There are many pet friendly hotels in Albuquerque – 87 to be exact. To make it easy to find the promotions in the New Mexico city, Vacation Pet Friendly has added a way to filter your search for “promotions only.” You will find that Albuquerque has some of the finest deals on pet friendly hotels than most cities in the U.S.
Cozy up with your loyal friend at the Albuquerque Crowne Plaza. This four-star hotel is conveniently located in downtown Albuquerque and allows pets up to 75 pounds. Along with great accommodations, this hotel offers comfy pet beds for resting and sleeping in addition to pet bowls.
The Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown Hotel is another fine four-star hotel that keeps pets just as comfortable as you. There is a limit of 80 pounds, and multiple pets are allowed. Even better, there’s no pet fees.
At the three-star ClubHouse Inn & Suites, pets are welcome, but there is a $15 per pet per night fee. This hotel also offers free breakfast for patrons and free Internet.
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Things to Do With Your Pet in Albuquerque
In addition to many pet friendly hotels in Albuquerque, there are also plenty of pet-friendly attractions. Coronado, Rainbow and Los Altos Dog Parks are just a few of the many dog parks where Fido can run free. Coronado Dog Park is fenced, but you do have to bring water because there are no water fountains at this park. Same thing applies to Los Altos Dog Park. At the Rainbow Dog Park, there are both people water fountains and doggy water fountains. This park also has a separate area for smaller dogs.
Explore the Sandia Man Cave at the Cibola National Park with your leashed pet. Once you park, it’s a 10 minute hike to the cave along a rugged path. You can bring your pet with you right into the cave. Just be sure to bring a flashlight because it’s dark inside. Enjoy a spooky ghost walk tour in Old Town Albuquerque with your well-behaved pet. The tours last about one hour and are led by knowledgeable guides. At the Petroglyph National Monument, there are more than 20,000 Hispanic and Native American petroglyphs. Leashed pets are welcome on the dirt trail. The trail is about 1.5 miles long, so make sure to bring along water for your pet.
There are also many pet-friendly restaurants where you can chow down with your leashed pet. At Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Restaurant, you can enjoy vegan foods in the outdoor dining area with your pet. Firehouse Subs and Cosmo Tapas are also pet friendly-restaurants.
With so many pet friendly hotels in Albuquerque and attractions, there’s no need to leave your best buddy at home.
Make sure to visit our Albuquerque Travel Guide for everything pet friendly.