5 Pet-Friendly Hotels Near Galena, IL (2023 Update)

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Galena, Illinois is a quaint city in the Midwest that’s perfect for people looking to escape to a quiet retreat. It has many fun activities and attractions for all sorts of tourists, and it’s a relatively pet-friendly city. While you can find several different options for dog-friendly hotels, it can be challenging to find hotels that can accommodate cats. Hotels can also change their pet policies at any time, so it’s important to always contact a hotel and verify that they can host cats. To help you with your search, we’ve found some pet-friendly hotels in and around Galena as well as Dubuque, Iowa, a less than 30-minute drive from Galena.

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The 5 Pet-Friendly Hotels Near Galena, IL

1. Cloran Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Cloran Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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🗺 Address: 📍 1237 Franklin St, Galena, IL
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐
🕐 Open Times: 2:00PM check-in, 11:00AM check-out
💲 Cost: $15 pet fee per day
🐕 Off-Leash Area: No
  • A quiet and peaceful B&B situated on 1.5 acres of land
  • Located within minutes of Lake Galena and Ulysses Grant Home
  • Antonio’s Cottage is the only pet-friendly lodging option
  • Serves a full country-style hot breakfast every morning and special dietary requests must be made in advance

2. Holiday Inn Dubuque/Galena

Holiday Inn Dubuque Galena
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🗺 Address: 📍 450 Main St, Dubuque, IA
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
🕐 Open Times: 3:00PM check-in, 12:00PM check-out
💲 Cost: $40 pet fee per stay
🐕 Off-Leash Area: No
  • Located along the Mississippi River and is within walking distance of Historic Downtown Dubuque
  • About a 20-minute drive away from Downtown Galena
  • Offers a complimentary local area shuttle
  • Has an onsite convenience store and restaurant

3. TownePlace Suites Dubuque Downtown

TownePlace Suites Dubuque Downtown
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🗺 Address: 📍 1151 Washington St, Dubuque, IA 52001
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐
🕐 Open Times: 3:00PM check-in, 12:00PM check-out
💲 Cost: $100 pet fee per stay
🐕 Off-Leash Area: No
  • Has an onsite fitness center and indoor swimming pool
  • Maximum of 2 pets per room and pets must be under 40 pounds
  • Offers extended stay options
  • Located within 2 miles of University of Dubuque, Loras College, and IBM

4. Hilton Garden Inn Dubuque Downtown

Hilton Garden Inn Dubuque Downtown
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🗺 Address: 📍 1801 Greyhound Park Rd, Dubuque, IA
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
🕐 Open Times: 3:00PM check-in, 11:00AM check-out
💲 Cost: $75 per night
🐕 Off-Leash Area: No
  • Located along the Mississippi River and near the Q Casino and Iowa Greyhound Park
  • Has an onsite fitness center, indoor pool, and hiking trail around the hotel
  • Welcomes both cats and dogs
  • Food and dining options include an onsite restaurant and convenience store

5. Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Stockton, IL 

Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Stockton, IL 
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Country Inn & Suites By Radisson
🗺 Address: 📍 200 Dillon Ave, Stockton, IL 61085
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐
🕐 Open Times: 2:00PM check-in, 11:00AM check-out
💲 Cost: $20 pet fee per pet per stay
🐕 Off-Leash Area: No
  • Within driving distance of Apple River Canyon State Park and Valley of Eden Bird Sanctuary
  • Offers free hot breakfast and coffee
  • Has an onsite fitness center and indoor heated pool
  • Has parking for RVs, trucks, and buses

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Conclusion

Galena and the surrounding area offers a few cat-friendly lodging options that will make travel planning much easier for you. If you plan to make Galena your next vacation destination, make sure to call hotels well in advance to ask about their updated pet policies and register your pet. Getting your room booked as soon as possible will give you peace of mind and ensure that you and your cat can enjoy a relaxing vacation and make fun and new memories together. 


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