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Rhombus Hotels in Chengdu and Hong Kong Now Pet-Friendly

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Five hotels within the Rhombus International Hotels Group have launched a promotion for pet lovers who travel with their cats and/or dogs.

The pet-friendly package is being implemented at Hotel Panorama by Rhombus in Tsimshatsui, Hotel LKF by Rhombus in Central, Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus in Wanchai, Hotel Pennington by Rhombus in Causeway Bay and Rhombus Fantasia Chengdu Hotel in Chengdu, China.

All dogs and cats, which weigh under 25lbs, are welcome and the hotel even provides a water and food bowl, and toilet basin or toilet sands depending on what is required.

Daily housekeeping can be provided upon a guests request, and once the pet has checked out the hotel deep cleans the guestrooms in preparation for the next guest.

Ms. Alison Yau, our Regional Director of Sales and Marketing of Rhombus International Hotels Group, said, Rhombus International Hotels Group is very pleased to introduce the Pet-Friendly Package. Being one of the few hotels that allow pets in Hong Kong and Chengdu, China, Rhombus hotels continues to provide personalised service and distinctive experience for our discerning guests.

A maximum of two pets (dogs and cats only) are allowed in a separate paying guestroom. The pets health certificate should also be provided in advance, and other terms and conditions may apply.

Rhombus, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Cats, Dogs, Pets

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