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Story by Aefa Mulholland

You never know just who might be in the next room when you stay at a Kimpton Hotel. The array of exotic animals that has checked into their pet-friendly properties around the country makes up quite the menagerie.

The most exotic guests to check into Seattle’s Alexis Hotel?
Penguins!

The most exotic guest to check into Seattle’s Hotel Monaco?
An albino kangaroo!

The most exotic guest to check into New York’s Muse Hotel?
A sloth!

The most exotic guests to check into New York’s 70 Park Avenue Hotel?
A condor, and dogs competing in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

The most exotic guests to check into San Francisco’s Sir Francis Drake?
Slim the Iguana!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Helix?
A lemur!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Rouge?
A penguin, a bear, an aardvark, and a variety of snakes!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Topaz Hotel?
A flamingo, an anteater, a baby cougar, and a kangaroo!

Kimpton’s Washington D.C. hotels have hosted Sea World stars including Arusha the warthog, Cypress the anteater, Roswell the armadillo, and Penelope and Ruby the ibises.

If you happen to be traveling with some non-human allies in the near future, check out our past Pet-Friendly Guides for New York, San Diego, San Francisco and more!


Photos: Getty Images
Story by Aefa Mulholland

You never know just who might be in the next room when you stay at a Kimpton Hotel. The array of exotic animals that has checked into their pet-friendly properties around the country makes up quite the menagerie.

The most exotic guests to check into Seattle’s Alexis Hotel?
Penguins!

The most exotic guest to check into Seattle’s Hotel Monaco?
An albino kangaroo!

The most exotic guest to check into New York’s Muse Hotel?
A sloth!

The most exotic guests to check into New York’s 70 Park Avenue Hotel?
A condor, and dogs competing in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

The most exotic guests to check into San Francisco’s Sir Francis Drake?
Slim the Iguana!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Helix?
A lemur!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Rouge?
A penguin, a bear, an aardvark, and a variety of snakes!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Topaz Hotel?
A flamingo, an anteater, a baby cougar, and a kangaroo!

Kimpton’s Washington D.C. hotels have hosted Sea World stars including Arusha the warthog, Cypress the anteater, Roswell the armadillo, and Penelope and Ruby the ibises.

If you happen to be traveling with some non-human allies in the near future, check out our past Pet-Friendly Guides for New York, San Diego, San Francisco and more!


Photos: Getty Images
Story by Aefa Mulholland

You never know just who might be in the next room when you stay at a Kimpton Hotel. The array of exotic animals that has checked into their pet-friendly properties around the country makes up quite the menagerie.

The most exotic guests to check into Seattle’s Alexis Hotel?
Penguins!

The most exotic guest to check into Seattle’s Hotel Monaco?
An albino kangaroo!

The most exotic guest to check into New York’s Muse Hotel?
A sloth!

The most exotic guests to check into New York’s 70 Park Avenue Hotel?
A condor, and dogs competing in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

The most exotic guests to check into San Francisco’s Sir Francis Drake?
Slim the Iguana!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Helix?
A lemur!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Rouge?
A penguin, a bear, an aardvark, and a variety of snakes!

The most exotic guests to check into Washington, D.C.’s Topaz Hotel?
A flamingo, an anteater, a baby cougar, and a kangaroo!

Kimpton’s Washington D.C. hotels have hosted Sea World stars including Arusha the warthog, Cypress the anteater, Roswell the armadillo, and Penelope and Ruby the ibises.

If you happen to be traveling with some non-human allies in the near future, check out our past Pet-Friendly Guides for New York, San Diego, San Francisco and more!

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