Trump Hotel Collection offers puppy pampering
Posted on December 3, 2009 under Industry News
When Americans take a vacation many look to use their free time completely for relaxation and indulgence, and who could blame them? After laboring for at least 40 hours a week most of the year, some workers need more than a six o’clock cocktail to unwind. While dogs may not put in the long hours that most human do, surely fetching the morning paper and harassing the mailman deserves some kind of reward!
With this in mind, the Trump Hotel Collection has just the gift for owners who wish to offer some luxury pet care to their dutiful dogs.
The company announced this week that it will launch "pet pampering" facilities in its hotels in Chicago, New York and Las Vegas, Luxury Travel Magazine reports.
Canine visitors to Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago can be treated to a room festooned with a plush dog bed, gourmet treats, bottled water and accompanying water bowl, a rubber ball and a room service menu for pooches wishing to dine in.
Cleaning fees for dog rooms can run up to $250, according to the news provider.
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, annual costs of caring for cats and dogs can range from $670 to $1,580.