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Old 12-19-2013, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there somebody (from FL) willing to help me out? I'm looking for a Pet Friendly Hotel in Florida Orlando or Kissimmee....*A Not so expensive Hotel*...

Looked out Days Inn. But so many bad reviews I ran away. First time staying with pet and our known resorts are out of my limit.
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Old 12-19-2013, 04:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try bringfido.com. I usually kennel my dogs when I go out of town so other than that web site I don't have anything else to offer.
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I've been very happy with the marriott brand of hotels, but I've never used thim in Florida.

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Is there somebody (from FL) willing to help me out? I'm looking for a Pet Friendly Hotel in Florida Orlando or Kissimmee....*A Not so expensive Hotel*...

Looked out Days Inn. But so many bad reviews I ran away. First time staying with pet and our known resorts are out of my limit.
The Sheraton In Orlando is nice. Its right by the RDV center

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There are books "Travel with your best friend" listing the pet-friendly hotels by different region and I am sure now there are websites with this info. Just make sure you call and confirm not only they accept the dogs, but also that your dog is within the limits some hotels set. I have some hotels tell me they accept the dogs under 20 lbs.
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My in-laws always stay at La Quinta Inns. They have no pet restrictions and no pet fees (unless your pet damages something). They seem to be reasonably priced. We personally have not stayed at one. But the in-laws are always happy with them.
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Old 12-19-2013, 08:19 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I've had great luck with bringfido.com as well very useful reviews!


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Old 12-20-2013, 11:19 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Try bringfido.com. I usually kennel my dogs when I go out of town so other than that web site I don't have anything else to offer.
Thanks so much for that page! I'm liking it

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I've been very happy with the marriott brand of hotels, but I've never used thim in Florida.

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Thanks!! Gotta check it

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The Sheraton In Orlando is nice. Its right by the RDV center

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Will check it! Thanks
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There are books "Travel with your best friend" listing the pet-friendly hotels by different region and I am sure now there are websites with this info. Just make sure you call and confirm not only they accept the dogs, but also that your dog is within the limits some hotels set. I have some hotels tell me they accept the dogs under 20 lbs.
Thanks Alex. Will check! It'd a 8 week puppy so I believe it'd fall into that category

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My in-laws always stay at La Quinta Inns. They have no pet restrictions and no pet fees (unless your pet damages something). They seem to be reasonably priced. We personally have not stayed at one. But the in-laws are always happy with them.
Thanks Springbrz! I'll check their price, fee and its reviews. Good! No pet fees...I've read fees stating 50-100$ per pet/night

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You are right Mrs.P Useful reviews! I was using pettravel.com before
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Motel 6 always accepts pets.
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