The Best Dog-Friendly Places to Stay in Spokane

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Looking for dog-friendly accommodations in Spokane? Here are 9 dog-friendly options for you, plus what to do with Fido while you're here!
Fido needs a place to stay too!

Would you like to visit Spokane, but you also want to bring along your furry friend? Surprisingly, when we were visiting Spokane to determine if we wanted to live here, it was hard to find accommodations that would accept dogs! Additionally, it was difficult to find places to live temporarily with dogs, which makes it hard for people house-hunting while living in Spokane

Luckily, we did end up finding a few places that were dog friendly for both long-term and short-term living. If you’re looking for dog-friendly places to stay in Spokane, we’ve got you covered!

Dog-Friendly Hotels in Spokane

La Quinta Inn & Suites – when we first arrived in Spokane, we had to wait a week for our apartment to be ready, so we stayed at the La Quinta off Newport Highway. It was really nice – and no pet fee! This is our #1 recommendation if you need a temporary place to stay and don’t mind being a little off the beaten path (i.e. not downtown).

The Davenport Hotel – looking to splurge? Stay downtown with Fido at the Davenport, one of the nicest historical hotel in Spokane. There is a pet fee ($50 per stay) and guests must call to verify dog-friendly availability.

Doubletree by Hilton Spokane City Center – another city-center dog-friendly accomodation is the Doubletree, which accepts two pets of any size for an additional pet fee of $35 per stay.

Dog-Friendly Homes in Spokane

Looking to stay somewhere a little more long term? You might be interested in an Airbnb dog-friendly accomodation, which is what we stayed in when we first visited Spokane with our dog. This gives you more privacy than a hotel, and the homes below also have kitchens and backyards for you to make your own food and give your dog space to run.

Don’t have an Airbnb account? New users can get $40 off their first stay using our referral code here.

This South Hill Duplex is close to lots of great walking for you and your pet:


Very close to downtown and dog-friendly:


Dog-Friendly Extended Stays

A little bit outside of Spokane, this place will accept pets and allows for extended stays (30 days or more), which is helpful when you’re house hunting in Spokane!

Don’t have an Airbnb account? New users can get $40 off their first stay using our referral code here.


A more centrally-located option that also accepts pets:


The Oxford Suites in Spokane Valley is another long-term option – although keep in mind, all of the long-term stay options will be more expensive (potentially even more expensive than staying in an Airbnb). There is a pet fee at the Oxford Suites of $25 per stay.

Be sure to ask for discounts if you are staying for longer than one month – in most cases, extended stays will reduce the price by a certain percent or waive other charges. It doesn’t hurt to ask!

Entertainment for Your Dog While You’re Visiting Spokane

Looking to exercise your pup while you’re visiting Spokane? Unless you stay at an Airbnb with a big backyard, most extended stays and hotels won’t have enough room for a bigger dog to play and run… but unfortunately, you won’t have a ton of options in Spokane – at least for off-leash play.

Spokane’s only official dog park is SpokAnimal’s Dog Park at High Bridge, located at 330 S A Street. There’s a section for big dogs and another section for little dogs, and it’s your best option to get your dog tons of exercise in a safe, off-leash permitted location.

Spokane River Centennial Trail is another gorgeous way to get your dog some exercise, although dogs must remain on-leash. You can walk for miles, past Kendall Yards and all the way downtown. During the spring, summer and fall, it’s a beautiful way to get a little exercise and enjoy Spokane with your dog.

Too busy house hunting to give your dog quality time? There are a ton of people on Rover who will happily babysit (dog-sit) your pup, take him/her on walks, or even have your dog stay over at their house if you need. Rover is a service that connects dog-owners to people who can care for your dog while you’re busy – whether that’s caring for your dog at your home, their home, or simply picking up your dog to take on a long walk. Get $20 off your first Rover booking with our referral link here.

Visiting Spokane with your furry friend doesn’t have to be a chore – with these options, you can stay with your pet and have plenty of options to take him/her out to get some exercise. Let us know what you think of this list over at our Facebook page here!

Looking for dog-friendly accommodations in Spokane? Here are 9 dog-friendly options for you, plus what to do with Fido while you're here!

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