Palazzo Versace Launches Pampered Pooch Package

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Palazzo Versace, AustraliaThe Palazzo Versace on Australia’s Gold Coast has been in the headlines recently after launching its “Palazzo Pooch” package. The Daily Mail exclaims that the “plush hotel has become the first dog-friendly five-star on the whole of the country's Gold Coast.” The fashion-branded hotel wants to “ensure not only you but also your beloved four-legged friend can receive the royal treatment.”

Hence this VIP (Very Important Pooch) package comes with lots of canine couture- like a designer pet bed, plus Versace crystal food and water bowls. Needless to say, room service options include treats for Fido. There’s also a pet gift menu. Priced at AUD$509 per night, the package includes accommodation for two people and one pooch in a Superior Pet Room along with room service breakfast. Note: Pet-sitters are available. For more information, visit

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