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Holiday Inn Sydney Airport launches dog-friendly stays

Holiday Inn® Sydney Airport launches dog friendly stays and partnership with Dogtainers

Guests are able to extend their farewell and rest easy knowing their pet is being looked after.

Holiday Inn Sydney Airport today launched their dog friendly hotel package in response to the increased ownership of dogs over the last 18 months. The hotel has partnered with local pet travel specialists Dogtainers for those moving interstate or overseas for a true door to door experience.

The very imPawtant Puppy package includes use of a dog bed, bowls for food and water as well as a treat and toy for the dog to take home. Guests can be assured that each item is laundered between stays. Biggles Bar & Grill, the hotel onsite restaurant has opened their terrace area for dogs and developed a special dog menu.

Holiday Inn Sydney Airport has partnered with Dogtainers as they are local, and share a love of dogs. Dogtainers work directly with owners for a tailor-made travel solution. Dogs can be picked up directly from the hotel in a climate-controlled vehicle and transported to the premium holding facility before travelling.

Ben Burns, General Manager, Holiday Inn Sydney Airport said: "Our dog friendly hotel is there for the moments that matter the most. Whether we are a pit stop on an adventure or a final goodbye before a move overseas, we want to be part of it."

To allow for all travellers to take advantage of the package Holiday Inn Sydney Airport has opened up their secure CCTV carpark to Caravans and RV’s. Guests on a road trip or departing via plane can park their vehicle at the hotel. Parking starts from $35.00 per night with no height or length restrictions.

To assist with launching the package Holiday Inn Sydney Airport worked with local dog influencer Wilbur Jefferies. Wilbur has over 3,000 followers on Instagram.

To book the package guests can visit the website or call the hotel directly on (02) 9330 0600.

MEDIA RELEASE, 23 November 2021 (Sydney, Australia)

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