10 ‘Paw-some’ Pet Friendly Hotels Savannah GA Offers for Your Next Vacation

Planning a trip to the charming city of Savannah, Georgia, and want to bring your furry friend along? We’ve got the scoop for you on the best pet friendly hotels Savannah GA offers.

With an upcoming Savannah, Georgia, visit with my sweet grand-dog Aspen in mind, we’ll explore some top-rated pet friendly hotels Savannah GA offers so we can enjoy a memorable vacation with our four-legged companion by our side.

Too busy playing catch to read the whole post? No worries! Here’s your Cliff-notes version:

  • Luxury options, such as the Bohemian Hotel allows for pampered stays for both you and your pet.
10 'Paw-some' Pet Friendly Hotels Savannah GA Offers for Your Next Vacation
Courtesy of The Thunderbird Inn

Olde Harbour Inn: Voted Best Pet-Friendly Hotel

Nestled near the Savannah River, the Olde Harbour Inn stands as a beacon for pet lovers. It’s been voted Savannah’s best pet-friendly hotel due to its exceptional service towards pets.

Their dedication to providing an enjoyable stay for both you and your furry friend is evident in their policies. The inn welcomes all breeds and sizes of dogs with open arms, ensuring that no member of your family gets left behind on vacation. Even cats are welcome here.

You don’t have to crate your pup when you leave if they are well-behaved. Yes, they will miss you…but while you are gone, they can enjoy their welcome bag with organic treats, tennis balls, and more. Emmet Park is across the street and the perfect place to walk them.

Apart from being incredibly dog friendly, this historic inn in the Savannah City Center also offers proximity to major attractions like Ellis Square and Bay St. This makes it not just a great place for pets, but also perfect if you’re looking forward to exploring downtown Savannah and River Street during your visit.

Book It: Olde Harbour Inn

The Thunderbird Inn: A Pet’s Paradise

This pet-friendly hotel is one of our faves because of they don’t just allow us to bring Aspen (our grand-dog), but they actually offer services and facilities designed specifically for her. I know she’s going to love it.

The Thunderbird Inn provides an enclosed, off-leash dog run where your pup can stretch their legs after a long day of travel. And, to make sure our four-legged guests feel right at home, fresh bedding is provided in all guest rooms along with special treats just for them.

The location of this great place makes it ideal not only because it’s nestled within downtown Savannah, but also due to its proximity to major attractions.

Dogs must be under 150 pounds. Cats welcome also. Nominal fee. 

Book It: The Thunderbird Inn

Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront: Luxurious Stay for You and Your Pet

Situated near the Savannah River, the Bohemian Hotel is a standout among pet-friendly hotels in downtown Savannah. This luxury collection hotel allows guests to bring up to two dogs of any size for an additional fee. Cats are not permitted.

If your pup is well-behaved, they have no issue with you leaving them in the room while you explore the city. We also love how we can bring Aspen up to the open-air rooftop bar so she can be with us while we enjoy cocktails.

Book It: The Bohemian Hotel Savanna Riverfront

Kimpton Brice Hotel: Freedom and Flexibility for Pet Owners

You can bring along two pets of any size without any extra charges to Kimpton Brice Hotel. Crazy awesome, right? 

For the convenience of outdoor access, guests with pets are allocated rooms on the first two floors. Plus, your well-behaved pets are allowed to stay unattended in your room, but be aware that a fee will be imposed in case of noise complaints. 

The hotel provides treats, beds, bowls, and doggie bags for your furry friends. There’s a dedicated pet relief zone within the property, and just across the street, there’s a park equipped with waste stations.

Book It: Kimpton Bruce Hotel

Hotel Indigo Savannah: Preferred by Pets and Owners Alike

This dog-friendly establishment allows one pup (80lbs or less, please!) per guest room for a fee that seemed a bit steep to me. There is not a great place to walk your dog unless you head down the road a bit. Also, if you leave your pup for dinner, etc., then you must crate them.

Hotel Indigo Savannah is not my favorite pet-friendly option, but in a pinch it will work.

Book It: Hotel Indigo Savannah

Hamilton-Turner Inn: Historic Charm Meets Modern Comfort

The Hamilton-Turner Inn, a bed and breakfast nestled in Savannah’s historic district, is a fusion of antiquity and contemporary comfort, and a unique pet-friendly option in the city. We can’t stay with Aspen because she is over 25 lbs, but if you have a small dog, then this is a super option.

