Nadler Hotels pampers to pooches with new pet-friendly policy


Nadler Hotels has introduced a new pet-friendly policy that will see dogs accepted at its hotels in London and Liverpool.

Guests to one of four properties in the Nadler portfolio can now request to bring their dog and stay in a pet-friendly room for a £50 per night and a pre-authorisation deposit of £200 required at check in, which is released upon departure after a room inspection.

Doggy guests will be pampered with a luxury pet bed, floor mat, food and water bowl, with a ‘surprise treat’ on arrival.

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Founded in 2006 as Base2Stay, Nadler Hotels was founded by Robert Nadler and now comprises three hotels in London – Kensington, Soho and Victoria – and one in Liverpool.

The group’s fifth hotel is scheduled to open in London’s Covent Garden in early 2019.

Chairman Robert Nadler stepped down from his role as CEO earlier this year, and was replaced by David Orr in June.

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