Nandi at the Jupiter | Pet Friendly Portland Hotels

The Jupiter Hotel is one of the coolest boutique hotels in Portland, and it’s especially awesome because it’s pet friendly!  It’s such a great spot for a fun staycation if you live here– the Doug Fir next door is one of my favorite venues in town to see bands play, and their restaurant is killer too.  The Jupiter has Tallboy Tuesdays, not including Nandi (you’ll see below, ha!) and they have a spacious stylin’ courtyard to hang out in. It glows at night too. You should for sure mention this place to your guests traveling here from out of town.  They’ll love the unique rooms and hip vibes.

Take a quick tour with me and Nandi, our awesome Yorkie/Maltese dog model.  You can follow him on his blog or on Instagram, @tenaciouslittleterrier. He’s the dang cutest!  The collars on Nandi are made by awesome local designer, Grey Paw Design. I’m in love with the black moon cycle collar with the brass hardware– not only does it fit with the theme of the hotel, but I haven’t seen anything quite like it anywhere else.  Let’s take a look.


pet friendly portland hotel

pet friendly portland hotel

Isn’t Nandi just the sweetest of all sweet pups?!  For more on the Jupiter Hotel, be sure to check out our feature in CityDog Magazine:

Go stay at the Jupiter, and tell them we sent you!

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