Top Feline-Friendly Hotels in Philadelphia


Cat-friendly hotels are popping up all over ranging from five-star spots to places that only accept furry friends. Philadelphia has many hotels that offer different prices and options for you and your feline to enjoy the creature comforts of traveling or just for a one-night getaway.

Hotel Palomar
This upscale boutique hotel located on Rittenhouse Square offers a few amenities for traveling cats. The hotel does not charge a special fee for pets. Pet owners are able to call the front desk to get kitty litter, food and other items. The concierge can also provide the name of a veterinarian in case of an emergency.

The Rittenhouse Hotel
This five-star hotel allows cats for an extra fee of $150. Hotel guests are required to bring their own litter and food although the hotel does have a menu of treats available. There is also a pet sitting service for a fee, if the cat prefers company while its owners are out on the town.

Monaco Hotel
This pet-friendly establishment is located in the heart of historic Philadelphia. There is no charge for cats, but visitors must alert the hotel a cat is staying since it has special pet-friendly floors. Amenities such as litter and food can be procured by placing an order with the concierge for a fee. Cat beds and food bowls are provided free of charge upon request.

Loews Hotel
For the no frills feline-business traveler, this hotel charges cats a $40 flat fee. Guests will be provided food bowls upon request. Located across from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, this is the perfect spot for business people who don't want to leave the cat at home. There are stores in the immediate area that provide pet supplies for those who do not travel with their own.

Marriott Residence Inn Hotel
This hotel is directly across the street from historic City Hall. Marriott charges a $150 flat fee and housekeeping will clean up after your cat. This is an extended-stay hotel so kitty has plenty of sofa and bed space to pounce on. There are plenty of stores in the area to get cat supplies and some upscale shops for cat treats and even cat souvenirs.

Stasia DeMarco is a native Philadelphian. She has been a freelance journalist and content strategist for 20+ years.

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