Pet Friendly Hotels in Sacramento, CA
Don’t worry about who will look after your pet while you travel to Sacramento. You can easily book a pet-friendly hotel in Sacramento through Hotels-Rates.com, and many Sacramento attractions, restaurants and businesses welcome pets.
At Hotels-Rates.com our vast database shows 21 pet-friendly Sacramento hotels and motels with rooms at diverse prices and locations across Sacramento. Among the pet-friendly hotels in Sacramento most popular with Hotels-Rates.com users are:
- Travelodge By Wyndham Sacramento Convention Center at 623 16th Street
- Days Inn By Wyndham Sacramento Downtown at 228 Jibboom Street
- The Westin Sacramento at 4800 Riverside Boulevard
- Residence Inn Sacramento Airport Natomas at 2618 Gateway Oaks Drive
- Staybridge Suites Sacramento Airport Natomas at 140 Promenade Circle
- Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Sacramento at 321 Bercut Drive
- Hyatt Regency Sacramento at 1209 L Street
- Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel at 1230 J Street (13th and J Street)
- La Quinta Inn Sacramento Downtown at 200 Jibboom Street
- Best Western Sandman Motel at 236 Jibboom Street
Five pet-friendly hotels in the Hotels-Rates.com database are on Jibboom Street, a great location for dog lovers alongside the Sacramento River and parks surrounding the Sacramento River Bike Trail. Just blocks from your hotel, Jibboom Street crosses the American River into Discovery Park and the American River Parkway, a 32-mile dog-friendly greenway with 82 miles of multi-use trails.
If you are staying at a pet-friendly hotel near Sacramento International Airport in the Natomas neighborhood, the North Natomas Regional Park Dog Park is convenient for you and your pooch. The existing dog park in the facility just off Interstate 5 remains open as the City of Sacramento develops new, separate off-leash areas for large and small dogs to include dog agility equipment, a fire hydrant spray feature, dog wash faucets, and much more opening in mid-2019.
In all, the City of Sacramento has 12 dog parks that provide benches, shade areas, drinking fountains for dogs, and plenty of room to run.
The Old Sacramento Waterfront, a 28-acre entertainment district on the Sacramento River, is another nice place to stroll with your pet on a leash and enjoy shops, restaurants, museums, the old train depot, entertainment and special events. Several shops, restaurants and attractions welcome well-behaved dogs.
But even the most active dog needs to slow down sometimes. Your canine companion could enjoy joining you on a leisurely Sacramento RiverTrain excursion along 14 miles of rail lines from West Sacramento to Woodland, through open farmland, over the Fremont Bridge, and through the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area. The Sacramento RiverTrain allows up to five dogs in open-air cars on its Beer Train, Old Vine Express (a wine lovers’ excursion) and the RiverTrain Excursion, which showcases Gold Rush history with a stop for a try at gem mining.
Closer to Downtown Sacramento, take your dog to check out Midtown's Paws and the Palette bakery and retail shop at 1014 24th Street for its collection of pet-friendly treats (including vegan dog treats) and animal-themed accessories and gifts.
As you enjoy your stay in Sacramento, be sure to ask shop owners and restaurants about their pleasure concerning the presence of your pup. One count finds over 130 dog-friendly restaurants in Sacramento, which is known asAmerica’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.
Sacramento’s 250 days of sunshine over the course of the year, its plentiful dog parks and miles of trails and public spaces, like Capitol Park around the State Capitol and the World Peace Rose Garden in the heart of Downtown Sacramento, make it a great place for be with you four-legged friends. And you can start and end each day in a comfortable and conveniently located pet-friendly hotel in Sacramento, CA, by booking it now through Hotels-Rates.com.