Pet travel starts with finding a pet friendly lodging. We are currently showing 18 pet-friendly hotels in Reno, Nevada, 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 Reno, 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 Reno.

Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels in Reno

Pet Policy: Pets are welcome with no pet fee or deposit. Up to two pets with a maximum combined weight of 50 pounds.

Policy Confirmed: 09/29/2020 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 09/29/2020

Rates: $109 - $189

Pet Policy: Pets welcome! A maximum of two pets are allowed in each suite. A $25 (+ tax) per day, per pet fee for the first month (not to exceed $150 + tax per pet), payable the first night of your stay and is charged at check-in. Each month thereafter is a $10 non-refundable fee (+tax) per day for the first 5 days of each month (not to exceed $50 + tax per month, per pet). Height and length restrictions apply: pets can be no longer than 36 inches and no taller than 36 inches (approximately 65 lbs.) Larger, or more than two pets requires property manager’s approval.

Policy Confirmed: 07/16/2018 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 07/16/2018

Featured Pet-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes in Reno


Stone House Cafe

1907 S Arlington Ave.,
Reno, NV
Pet Friendly Stone House Cafe in Reno, Nevada

Dogs welcome at outdoor seating


Swill Coffee & Wine

3366 Lakeside Ct.,
Reno, NV
Pet Friendly Swill Coffee & Wine in Reno, Nevada

Dogs welcome at outdoor seating