De-stress with your Dog at Belgraves Hotel

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Emily Gray by | Posted on 26th October 2015
De-stress with your Dog at Belgraves Hotel

Recognise this scene? You’re off to stay in a hotel, you have to say goodbye to your BFF and as you say goodbye to their little face, you can’t help feeling just a little bit heart broken. Who’ll be there to wake you up, to lick your face, to force you to exercise and who won’t want their share of the mini bar? As you’ve probably gathered we’re talking about our four-legged canine best friends, not humans – I mean if your BFF do all of the above too then…well, good for you.

But what if we were to tell you there was another way? A way that meant your furry friend can be by your side all the time? Belgraves Hotel on Pont Street have joined forces with PetsPyjamas to launch their new Doggy De-Stress package and we think it’s a bit of a winner. You’ll be staying overnight in a King Premium Room which has a complimentary PetsPyjamas travel kit as well as healthy treats by The Dog Treat Co in the mini bar -as we said you won’t have to share. In the morning your late check out will mean you can take your dog for a long walk, recommended by the Belgraves Concierge team followed by brunch in the Pont St Restaurant. Head back up to your room after for a re-energising session of Reiki which you can do with your BFF in the comfort of your room.

If you don’t have a dog, but you’ve got that one friend coming to stay who insists on bringing their dog with them to stay at yours, who subsequently gets hairs and muddy paw prints everywhere then we suggest you direct them to Belgraves, you can join them for brunch in the morning and you’re carpets won’t be ruined. Good job. 



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