For a nation of pet lovers, the launch of the Pets For All Seasons package at Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is sure to set tails wagging. Pet parents can enjoy a luxurious city-break at the Forbes 5-star Hotel – complete with relaxing in-room breakfast for two – and pamper their furry friend with a range of exclusive perks including a fun in-room pet’s tent, gourmet In-RoomPet Dining Menu, and welcome cookie bone amenity.
“With many of us being pet owners ourselves, we know that enjoying a vacation without your precious fur baby can feel counterintuitive,” says Yoony Song, Director of Guest Relations. “Pets For All Seasons is all about extending our luxurious welcome and service to canine friends up to 10 kilograms (22 pounds), and taking the stress out of vacationing with furry friends.”
The welcome cookie bone on arrival – made in-house with organic flax seeds, peanut butter and chicken broth – sets the tone for a city escape that guarantees pets feel treasured. Poached salmon with steamed quinoa and broccoli, and ground beef with steamed greens and fresh red cabbage are just two of the freshly cooked delights on the In-Room Dining Pet Menu, while the in-room tent is perfect for play and photos.
Guaranteeing plenty of space and comfort for a cosy staycation, the Pets For All Seasons package is available in the Hotel’s Deluxe, Premier, Family Premier, Corner Premier, and Grand Family rooms, with rates starting at just ~388 USD (excluding taxes). Pet parents can relax in the knowledge that the room rate also includes the fee for after check-out cleaning. Pets for All Seasons is available to well-behaved pooches under 10 kilograms or 22 pounds.
For a breath of fresh air away from the city for pets and their people, rural hikes are only a short drive away, including the soaring views from Inwangsan Mountain (15 minutes by car) and the perfect picnic spots that line the walking trails of Namsan Park (20 minutes by car). Closer to the Hotel, the banks of Cheonggyecheon stream – with its colourful artworks – and ancient architecture of Gyeongbok and Deoksugung Palace are just a few minutes walk, turning a stroll around the block into a feast for the senses.
With an ever-changing array of dog-friendly cafes, bars and restaurants springing up around the city, the Hotel’s Concierges are also on hand to offer insider tips on the best places to dine, play and party with a pooch.