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Pet Friendly Hotels Florence, SC (The 7 Best)

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Traveling with your furry companion is much easier when you stay somewhere that will treat them like guests. There are several pet (including dog) friendly hotels Florence, SC you can choose from if you’ll be passing through this part of the Palmetto State.

1. La Quinta Inn and Suites–2123 W Lucas St.

La Quinta tends to have reasonable rates, and their pet fees are low if you need dog friendly hotels Florence, SC. They charge $10 per pet per night, not to exceed $30 per pet per stay.
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There is a pet relief area outside the hotel, and they have ground-level rooms. They welcome cats and dogs, and well-behaved, quiet animals can be left in rooms unattended.

2. Staybridge Suites–150 Westpark Dr.

Staybridge Suites is in the heart of Florence, but they don’t allow large pets over 75 pounds; they only allow cats and dogs. They also charge a $75 pet fee for stays up to six nights. They charge $150 for stays of seven or more nights. 

Grassy areas surround the hotel, and there are also pet relief stations available. If you want to leave your furry friends in the room, they’ll need to be in a crate.

3. Comfort Inn and Suites–2120 W Lucas St.

Comfort Inn is a great place to stay if you have small pets since they limit you to 75 pounds in combined weight. They charge a $50 fee per stay, regardless of length. They have reasonable rates, and ample greenspace around the hotel allows for pleasant walks and potty time. 

4. Residence Inn by Marriott–2660 Hospitality Blvd.

For a $100 flat fee, you can bring up to two pets (any size) to your stay at the Residence Inn, one of the pet friendly hotels Florence, South Carolina. They welcome dogs and cats, and you can leave them unattended in the room while you explore Florence.

The rooms have kitchen spaces, and there is a pet relief area outside with bags for convenience.

5. TownePlace Suites by Marriott–2650 Hospitality Blvd.

TownePlace– owned by Marriott and located right next door–has similar amenities. It’s a good option because they allow up to three pets, while many other hotels only allow two. There is a $75 fee per pet per stay.

You can bring only dogs and cats. You can leave them in the room as long as you crate them, and there are places outside for pet relief.

6. Home2 Suites by Hilton–900 Woody Jones Blvd.

Home2 Suites allows two pets of any size for a $50 fee per stay. Only dogs and cats are permitted, but you can leave them in the room unattended. There is also a pet relief area outside with a convenience station.

7. Quality Inn and Suites–150 Dunbarton Dr.

Up to two dogs and cats of any size are allowed at Quality Inn and Suites for a relatively low fee of $20 per week. They sometimes allow additional animals, but be sure to speak with them ahead of booking. You can leave them in the room unattended, and there is a pet relief area for them.

No matter where you stay, the important thing is that you have a safe place to cuddle with your furry travel companion.

Looking to vacation in other parts of the country? You can find out more about pet friendly hotels in different parts of the country in our series of guides:

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