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12 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Colorado Springs

Written by Carri Wilbanks & Becca Blond
Oct 30, 2019

Colorado Springs is one of the most pet-friendly cities in Colorado, offering a range of hotels and resorts, from budget to five-star, that cater to dogs (and often cats). This beautiful city at the base of 14,000-plus-foot Pikes Peak also boasts plenty of dog-friendly patios. It even has a dog-focused restaurant, where pups are allowed inside and can order off their own menu, while human dishes are served in dog bowls!

Colorado Springs is the second largest city in Colorado and stretches to the east and west of I-25, which runs through its center. The city is home to a number of military bases, as well as the Air Force Academy at its north end.

The Downtown area is easily walkable and home to a number of good restaurants and boutique shops, as well as some mid-range and luxury hotels. The liberal arts Colorado College is at the north side of Downtown. To the south of the city center, you'll find more dog-friendly hotels and resorts just off I-25 and nestled in the foothills to the west. There are more properties around Garden of the Gods park.

Most Colorado Springs properties cater to families, as well as couples, with amenities for both. Find a great place to stay with our list of the top pet-friendly hotels and resorts in Colorado Springs.

1. The Broadmoor

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Pups are pampered when staying at The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs' only 5-star resort. This gorgeous property resembles a European lakeside village and has a distinct old-world ambience about it.

The resort allows up to two dogs per room and there is a fee of $75 per pet, per night to stay. Dogs are greeted with treats and fawned over by staff, and there is even a doggie room service menu should your pup get hungry.

The resort is also very family friendly, with activities for kids and children's menus at its restaurants. Accommodation is in a mix of rooms, suites, and cottages, and the decor is luxe.

There are three swimming pools, multiple restaurants, a wonderful spa, and three golf courses on-site. While the in-house Broadmoor Outfitters, can arrange activities, from rock climbing to falconry.

Accommodation: The Broadmoor

2. Drury Inn & Suites Colorado Springs

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At the mid-range Drury Inn & Suites, up to two dogs and cats are welcome to stay in your room for a fee of $35 per night plus tax. Note that you are not supposed to leave your pet unattended in the room, however. The hotel also keeps biscuits at the front counter for canine guests and there is a grassy relief area on the grounds.

The hotel offers a range of room layouts, including suites with microwaves and refrigerators that will appeal to families with small kids. The hotel is located just off I-25 near the Air Force Academy on the north end of town.

Amenities include a free hot breakfast buffet and light bites in the early evening. There is also a swimming pool, hot tub, and gym on-site.

Address: 1170 Inerquest Pkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Drury Inn & Suites Colorado Springs

3. The Mining Exchange A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa

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Right in the heart of Downtown, The Mining Exchange is an affordable luxe property that allows up to two canine guests of any size for a fee of $75 per stay. Cats are not allowed here, however. And dogs are not to be left in the room unattended.

This boutique property is in a building dating back to 1902. It was originally utilized as the city's mining stock exchange back in a time when such a thing existed. It has since been transformed into a hotel but still retains some original design elements, like the elaborate embellishment on the top of the building that was a favorite style with early 1900s architects.

The rooms here are contemporary in decor and come with exposed brick accent walls. On-site amenities include a restaurant, spa, and fitness room.

Accommodation: The Mining Exchange A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa

4. Staybridge Suites Colorado Springs

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At the North end of Colorado Springs near the Air Force Academy, Staybridge Suites are a good-value pet friendly option. Dogs and cats are welcome for a fee of $75 per stay up to six nights or $150 if you stay for a week or longer.

The all-suite accommodation is also popular with families, as there is plenty of space to move around, and the suites feature kitchenettes. They are also nicely decorated and come with comfy beds and amenities like free Wi-Fi. The largest suites have two bedrooms and separate living space.

A free hot breakfast buffet is laid out for guests in the mornings. There are also evening social hours. In summer, you can take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool. Or work out in the gym 24/7 year-round. Laundry facilities are also found on-site.

Address: 7130 Commerce Center Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Staybridge Suites Colorado Springs

5. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs

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At the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs, both dogs and cats are welcome to stay, although pets are supposed to be under 50 pounds. You'll also incur a $75 fee per stay. The good news about staying here is that well-behaved pets can be left alone in the room.

The hotel is just south of Downtown by the World Arena Convention Center and easy to access from I-25. The rooms and suites come in a variety of configurations. The suites are family friendly, with kitchenettes, living and dining space, and balconies.

When it comes to amenities, you can swim in the indoor pool, workout at the gym, or check out the game room.There is also a low-key restaurant onsite.

