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With numerous dog parks and eateries that welcome canine companions to dine alongside their owners, San Diego attracts many pet owners who want to bring along pets on their vacation. In fact, San Diego was ranked recently as the third most pet-friendly city in the United States, and that is reflected in the many dog-friendly accommodations throughout the city.

Dogs who love the water will love running on Fiesta Island in San Diego’s Mission Bay or the dog beach on Ocean Beach. Seaport Village is one of the city’s many shopping areas that welcomes dogs, too. The city even has a health food store for pets called Dexter’s Deli. If you’re planning a vacation to San Diego with your beloved pet, you’ll have no shortage of fun things to do. Consider staying at these especially pet-friendly hotels where you and your dog can both relax in style.

The extremely pet-friendly Kona Kai Resort has an Island Paws program to ensure that your canine companion gets to enjoy in the lap of luxury with you. Offering “hosPETality,” the resort welcomes peta with a VIP (Very Important Paws) welcome kit. That includes a special dog treats and in-room dining options from a designated “Bark Butler.” The Island Paws program also includes a pet-friendly room, a luxurious dog bed, a pet water and food bowl, a dog-walking pap, a special door tag to explain that a dog is staying in your room, and pet-friendly areas around the resort. That includes an area where dogs can relieve themselves. The Kona Kai Resort has a $50 nonrefundable daily fee per pet with a maximum of two pets per room.

The Fairmont Grand Del Mar offers luxury to dogs—and their human companions. All dog-friendly accommodations are on the first floor. The resort welcomes up to two dogs per room if they weigh under 50 pounds each. (Other pets are not allowed.) Also, if you choose to bring your dogs along, a nonrefundable cleaning fee will be charged per stay. The Fairmont Grand Del Mar has rooms and suites that have views of the resort gardens, the onsite golf club, or the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve. Dog parks near the Fairmont Grand Del Mar include the Torrey Pines Dog Park and the Pacific Highlands Ranch Dog Park.

The Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter calls itself “enthusiastically pet-friendly” for many good reasons. Pets, guide dogs, and service animals are all welcomed with open arms. (The limit is two pets per room.) Although no pet deposit is required, guests are responsible for their pet’s behavior and any potential damages. Pets are never supposed to be left unattended in your room, and it won’t be serviced if you do leave your pet alone. The hotel has a grass patch on the ninth floor where dogs themselves.

The Ocean Beach Hotel is near Dog Beach, San Diego’s only 24-hour beach for canine companions. The hotel’s first floor is pet-friendly when you book a Courtside Pet-Friendly or Private Patio room. The Ocean Beach Hotel doesn’t believe in add-on charges, so there are no extra fees for bringing your pet along for your stay. Two pets of any size are welcome, but keep in mind that they cannot be left unattended in your room at any point during your stay. If you are planning a last-minute trip, call ahead to make sure that its pet-friendly rooms are available.

The Sofia Hotel happily welcomes dogs of any size. Unlike many hotels, there is no weight restriction. However, guests do need to pay a $35 (plus-tax) pet fee each day. The Sofia Hotel’s 211 modern, well-appointed rooms are chic but comfortable. With the hotel’s focus on harmony and balance, accommodations have relaxing armchairs and an ottoman along with a convenient workstation and ergonomic work chair. With its convenient downtown location, the hotel is just a six-minute walk from the San Diego Opera, and it’s a short drive from dog parks such as the Little Italy Dog Park.

Pet-friendly accommodations are also available at the Pacific Shores Inn Pacific Beach. Dogs that up to 50 pounds are welcome for a fee of $35 per pet. (Dogs over 50 pounds are welcome for an additional fee of $50 per pet.) The upscale hotel has 56 smoke-free rooms. A complimentary continental breakfast is served to guests each morning and complimentary parking is also provided. The Pacific Shores Inn Pacific Beach is near the dynamic amusement park Belmont Park. Nearby dog parks include Capehart Park and the Kate Sessions Park.

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The 44-acre Paradise Point Resort & Spa is a pet-friendly resort that’s surrounded by a one-mile beach. Dogs are welcome in designated ground-floor bungalows, and your four-legged guest can come with you to pet-friendly waterfront eateries on the island. Dogs that stay at Paradise Point Resort & Spa should be well-socialized and non-aggressive with all vaccinations up to date. Dogs should not be left unattended in the room during any part of your stay. A one-time $150 cleaning fee is charged at check-out for guests who bring pets. Although pets are welcome in many areas of the resort, the Paradise Point Resort & Spa will let you know where pets aren’t allowed.

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