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In Search of: Dog-Friendly New Orleans

So. There's this awesome Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans called Barkus - here is their website. When I was at Tulane, I went and watched the parade every year.  Finally, for the first time ever, I am going to take my pup down to Nola to march in the parade. I'm WAY too excited about this.  In planning my trip, however, I have found that there aren't that many nice hotels that will let your doggy stay with you.  Many hotels don't even list their pet policy on their website, so I've called and emailed several. Posting my findings here so I don't have to do this all over again in the future & thought it might help someone else! 

Dog Policies (as of 1/21/13)

Hilton St. Charles Ave: Dogs Allowed. $75 fee
Olivier House: only a certain number of Dogs allowed in the hotel at one time. No extra charge
Hotel Monteleone: Dogs Allowed. $100 fee per stay + $25 per night pet rate
Bienville: sister property of the Monteleone; Dogs Allowed. $100 fee per stay + $25 per night pet rate 
Hilton New Orleans Airport: Dogs Allowed. $50 fee per stay
Roosevelt: Small dogs allowed. $175 non-refundable deposit. 

Drury 
Lowes

Hotel Modern
Ritz Carlton
Hampton Inn St. Charles: no pets allowed
Hampton Inn Warehouse District
The Saint Hotel: no pets allowed (per email from director of sales)
The Parisian Courtyard Inn: no pets allowed (per employee email response)
Prytania Oaks: no pets allowed 
Hilton Riverside
The Pontchartrain

If anyone has more information or any of the above are incorrect, please comment & let me know! Thanks :)

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