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Old Today, 07:11 AM
 
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I just checked, because I had heard Fairfield Inn and Suites allows dogs, but it seems it is a location by location instance. Still tossing this idea out there.
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Old Today, 06:51 PM
 
Location: Upland, CA
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Drury Inn is the best deal these days. Nice places with breakfast and a light late afternoon snack that can be a meal if you are not hungry for more variety. No fee for pets either last time we used one. They are a flyover secret we do not usually let the coastal folks know about lol.

Be aware some of the others have weight limits too.
We stayed at one earlier this year outside of St Louis on our cross country drive and it was REALLY nice. And that afternoon snack set up was awesome
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