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Myrtle Beach Pet Friendly Hotels

Updated on April 6, 2013

Finding Pet Friendly Hotels in Myrtle Beach

Planning to take your pooch or pampered kitty to Myrtle Beach? Pet friendly hotels are readily available in this favorite South Carolina vacation destination, and it's easy to book your reservations online. Don't know where to look? Here are some tips on finding the right hotel for you and your pet.

You can find pet friendly Myrtle Beach hotels and other pet friendly lodging at OfficialPetHotels.com. This site partners provides hotel listings for thousands of properties in the U.S. and abroad. But the results are filtered to show only those hotels that allow pets.

Simply enter a city, such as Myrtle Beach, and click the Fetch button to find a list of all the hotels in Myrtle Beach, SC that allows dogs or other pets. You'll get a list of pet-friendly hotels, including details you'll need to know, such as how much the hotel charges per animal, what type of pets they accept, whether there is a weight/size restriction on the creatures sharing your room, how many pets are allowed, and other information you'll need to make your decision. You can also read guest reviews to hear from real customers who have stayed in the hotels. To make it easier to decide, you can sort results by Most Popular (default), Star Rating, Hotel Name, Price or Guest Rating.

Need to Send Your Pet to Myrtle Beach Without You?

Choose a pet friendly airline where your furred friends travel in the main cabin

Although you're probably planning to take your pet with you to Myrtle Beach, if you ever need to get your pet across the country on a plane, now Fido or Fifi won't have to ride it out in the cargo hold. Pet Airways is a pets-only airline that flies your furry friends in the main cabin. It's a great option for anyone who doesn't like the idea of sticking their pet in the cargo hold of an aircraft, where the traveling conditions are less than ideal. It's particularly great for anyone moving across country who needs to get their animals a long distance and doesn't want to spend a week trapped in a car with an unhappy cat.

Traveling with Your Pet, 11th Edition: The AAA Petbook - More Pet-Friendly Hotels and Places to Go With Your Furry Friends

Traveling with Your Pet: The AAA Petbook
Traveling with Your Pet: The AAA Petbook

From Amazon: If you think of your pet as a family member, it only follows that Fluffy should come along on family vacations. But between "no pets allowed" signs and over-the-top surcharges, it seems like your only option for accommodations is a tent. For travel anywhere in North America, those options are about to change, thanks to Traveling with Your Pet, a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide for AAA-rated lodgings that welcome four-legged guests.

Most of the book reads like any standard travel book. Arranged alphabetically by state, you'll find hotels in both small towns and major cities, with a list of icons showing what amenities you can expect. Instead of descriptions of restaurants or spas, you'll find a sentence or two outlining pet policies. Here, a careful reading can save you a bundle. Although many hotels are happy to house animals, surcharges range anywhere from $5 total to $100 per night and, in some cases, only particular species of small size are accepted. This section cautions readers to confirm the current policy in advance. The last thing you want to discover upon arrival with your two labs is that the policy was changed the day before you made the reservations.

Other than these listings, information is relatively limited, but can be helpful to newcomers to the world of pet vacations. Contact information is provided for several airlines, as well as emergency animal health-care suggestions and advice for buying safe traveling equipment. Dog owners will appreciate the list of off-leash dog parks throughout the U.S., which includes rules for national parks and forests. In fact, with all its practical information, you may find this book puts your regular pet sitter out of a job!

 

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      KokoTravel 6 years ago

      Xpu Ha Resort in Mexico... Pet Friendly All Inclusive Resort. The dogs love it and so do the kids.