The Laurel Inn really knows how to make a dog feel welcome. Water and treats are always on hand at the front desk and the hotel even has a dog concierge working a few shifts each week. The Pet Package I booked included treats and a toy (which Eko loved) and tokens for free use of the dog wash around the corner (which Eko did not love).
The Laurel Inn has the answer to all of your dog’s questions
The hotel is within walking distance of Presidio Park, so after another trip to the off-leash area we swung by the Pet Food Express to get Eko a well-earned bath.
The Marking Our Territory Motto
Have I ever mentioned that Eko is not a big fan of baths?
With dogs walking in and out of the store, I had to use some serious reflexes to keep Eko from jumping out to say hello
Between the pet-friendly amenities and the hotel’s location between a pet store and an off-leash park, the Laurel Inn has everything a pet-owner could ask for. Be sure to check it out if you and your pup ever visit San Francisco.
If your pup likes people watching, be sure to ask for a room facing the street
Word on the street is that dogs are welcome on the city’s famous trolleys, so Eko and I are looking to hop aboard one as we explore downtown. If you’re around after work, Eko and I will be headed to Allyne Park around six. Come stop by for a romp!