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Middletown, Connecticut Pet-Friendly Hotels & Lodging
This page shows pet-friendly hotels, B&Bs, vacation rentals and other lodging for all size dogs**.


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  •  Crowne Plaza Cromwell -100 Berlin Road  Middletown
    Hotel-wide free Wi-Fi, complimentary shuttle service, an indoor pool and room service are highlights for our guests at the non-smoking Crowne Plaza Cromwell in Connecticut. All 215 rooms at the non-smoking, four-story Crowne Plaza feature free Wi-Fi, CD players, flat-screen TVs, premium cable channels (HBO included), DVD players, coffeemakers, work desks, sofa beds and complimentary newspaper delivery. Pets are welcome for an additional fee. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. Eats are easy h -- DOGS UP TO 50 POUNDS ARE ALLOWED. DOGS ARE ALLOWED FOR A PET FEE OF $50 PER PET PER STAY.

  •  Passport Inn and Suites -Middletown -1310 South Main Street  Middletown
    This Middletown Connecticut motel is 2 miles from Wesleyan University and features free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant. Downtown Hartford is 20 miles north of the motel. Rooms at the Passport Inn and Suites include a microwave refrigerator and satellite TV. They have a private bathroom and carpet floors. Select rooms have a private balcony. Haveli is the on-site Indian restaurant serving both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes for lunch and dinner. A daily continental breakfast is available i -- DOGS ARE WELCOME AT THIS HOTEL.





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