Hotel Murano
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Provenance Hotels, whose six properties include two in Seattle and three in Portland, recently rolled out a revamped pet program unlike many we’ve seen. The new pet-friendly amenities include rooms equipped with pet beds, bowls, treats, a toy, and your book of choice from the Doggie Spiritual Menu (Dog Massage, The Intelligence of Dogs, The Holistic Dog, or Best Hikes with Dogs in Washington). Plus, dogs now get their own specialized room service menus. At Tacoma’s Hotel Murano (pictured), for instance, pets can choose between ice pups (grain free frozen meat treats), carob and yogurt dipped cookies, and a variety of stews (salmon and wild rice, beef and bison, or pork and sweet potato). Don’t worry, there’s plenty for you, too, in the Lobby Bar or at Bite on the fourth floor.

Pet Fee: $45

Hotel Max
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Set just blocks from Pike Place Market, Seattle’s Hotel Max takes Provenance’s standard pet amenities a step farther by offering appointments with pet communication experts and a doggie room service menu provided by Wet-Noses Bakery, an organic dog treat company in Monroe. Perhaps the communication expert can help you determine if your pup would prefer the pumpkin pie nibbles, bow wow brownies, peanut butter bark, or canine cookies.

Pet Fee: $45

Harrison House Suites
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There aren’t a ton of places in the San Juans’ Friday Harbor that accept pets. Fortunately, the owner of Mollie’s Meals and Treats which makes an organic, handmade dog treats and food—also happens to run two inns on the Island: Harrison House Suites and Tucker House Inn (pictured). Besides a lot of TLC, pets who stay here also get to indulge in some of those handmade snacks. And you’ll revel in the unbelievable scenery.

Looking Glass Merge
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Lincoln City’s Looking Glass Inn sits within fetching distance of the beach and provides your pooch with a welcome basket that includes dog sheets, dog towels, bowls, and treats. The sweet little hotel even runs a regular Looking Glass Dog Blog featuring pic of recent four-legged guests.

Pet Fee: $10

Cannery Pier Dog
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Astoria’s elegant Cannery Pier Hotel has managed to find room for Fido in its 45 rooms. The waterfront hotel’s pet amenities include a pet bowl, treats, bottled water, a comfy dog bed, and that up-close, unbelievable view of the Astoria-Megler Bridge.

Pet Fee: $25

Yakima Wine Dog
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Yakima is so head-over-heels for your hounds, not only does it boast two swanky lodging options for you and your dog (glamping extraordinare Cherry Wood Bed, Breakfast, and Barn and Ellensburg’s Lodge at Canyon Ranch, pictured), but the wine-centric region also boasts a site entirely devoted to traveling with your pooch. Yakima Valley Wine Doggies provides maps, details, and tips on the area’s dog-friendly wineries, restaurants, hotels, and other attractions, and even runs a dog-centric blog, the Doggie Bloggie, which captures recent canine adventures.

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Given Portland’s status as the dog-friendliest city in America, according to Dogfriendly.com’s 2011 survey, it should come as no surprise that many of our hotels also cater to canines. Provenance’s three Portland hotels—the Lucia, Governor, and de Luxe —offer the same pet perks as Max and Murano, plus in-room pet massages and Reiki treatments.

Meanwhile, Kimpton’s Portland hotels (Monaco, Vintage Plaza, and RiverPlace) welcome furry guests with pet beds, bowls, treats, and copies of Dog Lover’s Companion to the Northwest. Monaco and Vintage Plaza even employ Directors of Pet Relations, Timmy and Georgie respectively (pictured above). Timmy even helped Portland Monthly with dog-friendly recommendations in this year’s Best of the City guide.

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