Wisconsin’s Best Dog-Friendly Hotels

As the old saying goes: A great adventure is only as good as who you get to share it with. And thanks to a handful of wonderful, animal-loving hotels all throughout the state, you can seamlessly bring your pup`s along on your next travel excursion. Here are some of Wisconsin’s best dog-friendly hotels.

The Charmant Hotel in La Crosse

The Charmant Hotel is a dog-friendly friendly space that allows dogs of any number and size in guest rooms for a one-time fee of $75. While dogs are welcome, guests traveling with their pup are advised to include the hotel’s address on the animal’s collar and to bring any necessary supplies of their own—such as a leash, carrier, bed, food, toys, and treats, among other items. The hotel asks that dogs are not left unattended in guest rooms for both their own comfort and well-being. For more information, visit www.thecharmanthotel.com.

The Pfister in Downtown Milwaukee

The Pfister is regarded as one of the best pet-friendly hotels in Downtown Milwaukee. Its “pup”-friendly hotel accommodations include the same superior service that’s afforded to their guests, and they even offer animal-centric booking packages. The Rover-Night Package includes a one-night accommodation at the hotel, a monetary donation to the Elmbrook Humane Society in the guest’s honor, a doggy gift basket, and an included pet cleaning fee (priced at a $100 value). For more information, visit www.thepfisterhotel.com

Hilton Milwaukee City Center

The Hilton Milwaukee City Center is one of the most luxurious and well-reviewed hotels in all of Wisconsin—and with a flexible, dog-friendly policy, your doggos indulge in all of the stylish accommodations too. The Hilton Milwaukee City Center welcomes two dogs of up to 75 pounds for an additional fee of $50 per stay. There is also a grassy area for dogs on the property to enjoy. For more information, visit www.hilton.com

The Delafield Hotel

The Delafield Hotel understands that pets are considered part of the family, and that they should be considered as such. With that, the hotels offers amenities like a welcome doggy door hanger, comfy pet bed, food and water bowls, a locally made “Lovin’ Oven” pet bakery dog treats, a plush dog toy, “FETCH” magazine, and a pet mini bar available via an additional charge. Your pups can enjoy all of this and more with just a one-time $75 plus tax per pet fee applied to your stay. For more information, visit www.thedelafieldhotel.com.

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