Best Western Rose Garden Inn

Best Western Rose Garden Inn

740 Freedom Blvd.
Watsonville, California 95076
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Reservation Phone: (888) 685-5760
Local Phone: (831) 724-3367
E-mail: info@BestWesternWatsonville.com

This hotel is nestled in the historic center of Watsonville, surrounded by the rural splendor of the Pajaro Valley.

One of the world’s most acclaimed bird sanctuaries is nearby as are long stretches of pristine beaches.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $20 per night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Dogs must be at least one years old and be registered at the front desk at check-in.

"We can go back to the hotel LATER, OK?" - Kenzo at New Brighton<br/>State Beach. Photo Credit: @kenzothed0g
"We can go back to the hotel LATER, OK?" - Kenzo at New Brighton
State Beach. Photo Credit: @kenzothed0g
More than 50 pet-friendly lodgings—something for every style and budget—are sprinkled across the Santa Cruz County landscape. They run the gamut from camping cabins to luxury inns to vacation rentals where you can spread out like at home. If you’re up for a splurge, the AAA Four-Diamond Chaminade Resort & Spa, a woodsy, 156-room boutique retreat fresh from a $7.9 million makeover, pampers with luxury rooms and 3 miles of hiking trails on 300 mountaintop acres overlooking Monterey Bay. more »
Dog on Rio Beach in Santa Cruz
Rio Del Mar State Beach. Photo Credit: Phil King (CC)
Variety is the name of the game when it comes to dog-friendly lodging in Santa Cruz County. Many DogTrekkers appreciate the spread-out comfort and conveniences (including a kitchen) that come with a vacation rental home, dozens of which can be found in Santa Cruz, Capitola, Aptos and other coastal communities. Those who’d rather be pampered to the max have options such as Chaminade Resort & Spa, a four-diamond, 156-room property on 300 mountaintop acres overlooking Monterey Bay. Not only are guest rooms dog-friendly; so is the “pooch patio” at Linwood’s Bar & Grill, which boasts a doggie menu featuring “yappetizers,” “faux paw entrees” and “doggie drinks.” Too over the top? Get down to earth at the Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay KOA, where Bowser can lodge in your cabin or campsite and two-legged kids can enjoy a heated pool, campfire circle, excursion-train rides, miniature golf and a bounce house. more »
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