No family vacation is complete without every member of your crew—and in Central Oregon, that includes your four-legged fur babies.
Fortunately, pet-friendly offerings abound across the region—where leashed pets are welcome on hiking trails, well-behaved dogs are invited to our food cart pods, pups can frolic in countless dog parks, and pampered pooches spend the night in pet-friendly hotels.
A few of those hotels in Bend, Oregon, that allow dogs include:
Keep reading for more insight on pet-friendly hotels in Bend, Oregon—along with what each offers and why it might be right for the whole family on your next trip to Central Oregon.
Pet-Friendly Oxford Hotel in Downtown Bend
Oxford Hotel Bend, housed in the heart of downtown, is one of the region’s most luxurious overnight stays—for owners and pets alike.
Several of the hotel’s upscale suites are larger than some apartments, giving pets plenty of room to spread out and relax after a day on the trail or at the dog park. Oxford’s dog-friendly package includes a personal pet bed, dog bowls, organic treats, and a map of local parks and walking trails. Note that up to two pets are permitted in each room. Their owners, meanwhile, enjoy access to an on-site spa and fitness center, valet parking, free loaner cruiser bikes, and electric vehicle charging stations.
Dog-Friendly Wall Street Suites in Downtown Bend
Several of the rooms at Wall Street Suites are dog-friendly—and each pet receives a couch cover, food and water dishes, and free bag of treats upon arrival. In case your dog has any energy after a day of hiking through the mountains of Central Oregon, you can let them run free at an on-site, off-leash dog park. Up to two dogs, each weighing 70 pounds or less, are welcome in each room.
Other amenities at the chic lodging include fully furnished kitchens, an on-site market stocked with essential provisions, outdoor fire pits, and free snowshoe rentals.
Pets Welcome at Waypoint Hotel
Not far from downtown Bend and along the city’s bustling Third Avenue, Waypoint Hotel offers plenty of rest and relaxation for two-legged and four-legged guests alike.
The trendy boutique hotel hosts 110 guest rooms outfitted with comfortable beds and amenities that make it hard to head out for the day—including an outdoor hot tub, a seasonal swimming pool, local craft beer and cider on tap in the lobby, and outdoor fire pits.
Up to two pets can join their owners in each room for a small fee—pet sheets and treats are included—and can run around a small parklet that’s covered in green turf and equipped with water faucets and waste bags. Water bowls may be purchased in the hotel’s gift shop, as well.
Pets Allowed at McMenamins Old St. Francis School
The Old St. Francis School sits in a building that once housed a Catholic schoolhouse—and has transformed the property into one of Bend’s most energetic overnight stays.
The McMenamins property comprises 60 guest rooms (each outfitted with eccentric artwork and cozy beds), an indoor soaking pool, five pubs and bars (several of which offer pet-friendly outdoor seating areas), a spacious outdoor common area with numerous fire pits, and a movie theater showing the latest hits.
The hotel welcomes pets for an additional fee, with no size or weight restrictions, and pet owners receive maps that show nearby off-leash play areas upon check-in. The hotel’s location in downtown Bend means visitors enjoy easy access to plentiful outdoor dining and the nearby Drake Park, home to walking trails along the Deschutes River—both ideal for friendly pups. Learn more about fun things to do when visiting Bend, Oregon.
Pet-Friendly Pine Ridge Inn in Bend
The Pine Ridge Inn sits on a forested ridgetop at a bend in the Deschutes River, offering a relaxing getaway that nevertheless provides easy access to some of the city’s top attractions—like the Old Mill District.
Broader amenities at the upscale hotel include a glass of Oregon wine or local craft beer upon arrival, in-room fireplaces, fresh-baked pastries from a local café chain, views of the river below, in-room fireplaces, and guest service agents who can provide recommendations, buy tickets, and make reservations.
Pets, meanwhile, enjoy cozy digs themselves. Up to two pets, each weighing 70 pounds or less, are permitted per room (with a small fee). Nearby walking trails connect to the Deschutes River Trail and other local destinations, giving you plenty of options when your dog needs a walk.
Dog-Friendly Lodging at Riverhouse on the Deschutes in Bend
Riverhouse on the Deschutes sits north of Bend, and the modern resort has earned acclaim for offering a relaxing escape after busy days around Central Oregon. Overnight guests enjoy private patios with views of the Deschutes River below, in-room fireplaces, an on-site spa and fitness center, and other enjoyable amenities.
Guests can do so with their pets, as well. Up to two pets, weighing a combined 175 pounds, are welcome in select rooms for a small fee. (Those dogs receive free treats at check-in.) Just north of the hotel, leashed dogs can burn off the zoomies at Sawyer Park, which hosts several paved and unpaved trails along the Deschutes River.
Bring Fido Pet-Friendly Hotels in Central Oregon
Looking for more information on pet-friendly hotels, dog-friendly restaurants in Bend, and attractions around Central Oregon? Continue your research with BringFido, a helpful resource developed by and for traveling dog owners. The website includes listings of popular stops and overnight stays, along with information on specific offerings and reviews and insights from fellow travelers. Check out BringFido pet-friendly hotels around Bend.
Ready to start planning your trip? Get the skinny on hotels in Central Oregon. And if your travels around the region take you away from Bend, learn more about dog parks and dog-friendly restaurants in Redmond.
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Kid-Friendly Activities in Central Oregon
For many, Central Oregon is synonymous with spring break, summer vacation, holiday outings, and family gatherings. And it’s no wonder: The region is home to a variety of kid-friendly activities (indoors and out) that range from educational museums to speedy go-kart tracks. And that’s to say nothing of the region’s many parks, several of which host fun-filled playgrounds where your little ones can play to their hearts’ content.
The Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Bend, Oregon
Bend, Oregon, has long been beloved by furry canines and their eager parents. According to BringFido.com, more than 100 restaurants, brewpubs and food cart pods across the city offer dog-friendly patios and other accommodations; pups enjoy exercising on the city’s many hiking trails; and no less than Dog Fancy magazine once named Bend the dog-friendliest town in America.
The Best Dog Parks and Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Redmond, Oregon
Central Oregon is a dog owner’s paradise, and Redmond is no exception. Around the city, you’ll find a thoughtfully designed dog park at the end of a hiking and biking trail (showing that our regional affinity of the outdoors is matched only by a love for our four-legged friends), another dog park that serves regional craft beer to human companions and spacious restaurants with plenty of outdoor seating for tired dogs after an exciting day outside.