Pets & Hotels Play Well Together - Furry guests get respect at our Kelowna Hotel!
July 08, 2011
Thinking about traveling with pets?
For anyone who has a beloved pet, you know how hard it is to leave them behind when you travel. They get those big "sad eyes", look up at you, and silently plead for you to take them with you. Or sit in your suitcase, preventing you from packing and at the same time covering everything with fur (a subtle souvenir for you to remember them by?) You feel guilty about going away and leaving your furry friend to sulk and wonder when you're coming back.
Depending on your pet and the purpose of your trip, you may be able to put the wag back in your best friend's tail! Many pets are more than happy to travel. And many hotels in Kelowna offer pet-friendly accommodations for you and your BFF, which means more pets are getting to experience travel with their families!
The Best Western Kelowna Hotel has a variety of pet rooms available, including Standard, Deluxe and Kitchen Suites. These pet designated rooms are of the same high quality as any guest room in our hotel, as we believe ALL our guests should enjoy a clean, comfortable and updated guest room during their stay. Our special guests will even get a "goody bag" full of treats and toys at check in! And with helpful staff to direct you to the best dog parks in Kelowna, as well as the closest pet stores and groomers, our hotel is ideal for pampering your pet!
Traveling with pets can have its challenges, but if you do some planning in advance, it can be a great experience for both you and your companion. And finding a hotel in Kelowna that loves them too is now a reality! Get more details on pet friendly hotel room options and make a reservation at The Best Western PLUS Kelowna Hotel & Suites. Your pet will thank you....just look at that smile!
Check out these pet travel tips including great advice on how to travel with dogs, cats, and even feathered friends.
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