Over 550)
- Holiday Inn (450)
- Americas Best Value Inn (400)
- Clarion Inn and Suites (60)
- Comfort Suites (85)
- Quality Inn (300)
- Rodeway Inns (80)
- Travel Lodge (300)

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