Your Dog's 5 -Star Accommodations

Courtesy of D Pets Hotel
Uber Suite at D Pets Hotel

High-end car service? Diamond encrusted collars? If this is the kind of treatment your furry friend needs, look no further than these pet-obsessed hot spots to put them in the lap of luxury.


D Pets Hotel

At this luxe 13,500-square-foot flagship pet hotel, rooms range from a standard suite ($65 a night) to a double ($220). A fleet of luxury rides are available for pickups and drop-offs; one high-end client flies their dog on a G5 jet into Van Nuys Airport with a Lamborghini awaiting their arrival.

1041 N. Highland Ave.


The Loved Dog

L.A.'s first cage-free dog boarding facility (from $45 a night) counts Oprah Winfrey and Ben Affleck as clients, and Carrie Fisher recently dropped off her dog at owner Tamar Geller's Bel-Air home for a few weeks as a special service. "Celebrities want someone in their life to see them for who they are," says Geller, "just like their dogs."

2100 Pontius Ave.



The boarding spot ($50 a night), with an extensive application process, features grooming, massages, training and field trips to Runyon Canyon. An in-house webcam lets you check in at any time, and staffers will sleep with your dog if requested.

2400 N. San Fernando Road


Chateau Marmutt

It allows overnight stays but only for longtime clients, so sign up early for a few day-care (for $39) sessions first. Channing Tatum, Halle Berry and Jillian Michaels are clients. Says Michaels, "You can tell they love dogs and have a passion for what they do."

8162 Beverly Blvd.



Citydog! Club

Its two locations (from $50 a night) feature the Best in Show treatment package ($20): a blueberry facial, moisturizing paw balm and teeth cleaning. The Culver City spot near Sony sees plenty of its execs' pets.

1815 Pontius Ave.; 3940 Higuera St.




This day-care center (from $40 a day) features the area's only real grass indoor park and doubles as a dog rescue center. Miley Cyrus has adopted three dogs from there.

534 N. La Cienega Blvd.