Loews Hotels recently launched learning vacation packages for pets at three of its locations Nashville, Tenn., Denver, and San Diego.
Children and even their parents have long enjoyed the learning opportunities that travel affords, says Jonathon Tisch, chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels. Now the beloved family pet can not only tag along on vacation, but be an integral and amusing part of it.
At Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville, pet owners can sign-up their pet for professional voice lessons through its The Hound of Music package.
Besides studio time, the $1,599 per-night package includes a platinum-level suite, a voucher for pet room service, a grooming session, a pet massage, and of course, a CD recording of the studio session.
At Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa in San Diego, dogs don board shorts for surfing lessons with their owners. Suruff Camp, $300 per day, includes water-view accommodations, a copy of the book The Dogs Guide to Surfing, a surf ‘n’ turf supper, and either board-shorts or an aloha collar.
At the Loews Denver Hotel, dogs on the Outward Hound Experience take a two-hour guided hike with a personal trainer, munch on healthy dog treats, and ride to and from the hike in a limo. The package runs $180 per night.
For more information, please visit the Loews Hotel website.
Posted: Dec. 16, 2005, 3p.m. EST