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Pet Friendly Hotels in the Alps

7 things to know

The search for pet-friendly hotels is constantly growing, especially in the Alps (a highly sought-after destination for dogs!).

The motivation is easy to find: our four-legged friends are constantly increasing in numbers (it seems there are 60 million in Europe alone), but what is changing rapidly is not just the numbers. More and more often, pets, especially dogs, are becoming true members of the family, and therefore spend more and more time with their owners. This is why the choice of how to spend free time, and holidays, is increasingly influenced by the presence of our furry friends.

Among the favorite destinations for those traveling with dogs, the Alps are in first place, and it is easy to understand why!

Dogs love being outdoors and running in nature, so there is no better place for a holiday with your loyal four-legged companion!

Over time, the number of hotels that allow dogs has increased, but they are not always truly "pet friendly". In other words, some hotels allow dogs but with many restrictions and few services. This is what you need to be careful about.

Pets are allowed in many hotels in the Alps. Guests are more than welcome to bring their pets during their stay. These pet-friendly policies can vary from one hotel to another, so it is important to check with the specific hotel you are interested in about their policies and any associated fees or restrictions. Here are some common features and considerations to keep in mind when looking for a pet-friendly hotel in the Alps:

Extra fees: Some hotels charge a one-time fee for pets, while others charge a daily fee. This is not necessarily "wrong": often this amount covers some services designed for pets, but it is good to check it at the time of booking.

Size and breed restrictions: Some hotels impose restrictions on the size or breed of pets allowed. For example, they may not allow large dogs or specific breeds often associated with aggressive behavior.

Pet-friendly rooms: Some hotels allocate specific rooms or suites for travelers with pets. It is important to verify which rooms these are.

Pet services: Some pet-friendly hotels in the Alps offer services such as kennels, food bowls, and treats for your furry friend. This is a sign that the hotel truly cares about animals and that they have reserved some little attentions for them that can make a difference.

Common areas: A very important detail to check at the time of booking is whether pets are allowed in all common areas or if they are restricted to staying only in their rooms.

Cleaning deposit: Some hotels may require a cleaning deposit to cover the cost of any necessary cleaning due to pet-related messes.

On-site pet services: The most advanced facilities in this regard have direct contact with a local veterinarian for any emergencies. Otherwise, it is good to inquire about nearby pet services such as veterinarians, grooming salons, and pet supply stores in case you need them during your stay.

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