Spoil Your Pup With VIP Packages At 2 Fort Lauderdale Hotels
Ask any canine owner, and they’ll tell you it’s true—a dog really is man’s best friend.
Celebrate your pup on National Dog Day (Aug. 26) by treating him or her to a VIP staycation at W Fort Lauderdale and The Atlantic Hotel & Spa. The two local hotels offer pet packages year-round that are sure to make tails wag.
W Fort Lauderdale
Spoil your dog with a staycation in W Fort Lauderdale’s VIP Pet Suite. Upon check-in, dogs will receive a limited-edition W Fort Lauderdale dog bandana, food and water doggie bowls and a plush in-room doggie bed to curl up on. The suite also includes a tinkle turf pad for the balcony, doggie pick-up bags and a Bark Box filled with a variety of new toys and treats. W Fort Lauderdale also has a menu for your pup to chow down on, with hamburger patties with diced pineapples, salmon filet with steamed asparagus, kosher beef hot dogs with broccoli, steamed edamame and more. The Pet Suite package also waives the daily clean-up fee and no pet deposit is required.
401 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.414.8200; wfortlauderdalehotel.com
The Atlantic Hotel & Spa
Your pet is a very important dog, and The Atlantic Hotel & Spa knows it. The hotel’s Very Important Dog package includes a welcome bag with goodies like a reflective collar tag, wee-wee pads and treats; an in-room dog bowl and dog mat; pet ramp/stairs and pet bed upon request; a dedicated relief area; concierge services; and dining at hotel restaurant Coastal’s oceanfront patio or by room service. The hotel partners with barkBISTRO, a whole-food pet kitchen, to provide all-natural, fully cooked premium dog food.
601 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.567.8020; atlantichotelfl.com
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Ask any canine owner, and they’ll tell you it’s true—a dog really is a man’s best friend.