• Pet-friendly hotels



Seattle is a city on the Pacific coast. It is surrounded by an environment of spectacular nature, with forests and mountains. It is well known for its technological side, with important multinationals that have their headquarters here such as Microsoft and Amazon. The city is located between Lake Washington and the bay known as Puget Sound, just 155 kilometers south of the Canadian border. Seattle is the hometown of Jimi Hendrix and is reputed to be the cradle of grunge music, which is called the Seattle Sound, of which Nirvana and Pearl Jam are known worldwide.
The Starbucks chain of coffee shops is also famous for being originally from here.
The city's tourist logo is the 184-meter Space Needle, a telecommunications tower that remains from the 1962 World's Fair. One of the city's most famous characters is Eclipse, who gets on the D-line bus every day. to go to his favorite park. Downtown Seattle has many street sculptures, many flowers, bars and restaurants with outside terraces, a modern, well-organized city.

Belltown Inn

Hotel 3rd Avenue, Belltown, Seattle

Executive Hotel Pacific

Hotel Spring St Seattle Central Business District

La Quinta by Wyndham Seattle Sea-Tac Airport

Hotel South 188th Street, SeaTac

The Westin Seattle

Hotel Fifth Avenue, Belltown, Seattle

Hotel Sorrento

Hotel Madison Street, Seattle, WA 98104

Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle

Hotel Roy Street, Queen Anne, Seattle

Ace Hotel Seattle

Hotel 1st Avenue, Belltown, Seattle, WA 98121

Fairmont Olympic Hotel

Hotel University Street, Seattle Central Business District

Motif Seattle

Hotel Fifth Avenue, Seattle Central Business District

Tourism plan with pet

Seattle Travel Plan for You and Your Dog

Day 1: Arrival in Seattle

  • Arrival at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA): Welcome to Seattle! Ensure your dog is comfortable during the flight and don't forget to bring all necessary documents for their travel.
  • Check-in at Pet-Friendly Hotel: Seattle offers several pet-friendly hotels. We recommend booking in advance at one of these establishments to ensure a comfortable stay for you and your dog.
  • Exploring Gas Works Park: After settling into the hotel, take a stroll through Gas Works Park. Enjoy the views of Lake Union while your dog enjoys the open spaces.

Day 2: Adventures in Seattle

  • Visit to a Dog Park: Start the day by taking your dog to one of Seattle's dog-friendly parks, such as Magnuson Park Off-Leash Area or Golden Gardens Park, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
  • Exploring Pike Place Market: Take a walk through Pike Place Market and visit attractions such as the Pike Place Fish Market and the original Starbucks store. Many outdoor areas in Pike Place Market allow dogs on leashes.
  • Dinner at a Pet-Friendly Restaurant: End the day with a delicious dinner at one of Seattle's pet-friendly restaurants. Many establishments offer outdoor seating where you can dine with your pet.

Day 3: Enjoyment and Relaxation

  • Visit to a Dog-Friendly Trail: Spend the morning walking along the Burke-Gilman Trail, where your dog can enjoy the scenic views of the city.
  • Exploring Fremont: Explore the eclectic neighborhood of Fremont, where you'll find pet-friendly shops and cafes. Many establishments welcome well-behaved dogs on leashes.
  • Farewell to Seattle: Take a final walk along the Seattle waterfront or through Discovery Park before heading home with your dog, cherishing the memories of your Seattle adventure.

We hope this travel plan inspires you to enjoy an unforgettable experience in Seattle with your faithful furry friend. Have an incredible trip!

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