Sunnyvale Garden Suites

Sunnyvale Garden Suites

73843 Sunnyvale Garden Dr.
Twentynine Palms, California 92277
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Reservation Phone: (800) 455-3888
Local Phone: (760) 361-3939

This pet-passionate hotel with an Old West facade welcomes dogs—and cats, too. A nonrefundable fee of $35 for one dog and $50 for two is charged at check-in. (If your dog weighs more than 100 pounds, please discuss with the manager.)

The hotel features a patio with fire pit, mature desert gardens, and children's play area. Suites have kitchenettes or full kitchens, individual entrances and private patios. Special rates are offered for government employees, members of the military, anyone over 55 and members of AAA and AARP. 

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Maximum 100 pounds
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%
  • Other comments: Pet Fee: 1st dog: $35, 2nd dog: $50 per stay

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dogs must be potty trained

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Abby at Joshua Tree National Park <br/> Photo Credit: jesslynncline (CC)
Abby at Joshua Tree National Park
Photo Credit: jesslynncline (CC)
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Ranger at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo Credit: Lisa Hernandez
Ranger at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo Credit: Lisa Hernandez
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Photo courtesy of Madjag (CC)
Photo courtesy of Madjag (CC)
As at most national parks, regulations at Joshua Tree prohibit dogs from accompanying you on trails—but not from driving through to admire the scenery or enjoy a picnic at a site surrounded by the fuzzy, forklike cacti from which the park takes its name. In a day’s visit, you can watch rock climbers negotiating the park’s signature boulder formations in the Quail Springs and Hidden Valley day-use areas; enjoy sweeping vistas of the Coachella Valley from Keys View; and enjoy an 18-mile geology motor tour through some of the park’s most fascinating landscapes. more »
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