Desert Dogs: 5 Pet-Friendly Hotels & Resorts in Scottsdale
Scottsdale is one of Arizona’s most dog-friendly cities. We’re home to countless pet-friendly green spaces like parks and trail systems, and many of our restaurants and public places welcome pets, too. And, in true Scottsdale fashion, some of our top resorts and hotels provide your four-legged friends with five-star treatment, including onsite amenities and treats, of course. We love our pets. And we know you love your pets, too. When it’s time for your next vacation, put your paws up at these dog-friendly Scottsdale hotels and resorts.
A paradise for pets, Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows features 23 acres of expansive grounds which include verdant sprawling lawns, cactus gardens and serene shady groves at every turn. This desert retreat features both suites and homey bungalows, each of which is complete with a private entrance and open-air patio. In addition to the ample green space and room to roam, Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows wins two paws up for its pet-friendly amenities, including a doggy menu of canine-approved eats like the Rover Easy (two scrambled eggs) and the Bow Wow Burger (an 8-ounce grass-fed beef patty). A portion of the proceeds from each doggy meal benefits the Scottsdale-based animal rescue organization, Lucky Dog Rescue.
Pet fee: Pets stay free through December 31, 2022; up to two pets per room, 50-pound individual weight limit, 75-pound combined weight limit.
B&B meets luxury at the Bespoke Inn Scottsdale. Encompassing 10 suites and guest rooms, Bespoke Inn Scottsdale’s intimate setting offers an experience unlike any other in Old Town. Situated in the heart of the Arts District, this distinctive destination delivers best-in-class service to guests and their furry companions with amenities for pets like food and water bowls, and dog-friendly patio dining at the inn’s award-winning onsite restaurant, Virtú Honest Craft. Plus, Bespoke Inn is just minutes away from dog friendly places in Scottsdale including the walking trails along the Arizona Canal and greenspaces like the Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt and Chaparral Dog Park.
Pet fee: $35; up to two pets per room, no weight restrictions.
For the royal treatment, check in at Royal Palms Resort and Spa. Resting below the Valley’s most recognizable landmark, Camelback Mountain, this historic Spanish-style sanctuary encompasses nine acres of manicured outdoor space and comprises luxury accommodations ranging from Mediterranean-inspired rooms and deluxe rooms and suites to casitas with private patios that overlook the picturesque premises. And, Royal Palms’ Royal Paws program ensures that every four-legged guest is treated like nobility, with pet-friendly amenities that include a plush bed, bowls and tennis balls for playful pups. Additionally, hungry hounds can enjoy the resort’s dedicated pet menu which features dishes like the Chew-Dité and Rebarkable Burger.
Pet fee: $150; up to two pets per room, 50-pound individual weight limit, 75-pound combined weight limit.
Nestled near Pinnacle Peak and boasting sweeping views of the Sonoran Desert, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale Troon North is among the city’s most luxurious dog-friendly hotels. Accommodations range from cozy casitas with furnished patios to roomy suites with outdoor living areas that provide pups with both room to relax and exciting desert smells to sniff. Plus, the North Scottsdale getaway has accessible paved pathways throughout the property that are perfect for morning walks.
Pet fee: No additional fee; 30-pound weight limit.
Located in Scottsdale’s buzziest neighborhood, Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town is an urban escape that’s walking distance to Scottsdale’s top restaurants, nightclubs, shopping areas and art spaces. Here, posh pets can enjoy a thoughtful welcome gift that includes essentials like treats and potty bags as well as a comfy pet bed, bowls and placemat, and a “four-legged guest of honor” door hanger for the room. Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town also is just minutes from dog friendly places like the Arizona Canal paths, Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt and Chaparral Dog Park.
Pet fee: $50; 75-pound weight limit.