Pet-Friendly Hotels in Orlando
Orlando isn’t just the most dog-friendly U.S. destination for a vacation according to Booking.com. They also rank us as the best city for pet-friendly hotels, with more than 600 to choose from. Which is why when you visit Orlando with a beloved pet, you’re both in for a treat — a doggie or kitty treat, that is — at pet-friendly hotels and resorts throughout the destination.
Your four-legged friend will have a “paw-some” time in the lap of luxury at these lodgings, including accommodations in Lake Buena Vista close to Walt Disney World® Resort, the International Drive Entertainment District (aka I-Drive) adjacent to Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld® Orlando, and the downtown Orlando area, Lake Nona and nearby Winter Park.
You and your animal companion can also stay with confidence thanks to robust sanitization measures at our hotels, resorts and other accommodations, including all of your favorite trusted brands. Their enhanced programs are designed to give you peace of mind while you and your pet have the time of your lives in Orlando.
WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort
Four official hotels at Walt Disney World Resort welcome a maximum of two dogs per guestroom, assuming they’re well-behaved, leashed in public areas and properly vaccinated. Besides providing easy access to outdoor walkways and green spaces, each dog-friendly guestroom comes with a host of extras.
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At check-in, you and your dog will receive “Pluto’s Welcome Mat,” which includes a mat, bowls, a pet ID tag, disposable bags, puppy pads and dog-walking maps, as well as a special “Do Not Disturb” tag indicating a dog is inside.
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Disney’s pet-friendly resorts and their nonrefundable fees per guestroom include:
Caribe Royale Orlando
Caribe Royale Orlando will accommodate one cat or dog up to 25 pounds per suite. Advance notification and current vaccination records are required, and there is a one-time, nonrefundable pet-cleaning fee of $125.
Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort
Although it’s not an official Walt Disney World Resort hotel, Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort provides many Walt Disney World guest benefits. They also welcome one dog or cat under 25 pounds per guestroom, with pets receiving a bed, water bowl and food bowl. Plus, pets incur no additional fees.
Holiday Inn Resort Orlando — Lake Buena Vista
Holiday Inn Resort Orlando — Lake Buena Vista allows up to two pets per guestroom, and they’ll receive a free gift at check-in. For the first four nights, a nonrefundable fee of $50 applies to pets up to 50 pounds and $75 for pets over 50 pounds, with an additional $10 for every night thereafter.
Hyatt Place Orlando / Lake Buena Vista
Hyatt Place Orlando/Lake Buena Vista is dog-friendly, with guestrooms accommodating one dog up to 50 pounds or two dogs with a maximum combined weight of 75 pounds. There is a nonrefundable $75 fee for up to six nights, and stays of seven to 30 nights accrue the $75 pet fee and a $100 deep-cleaning fee.
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
Situated on 1,500 acres, Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress welcomes one dog up to 50 pounds for a nonrefundable fee of $150 per stay for a maximum of six nights. For longer stays, an additional $150 deep-cleaning fee applies, and three days’ advance notice are required for both options. Many extra pet options are also available, including special beds.
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes & JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes
Treat your pet to a stay at two of Orlando’s most deluxe resorts, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, and its adjacent sister property, JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes. In addition to having an open policy for service animals, both welcome two cats or dogs (up to 40 pounds each) per guestroom, with a one-time $150 cleaning fee per room (plus tax). Advanced registration is required. The Ritz-Carlton even has a resident golden retriever named Birdie!
Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista
Two dogs up to 50 pounds each can stay with you for $15 per animal per night at Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista, a Rosen Hotels & Resorts property. If you’re paying cash, a refundable $50 deposit will also apply.
Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort
There are no extra fees when you bring a dog to Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort — you’ll just be asked to sign a waiver. Dogs must be in good health and weigh no more than 40 pounds, with a maximum of two dogs per guestroom.
Signia by Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek and Waldorf Astoria® Orlando
Two canine pets per room with a combined total weight of 40 pounds or less are welcome at Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Signia by Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek as part of the Walt Disney World® Official Hotel sister properties’ Pampered Pet Package. Service fees at Waldorf Astoria Orlando are $125 for one to five nights and $250 for stays of six or more nights. Service fees at Signia By Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek are $75 for one to two nights and $125 per stays of three or more nights. (Additional fees may apply in the event of damages.) Pets also receive special amenities.
Universal Orlando Resort
Loews Hotels’ special “Loews Loves Pets” program caters especially to cuddly creatures and their owners — and you can take advantage of it at four of Loews’ offerings at Universal Orlando Resort.
