St Paul, Minnesota Pet Friendly Hotels Lodging

St Paul, Minnesota Pet Friendly Hotels & Lodging

Looking for a hotel in St Paul, MN that you can bring your pet to? We made sure that each one of the hotels below are pet friendly, so you can enjoy your trip with your pet by your side! Once you have found a pet friendly hotel, you can book your stay instantly from our website or call 866-212-1803 to speak with a pet travel agent.

Browse Pet Friendly Hotels In St Paul, Minnesota

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$99/night
161 Saint Anthony Avenue - St Paul, MN (Map)
Best Western Plus Capitol Ridge welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 1 50 pound or less pet is allowed in each room. The pet fee is $20.00 per accommodation, per night.
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$132/night
1010 Bandana Blvd W - St Paul, MN (Map)
Best Western Plus Como Park Hotel is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring 2 pets. The pet fee is $10 per stay. Only Dogs Are Allowed.
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$92/night
1964 University Ave W - St Paul, MN (Map)
Days Inn by Wyndham St. Paul-Minneapolis-Midway welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 1 pet is allowed in each room. The pet fee is $10 per accommodation, per night.
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$154/night
200 West 7th Street - St Paul, MN (Map)
Pet guests are welcome at pet friendly Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown St. Paul. Each room can have pets which can be up to 35 pounds. The pet fee is $75 per pet, per night.
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$119/night
180 Kellogg Boulevard East - St Paul, MN (Map)
Hyatt Place St. Paul/Downtown welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 2 50 pound or less pets are allowed in each room. The pet fee is $75 per accommodation, per stay. Only Dogs Are Allowed.
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$54/night
1739 Old Hudson Rd - St Paul, MN (Map)
All pets stay FREE at Motel 6. There is a limit of 2 pets per room. No breed or weight restrictions. Pets are permitted unless they pose a health or safety risk or are prohibited by law. Pets should not be left alone in your room. All pets and service animals must be declared at check-in.