Pet travel starts with finding a pet friendly lodging. We are currently showing 18 pet-friendly hotels in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 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 Grand Rapids, 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 Grand Rapids.

Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels in Grand Rapids

Pet Policy: Pets are welcome with a fee of $10.00 per night.

Policy Confirmed: 01/14/2015 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 01/14/2015

Pet Policy: Dogs Welcome. Pets Allowed On The Availability Of Pet Friendly Rooms. Max 2 Dogs Per Room With A 80 lb max weight. Other pets (Cats, Birds, Etc) possibly accepted. Fee of $10.00/day With A $100/wk max.

Policy Confirmed: 06/03/2014 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 06/03/2014

Featured Pet-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes in Grand Rapids


Sundance Grill & Bar

151 Ottawa Ave NW,
Grand Rapids, MI
Pet Friendly Sundance Grill & Bar in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Dogs welcome at outdoor seating


One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom

136 Fulton St E,
Grand Rapids, MI
Pet Friendly One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Outdoor seating allows pets

Featured Pet-Friendly Bars in Grand Rapids



25 Ionia,
Grand Rapids, MI

Visit their website at check out the events page from dog days of summer and dog day afternoons where: DOG DAY AFTERNOONS Bring your best friend to our newly opened patio to while away a Sunday afternoon with you. Your dog should be: * Friendly to all. If your dog has issues with other dogs or people, leave him home. * Leashed! Loose dogs can trip up our servers, causing tragic drink spillage. * Not obnoxious - no crazy barking, excessive begging, no leg-riding I think you know what I mean etc. * Sober. If you give your dog beer at home, that's your business, but we don't need the SPCA all up in our grill, so it's water only. Even if Fido is over 21 We'll have water bowls, and whatever treats and toys I remember to pick up. Bowser Beer is here! It's "beer" for dogs. Stella found it malty, salty and meaty and was happy to share with her new friend Wally. Order one for your pooch! DOG DAYS OF SUMMER In celebration of the