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Citadines Apart'hotels introduces pet-friendly services and advice

No need to miss out on London’s sales for want of a dog-sitter.  Pets are now welcomed in all five central London Citadines Apart’hotels (Citadines) serviced apartment residences.  For a small charge of £10 per pet per night, guests’ four-legged friends will be able to stay with their owner, whether it’s a business trip or pleasure.   Accommodation is available in London from £100 per executive studio per night (up to two sharing).

In order to satisfy your pet’s individual requirements, nothing is too much trouble at Citadines.   On arrival owners may discuss a personalised housekeeping programme (weekly or daily) to keep disruption of the pet’s routine to a minimum.  Also on arrival owners will receive the invaluable Wuff Stuff leaflet recommending delightful London walks for dog and owner.  Central routes include St James’s Park, Regents’ Canal to Little Venice, and along the Thames at Westminster.

For a longer outing, how about a rural romp at Marble Hill or Chiswick House and Gardens?   Citadines will arrange a regular dog-walking service on request and if your pet is in need of some R&R Citadines will make a reservation at The Mutz Nutz’s recently opened luxury dog and cat Spa, or book you and your pet in for a one-day grooming course at Grand Union Pets. 

The Wuff-Stuff leaflet also recommends a selection of dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and bars near each residence as well as a local vet for general supplies or emergencies and the best butchers to order marrow bones for a treat.  For the pet-about-town’s designer accessories, Wuff Stuff suggests Mungo & Maud Dog & Cat Outfitters.

Up to two pets per accommodation are permitted; advance reservation is essential as there is a limited number of dedicated pet-friendly apartments and studios per residence.  A good variety of useful pet items are available for loan free of charge (a £10 refundable deposit per item is requested) ranging from leads or bowls to baskets or blankets.

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