Thanks to Humane Society for this information
There are thousands of hotels, motels, and inns across the
United States that accept guests with pets. Most hotels set
their own policies, so it is important to call ahead and ask if
pets are permitted and if there is a size limit and/or extra
The following publications, available at most bookstores,
provide listings of animal-friendly lodging:
Arden, Andrea and Emmanuelle Morgan. Fodor's Road
Guide USA: Where to Stay With Your Pet.
Automobile Association of America. Traveling With
Your Pet—The AAA PetBook.
Barish, Eileen. Vacationing With Your
Fish, Kathleen and Robert. Pets Welcome.
Grayson, Fred N. and Chris Kingsley. The Portable
petswelcome.com: The Complete Guide to Traveling with
Habgood, Dawn and Robert. Pets on the Go: The
Definitive Pet Accommodation and Vacation
Kain, Tara. DogFriendly.com's United States and
Canada Dog Travel Guide.
Kain, Tara. DogFriendly.com's California and
Nevada Dog Travel Guide.
Nelson, M. E. The Pet Travel and Fun Authority of
Best-of-State Places to Play, Stay & Have Fun Along
Check out the following websites for additional information
on animal-friendly accommodations:
As you and your pet head off together, it's important for
you to do your part to ensure that dogs and cats will continue
to be welcomed as traveling companions. Obey local animal
control ordinances, keep your animal under control at all
times, and be thoughtful and courteous to other travelers.