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Marcus® Hotels & Resorts Kicks Off the Busy Summer Travel Season at Pet Friendly Destinations

The busy summer travel season is just around the corner. For those traveling with their Fido friends, what better way to enjoy it than to stay in a pet friendly destination? Marcus® Hotels & Resorts, a leading national hotel management company is welcoming pet travel companions at several of its pet-friendly properties nationwide.

One out of three pet owners take their pets with them if they leave for more than two nights according to the American Pet Products Association. “In order to accommodate this demand, many of our pet-friendly properties pull out all the stops to make our four-legged friends feel at home when staying with us. They receive a warm welcome, a variety of important amenities such as a goody bag filled with treats and toys, and a pet bed for proper sleeping arrangements. Our friendly hotel staff is also available to accommodate any pet needs and is even prepared to give a pet or belly rub in a moment’s notice. At any of our pet-friendly properties, our furry friends are sure to get a VIP pooch experience,” said Joseph Khairallah, chief operating officer of Marcus Hotels & Resorts. 

Check out some of these FIDO Picks of the Litter below!

“Rover-Night Package” at The Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, Wis. (www.thepfisterhotel.com)

Pet friendly accommodations at The Pfister Hotel include the same superior service, breathtaking architecture and modern amenities that is expected at this AAA-Four Diamond historic property. The “Rover-Night Package” includes one-night accommodations, a doggy gift basket including a plush pillow, treats, toys and/or maps to local parks, and a monetary donation to the Elmbrook Humane Society in your honor. Pet cleaning fee included ($100 value). For more information, visit: http://www.thepfisterhotel.com/milwaukee-hotel-room/pet-friendly-milwaukee

Hilton Milwaukee AAA-Four Diamond Hotel in Milwaukee, Wis. (www.hiltonmilwaukee.com)

This AAA-Four Diamond property has a special enclosed courtyard to allow pets to run, play and be outside! For more information, visit: http://www.hiltonmilwaukee.com/hotel-accommodations/pet-program.asp

Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln, Neb. (http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lnkfs-the-lincoln-marriott-cornhusker-hotel)

At The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel, Nebraska’s #1 hotel for leisure and business, pets are treated as any other guest: like a part of the family. Furry family members enjoy a truly brilliant experience with a package at check-in tailored just to their travel needs. This includes a lush bed, pet treats, waste bags and toys to provide a relaxed and comfortable stay. Located in the heart of downtown Lincoln, Neb., the hotel’s central location provides pets access to gorgeously landscaped walking paths throughout the area. The hotel also believes in giving back by doing an annual campaign in April where 10% of rooms booked go to the Capital Humane Society.

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace Hotel, Madison, Wis. (www.hiltonmadison.com)

As one of the first hotel’s in the Madison market to implement a successful pet friendly policy, the Hilton Madison is known to treat their pet guests with a comfortable and pampering experience. Pets’ names are listed on the welcome board in the lobby, they have access to water and dog treats all day, they can enjoy a small or medium-size pet bed and receive a welcome bag upon arrival with treats, a small toy and waste removal bag. The hotel also allows pets to join guests on the patio of its Capitol ChopHouse restaurant for dining.

Other Marcus Hotels & Resorts pet-friendly destinations include: InterContinental Milwaukee HotelGrand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva, Wis., Sheraton Madison HotelAC Hotel Chicago DowntownHilton Minneapolis/Bloomington HotelThe Garland in North Hollywood, Calif., The Platinum Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., and Westin Atlanta Perimeter North Hotel.

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