Innisfree Hotels Go Pet-Friendly Across Many of Their Properties

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About half of the hotels in Innisfree’s portfolio are now proudly welcoming pets, making it more convenient than ever for travelers to bring their four-legged companions along for the trip.

Hospitality at Innisfree Hotels extends to all members of our guests’ families, including beloved dogs and cats.

Innisfree Hotels (innisfreehotels.com), the Gulf Coast’s largest owner-operator of beachfront hotels, has achieved a paw-some milestone: Half of the properties in its portfolio are officially pet-friendly, so travelers can bring their furry friends!

Traveling with pets skyrocketed in popularity during the Covid pandemic, and Innisfree Hotels responded with hospitality by making accommodations for four-legged companions at nearly a dozen of its hotels. Many of Innisfree Hotels’ properties are located in communities that are increasingly pet-friendly, such as Pensacola Beach, which now has multiple hotels that accept pets in addition to beautifully maintained dog parks, dog beaches, and other amenities.

“Hospitality at Innisfree Hotels extends to all members of our guests’ families, including beloved dogs and cats,” said Ted Ent, President and CEO of Innisfree Hotels. “By making accommodations for travelers with pets, we hope to ensure that all of our guests — those with and without pets — continue to have exceptional stays with us that are comfortable, clean, and friendly.”

A list of Innisfree Hotels that are currently pet-friendly. Many have size/weight requirements, limits on the number and type of pets, and non-refundable fees; visit the websites or call ahead for details:

ABOUT INNISFREE HOTELS
For more than three decades, Innisfree Hotels has expertly developed and managed dozens of hotels in partnership with many of the world’s most-recognized hospitality brands. Today, the company owns or manages 24 hotel properties — about 3,500 rooms — and employs approximately 2,000 people. Innisfree is the largest beachfront hotel owner-operator on the Gulf Coast. As a triple-bottom-line company, Innisfree measures success not only in profits but also through its impact on people and the planet. Innisfree, which has about $800 million of assets under management and $175 million in annual hotel revenue, was named one of Hotel Business’ top management companies and top owners & developers in 2019. For more information, visit innisfreehotels.com.

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