There’s a hotel that will bring puppies and prosecco to your room

The puppies at the hotel
Fancy a puppy party? (Picture: Monaco Denver)

We all love staying in a luxury hotel – don’t we? The amazingly fresh bedding, the room service, and of course all the free soaps in the bathroom.

But one hotel has stepped it up a notch – by offering guests the chance to have prosecco and puppies delivered to their door.

The Kimpton Hotel Monaco, in Denver, has launched a new ‘Puppies + Prosecco Package’, where guests can book their own private puppy party while drinking bubbles.

The package was launched to celebrate National Dog Day.

Unfortunately, this isn’t for every guest visiting the hotel – this is only for those who want to book a luxury suite.

But if that’s you, you’ll be able to book your own private puppy party with puppies from Lifeline Puppy Rescue for all the cuddles.

The package includes a puppy party with between six and ten puppies being brought to your door for an hour of playtime, with an expert on hand to answer any questions you have.

There will also be prosecco and Italian cicchetties from Panzano just to make it even fancier.

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The hotel puppies
Don’t they look sweet! (Picture: Monaco Denver)
And the best bit? 50$ of all the proceeds will be donated to Lifeline Puppy Rescue. So it’s totally worth it.

The offer is only valid from 23-26 August.

Chris Guse, general manager, told Pretty52: ‘At Hotel Monaco, we are always looking for advanced elements of comfort and feelings of home for our guests.

‘With that approach, puppies have naturally been incorporated into our evening wine hour program.

‘The joy this activation has generated for everyone involved made it apparent we needed to take the concept to another level but in a more intimate setting.’

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