Snow King Resort – Jackson Hole, Wyoming doesn’t just stop at dog-friendly trails, oh no, it’s clear from Snow King Resort’s website that they only get us, “Here at Snow King Hotel, our dog-friendly guest rooms have no size or breed restrictions. There is no judgment here. Your guest room will become the place you and your pup relax and rejuvenate for the next day of adventures. Each room is conveniently located with easy access to the outdoors for those pre-bedtime potty walks and early morning Chuck-it sessions.”
Hotel Jerome – Aspen, Colorado. Aspen’s gorgeous Hotel Jerome isn’t just swanky; it’s also full of four-legged friendly amenities. Including a welcome present for your pup, complimentary dog beds/bowls, and a delectable doggy food room service.
Stowe Mountain Lodge – Stowe, Vermont. According to a TripAdvisor reviewer, “The hotel provides pet beds, treats, a walking path (fully equipped with pooper scooper bags!) Dogs are allowed (leashed) in all common areas, including the elevators, upscale lobby, and all outdoor areas except the pool. Although pets are not permitted in the restaurant, we had no problem being served with our dogs by our feet on the adjacent outdoor terrace. Our dogs accompanied us on several nearby hikes and did great!”
The Little Nell – Aspen, Colorado. Little Nell in Aspen knows good “Petiquette” encouraging guests to, “Come, sit, and stay in our “lap” of luxury. Feed your Fido our gourmet doggie biscuits or something from our Dog menu. If the altitude isn’t suiting your Airedale upon arrival, our cozy beds and Puppy Jet Lag Kit should have tails wagging in no time.”