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All participating Universal Orlando properties allow up to two pets with up-to-date vaccinations per room. Amenities include a “Loews Loves Pets” logo bowl, placemat and special treat, with an option for a pets-only menu and specialized bedding. You’ll also receive a “Pet in Room” sign to alert housekeeping to your furry friend, plus a map of local dog-walking routes and access to pet services such as veterinarians, pet shops, groomers and more.
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Charging a one-time, nonrefundable $100 fee for the service, pet-friendly Loews Hotels at Universal Orlando Resort include:
Avanti Palms Resort and Conference Center
Minutes from Universal Orlando Resort, Avanti Palms Resort and Conference Center allows one dog up to 50 pounds with up-to-date vaccination records, with one pet per guestroom. Advance reservations are required, and there is a nonrefundable fee of $50 per stay.
Castle Hotel, Autograph Collection
You and your dog can literally stay like royalty at Castle Hotel, Autograph Collection — an actual castle on I-Drive! For a nonrefundable fee of $150 for the first pet and an additional $50 for the second, they permit up to two dogs per guestroom with a maximum weight of 40 pounds.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld
DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld accepts medium-sized pets with a maximum weight of 70 pounds, with a nonrefundable deposit of $30. The property is adjacent to and officially partnered with SeaWorld Orlando, with guests also receiving early access to SeaWorld, free use of the park’s Quick Queue program, and a complimentary, behind-the-scenes Rescue Tour.
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Drury Inn & Suites Near Universal Orlando Resort
Just off International Drive, Drury Inn & Suites Near Universal Orlando Resort allows a maximum of two dogs and/or cats per guestroom, with a nonrefundable fee of $40 per night and per room. The pets’ total combined weight cannot exceed 80 pounds.
Hyatt Place Orlando
Like their sister property in Lake Buena Vista, Hyatt Place Orlando I-Drive / Convention Center on International Drive and Hyatt Place Orlando Airport are dog-friendly, with one dog up to 50 pounds or two dogs with a combined maximum weight of 75 pounds permitted. A nonrefundable fee of $75 applies to the first six nights, with the same $75 fee and an additional $100 deep-cleaning fee applying to stays of seven to 30 nights.
Hyatt Regency Orlando
For stays of up to six nights at Hyatt Regency Orlando, you can bring one dog up to 50 pounds or two dogs with a combined weight of 75 pounds for a nonrefundable $150 per stay. (Please let them know about your traveling companion at least three days before your arrival.) Pet amenities include bowls, treats and beds. Hyatt Regency Orlando is steps from Pointe Orlando.
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Rosen Hotels & Resorts
Dogs with proof of current vaccinations are welcomed with open paws at Rosen Hotels & Resorts, which has accommodations close to all of Orlando’s major theme parks and attractions. Rosen properties in the I-Drive area and their pet policies and fees include:
- Rosen Inn (Closest to Universal): Two dogs per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $15 per pet, per guestroom and per night.
- Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando: Two dogs per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $15 per pet, per guestroom and per night.
- Rosen Inn International: Two dogs per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $15 per pet, per guestroom and per night.
- Rosen Plaza: One dog per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $150 per night for up to seven nights, with an additional $50 per night thereafter.
- Rosen Centre: One dog per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $150 per night for up to seven nights, with an additional $50 per night thereafter.
- Rosen Shingle Creek: One dog per guestroom with a nonrefundable fee of $150 per night for up to seven nights, with an additional $50 per night thereafter.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts requires an additional refundable deposit for guests paying with cash.
Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa
Up to two dogs with a combined weight of no more than 60 pounds are allowed per guestroom at Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa, with some breed restrictions. (Check with the property for details.) A nonrefundable $150 pet fee applies. Westgate Lakes Resort is close to International Drive.
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The Alfond Inn
A stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Winter Park and just north of downtown Orlando, The Alfond Inn offers multiple options for canine companions. First, two dogs of any size can join you for a nonrefundable fee of $50 per night. You can also choose The Alfond Inn’s V.I.P. (Very Important Pup) Package, which includes a two-night stay in a classic room with a specialty dog bowl, treats and toys, as well as a donation to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando.
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Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando
Arguably downtown Orlando’s most stylish hotel, Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando welcomes pets up to 40 pounds for a nonrefundable fee of $150 per stay per pet, and a maximum of two pets per guestroom. Pets get snacks, a water bowl and a comfy blanket.
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Lake Nona Wave Hotel
Offering state-of-the-art boutique accommodations in the heart of its forward-thinking namesake community close to Orlando International Airport, Lake Nona Wave Hotel accepts one dog per guestroom with a maximum weight of 40 pounds per pet. There is a $150 fee per accommodation, per stay.
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