One of the best things about staying at a hotel (aside from not having to clean up after yourself, of course) is the room service. There’s nothing quite as dreamy as having breakfast in bed after a leisurely lie in – or at least that’s what we thought, until we heard what one particular hotel is offering its guests.
The Kimpton Hotel Monaco has taken room service to a whole new level by delivering puppies and prosecco to your door step.
Yep, that’s right – guests are simply one phone call away from getting adorable little doggies and a chilled glass (or bottle) of prosecco straight to their rooms whenever they want, thanks to the hotel’s new ‘Puppies + Prosecco Package’.
The hospitality initiative, which has only been introduced based in Denver-based hotel, is in honour of National Dog Day on 26 August and is valid from 23-26 August. During these days, guests can request the package which will see six to ten puppies being delivered to their rooms as well as some lovely bubbles and refreshments by award-winning Italian restaurant, Panzano.
To make sure the initiative does some good, the hotel will give 50 percent of proceeds to local charity, Lifeline Puppy Rescue. That means you can throw your very own puppy party while giving back too – talk about a win, win situation!
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Celebrate #nationaldogday in style with our Puppies & Prosecco package. Book a night in our Lux suite and receive your own private puppy party with puppies from @lifelinepuppyrescue! Enjoy tail wags and puppy kisses while sipping prosecco and nibbling on Italian cicchettis from @panzanodenver. And best yet, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Lifeline Puppy Rescue. Link in bio!
However, it is worth noting that the offer is only available for guests who have booked into the hotel’s Luxury Suite.
Explaining the package, Chris Guse, general manager of the hotel, said: ‘At Hotel Monaco, we are always looking for advanced elements of comfort and feelings of home for our guests. With that approach, puppies have naturally been incorporated into our evening wine hour program.’
He added: ‘The joy this activation has generated for everyone involved made it apparent we needed to take the concept to another level but in a more intimate setting.’