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Rosewood London Launches New Dog-Friendly Hotel Package

Don’t leave your furry friend behind next time you travel, head for  dog-friendly hotel, like the Rosewood London, which has just launched a luxury Canine Package…

Man’s best friend ought not to be left behind when jetting off on holiday. Luckily, Rosewood London has partnered with Barbour, one of Britain’s leading heritage and lifestyle brands, to launch its special Canine Package.

When you book the package with Rosewood London, your furry friends (dogs and cats alike) will stay for free, and as a bonus all dog guests will receive a welcome card and treats from the hotel’s resident golden retriever, Pearl.

Your Grand Premier Suite will be decked out with complimentary in-room amenities, such as a Barbour dog bed, Barbour dog treats and Barbour coats and leads available for use during the length of your stay.

After checking out, head down to the Holborn Dining Room where you and your furry friend will be able to enjoy delicious classic-British dishes while your four-legged friend can partake in recipes created by Lily’s Kitchen, the UK’s number one ethical pet food brand.

Lily’s Kitchen was founded by Henrietta Morrison with the aim of creating balanced, vet-approved meals using only natural ingredients and proper fresh meats (they’re good enough for you to eat too!).

You and your dog can also enjoy a complimentary pampering session. While you’re being spoiled in the Sense Spa experience, your pup will be groomed and pampered by Jamie Griffen’s Canine Concierge Service. Pet Spa London will also provide the hotel with an exclusive range of pet-grooming services and indulgent spa treatments for furry guests.

A full English breakfast is also provided for two (humans) as part of the Canine Package), and on your way out pick up Pearl’s Guide to London where you can read up on the best dog-friendly places in London, from walkies to dining and shopping with your four-legged friend.

252 High Holborn WC1V 7EN; 020 7781 8888; rosewoodhotels.com



 

 

 

 

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