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If you are planning a trip to California and want to take Fido along for the ride, you need to know what your hotel options are. Pet-friendly hotels are not necessarily rare in the state, but there are fewer than regular hotels. However, that does not mean that you are without options. Here are some hotels where you and Rover can stay happily together without having to surrender him or her to your local dog boarding kennels for the duration of your stay.
Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort
This hotel offers something for everyone – particularly considering the location. Here, your dog is just as welcome as you, and you have some great amenities. Nearby, you will find locations like the Crystal Cathedral, as well as Knott's Berry Farm and much more.
Big Bear Frontier
If you are looking for a pet-friendly hotel that's located in a tranquil, serene area, then this is it. Right on the lake, this hotel offers excellent amenities both in the rooms and on the property. All rooms include a full kitchen with all the utensils, a DVD player, a fireplace and more. On property, you'll find a game room, a hot tub and a heated pool, as well as outdoor activities.
Four Seasons Aviara Resort
Located in Carlsbad, CA, this hotel offers luxury and pampering for you and your pooch. There is lots to love on this property, including golf, a luxury spa, restaurants, a business center, and numerous other amenities and features.
There are plenty of pet-friendly hotels located throughout the state of California. You and your pet will not lack for options.
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