Pet travel starts with finding a pet friendly lodging. We are currently showing 90 pet-friendly hotels in San Antonio, Texas, 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 San Antonio, 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 San Antonio.

Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels in San Antonio

Pet Policy: Aloft San Antonio Airport welcomes dogs up to 40 pounds.* Our pet-friendly arf(SM) program offers a special bed, bowl, and a doggie bag of woof-alicious treats and toys, all complimentary to use during your stay.

Policy Confirmed: 08/20/2019 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 08/20/2019

Pet Policy: Small pets allowed for a $5 charge per day.

Policy Confirmed: 09/17/2014 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 09/17/2014

Featured Pet-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes in San Antonio


The Point Park & Eats

24188 Boerne Stage Road,
San Antonio, TX
Pet Friendly The Point Park & Eats in San Antonio, Texas

The Point Park & Eats is an open air bar and mobile food truck park located in the community of Leon Springs in San Antonio. A kid friendly establishment offering a Rainbow play scape, basketball slab, shaded outdoor seating, air conditioned indoor seating, free wi-fi & pet friendly (pets must be leashed). The Point features the best mobile food trucks in San Antonio Texas and the surrounding areas. Visit a food truck and craft beer bar Wednesday through Sunday. Food truck schedules rotate weekly.


Augie's Barbed Wire Smokehouse

3709 N. St. Mary's,
San Antonio, TX
Pet Friendly Augie's Barbed Wire Smokehouse in San Antonio, Texas

Augie's Barbed Wire Smokehouse has a dog friendly patio... and ribs that you will talk about for years when you return home from your travels.

Featured Pet-Friendly Bars in San Antonio


Alamo Ice House

804 North Alamo St.,
San Antonio, TX
Pet Friendly Alamo Ice House in San Antonio, Texas

Alamo Ice House is a tribute to Live Music, Sports, BBQ & Brew. The gravel-filled, pet-friendly patio has several picnic tables, fire pits, a handful of lawn chairs, globe string lights and a few games of washers, but the highlight is the stage. They have several beers on tap and there are plenty of bottles and cans to choose from, including Austin Eastciders, Lone Star and REKÕs pils. There is a small, but suitable menu of barbecue sandwiches, tacos and sides.


Beto's Comida Latina

8142 Broadway,
San Antonio, TX
Pet Friendly Beto's Comida Latina in San Antonio, Texas

Dogs welcome on the patio. Cooking it fresh and just a little healthier---digging down a little further south to serve up the best empanadas in the free world.

Featured Pet-Friendly Dog Parks in San Antonio


McAllister Dog Park

Inside McAllister Park,
San Antonio, TX

McAllister Dog Park is in McAllister park. It is a huge people park with a very special place for humans to let their dogs off leash. The dog park portion has ample parking and doggie waste pick up supplies. The enclosed area is partially shaded with seating and a couple of picnic tables. Dogs must have vaccinations/tags. If you google McAllister Dog Park + San Antonio, you can find directions. It is convenient for most travelers as it is close to the airport. Humans who don't have internet access and need directions are welcome to give me a call.


Southwest Dog Park

Old Pearsall Rd,
San Antonio, TX

I don't know the exact name of the park but there is a dog park on Old Pearsall Rd. in San Antonio, TX. They have an enclosed area where dog owners can take their dogs off the leash and let them run around. There are ramps and such for the dogs to play on.