Citadines welcomes pets at its London properties

George Sell By George Sell
09 January 2014 | Updated 30 January 2017

UK: Ascott's Citadines brand has announced it will welcome guests' pets at its five London Apart-hotels properties.

Pets are now welcomed in the serviced apartment residences at barbican, Holborn, South Kensington, Trafalgar Square and City Road, for a charge of £10 per pet per night.

Citadines says that on arrival owners "may discuss a personalised housekeeping programme (weekly or daily) to keep disruption of the pet's routine to a minimum" as well as receiving "the invaluable Wuff Stuff leaflet recommending delightful London walks for dog and owner". It can also arrange a regular dog-walking service on request and will make a reservation at a recently opened "luxury dog and cat spa".

www.citadines.com

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