Does your bucket list include your dog?
Well, now it can… with these unbelievable spots! Totallyyy sound like the infomercial guy.
Anyway, there are just some places in the world you need to see with your own eyes to believe. I still haven’t even reached the top of my list (haven’t been to Toyko, Bali, Fiji etc) but these three dog-friendly hotels are definitely in my top 3 experiences with the pups.
1. Dog Bark Park Inn
It’s a giant Beagle! This adorable bed + breakfast was built by 2 artists in Idaho and has become a famous landmark affectionally called Sweet Willy. It’s set on spacious acres with other interesting knick-knacks built on it like a giant coffee pot and fire hydrant. A sweet spot to literally get away (no phone or TV) and relax. A night will only set you back $130 plus $15 for a pet. Read my full review here.
From the legendary Aman hotels, Amangiri is set in Utah (a four hour drive from Las Vegas) and it is literally my dream hotel. The vibe (chill), the decor (desert zen) and food (all-inclusive). Set in the famous Utah landscapes, it feels like you’re in the middle of Mars–no cell phone service and eerily silent. The hotel is carved into the rocks and is just magnificent. I have never seen anything like it. Rooms start at $1800. Read my full review here.
This was a unique experience in Miami. I did not expect this kind of glamour from this hotel. It feels very international with an Art Deco twist. Service is top notch with butlers and a South American-inspired spa with one of the largest hammams on the East Coast + treatments developed by shamans. And you know what all of it reminded me of? That jetsetting but hippie auntie wrapped in a floor-grazing bohemian skirt made of Indian Silk, of course, with a sage smudge stick in her straw purse and orange leather Hermes slides on her feet (I’m hoping that’s me one day, obvi). Rooms start at $1500. Read my full review here.