Travel Has Gone to the Dogs

On the road this holiday season? Many hotels now cater to furry guests.

Travel Has Gone to the Dogs
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At the Vintage Inn in California's Napa Valley, your room comes with pet bowls and a 300-thread-count pet bed. For an extra fee, Fido or Fluffy receives a goodie basket with a copy of Winery Dogs of Napa Valley (Winery Dogs Publishing) and foie gras dog treats from nearby Bouchon Bakery. Security deposit: $40. Weight limit: none.

Chicago's Trump International Hotel & Tower outfits rooms with plush dog beds and gourmet treats. For the dog about town, the hotel provides a book on pup-friendly places, access to a local dog park and dog-walking services. Security deposit: $200. Weight limit: 25 pounds.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, serves your pet's meals in metallic bowls with faux gemstones. The eco-friendly hotel also offers special treatments for dogs and cats at the world-class spa. Security deposit: $50. Weight limit: 50 pounds.




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