Reno Tahoe is all about doing. We’re offbeat, diverse and spirited. We enjoy long nights and even longer road trips. For a lot of us, that means our four-legged friends are usually tagging along for the ride, but this shouldn’t always mean we have to car-camp. With the many pet-friendly hotel and lodging options in Reno and Lake Tahoe, your next adventure can still be wild, and once it’s time for lights out, you and your pet can both hit the preverbal hay. In a luxury suite. With snacks.
In Reno Tahoe, there are many ways to explore the area with your pet, especially if you want to stay a few nights. Whitney Peak Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel located downtown in the heart of the city and is a non-smoking, non-gaming hotel that gives pets a goodie bag full of treats, accessories and necessities, that make for both a comfortable and welcoming stay while you explore the city.
If you’re looking for views of the river, the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel & Spa is also a non-gaming, non-smoking hotel. Both dogs and cats are welcome guests at the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel and the hotel’s onsite Navigator (as part of the Renaissance hotel’s Navigator Program) will help you find the best local experiences while you’re here.
Another great pet-friendly hotel option within close proximity to downtown Reno and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport is the Staybridge Suites. These suites are available for both short- and long-term stays, business or pleasure, and are close to shopping, nightlife and more. This is an upscale, pet-friendly hotel in Reno that offers a complimentary business center, fitness center and a media library.
In Sparks, check out the Nugget Casino Resort or the Hyatt Place Reno Tahoe Airport. For a small fee, both of these hotels will let you and your pet enjoy a pleasant stay and get a great night’s sleep before heading back on the road.
For travelers looking for pet-friendly hotels near the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Aloft Reno is a comfortable and convenient option. In addition to other great amenities such as free wi-fi and pools, the hotel is ready to welcome you and your furry travel companion.
If you are traveling with your pet, find other pet-friendly hotels in Reno and Sparks.
It’s no secret Reno Tahoe is a mecca for outdoor lovers and extreme sports enthusiasts. Reno Tahoe offers some of the best hiking trails in the world which are perfect for pet owners who want to get off the beaten path. There are many pet-friendly hotels around Lake Tahoe, as well as pet-friendly cabins and rentals. Whether it’s during the summer months or the winter season, pet-friendly hotels in Tahoe are located all around Big Blue for both short stays and long holiday weekends. Some pet-friendly hotels in Lake Tahoe will even offer amenities for travelers and their pets such as food dishes, water bowls, outdoor play areas and dog runs.
Depending on which hotel you stay at in Lake Tahoe, there may be a small fee for your pet. Hotels in North and South Lake Tahoe aim to create a wonderful experience for both you and your animal, so don’t be afraid to discuss the amenities offered for them upon arrival and check-in.
North Lake Tahoe hotels strive to ensure that every guest visiting Lake Tahoe leaves with extraordinary memories and experiences. Reno Tahoe just can’t do ordinary. So, what could be better than enjoying that experience with your pet?
In Incline Village, just a short drive from downtown Reno, is the well-appointed AAA Four-Diamond Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa & Casino offering lake views and beach access. Dogs under 25 pounds are welcome to share your bed in luxury suites at the Hyatt Lake Tahoe for a nightly fee. The Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino, located in Crystal Bay, will let you bring three pets of any size to any of the four pet-friendly cottages for no additional fee. And when we say pets, we’re saying cats, too.
Don’t push your vacation off because you can’t bring your sidekick. Explore pet-friendly hotels in Reno and Lake Tahoe.
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Traveling with your furry friend can be a fun and memorable trip with a little preparation. From the cool waters of Lake Tahoe to the endless hiking trails peppered throughout Reno, your dog will love it up here. To maximize your stay, here are our best tips for traveling with your dog.
Got a question? We’ve got the answers. Check out the most frequently asked questions below about Reno and Lake Tahoe pet-friendly hotels.
Yes! There are plenty of pet-friendly hotels in Reno that allow dogs, including:
Yes, there are many North Lake Tahoe pet-friendly hotels to choose from. When you and your best friend need a lake retreat, there is plenty of Lake Tahoe lodging to choose from to keep both of you comfortable.
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