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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    most motel 6 do

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    The Red Roof Inn on Disney Way does allow one pet per room, and I think they don't require any additional deposit.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    yes, motel 6's do take pets..we never have had a problemwith motel 6 taking our big 57 pound cattle dog..


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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    Quote Originally Posted by groomer_4_u
    yes, motel 6's do take pets..we never have had a problemwith motel 6 taking our big 57 pound cattle dog..
    thats where i will be and they took a 197 lbs mastiff and did not charge me extra for him! i sooooo miss that dog why cant they live a lot longer. the new dog is so much smaller at 48 lbs. i dont think i will take her becuse what do i do if the kennel is full when i get there.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    Leviathan my dog is the same weight as yours. Thanks so much for the info good to know.
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    Re: Disneyland Kennel ...Ever tried it?

    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    Yea I got through finally and the CM said that he could be there up until a half and hour after closing. Actually their are no hotels that are close that take animals. Even Orbitz.com info was out of date. Econo lodge used too take pets.
    the following local resort hotels will accept overnite pets:

    anaheim marriott $50 non refundable deposit (nrd)

    anaheim marriott suites $15 nrd

    anaheim residence inn maingate $75 nrd

    residence inn resort area $75 nrd

    embassy suites north $50 nrd

    hilton anaheim no deposit - 25 lbs max

    la quinta no deposit - 50 lbs max

    red roof no fee - 30 lbs max

    clarion $25 nrd - $10 per nite - 25 lbs max

    staybridge $150 nrd


    service animals allowed at all locations

    hope this helps

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