Address: 1775 E Cheyenne Mountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Colorado Springs

6. Cheyenne Mountain Resort Colorado Springs, A Dolce Resort

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The luxe Cheyenne Mountain Resort runs a Bed and Biscuit Club for its canine guests-you'll get lots of info on area dog parks, dog-friendly restaurants, and hiking trails. Only dogs are allowed to stay, and there are a max of two per room. Well-behaved dogs can stay alone in the room-just make sure to hang the Privacy Please sign up. There is also a $35 per dog, per day fee for staying.

Near Garden of the Gods and boasting amazing Pikes Peak views, the resort is a great choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway. The rooms are mountain stylish and comfortable.

Families are also welcome, and one of the five on-site swimming pools is kid-focused. Other amenities include a manmade lake with a sand beach, a spa, and a golf course. There are also two restaurants, and the resort is known for a great Sunday brunch.

Address: 3225 Broadmoor Valley Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Cheyenne Mountain Resort Colorado Springs, A Dolce Resort

7. The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel

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In the heart of Downtown Colorado Springs, The Antlers has a prime location. It allows up to two dogs per room for an extra fee of $50 per stay. Dogs cannot be left in the rooms alone here, however.

The hotel offers a range of stylish rooms and suites with comfortable beds and large windows that either look out at the mountains or the city. Flatscreen TVs hang from the wall, and there are also built-in desks in the rooms. Many of the suites also feature Jacuzzi tubs.

On-site amenities include a restaurant serving American cuisine, as well as an indoor swimming pool and a gym.

Address: 4 S Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel

8. Sonesta ES Suites Colorado Springs

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For a pet-friendly, extended-stay sleep in Colorado Springs, the all-suite Sonesta ES Suites is a solid choice. The hotel welcomes up to two pets per room for a fee of $75 for less than three nights and $150 for three or more nights.

The property also offers oversized suites that come with great perks like premium movie channels and kitchens with all features except ovens (these do come with stove tops). Some suites also feature fireplaces. The suites come in a few different sizes as well.

Amenities include a free breakfast buffet, as well as evening snacks. There is also an outdoor swimming pool open in summer, as well as a gym and on-site convenience store that stays open 24 hours per day.

Address: 3880 N. Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Sonesta ES Suites Colorado Springs

9. The Academy Hotel Colorado Springs

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At The Academy Hotel, two pets of any size are welcome to stay for a fee of $10 per pet, per night, and both dogs and cats are invited to stay. You can only leave your pet alone in the room, however, if they are crated. The hotel also offers a grassy dog relief area with waste bags in its south parking lot.

The hotel is super convenient if you are visiting a cadet at the Air Force Academy, as it is the closest hotel to its grounds and also convenient to I-25. It offers a range of modern rooms and suites with kitchenettes. The suites also come with whirlpool bathtubs and separate living rooms.

There is a free hot breakfast served in the morning, and the heated indoor swimming pool is another perk of staying here. There is also an outdoor hot tub and a restaurant serving American fare.

Address: 8110 N. Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: The Academy Hotel Colorado Springs

10. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Colorado Springs Downtown Area

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Convenient to Downtown and Colorado College, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites also welcomes pets. Guests can bring up to two dogs weighing 35 pounds or less for a fee of $75 per stay. Dog toys are offered at check in and there is a designated pet relief area at the south end of the hotel.

Other perks to staying here include modern rooms and suites with a selection of pillow choices and premium cable channels. If you're traveling as a family, kids stay free, and the suites have pullout couches for sleeping. Breakfast is also free, and there is an indoor swimming pool, as well as complimentary parking.

Address: 105 N. Spruce Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Colorado Springs Downtown Area

11. Hyatt Place Colorado Springs

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At the Hyatt Place, which is about equidistant from Garden of the Gods park and Downtown, you can bring one mid-sized pup per room for a fee of $75 per stay up to a week (more for extended stays). Dogs are not to be left alone in rooms, and the hotel has a small grassy area for pets to relieve themselves.

The rooms are simple but clean and comfortable and come with large flatscreen TVs and mini-fridges. Some have views of Pikes Peak. There is also a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a gym that stays open 24/7. The free hot breakfast is another perk.

Address: 503 Garden of the Gods Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: Hyatt Place Colorado Springs

12. TownPlace Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs South

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Many types of pets-even hamsters-are welcome to stay at TownPlace Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs South. You can bring two pets up to 70 pounds for a fee of $150 per stay.

This all-suites property caters to extended-stay guests but is also great for families, as rooms come with, at minimum, kitchenettes. There is also plenty of space to move around, and the accommodations are modern, clean, and comfortable.

A buffet breakfast is included in the rate, as is Wi-Fi. Other amenities include an indoor swimming pool and a fitness center.

Address: 1530 N. Newport Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Accommodation: TownPlace Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs South

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