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“A dog is for life, not just for Christmas” regretfully echoes through your mind as your finalise your holiday and try to decide what to do with your four-legged friend while you are gone. If your life involves a lot of travelling, this will be a familiar dilemma to you. Our answer is: take your pet with you! Ensure that your break isn’t dampened by the guilt of leaving your dog or cat behind by choosing one of these hotels that are so, so much more than pet-friendly.

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At Las Ventanas, a Rosewood resort, there are adorable beachside canine cabanas, and the nearby Nikki Beach has dreamy dog beds. With assigned ‘dog butlers’, this hotel will ensure that while you are waited on hand-and-foot your furry friend is waited on hand-and-paw. They will bring your pet all it has ever have dreamed of – walks on the beach, tailor-made menus and a complimentary 30-minute dog massage.


At the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel your dog will be given a true taste of London luxury. Trainers from City Dog training school will visit your suite for a two-hour masterclass to teach your pet how to navigate city life – all that hard work will undoubtedly warrant a reward from the luxury pet store StyleTails, for which they will be granted a VIP (very important pup?) membership.

Fine dining for your pet


L’Ermitage Beverly Hills will make your pet feel like a star with their (offensively) over-the-top menu serving dishes such as foie gras, tuna tartare, and Osetra caviar with hard-poached eggs, to name a few. Only in Beverly Hills…


This 5-star-hotel has seen over 300 years of parties, played host to pretty much every British monarch and currently boasts a chef who previously played a starring role in a top Mayfair restaurant. At Cliveden House, where every luxury is tended to, you could expect nothing less than the finest dining experience for your pooch. Select her or his dinner from the chef’s curated ‘canine menu’ which will be served in your room while you head to enjoy André Garrett’s culinary genius for yourself.


With the welcomingly-titled program ‘Loews Loves Pets’, this chic Park Avenue hotel isn’t lying. It offers a gourmet room service menu prepared by the executive chef which also includes special treats such as catnip and scratch poles.

Fantastic welcome packages

LE MEURICE, PARIS At this luxury Dorchester Collection hotel both humans and animals can expect the best. The history behind the hotel’s emblem – a pair of greyhounds – is testament to the hotel’s tradition of welcoming dogs with open arms, and by open arms, we mean a luxury pet basket, a custom-design bowl and grooms who will happily walk dogs in the nearby Tuileries Garden.


This glamorous Parisian hotel has recently opened its doors to the four-legged among us, and on arrival they will be given a basket filled with food, a water dish, a toy, a tag and a bottle of Evian water. Obviously water from the tap just wouldn’t do.


Your furry companion can expect to be pampered in this charming Aspen hotel with its luxury amenities. No need to worry about altitude sickness – they provide a ‘Puppy Jet-Lag Kit’ to help them get used to it. Funny, that our pets have somehow earned the right to a ‘jet-lag kit’ and we haven’t…


The ‘Posh Pets’ programme at this stunning upper east side hotel will have your dog barking in anticipation. They will receive a monogrammed dog bed to use during your stay, a welcome treat from New York’s gourmet biscuit company, and an in-room biscuit selection with truffle mac & cheese and beef bourguignon bites (which actually we’d quite like to eat?) The Posh Pet Concierge can also arrange for grooming and dog walking services.

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