The Hotel Max welcomes your furry companions with open arms. We’re happy to provide bowls, beds, toys, treats, and even a pet-friendly room service menu. While your animals will feel right at home in your luxury hotel room, you may be interested in having them explore the Emerald City at your side. If that’s the case, we’ve put together a short list of pet friendly locations that are worth checking out in the city. Enjoy all the sights and tastes of Seattle without abandoning your best friend at home.
If you’re more of a dog person than a people person, Bark Espresso needs to be on your list of places to visit in Seattle. Serving delicious Caffe Vita coffee, as well as pastries from Seattle’s famed Macrina Bakery, it’s the city’s first openly dog-friendly cafe. On a dreary winter’s day, when your seasonal affective disorder is at an all-time high, is there really anything more therapeutic than enjoying a vanilla latte while petting a furry friend? Bark Espresso: 11335 Roosevelt Way NE; 206-364-0185
A sprawling 534-acres of wilderness for you and your best friend to frolic, fetch, and sniff, Discovery Park is a must-see for every visitor to Seattle. Enjoy its spectacular views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges, its two miles of tidal beaches, and its verdant, winding trail system. It’s a beautiful spot to tire out your eager puppy or laze around with an older furry friend.
Just a fifteen-minute walk from the Hotel Max in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, Cloudburst Brewing offers a wide variety of brews, with nine on tap—we love the Zazzle, an energetic DIPA with Simcoe, Citra, Mandarina, Cascade and 522. And Cloudburst’s pup-friendly tap room means you can enjoy a few beers with the company of your four-legged companion. Photo by @catchthebandit on Instagram. Cloudburst Brewing: 2116 Western Ave; 206-602-6061
This little pub in Seattle’s quirky Fremont neighborhood is known for its packed trivia nights, out-of-this-world house potato chips, 40 oz. PBRs, and a bona fide dog menu. Yes, you read that correctly. Norm’s dog menu includes chicken feet, PB & pumpkin pretzels, marrow bones, and bacon pupcakes. At Norm’s, both owner and furry companion leave feeling happy and full. Norm’s Eatery and Alehouse: 460 N 36th St; 206-547-1417