Canine Connoisseur Program at the Beverly Hills Hotel

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Traveling with Fido? The Beverly Hills Hotel rolls out the red carpet for four-legged friends. With the Canine Connoisseur Program, the luxury hotel’s staff will greet your pet by name each time s/he prances through the lobby. Upon arrival, a front desk agent will treat your hound to personalized homemade doggie cookies, then escort you to your room to point out the custom-made doggie bed, food, and water bowl. Plus, your dog’s meals can be ordered off the room-service menu.

Booking tip: When traveling with your dog, you’ll need to book a room in the bungalow section of the hotel, and a non-refundable fee of $200 is required.

The Beverly Hills Hotel is feting its 100th anniversary this year with a host of celebratory events. To honor this big birthday, the hotel has embarked on a restoration program led by designer Adam Tihany. All guest rooms are expected to be renovated by early 2014. Surrounding one of the largest hotel pools in L.A. are 21 private cabanas… Read more here. For more information about this Dorchester Collection property, visit www.beverlyhillshotel.com

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