Furry Friends Welcome
at the Hotel Bristol
Comfort at its highest for dogs, cats, rabbits, turtles and friends is the motto of the Hotel Bristol in Vienna. The new pet program offers animal luxury in a class of its own and is now accepting reservations.
The four-legged friends have their own menus and can select tasty dishes which are served in porcelain bowls at both restaurant and suites. Comfy beds, blankets and hand towels make for superior comfort while toys and all-natural products make the four-legged friends feel as snug as a bug in a rug. Animals have always been welcome at the Hotel Bristol, but this new program geared towards them rolls out the red carpet if you will. Guest appreciation is the main focus at the Hotel Bristol, and for many guests a holiday without their furry friend is unthinkable.
Five-Star Comfort for People and Pets
Animals are very welcome at the Hotel Bristol. In the Bristol Lounge, the chef serves them beef tartar, seasonal fish or poached capon breast. It goes without saying that these animal delicacies were tested by the management’s dog Brix and deemed to be excellent.
At the Bristol Bar, dogs and other pet friends can relax while their owners enjoy drinks such as the Bristol Cocktail. In the lobby, all animals receive a warm welcome and chewable treats from hundekeks.at upon check-in.
A special highlight for those vacationing with dogs is Fred & Otto in Wien, a Viennese city guide that is tailored to the wishes and needs of Brix and his friends. This guide lists, among other things, places where dogs are especially welcome and where help is available if worse comes to worst.
The Bristol concierge is also happy to help guests and their dogs to Viennese snacks for their sightseeing tour and, upon their return, provides optional all-natural dog shampoo. It goes without saying that the concierge can also provide assistance in looking for a suitable dog sitter.
For € 50 per day and pet, dogs and other pets enjoy this five-star comfort. Each day, € 5 are donated to the animal welfare organization TierQuartier Wien.
Photos: © Inge Prader