Inn at Cherry Creek: Dog Friendly Since 2004
Inn at Cherry Creek is located in central Denver, Colo., in the historic Cherry Creek neighborhood. Surrounded by some of Denver’s oldest and most beautiful homes, world-class shopping and top restaurants, staying at the Inn at Cherry Creek is a traveler’s dream come true.
Situated a mile above sea line and bordered by majestic peaks, Denver is a friendly, must-visit city, which is why thousands of visitors flock there every year and keep coming back for more.
You can ski, hike, mountain bike, fish, catch a game, take a long bike ride on one of the city’s many bike trails, have a picnic in the park, visit a museum or two and you’ll still never do all of the things Denver has to offer. Best of all, you can bring your dog (unless your dog looks like a Pit Bull – the city bans this breed)!
Tony Diaz, the front desk supervisor said, “Our hotel has always been dog-friendly. Colorado have a very dog-friendly culture.”
Inn at Cherry Creek makes it easy for you to take off for a day full of adventures. From its location to its home-away-from-home feel, you and your dog will love staying in this one-of-a-kind hotel.
Wet noses of all sizes and shape are welcomed at the hotel for no additional fee. However, a credit card will be required at check-in in case of any room damage. Don’t worry, this is simply a precaution. Your card will not be charged unless an accident happens.
Inn at Cherry Creek keeps water bowls and treats on hand, and dog beds are available upon request.
Poop bags are conveniently located right outside of the front door for when you and your dog head out for a walk. Don’t let your dog run free – Denver’s laws mandate that your dog be leashed at all times.
If you forgot something, or need gear, there is a doggie store right next door.
“The shop next door is called Two Pals & A Pup. They sell homemade dog treats as well as other dog supplies,” said Diaz.
But before you go on a shopping spree, Diaz encourages new guests to bring their dogs by the front desk and introduce them to the staff.
“We always love to meet new dogs. Overall, the opportunity to meet new people through a shared interest in dogs and to establish a long-term relationship with them is our goal, and something we really enjoy,” he said.
Diaz offers the following advice for first-time visitors to Inn at Cherry Creek: “If a dog is new to traveling, leave a good contact number at the front desk in case your pup barks because of anxiety. Also, sometimes housekeeping is wary about going into a room with a dog, so let us know a reasonable time to clean your room with your dog present.”
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Inn at Cherry Creek 4 (Paws)-1-1:
Address: 233 Clayton St. Denver, Colo.
Website: Inn at Cherry Creek
Pet Policy: Inn at Cherry Creek has no breed, weight or size restrictions, and there is no fee. However, a credit card will be required at check-in in case of any room damage. Your card will not be charged unless an accident happens. Note that Pit Bulls and dogs that look like them are banned in Denver, so leave these breeds at home.
Dog Amenities: Complimentary dog treats and poop bags at the front desk as well as water bowls around the hotel. There is a poop bag station right outside of the front doors. Dog beds are available upon request.