Pet PolicyTo our valued guests: The Inn cannot in all honesty be considered a pet friendly facility. It was not constructed as such, and we do not have the space to appropriately cater to the needs of animals. We are, however, pet tolerant.
For the health and safety of our guests, we reserve the right to refuse the keeping of pets in guest rooms if we believe it is not in the best interest of the Inn. Though service dogs are exempt from this regulation, therapy dogs are not. If you have a service dog and willingly provide valid certification for the dog, any damages will be charged as they occur.
Our greatest concern is the health and welfare of our current and future guests, as well as the cleanliness of the rooms. For guests who are permitted to keep non-service pets in their rooms, the fee per day, per pet will be as follows:
Pets under 25 pounds - $25/day
Pets 26-35 pounds - $30/day
Pets 36-45 pounds - $40/day
Pets 46-55 pounds - $50/day
Pets 56-65 pounds - $60/day
Pets 66-75 pounds - $70/day
Pets 76-85 pounds - $80/day
Pets 86-100 pounds - $90/day
There are concerns about our fee structure, which is understandable, but we are committed to providing the same clean and hygienic lodging for every guest, which means extra service and superior sanitary cleansing. This hotel was built with people in mind.
Unfortunately, at this time we cannot allow dogs who weigh more than 100 pounds in the guest rooms unless they are service dogs. We appreciate your cooperation.
Please note: In accordance with Island Palm Communities and base regulations, guests may not house in their rooms any dog deemed "aggressive" or "potentially aggressive" unless the dog is a certified military working dog that is being housed with its handler/trainer. Aggressive or potentially aggressive breeds have been categorized as Pit Bulls, including American Staffordshire Bull Terriers and English Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Chows, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers and wolf hybrids. We also reserve the right to refuse any dog that demonstrates a propensity for aggressive behavior regardless of breed.
Per Policy Memorandum USAG-HI-35, Stray and Feral Animal Control, providing food, water or shelter to stray, feral or wild animals, including farm and game animals, such as chickens, pigs and goats, is prohibited. This includes any feral cats roaming the property.
Per Policy Memorandum USAG-HI-43, Stray and Feral Animal Control, all pets must be leashed while in public areas and able to be immediately physically restrained, or contained within a pet carrier or cage. Pets must not be left tied and unattended, or unleashed and allowed to roam freely and at will anywhere outside of a fenced area. Owners must ensure that their pets are unable to escape from a fenced area or housing unit.