Your dog will love our fetching Portland digs
When we say we welcome everyone, we’re also referring to your furry little friends, too. Since those family members probably don’t love being left behind (and you likely don’t love leaving them), why not tote your pet along so that you can discover Portland together? We operate in a highly dog-friendly zone with plenty of nearby green space plus pampering amenities that give all our guests the royal treatment. We accept any number of pets without size or weight restrictions, and you’ll never see extra charges or pet deposits on any Kimpton turf.
Here are some more ways we love your pet at our pet-friendly hotel in downtown Portland
- Everyone deserves a little respect - your pet is welcomed by name
- A pet-bed, food, water bowls, treats and mats in your guest room
- Door hangers to alert other hotel guests and staff that your beloved pet is in the room
- Courtesy bags for walking your dog
- No additional charge for pets, no deposit required
- No size/weight or breed restrictions
- Nightly hosted wine reception — pets are welcome to join the party!
- Pet friendly seating on the patio at Three Degrees
If traveling with your pet, kindly use our pet registration form so that we can be sure to have everything ready for your visit.
When Fido wants to play fetch, head to these paws-itively playful parks for dogs (or just step outside our front doorstep):
Boutique Pet Shops
You want only the best for your prized pet, and these adorable boutiques offer just that:
3029 SE Division St.
For Paws, a locally owned shop on Division Street, pleases two-legged and four-legged visitors with great customer service and unique products.
1616 NW Glisan St.
This Pacific Northwest chain of pet stores is all about healthy food, fun toys, and the right supplements to help dogs and cats thrive.
939 SW 10th Ave.
A doggy daycare, grooming spot, and store in one, this one-stop shop has everything from crystal-emblazoned collars to organic treats.
See Spot Run
Get some exercise on the road along these dog-friendly walking and running trails — just make sure your pup’s on a leash:
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Starting just outside our front door, the paved Waterfront Park Trail runs along the scenic Willamette River.
As one of the largest urban forests in the country, Forest Park has more than 80 miles of trails for hiking and marveling at nature.
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
For a peaceful and pretty walk, visit this spot near Reed College known for its stunning foliage, particularly in springtime.