Pet Policy

As pet owners ourselves, we know that some vacations just aren’t complete without the family pet. That’s why Landmark Suites has set aside four rooms and designated them as our pet rooms. Each is on the ground floor with quick access to an exterior door to make walking your pet easier. There is a $50 non-refundable fee per pet. Pets are not allowed in our lounge.

Because we have a limited number of pet-friendly rooms available, we strongly urge you to call ahead to make your reservation. You can call us at (701) 774-8020 to discuss the Landmark’s pet rooms.

Landmark Suite’s Pet-Friendly Hotel Policy:

  • Pet must be appropriately-trained and appropriately restrained by the guest.
  • Pet must be kept on a leash when in the hotel or on hotel property unless in the guest’s room.
  • Pets must not be left unattended.
  • Guests must leave a cell phone contact number with the Front Desk in case a pet-related issue arises.
  • Pets are not allowed in Lounge at Landmark.
  • Guests are responsible for cleaning up after their pets on hotel property.
  • Any disturbances such as barking must be curtailed to ensure other guests are not inconvenienced.
  • Guests are responsible for all property damages and/or personal injuries resulting from their pet; and indemnify and hold harmless the hotel, its owners, and its operator from all liability and damage suffered as a result of the guest’s pet. The hotel reserves the right to charge guest’s account commensurate to the cost of such damages
  • If you have a service dog covered by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we are happy to accommodate you and your service animal. If your dog is not a service animal covered by Title III of the ADA, our hotel’s usual pet policy will apply.

While Emotional Support Animals or Comfort Animals are often used as part of a medical treatment plan as therapy animals, they are not considered service animals under the ADA. These support animals provide companionship, relieve loneliness, and sometimes help with depression, anxiety, and certain phobias, but do not have special training to perform tasks that assist people with disabilities.