Whether you're heading down to Austin for a staycation or traveling from afar to our wonderful city, many people don't want to be without their furry friends. Where, then, can you stay? We are fortunate here in Austin to have a lot of great options around various parts of the area. Here is our list of the best pet friendly hotels in Austin, Texas:
3121 Palm Way, Austin, TX 78758
This beautiful boutique hotel is part of the fun, fashion forward DOMAIN Northside. The hotel accepts dogs up to 25 lbs on request. Do keep in mind that a non-refundable $150 cleaning deposit is required for your stay.
6200 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX, 78752
Located in the Highland area of Austin, the Highlander has a fun, funky vibe that Austinites are loving. The fact that they're pet friendly is an added bonus!
6711 East Ben White Blvd Austin, TX 78744
This beautiful, new, and affordable option is located near the airport with easy downtown access. Pets are allowed, but keep in mind that there is a $50 pet deposit per stay, plus an additional $15 fee per night.
98 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701
This luxury downtown hotel sits on the banks of Lady Bird Lake, with resort-like features and gorgeous views. Dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals under 60 lbs are welcome. There are also a variety of complimentary add ons for your furry best friend!
320 S. Capital of Texas Hwy, Bldg. B, Austin, TX 78746
Located atop a hillside oasis on Bee Caves Rd and Loop 360, the Hotel Granduca is easily accessible to the Westlake area, as well as a quick drive to downtown. Pets under 50 lbs are welcome with a maximum of two total pets per stay. There is a $125 non-refundable fee for your pet, which is donated to a local shelter.
What do you think, Austin pet parents? Are you planning to stay at any of these hotels?
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Jessica is an East Coast girl originally from Boston, MA but recently transplated to Austin, TX. She is a Content Manager and Brand Strategist, helping businesses with their social media presence, SEO, and brand strategy. When she’s not busy blogging or strategizing, you can catch her chasing around her three busy kids and rescue fur baby. You can also follow her antics on her personal blog or Instagram.