Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in New Orleans

Separation anxiety is real, so why bother?

We don’t like to leave our pets at home when we travel, and honestly, we ask for updates and wonder how they’re doing half the time. Don’t you?
 
Solution: bring our furry friends on vacay with us. There are plenty of hotels that welcome pets–and even offer treats, beds, concierge services, and more. We love the inclusive attitudes.
 
So avoid the painful separation and bring your little buddy to New Orleans. Here’s our list of some of the city’s best pet-friendly hotels.



Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans

The Royal Sonesta is a go-to for New Orleans travelers. Their pet policy is one of the top reasons tourists book a room at this familiar hotel. Here, guests can bring two pets up to thirty pounds for a fee of $75. Make sure to bring a copy of their up-to-date vaccinations. Although pets can’t be left unattended in rooms, we’re sure you’ll find plenty of places to take your furry one with you.

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Le Meridien New Orleans

Le Meridien welcomes pets up to forty pounds for an additional fee of $100 per stay. That’s a pretty good deal for a pet policy, considering the luxury of this spot. The hotel suggests calling ahead to confirm availability, as pet-friendly rooms are limited. Should you need to run out for any reason and your pet isn’t going to chew up the curtains, they can stay in the room unattended.

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Aloft New Orleans Downtown

We love pet-friendly hotels with zero fees. We love pet-friendly hotels that know how to treat our four-legged friends properly even more. At Aloft, you can bring three (yes, three!) dogs up to forty-five pounds. While they can’t stay in the room alone, the hotel provides bowls, treats, and beds upon request.

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W New Orleans - French Quarter

We’re not lying when we say that all their rooms are pet-friendly. W New Orleans, in the tourist-favorite French Quarter, lets you bring two pets up to thirty pounds for an extra fee of $100. You can leave your pet unattended in your room–or even better, take them for a walk on the waterfront, which is just a couple blocks away.

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