Last Updated on January 20, 2024

If you’re a traveler who loves to bring along your furry family member on vacation, you’ll be happy to hear that Staypineapple hotels nationwide are allowing dogs to stay for free in February 2024 in honor of the holiday of love: St. Valentine’s Day.

Staypineapple’s upscale, out-of-the-ordinary hotels located in urban areas throughout the country are known for their thoughtful service and design with a knack for anticipating needs and a dog-friendly philosophy.

The brand proudly proclaims to be a “dog-obsessed” hotel group, boasting some of the most flexible and accommodating pet policies in the industry. In addition to this self-proclamation, Staypineapple has recently received a number of recognitions and accolades in the pet-friendly category, including being the recipient of Gold and Silver Medals in “The Seattle Times” “Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in the PNW” People’s Choice Awards, as well as being named “The Most Pet-Friendly Brand” by Good Housekeeping’s 2024 Family Travel Awards.

“We are a company of pet owners and dog-obsessed team members, so we know how tough it can be to leave your furry family companions behind when traveling,” Dina Belon, President at Staypineapple, said. “Our hope has always been that Staypineapple guests feel at home when staying at one of our hotels, and we believe that pets should feel just as comfortable as the humans.”

Where other hotel brands charge upwards of $75 per night for pet fees, Staypineapple’s standard pet fee is $29.95 per night, but this has been waived for stays in February when booked directly at www.staypineapple.com.

Staypineapple also welcomes guests to leave their pets in the room while out on an adventure using the “My Owner is Out Exploring” door hanger, of course. The industry standard at most other hotel brands restricts guests from leaving pets alone in the room.

 Staypineapple’s hotel staff can even stay in touch with the owner via text message updates to ensure everything is well and good back at “home.”

So how about giving your loving dog pal a ‘pup plus one’ getaway? He or she will love you all the more for it!

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