Parent Company
Hilton Worldwide
Type of Hotel:
Midscale
Typical Pet Policy
(varies by location)
Average
nightly rate from
$124
Customer Ratings
"This hotel is a great stop on 95 for You and your pets. The pet wing is clean and the walking area is well lit at night and very large. I have stayed at this hotel a number of times now while traveling and have never been disappointed with the staff or accommodations. "
Petswelcome
Amenities Rating
Standard Amenities

  • Pet friendly
  • Cook-to-order breakfast
  • Free WiFi
  • On-site restaurant
  • Fitness center
  • Business center
  • Indoor pool
  • Room service

Hilton Garden Inn Pet friendly hotels, locations & pet policies

Find a Pet Friendly Hilton Garden Inn

Type of Hotel:
Midscale
Customer Ratings
"This hotel is a great stop on 95 for You and your pets. The pet wing is clean and the walking area is well lit at night and very large. I have stayed at this hotel a number of times now while traveling and have never been disappointed with the staff or accommodations. "
Typical Pet Policy
(varies by location)

Hilton Garden Inn Pet Policies & Information

When you think of the name Hilton, you might conjure up an image of a grand luxury hotel that is most likely beyond your means and not necessarily the place you’d book for a family vacation, especially with your dog or cat. But Hilton Worldwide works hard to counter that notion with Hilton Garden Inns, which offer business and leisure travelers stylish accommodations with plenty of open space, natural light, and a hospitality philosophy they describe as “warm, sunny service.” Hilton Garden Inn is Hilton’s second largest brand and has more than 950 hotels in 56 countries and territories worldwide. There are more than 740 in the US and practically all of them are pet friendly.

What is Hilton Garden Inn's Pet Policy?

Hilton Garden Inns properties have fairly consistent pet policies across all their properties. In general, they all accept cats and dogs, which is good news for feline lovers. Their most common pet fee structure is a one-time charge of $75 for up to 4 nights, and $125 for more than 5 nights. You will also find that a lot of their properties use that same formula but charge $50 for the first 4 nights and $75 for any more than that. They all have a 2 pet limit per room. Be sure to check Petswelcome to verify the specific policy of the Hilton Garden Inn you are considering.

About Hilton Garden Inn

Petswelcome visitors have great things to say about Hilton Garden Inns. Overall, they give five stars for Pet Friendliness, Human Friendliness and Overall Satisfaction. Most are extremely happy with the spaciousness, open décor and comfort of the rooms, including generous workspaces, lots of charging stations and in-room refrigerators. They also really appreciate the service and always comment on how much the staff seems to enjoy their pets.

Hilton Garden Inns offer business and leisure travelers stylish accommodations with plenty of open space, natural light, and a hospitality philosophy they describe as 'warm, sunny service.'

A large portion of Hilton Garden Inn’s success can be attributed to offering upscale accommodations at affordable prices. They also provide a host of unexpected amenities that make a typical stay much more than a good night’s sleep. These amenities are especially notable when it comes to their food and drink offerings which include cooked-to-order breakfasts, handcrafted cocktails from the bar, and on-site restaurants that specialize in trendy small plate meals designed for sharing. They also have 24-hour retail spaces where you can grab everything from hot coffee to locally inspired snacks—and maybe even a treat for your dog or cat.

Hilton Garden Inn began in the late 1980s as CrestHill by Hilton. The brand’s name was changed to Hilton Garden Inn in 1990 and has become one of their fastest growing brands. It was ranked as the #4 Upscale Hotel Brand by Business Travel News and in the Top 5 of the “Hotels & Motels” category by Entrepreneur Franchise 500 in 2023.

Next time you’re thinking of hitting the road with your pet, you might check out a Hilton Garden Inn. With upscale, spacious rooms, awesome amenities, and a promise that guarantees making your stay “better and brighter,” we think you’ll feel like you just found the best kept secret in the pet-friendly hotel marketplace, one that, we’re confident, your whole family will want to visit again.

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