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It can be difficult to leave your pet at home when you head out on vacation. Luckily for you and your pet, there are lots of pet-friendly ways to explore Albuquerque! From a walk along the Bosque to sipping a beer on a patio, there is sure to be something for you and your pet to do. Albuquerque has a number of pet-friendly hotels for you and your furry friend. Here’s a list of places that are ready to roll out the red carpet for you and your pet.
The best place to camp near Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Central KOA offers RV sites, cabins and spaces for tent camping. There are four pet parks on-site, including a fenced doggie park. Good behavior is required, and dogs must be leashed. It is located just off I-40 near the Sandia Mountains. Amenities include mini golf, a hot tub and sauna and a campstore.
Located near I-40 and Rio Grande, Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn offers dog-friendly rooms. Up to two dogs are allowed. Cats or any other pets aren’t accepted. There is a $30 per night pet fee. Amenities include DirecTV, free wifi and a shuttle to and from the airport.
Pets are allowed at the Courtyard by Marriott Albuquerque hotel. There is a nonrefundable $50 fee per stay. The maximum pet weight allowed is 20 pounds. The hotel is located just off I-25 and Paseo Del Norte. Other amenities include a fitness center, an indoor pool and a gift shop.
Dogs are welcome at The Clyde Hotel. There is a $75 pet fee for the first dog, and a $35 fee for the second dog per night. The dog weight limit is 60 pounds.
Two pets under 60 pounds each per room are allowed at the Crowne Plaza Albuquerque. There is a $50 pet fee per stay that is nonrefundable. Other amenities include a heated outdoor pool, three on-site restaurants and free wifi.
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Embassy Suites by Hilton, near I-25 and Lomas, allows pets. There is a $50 non-refundable fee. Other amenities include free breakfast, complimentary evening receptions and an indoor pool.
Located off I-40 west of Albuquerque, High Desert RV Park welcomes pets. There are three pet areas on-site for exercise. Amenities include an activity center with billiards, playing cards and pinball, private restrooms and showers and free wifi.
Holiday inn Express Albuquerque Historic Old Town welcomes pets on specified first floor rooms. There is a $50 pet fee per day per room. The hotel also includes an area to walk your pets. Other amenities include free breakfast, laundry facilities and available storage space.
Hotel Andaluz, located in downtown Albuquerque, welcomes any sized pet. There is a limit of two per room, and a cleaning fee of $75 is charged per pet. Other hotel amenities include a full-service in-room dining menu, concierge service and access to New Mexico Sports and Wellness.
Hotel Chaco welcomes dogs. The pet fee for the first dog is $75 and $35 for the second per night. Pets can’t be left unattended. The weight limit for dogs in 60 pounds. Other amenities include an in-room safe, a Smart TV and an oversized walk-in shower.
Pets are allowed to stay at Hotel Parq Central. Guests will be charged a $75 fee for one pet or $100 fee for two pets per stay. Amenities include a rooftop lounge, complimentary breakfast and a fitness room and jacuzzi.
La Quinta inn and Suites Albuquerque Midtown allows up to two pets. There is a $20 per room per night fee with the maximum amount charged being $40. Other amenities include free breakfast, an indoor pool and a business center.
Nativo Lodge is a dog-friendly hotel who allows dogs up to 50 pounds. No other pets are permitted. There is a $35 pet fee per stay. Other hotel amenities include free wifi, special artist rooms and an indoor and outdoor pool.
Painted Lady Bed & Brew welcomes two pets. They must be always kept on a leash or in a carrier outside of your room. A $20 fee will apply. Other amenities include local craft beer each day of your stay and potential ghosts on the property.
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Staybridge Suites Albuquerque North welcomes pets. There is a $75 pet fee for stays under six nights, and a $150 fee for longer stays. Pets get a welcome doggie treat bag. There is a pet walking area on the property. Other amenities include complimentary breakfast, outdoor putting green and an outdoor courtyard with BBQ grills.
There are lots more places to stay in Albuquerque! Explore our complete hotel listings below. Take a look at our pet-friendly page to see more options on how to plan a vacation both you and your pet can enjoy.