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Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa in Japan launches Dog Promotion

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The Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa, a world-class spa resort hotel close to Tokyo, Japan, has launched a dog-friendly room promotion that ensures travellers and their ‘furry friends’ have a comfortable and relaxing hotel experience away from home. Valid from January 4, 2009, the package features a variety of pampering for you and your dog. Prices start from JPY 42,000 per stay in a 2-story cottage (95 square meters) with first floor Japanese and Western bedrooms and second floor spacious living room.

The promotion includes breakfast and free access to 11 types of spa - pools and Japanese hot spring. The hotel will also treat your furry friends like royal with special doggie amenities, including sleeping mat, food / water bowls with placemat, towel, etc, all neatly arranged in cottage. A ‘Dog-run’ is also located just around the corner from the cottage. The package is available for small to mid-sized dogs, up to 2 dogs per stay for just JPY 4,000 per dog.

Located in just 60 minutes away from central Tokyo, the Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa, which opened in 2004, lies at the foothills of the majestic Hakone Mountains, overlooking the rich blue waters of Sagami Bay. The hotel is situated in over 230,000 square meters of lush green gardens and equipped with 172 guestrooms with spectacular ocean vistas, one of the country’s finest and most expansive water parks, a Japanese styled natural hot spring bath, day spa, fitness center, tennis courts plus many more sports and lifestyle experiences.

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