Being greeted by a perfect blend of cute and hot that is a receptionist (male or female) has become an indispensable part of the hotel industry.
Although the idea is not very new, but imagine a hotel who has kept pets as their employees. This will surely catch your attention and upsurge your interest of spending time at that particular hotel.
Therefore, here we have a compilation of the hotels that keep pets as a part of their staff.
The Algonquin Hotel has a cat mascot since the 1930's. The current cat's name is Matilda who is allowed to roam anywhere except for the kitchen and dining. To your surprise, she has her own email id: email@example.com
These hotels have pet-friendly policies with a canine ambassador program that brought dogs to various hotels across the U.S, Canada, and Kenya.
The three cats call the tower as their home and give the guests company in their solitary stays. The cats are gray in color and very friendly.
This hotel has around 36 chains all over the U.S., and has employed the resident dogs.
This hotel provides you with the cutest of facilities, where it has 3 distinctions--
1) It does not charge you extra for bringing pets to the hotel.
2) You will find a dog sitting at the reception to greet you.
3) If you fall for a dog to an extent that you feel like taking it home, then you are allowed to.
It has pet-friendly policies to welcome the dogs both as guests and employees.
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If you carry your pets to this hotel, they will receive a food bowl accompanied by a welcome note from pet ambassador Bella the Boston terrier but they charge a $100 non-refundable pet fee.
There are majorly two dogs available for lobby greetings namely Bella the Bernese mountain dog and Bachelor. They are even free to sleep around anywhere and are not restricted to be on duty everytime.
Although it was opened in 1929, its 'pet menu' makes it all the more famous, which, in addition to traditional dry or wet dog food, includes options of chopped sirloin cheeseburger served with raw carrot fries, a grilled boneless chicken breast, and strips of New York strip steak.
This one is a little different from the rest of the list and also an unexpected one. The Peabody Memphis waddle through the lobby twice a day, i.e., at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. This practice was not started intentionally.
It dates back to the 1930s where the general Frank Schutt and his friend had put some of their ducks in Peabody's famous fountain. The ducks became popular among the guests accidentally, and this scenario clicked them, to use the pets as an attraction. And for the record, ducks are not served in their hotel.