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Bring Your Best Friend

Furry Friends Are Welcomed Travelers at our hotel in Asbury Park

Among pet-friendly hotels in Asbury Park NJ, no destination makes it easier to bring your favorite furry friend along for the trip than The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel. We welcome pets with open arms and the full range of creature comforts.

small dog in a tan purse

For more information about bringing your pet along on your Asbury Park getaway please contact us at or 1(732)776-6700, and we’ll be happy to run through our pet-friendly hotel policies with you.

A few general guidelines…

  • Only domesticated dogs that weigh less than 50 lbs. and/or cats that weigh less than 30 lbs. are permitted to stay in The Hotel.
  • No more than one pet per room is permitted.
  • A valid credit card will be required at check-in. A non-refundable fee of $100.00 per stay plus $25.00 per day will be added to your room bill. Additional fees will apply if your stay is greater than seven (7) days or if the pet causes any damages.
  • Pet owners must bring a leash and a pet carrier. Pets must be restrained on a leash or in a pet carrier when outside the guest room. Pet must be caged or on a leash and guests must be present while the room is being serviced by any hotel staff.
  • Guests must notify the front desk when pets are left unattended in room. Pets must not be left unattended for more than two (2) hours. Guest must hang the “Pet in Room” door hanger outside the room for the duration of the stay.
  • Pets are not permitted in any Food & Beverage area, Fitness Center, or Pool area (if applicable), or any area designated by The Hotel.
  • Guests are responsible for any noise that the pet creates and will ensure that the pet does not disrupt the quiet enjoyment of other hotel guests. Should The Hotel determine, at its sole discretion, that the pet is disruptive to other hotel guests, guest must immediately make other arrangements to house the pet outside The Hotel.
  • The Hotel may not allow a pet if, at The Hotel’s sole discretion, the pet is considered dangerous or likely to frighten, harm or disrupt hotel guests or employees.