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Old 01-29-2014, 03:06 PM   #11
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Very happy with LaQuinta hotels with the pet friendly policy. No deposit, no extra fees and had great rooms. Just sign an agreement with the rules on it.
Thanks to all of you for the reference to LaQuinta - might give them a try. I would never mind paying an establishment for any damage our pets caused if they caused it.

LaQuinta in Spanish means "Next to Denny's"
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Old 01-29-2014, 03:59 PM   #12
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Very happy with LaQuinta hotels with the pet friendly policy. No deposit, no extra fees and had great rooms. Just sign an agreement with the rules on it.

Ah, so you had a good experience with them as well! The one we stayed in, in St. Pete, FL was a new hotel, not more than a year old I'd say.

The front desk personnel were obviously dog lovers and fell in love with Fred.

We had to leave him there more than once (family funeral) while there, and of course we'd call to make sure he wasn't being a bad boy, and checked with the front desk when we returned. They bragged endlessly on him, saying they'd never have known he was there except for him prancing himself through the lobby when I took him out for walks.

Fred is not neutered, so if there had been *any* scent from a previous dog's "oopsy" we'd have known it.

That room was spotless. And we left it the same way...Fred was a very good boy...especially since that was his first ever stay in a hotel.
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Ah, so you had a good experience with them as well! The one we stayed in, in St. Pete, FL was a new hotel, not more than a year old I'd say.

The front desk personnel were obviously dog lovers and fell in love with Fred.

We had to leave him there more than once (family funeral) while there, and of course we'd call to make sure he wasn't being a bad boy, and checked with the front desk when we returned. They bragged endlessly on him, saying they'd never have known he was there except for him prancing himself through the lobby when I took him out for walks.

Fred is not neutered, so if there had been *any* scent from a previous dog's "oopsy" we'd have known it.

That room was spotless. And we left it the same way...Fred was a very good boy...especially since that was his first ever stay in a hotel.
Our Toby (a Teddy Bear) loved prancing through the front doors when they open up for him. The staff loved it.
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We use GoPetFriendly.com. Seems pretty useful
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Some chains are pet-friendly, but the definition ranges from "bring 'em on in" to 'okay, but we'll charge you extra for no reason'. Ideally some (Renaissance) are converting smoking rooms to pet friendly, since they have to changeover eventually anyway.
Good experiences with Red Roof Inns and our boy (70 lb goldendoodle).
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I cast my vote for La Quinta. We travel to Florida every winter and always
stay at La Quinta's. Besides being very pet friendly, they have a great free breakfast in the morning.
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I can't remember the web site but it will list all pet friendly places in any area you type in. I never been charged a pet charge.....
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