Start your vacation with your favorite furry friend here.
The best vacations start with bringing along the best friends. And we know that sometimes, the best of friends are furry, have four legs, pointy ears, and are actually your favorite pet. Sometimes referred to as Bark City, Park City has endless dog friendly activities (and other pet friendly activities too). So, if you’re pup, cat, snake, or flying squirrel loves hiking, exploring, and enjoying a delicious lunch on a sunny patio as much as you, then don’t leave them behind during your trip here. We’ve put together a list of the top pet friendly hotels and lodging options in Park City so that you can plan the best vacation ever with your best friend in tow.
Here at Stay Park City, we have pets of our own that we take on hikes, bikes, and walks in the area. Our goal is to give you an honest, unbiased, unpaid opinion of what we’d do and where we’d stay with our dog, cat, and even fish. When you book lodging, you’re supporting a local group determined to make your stay special. Plus, you have the benefit of knowing you’re getting the best available rates in the best town ever.
Waldorf Astoria Park City
St. Regis Deer Valley
Park City Peaks
Montage Deer Valley
Hyatt Place Park City
Washington School House
Best Western Landmark Inn
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
#1: Waldorf Astoria
Handmade dog biscuits baked with your dog’s name await them at this luxurious resort. But that’s not all. There is a Director of Pet Relations who will make sure your pet’s stay is just as good as yours and when you tell them ahead of time you’re bringing your pooch, they’ll put a dog bed and water bowl in your room. Head across the street to take your pup for a walk on the Matt Knoop trails or take them to Willow Creek Dog Park, only a mile away from this property.
Policy: Waldorf Astoria Park City welcomes a maximum of two dogs up to 100 pounds each per registered room. A $100 nonrefundable cleaning fee is required once per stay, per reservation.
Known for its phenomenal hospitality, the St. Regis won’t stop short before serving your pet. With advanced notice, your dog will receive an in-room dog bed, ceramic bowls, and evening turndown service. Contact the concierge for help arranging pet-sitting or dog-walking services during your stay. Though dogs are never allowed on Deer Valley Mountain, there are endless hiking trails a short drive away, including the Rail Trail and endless options surrounding the Jordanelle River.
Policy: Pets are required to be on leash in all public areas, and are discouraged from being left in rooms unattended. $150 non-refundable cleaning fee is charged for all pet rooms upon departure.
Nothing says “welcome to our hotel” like Ellie, the Hyatt Centric Canine Concierge, greeting you with a wagging tail and happy smile. Since she calls the hotel her second home, she (and the staff) can show you the best pet friendly hikes, restaurants, and adventures nearby. To add to your pet’s VIP welcome, they will be greeted by a treat bag to get their vacation started off on the right paw.
Policy: $150 non-refundable cleaning fee is charged for all pet rooms upon departure.
#4: Park City Peaks
Whether you have a dog, cat, bunny, or naked mole rat, they’ll be welcome at this Park Ave property. Surrounded by green space in the summer and snowed over bike paths in the winter, there is ample space for you to explore with your pet. As an added benefit, dogs will receive a gift at check-in (don’t tell them, but it’s a treat.)
Policy: $25 per night cleaning fee, per pet. Animals are not allowed in the pool area or the restaurant. Size restrictions may apply, call the front desk prior to arrival.
Treat your dogs to an exquisite meal from the Canine Cuisine room service menu, which serves custom dishes with your pet in mind. (Think: salmon and rice, ground beef with vegetables, and more) Then, take them on a walk through the winding tails nearby. You’ll even be able to meet Parker and Monty, the two resident dogs that wander through the lobby during meet-and-greet times asking for attention and pictures.
Policy: $100 per stay/non-refundable cleaning fee. Weight limit of up to 45 lbs. and up to two dogs maximum. Dogs must remain on leash in all public areas.
Located near a plethora of hiking trails during the summer and plenty of activities during the winter, this property is the ideal spot for an active dog. After meeting your adventure quota for the day, check the fridge for dog treats then head to the variety of pet friendly restaurant patios in-town.
Policy: $75 for the first 6 nights and $100 dollars for any additional time. Maximum 2 dogs per room. Must weigh under 50 lbs for the first dog and under 75 lbs for the two dogs combined.
This historic landmark property is more than just an extraordinary hotel for a human, it’s an extraordinary hotel for your pet too. Boasting quaint features and unexceptional service in an unbeatable just-off-Main Street location, it gives you the option to take your pup to the pet friendly restaurants of downtown or the trails of Park City Mountain Resort.
Policy: $150 per accommodation/stay
#8: Homestead Resort
With plenty of open space nearby, this hotel that is slightly off the beaten path is the perfect place to bring Fido and escape the hecticness of city life. There is plenty to do on the hotel’s property, or you can drive 20 minutes to Park City to experience this iconic town.
Policy: $50 non-refundable fee
Always available at an affordable rate, this pet friendly Kimball Junction hotel offers unparalleled views of the Olympic Park. Take your dog hiking on the never-ending trails that surround the iconic ski jumps and bobsled track or grab a cup of coffee at Hugo, your pup is allowed in the café.
Policy: $10/day with a refundable $50 cleaning deposit at check-in. Two dogs allowed with an 80-pound weight limit.
With the dependability of the Holiday Inn Express chain, an affordable pet fee, and plenty of space to walk your dog nearby, this hotel caters to guests with pets. Make this your family basecamp for your winter or summer Park City vacation.
Want to know what else you can do with your dog around town? Read all about Bringing your Dog to Park City.