Sentosa Pet Staycation - Singapore Capella Hotel x perromart

perro Editorial Sentosa Pet Staycation - Singapore Capella Hotel x perromart

Planning a staycation but can’t bear to leave your furkid behind? This pet-friendly hotel in Singapore is every pawrent’s dream!

 

Got the travel bug? With COVID-19 still at large, we’re all too familiar with this feeling. But guess what, it’s totally possible to have a vacation without stepping foot onto a plane! Introducing a new trend of “staycations”: PET-CATION. As pet parents ourselves, we always feel a tinge of guilt when leaving our furkids behind during our travels. Not anymore! Until 15 June 2021, perromart and Capella Hotel have teamed up for an "Island Pet-Cation Package"! Take a look at the tour our team (and our furkids!) went on:

 

 

The first sight that greeted us when we stepped into our villa was a welcome perromart box filled with premium treats, chew toys, walking essentials, shower kit, and a new set of pet bowls!

 

 

 

Take a dip in your private villa pool with your pup!

 

 

Celebrate your furkid's birthday/ adoption day! 

 

 

Enjoy your in-room breakfast together with your pet so you won't have to leave them behind!

 

 

  

 

Island Pet-Cation Package includes:

  • One-night accommodation in a villa
  • Daily in-room breakfast for two adults
  • Complimentary perromart welcome pack
  • Complimentary overnight parking per room for the duration of stay
  • Complimentary Guest Benefits (view full list)

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Valid for stays from 20 January 2021 to 15 June 2021
  • Each booking is entitled to one set of perromart pet welcome pack, additional set is chargeable
  • Items in the welcome pack are subject to availability. Should any items be unavailable, a replacement item of equivalent value will be offered.
  • Maximum pet weight of 33lbs or 15kg is allowed for each stay.
  • Pets will not be allowed to visit public facilities such as The Living Room, pool, spa and dining outlets.

 




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