9 Best Pet Friendly Hotels in Canmore, Alberta

Looking for the best pet friendly hotels in Canmore? Canmore is a lovely resort town nestled in the Bow Valley that is sure to provide visitors a pleasant stay as there are so many things to do!

Flanked by dramatic mountains and surrounded by no shortage of things to do, Canmore has a lot to offer visitors. All of these hotels will ensure you have a great vacation with your dog.


Click on the hotel name or the Booking.com links to check the latest rates on Canmore’ pet-friendly hotels. For the best rates on your hotel reservation, we recommend booking 6-8 months in advance.


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The Best Pet Friendly Hotels in Canmore


Malcom Hotel By Clique

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One of the newest pet-friendly hotels in Canmore. The Malcolm Hotel is a luxury hotel situated in the heart of Spring Creek, a desirable neighborhood just steps away from downtown Canmore. The location provides a convenient location for Canmore’s restaurants, bars, and shops. The walking trails along the creek make for the perfect spot to walk a dog!

It also sits conveniently across from the Policeman’s Boardwalk, one of the best walks in Canmore. A series of rooftop decks make for a great place to take the views in from the hot tubs, heated pool, or in the resort restaurant. Rooms similarly offer good views of the mountains and provide everything guests could desire.

Inside the luxurious rooms are modern TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and rainfall showers. The hotel facilities include a fitness center, restaurants, concierge service, and free parking. The owners have also provided community support which has sat well with locals.


Solara Resort – Bellstar Hotels & Resorts

Solara Resort - Bellstar Hotels & Resorts

Solara Resort is one of the top reviewed hotels in Canmore; each unit comes with a fully equipped kitchen and fireplace. Also included in the suites are dining areas, fireplaces, washing machines, and flat-screen TVs. The property has an on-site spa, hot tub, and fitness center. Rooms here are pet-friendly, and the apartment-style accommodation means guests have space for larger dogs.

Several units feature mountain views, but most units face the complex or adjacent property. Units are very comfortable with granite countertops, leather furniture, and hardwood floors. Bathrooms are similarly luxurious with quality toiletries. The clean and modern suites are great for couples, families, and groups.


Georgetown Inn

Georgetown Inn Best Hotels in Canmore

The Georgetown Inn has been a popular establishment in Canmore for decades that is an excellent option for those seeking a pet-friendly hotel in Canmore with some character. Hotel decoration is based around an Old English theme with an English Tudor exterior, eclectic interior, and a charming pub with great food.

Location is off the Bow Valley Trail, which is still within walking distance of downtown Canmore, but has quick driving access to the TransCanada.

Several rooms feature a fireplace and seating area. All rooms feature a small fridge, coffee maker, kettle, and TV. For pet owners, the Georgetown In is pet-friendly and has elevator access to rooms.

Fresh baked shortbread and tea are provided in rooms daily complimentary, and a hearty cooked breakfast is included in the room rate. Free on-site parking is available. Rooms are cozy and a little on the smaller side of things, so it’s best suited for smaller dogs.


Basecamp Resorts

Canmore

Basecamp Resorts in downtown Canmore and a great pet-friendly option. There are multiple apartment styles to stay in; many can accommodate larger groups of people. We love the rooftop hot tub to be enjoyed in the winter or summer. Rooms are comfortable, modern, and feature nice individual touches like luxury soap products from Rocky Mountain Soap Co.

This is a great option for self-catering as each suite comes with a full kitchen, dishwasher, dining table, and ensuite laundry. Several rooms also include a balcony. All guests have access to a natural gas BBQ. The location is convenient with an easy walk to downtown Canmore and quick access to the TransCanada. There is a pet fee of $25.


Mount Engadine Lodge

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Mount Engadine Lodge is located along the Smith Dorrian Road/Spray Lakes Road, about one hour away from Canmore. Set in the wilderness, there isn’t much else around besides mountains, valleys, trees, and some moose.

In other words, Mount Engadine is located in a highly remote section of Kananaskis. A wide variety of room options are on offer that includes private lodge rooms, cabins, glamping tents, and a yurt. Mount Engadine is happy to welcome pets at the lodge.

There is no cell service and no televisions. It’s back to wilderness here – precisely like what you may after with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. If you’re eager to have that backcountry wilderness experience without roughing it in a tent and eating dehydrated meals, you seriously can’t get much better than a stay here.

Instead, bookings include breakfast, packed lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. In between delicious meals, go for hikes or relax by one of the many wood-burning fireplaces.


Pocaterra Inn & Waterslide

Pet-Friendly Hotels in Canmore

A great option for families seeking value is Pocaterra Inn & Waterslide. The property features a large waterslide popular with children and a sauna for adults to relax. Its location is off Bow Valley Trail, with easy access to the highway and an extended walk to downtown Canmore.

All rooms have a seating area, desk, coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge. Rooms are basic, comfortable, clean, and present good value. Pocaterra Inn provides a complimentary breakfast buffet – something we really appreciate. On the property is a fitness center. Most importantly, Pocaterra Inn & Waterslide is a pet-friendly hotel in Canmore.


Canadian Rockies Chalets

Pet-Friendly Hotels in Canmore

Canadian Rockies Chalets is an affordable option for those seeking self-catering accommodation that is also pet-friendly in Canmore. Each suite comes with a fully equipped kitchen and private patio. There are gas bbq facilities onsite for those who’d like to grill out.

The suites here are a little dated but comfortable enough with decent value. You come to Canmore to enjoy the mountains anyway! Next door, the location is next to the Basecamp Resorts hotel and an easy walk to downtown Canmore or Rocky Mountain Bagel.


Silver Creek Lodge

Silver Creek Lodge Pet-Friendly Canmore Hotel

Silver Creek Lodge is another option in Canmore that is both pet-friendly and great for those seeking self-catered accommodation. The real advantage of Canmore over Banff is the plethora of apartment-style accommodation options.

Suites at Silver Creek Lodge offer fireplaces, granite countertops, modern kitchens, dining areas, and laundry facilities. The hotel also features some of the best sushi in the Bow Valley with the Wild Orchid Asian Bistro. An onsite spa offers facials and massages.


Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Center

Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Center Pet-Friendly Hotels in Canmore

Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Center is your standard hotel with nice rooms that provide solid value in Canmore. It’s a reliable choice as a dog friendly hotel in Canmore. With a name brand like Coast, guests know what they’re guaranteed a certain level of service. The hotel is pet-friendly, and its convenient location is right at the primary intersection from the highway into town.

Table restaurant is attached to the hotel, and makes for a great spot to eat close to your room. So even when eating, you are only steps away from your fur baby.


Things to do in Canmore

Hopefully, this helped you determine if what dog friendly hotel in Canmore is right for you!

If you have any other questions, leave a comment or see our Canadian Rockies travel guide for more articles about photography spots, lakes, hikes, and everything else.


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About Cameron

Cameron Seagle is a resident of Canmore, Alberta. After traveling the world for six years, he settled down in the beautiful Bow Valley with Natasha. He has been featured as a travel expert with numerous publications worldwide and has spoken on several occasions about the power of travel. He has a passion for all things in the Canadian Rockies and loves to spend his time snowboarding, scrambling, camping, biking, and trail running. Conservation is a deep fundamental in his life, and he aims to inspire others to care about our natural world.

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