Pet Friendly Hotels, Restaurants and Resources in Palm Springs
The laid-back vibe of Palm Springs is a perfect place for rest and relaxation for both you and your pet. Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs is a pet-friendly hotel, part of a community that supports your four-legged friends. We have the inside scoop on favorite places to dine, stay, and play when traveling with your pet.
We want to ensure your stay is comfortable and fun both on property and as you explore activity in the desert. Don’t feel like you have to leave your pet behind on your next vacation or business trip. We’ve got you covered for your next Palm Springs getaway.See Rooms
Pet fee, weight, and breed restrictions may apply.
Pet-Friendly Restaurants in Palm Springs
Palm Springs is known for its world-class cuisine, one of the many allures for visitors. Want to dine without having to leave your pet behind? The area welcomes pets at many establishments making it easier for you to bring yours along.
Several restaurants offer a water dish or treat for your pet. Now you don’t have to feel guilty about leaving your pets behind because you can bring them with you when you want to dine out.
Spencer’s - Don’t let the elegant atmosphere fool you. This American restaurant (which draws from French and Pacific Rim influences) offers a great spot for your pet on the patio. In fact, the restaurant’s namesake honors the owner’s late Siberian husky. Up to two canines are allowed per table and water bowls are available as a refreshing drink for your pet.
Copley’s - Be part of Palm Springs history at the former home of actor, Cary Grant, and bring your pet along to join you on the patio. Enjoy American cuisine in casually chic atmosphere reminiscent of old Hollywood glam. Copley’s continues to be a culinary top spot for locals and out-of-towners alike.
The Kitchen - Guests of Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs don’t have to go far to find pet-friendly patio dining. Our casual atmosphere and welcoming environment allows your pets to feel right at home. With an extensive brunch menu, seasonal favorites, and music-inspired spaces, it’s the kind of atmosphere ideal for any time of day.Learn More
Cheeky’s - With a weekly rotating menu that includes the option of a bacon flight, there’s more than one tasty reason to head to Cheeky’s for brunch. Their farm-to-table approach to cuisine means guests will get only the freshest ingredients picked from the in-season best. While you sip a morning cocktail, you four-legged friend can lounge beside you and drink from a restaurant-provided water bowl.
Places for Pets to Stay
Not every Palm Springs hotel allows pets, but it doesn’t mean you have to leave yours at home. There are accommodations throughout the Coachella Valley who will gladly welcome your pets and allow them to have their own mini-vacation.
Barkingham Palace - Who wouldn’t want to stay at a place cleverly called Barkingham Palace? This luxury hotel and daycare gives your pet the royal treatment whether they’re staying for the day or overnight. The options include comfy beds, scheduled playtime, and other accommodations to ensure your pet has the most comfortable of stays. Add-ons like spa treatments, grooming services, and healthy menu options will make your pet feel pampered.
The Grand Paw - Pets who stay at The Grand Paw get a taste of what’s it like to live the Palm Springs lifestyle. With pools, cabanas, and social play areas available, it’s a party for your pet! There are two locations available for guests. The Palm Springs location is for day camp only, no overnight stays allowed here. The Indio location houses the full-service resort and pets can take part in camp and then stay for the night.
Elite Pet Care Palm Springs - A mother/daughter team runs this pet sitting service company. While they are not a pet hotel, they do offer many of the same services such as dog walks, doggie daycare, and cat visits. They also offer hotel pet sitting for visitors participating in activities where pets aren’t allowed.
The Canine Spa - With decades of experience, this first standalone pet hotel on the West Coast offers boarding, grooming, and daycare services for your pets. Pets receive climate-controlled suites and plenty of playtime with human companions with the option for add-on services, such as shampoo services and pet grooming.
Dog Parks in Palm Springs
Palm Springs Dog Park - Pups play here daily from 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM (closed from 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM on Tuesday and Friday) because of its wide-open space that covers 1.6 acres of fenced-in grass complete with fire hydrants and dual purpose canine/human drinking fountains. Dogs are allowed to run around leash-free and there’s a separate area for smaller dogs who don’t want to run with the big boys.
Civic Center Dog Park - Civic Center Park is Palm Desert’s largest park and covers 70 acres of amenities that include an amphitheater, baseball fields, pickleball courts, a dog park, and more. There are also plenty of walking paths to take your pet for a walk when the weather’s nice. It’s easy to spend an entire morning or afternoon spending a day in the park.
University Dog Park - If you want to steer clear of the crowds, the 2.4 acres of University Dog Park allows for ample space for your pet to roam free in an area with typically less foot traffic. Plan a picnic with your dog, go for a walk, or just relax and soak up the sun while your dog plays.
Cathedral City Dog Park – For pups not quite ready to run with the big dogs, this 5-acre park hosts two separate areas, one for small dogs and one for large dogs, to help maintain a fun and safe atmosphere for everyone. The spacious area sits close to Second Street Park and has benches, waterers, and a small shade structure to keep cool when the temperatures start to rise.