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Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

cleveland
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Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

Can anyone recommend any?

We have a 7 pound maltese.

Thanks

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1. Re: Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

The Sheraton Fallsview has a pet policy, some say it's strict, but they do allow them.

You can check thier site or contact them for the specifics.

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2. Re: Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

The best western by the falls also allows pets.

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3. Re: Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

I believe the Best western even hypes pet friendly on their sign. Its rare to find a decent hotel in Niagara that accepts pets. Be sure to ask about details- some allow pets but not left alone in the room, which poses problems when sightseeing. You can't take your pet in any store, ride, restaurant, etc. and certainly someone wouldn't want to have to stay behind in the room either.

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4. Re: Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

The Best Western is the only place that takes pets in the Falls. The probably have a non-refundable pet sanitation fee that you will need to pay. Best to call around and find out all the details before making any bookings.

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5. Re: Small dog, pet friendly hotels in the Niagara Falls area?

The problem with a lot of hotels and pet policies is that you cannot leave the dog in the room unattended, however, you also cannot bring the dog to most attractions in Niagara Falls.

So unless you have someone sitting in the room with the dog or waiting outside the attraction with the dog, you have a problem.

Why not leave the dog at home or in a kennel?