Thursday, May 16, 2013

Best Pet-Friendly Hotels

If you are concerned about traveling and leaving your furry family member at home, you're not alone.  Many dog lovers think twice before booking that dream vacation, not wanting to leave their canine loved one alone or in a strange place.  Some luxury hotel groups have decided that to be able to accommodate the desire of guests to bring along their best friend, they had to become a dog-friendly locale.  Let's check out a few of America's best dog friendly hotels and see if one is "paw"fect for you.   

Trump International Chicago 
Trump International Hotel in Chicago is a great example of a pooch friendly hotel that will also please the puppy's owner.  Luxury is found everywhere you look and for no additional fee your pet can stay with you and feel like a million bucks.  This windy city hotel offers pet guests a plush dog bed, gourmet treats and their very own water bowl filled with bottled water.  The Trump Chicago also provides a list of places where you can visit with your dog in tow.  If you feel like pampering your pet with some in-room dining, the room service menu includes a special section created especially for your pet.

Mandarin Oriental, Miami
Our next lux location is in a place that will prove remarkable to both dogs and their owners.  The Mandarin Oriental, Miami is very chic and is quite happy to welcome both you and your pooch.  Dogs can spend their days lounging in the sand with their human or have a doggy play date where they can exercise with the certified dog trainer.  The trainer will also work with naughty pups that have issues like barking or jumping.  After a long day working out, your pup can relax wearing a cozy bathrobe made just for dogs or maybe even a flashy shirt that is studded with Swarovski crystals.  And if you find yourself exhausted from a night out in this vibrant town, the Mandarin Oriental would be more then happy to walk your dog while you rest.  You and your pooch will feel very lucky during your stay at the Mandarin Oriental Miami.

W Hotel Scottsdale
Our next hotel chain thinks that dogs should be allowed in any of their stylish hotels, regardless of the city.  W Hotels are known to be stunning locations that allow guests to experience high style and grand comfort and this quality doesn't end with humans.  W Hotels promote what they call the P.A.W. program (Pets Are Welcome).  This program means that upon check in pets will receive a welcome basket that includes a toy, treat, tag, bags to clean up little messes and a welcome letter to ensure that Fido feels at home.  Dogs will feel like a prince with the provided dog bed, water bowls, room sign and a special snack at turn-down.  W Hotels also offers a doggy boot camp so that your pup can easily get his or her workout in.  We think that the W Hotel Group has thought of everything to make sure your dog is happy and pampered.

Ritz-Carlton in Beaver Creek
These three above hotels are not the only ones that find it important to allow dogs to stay with their owners.  A few other fabulous destinations include The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch in Beaver Creek Colorado where you can hike with your pooch and then enjoy room service for you both after a long day on the trails.  Or head to California and stay at the impressive Fairmont San Francisco where you can find a mini bar for the humans as well as one for your four-legged friend.  America is a dog-friendly country and the hotels and resorts here are doing their best to indulge this love affair.  

Fairmont San Francisco
If you were worried that your summer vacation could be cut short due to the fact that you find yourself missing your pup, think again.  Hotels and resorts have started to create special accommodations that are amazing for both man and his best friend.  Let WhatAHotel! help you find the perfect pet friendly hotel and when you book with us you can also receive exclusive complimentary perks and benefits to guarantee that your vacation will be absolutely unforgettable.  Stay in style and with deluxe accommodations for humans and their furry friends.          



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