PET FRIENDLY Lenexa

PET FRIENDLY Lenexa

Pet travel starts with finding a pet friendly lodging. We are currently showing 6 pet-friendly hotels in Lenexa, Kansas, which we define as dog friendly or cat friendly. Some of the hotels also accept other animals such as birds or ferrets. Our lodgings also include listings for pet-friendly Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins and Cottages, Inns and Motels if they are available in a particular location.

Another important piece of the puzzle is knowing fun places to take your pet. Let's face it, if you're going to take your dog to Lenexa, you don't want to leave him behind in the hotel room. What fun is that for either of you? That's why we also provide fun pet-friendly parks and beaches as well as pet-friendly cafes, bars, stores and shopping malls it they are available in the area. You can find these by browsing our list of pet-friendly places in Lenexa.

Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels in Lenexa

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Candlewood Suites Lenexa - Overland Park Area

9630 Rosehill Road
Lenexa, KS 66215
9630 Rosehill Road
Lenexa, KS 66215

Pet Policy: 60 pound pet limit. A one time non refundable deposit of 25.00 and a 10.00 additional fee per day not to surpass a total of 150.00. Pit Bulls are not allowed in Johnson County Kansas. Please fill out dog resume to include updated shots at check in.

Policy Confirmed: 07/31/2018 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 07/31/2018

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Hyatt Place Kansas City/Lenexa City Center

8741 Ryckert St
Lenexa, KS 66219
8741 Ryckert St
Lenexa, KS 66219

Pet Policy: Pet fee: USD 75 per accommodation, per night

Policy Confirmed: 03/24/2018 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 03/24/2018

Featured Pet-Friendly Bars in Lenexa

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Blue Moose Bar & Grill

10064 Woodland Rd.,
Lenexa, KS
913-213695
Pet Friendly Blue Moose Bar & Grill in Lenexa, Kansas

Have you heard about the legend of the Blue Moose? The legend of the Blue Moose started over 10 years ago in the neighborly confines of Prairie Village, Kansas. Stories of this tall, darkish blue beast with huge antlers quickly spread throughout the area. Grandparents told their grandchildren tales of the elusive and mysterious Blue Moose, most claiming to have personally seen him off in the distance on a cold and foggy night. Dogs welcome to see if they can spot the Blue Moose from the patio, serving great beer, shrimp, wantons and more.