Weston Hotel becomes pet friendly

7th Aug 2007

According to the Travel Industry Association of America, 29 million people have traveled with a pet within the past three years.  In response to this growing trend, the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure Conference Center & Spa has introduced a “Pets Can Stay” program allowing guests to share their room with their pooch for just $50 per visit. 
Upon check-in, canine guests will receive a bone as well as temporary identification tags with the hotel’s contact information in case they happen to stray away.  Owners will be given information about scenic dog-walking routes around the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure’s lush 23 acres and will be provided with “doggie bags” for easy clean-up during walks.  Special amenities include turn-down service with a nighttime treat and room service with dry and canned dog food available. 
Now that hurricane season is underway, Florida residents are beginning to make plans for their families in the event that low-lying areas are evacuated.  The Hyatt Regency Bonaventure recognizes that, for many people, a pet is considered part of the family and hotel guests shouldn’t feel guilty about leaving their dog at home during a storm. The new pet-friendly policy makes the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure an easy option for families who may be forced to leave the coast with their animals in town.



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