Luxury dog hotel in India features velvet beds, private balconies and spa

Source:Ecns.cn Published: 2017/12/7 14:12:52

A luxury hotel for dogs in Gurugram, India, is said to be the first to open in South Asia. Pet owners can book in their dogs for $70 a night in the luxury pet suite, which has a velvet bed, TV and flap leading to private balcony. Dogs can also use the swimming pool, enjoy spa and eat in the special dog café, with a 24-hour veterinary clinic available. (Photo: Ecns.cn/VCG)


 

A luxury hotel for dogs in Gurugram, India, is said to be the first to open in South Asia. Pet owners can book in their dogs for $70 a night in the luxury pet suite, which has a velvet bed, TV and flap leading to private balcony. Dogs can also use the swimming pool, enjoy spa and eat in the special dog café, with a 24-hour veterinary clinic available. (Photo: Ecns.cn/VCG)


 

A luxury hotel for dogs in Gurugram, India, is said to be the first to open in South Asia. Pet owners can book in their dogs for $70 a night in the luxury pet suite, which has a velvet bed, TV and flap leading to private balcony. Dogs can also use the swimming pool, enjoy spa and eat in the special dog café, with a 24-hour veterinary clinic available. (Photo: Ecns.cn/VCG)


 

A luxury hotel for dogs in Gurugram, India, is said to be the first to open in South Asia. Pet owners can book in their dogs for $70 a night in the luxury pet suite, which has a velvet bed, TV and flap leading to private balcony. Dogs can also use the swimming pool, enjoy spa and eat in the special dog café, with a 24-hour veterinary clinic available. (Photo: Ecns.cn/VCG)


 

A luxury hotel for dogs in Gurugram, India, is said to be the first to open in South Asia. Pet owners can book in their dogs for $70 a night in the luxury pet suite, which has a velvet bed, TV and flap leading to private balcony. Dogs can also use the swimming pool, enjoy spa and eat in the special dog café, with a 24-hour veterinary clinic available. (Photo: Ecns.cn/VCG)


 

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