A Pet-Friendly Hotel in Galveston

As fellow dog lovers, we know a vacation isn’t really a vacation if you don’t bring the whole family. Luckily, our pet-friendly hotel in Galveston offers outdoor, exterior corridor rooms just for you and your four legged friends, so you can soak up the sun and fun together. Have questions or special requests? Get in touch with us at reservations@innatthewaterpark.com and we’ll be happy to help!

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Our Pet Policy

  • Book a pet friendly rooms Standard Two Double and Standard King
  • $100 (plus tax) non-refundable pet fee per stay
  • Two (2) pet maximum
  • Pet(s) must not exceed a maximum weight of 75 lbs each
  • Guests are required to register pets upon check-in
  • Pets must have current vaccinations
  • Pets cannot be left unattended
  • Pets are not allowed in breakfast/pool areas
  • Property has authority to remove guests if there are noise complaints
  • Please ensure the pet is checked in with us. For animals that are not checked in, we will assess a non-refundable fee of $150.00 as only certain rooms are pet friendly.
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Pooch-Perfect Parks in Galveston

With Galveston being such a dog-friendly island, it’s no surprise that there are countless places to bring your pup—including Kempner Park, Lindale Dog Park, and Menard Park’s dedicated Dog Park. All beaches are fair game as well, as long as you keep them on a leash!

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*Texas Code 


(a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly represents that an animal is an assistance animal or a service animal when the animal is not specially trained or equipped to help a person with a disability. An offense under this subsection is a misdemeanor punishable by:

  • (1) a fine of not more than $1,000; and
  • (2) 30 hours of community service to be performed for a governmental entity or nonprofit organization that primarily serves persons with visual impairments or other disabilities, or for another entity or organization at the discretion of the court, to be completed in not more than one year.

(b) A person who habitually abuses or neglects to feed or otherwise neglects to properly care for the person's assistance animal or service animal is subject to seizure of the animal under Subchapter B, Chapter 821, Health and Safety Code.