They offer specially-designed rooms on the garden level for your furry companions. And we love that Forsyth Park, one of downtown Savannah’s major attractions, is just around the corner from this charming inn. Your morning walks will be all more enjoyable amidst its lush greenery.

Book It: Hamilton-Turner Inn

East Bay Inn: A Historic Stay With Your Furry Friend

Situated on the bustling Bay St. near Ellis Square, East Bay Inn stands out among pet-friendly hotels in Savannah GA. This historic inn offers several pet-friendly rooms, including Patio Queen and Patio King Suites with private outdoor access.

An extra nominal fee covers up to two pets per room of any size, ensuring a comfortable stay for you and your furry friends in downtown Savannah’s heart.

Book It: East Bay Inn

Perry Lane Hotel: Where Luxury Meets Love For Pets

Perry Lane is a 5-star hotel with top-notch amenities for you and your pup. You can bring up to 2 dogs, no more than 50lbs. You can’t leave your doggie in the room while you are gone, so plan for meals accordingly. 

Book It: Perry Lane Hotel

Thompson Savannah: No Extra Charge For Pets

The Thompson Savannah, nestled in the scenic Savannah beach area, stands out among pet-friendly hotels.

What sets it apart?

No extra charges for pets.

This luxury accommodation welcomes all breeds with open arms. It’s a haven where every furry friend is treated as an esteemed guest without any additional fees. And you? You’re going to love the view of the river!

Book It: Thompson Savannah

Staybridge Suites Savannah Historic District: Your Budget-Friendly Option

The Staybridge Suites in Savannah’s Historic District is happy to accommodate two pets, whether dogs or cats, weighing up to 80 lbs. There is a nominal fee, and you should know that pets are only allowed in rooms on the ground floor. 

The front desk provides food and water bowls, as well as treats, for your furry companions. Please note that you’ll need to present up-to-date vaccination records for your pets upon check-in.

Book It: Staybridge Suites Savannah Historic District

Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District: Tried and True Choice

Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District allows dogs and cats for an additional fee. Located on Savannah’s popular Bay Street, this Hilton Savannah hotel allows two pets up to 75 lbs.

For 1-4 nights, their pet fee is $75, and the price goes up to $125 for 5+ nights.

This hotel is less than a block from City Market, and close to River Street, too. Franklin Square and Ellis Square are also nearby.

Book It: Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District

Pet Friendly Hotels Savannah GA FAQ

What does it mean when a hotel is pet-friendly?

A pet-friendly hotel allows guests to bring their pets, often providing special amenities like food bowls or dog runs for the comfort and convenience of both the pets and their owners.

Can I leave my pet alone in a hotel room?

Policies vary by hotel. Some allow pets to be left unattended while others require them to be crated. Always check with your chosen accommodation before leaving your pet alone.

Are dogs allowed in Savannah?

Dogs are welcome in many areas of Savannah, including some parks, squares, and even certain restaurants that offer outdoor seating. However, leash laws apply throughout the city.

Is Tybee Island dog friendly?

No, dogs are not permitted on Tybee Island’s beaches or pier/pavilion due to local ordinances. They can, however, enjoy other parts of the island as long as they’re leashed.



Follow us here: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | MSN | TripAdvisor | Flipboard

All articles belong to 365 Atlanta Family LLC, and all photos belong to us as well, unless otherwise noted. It’s all copyrighted. Please don’t repost anything elsewhere without asking me first. All rights reserved. This site uses cookies to enhance your experience.

We make no guarantees of any price listed on our site. We are not responsible for content on external web sites linked from ours, including linked resources, an external blog post, any partner site, hotel property sites, or affiliate sites. We only write about places we love in an attempt to help you in your adventures, but we can’t guarantee you will love them, too.

Posts may contain affiliate links at no cost to you. Several of our trips are also compensated by the respective tourism boards for the city or state we are visiting. This never impacts how we share the destination with you – opinions are always our own and we pride ourselves on that. We do not sell links or accept unsolicited guest posts under any circumstances. Don’t even ask.

United States Copyright, 365 Atlanta Family, LLC

View our Privacy Policy | Subscribe to our Newsletter | Contact Site Owner | View Terms & Conditions | About Us

10 'Paw-some' Pet Friendly Hotels Savannah GA Offers for Your Next Vacation