If you’re the kind of person that enjoys only the finer things in life, and you make sure that everyone in your inner circle is also spoilt bloody rotten then make sure these hotels are on the bucket lists of yourself and your best puppy friend. They’re pet-friendly baby, because our four-legged mates deserve pampering too.

Pier One Sydney Harbour

Right here in our own fine country is Pier One sitting smack bang under the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Filled to the brim with all the spoils of what you’d want from a stay at a luxurious hotel, Pier One also has a range of pet-friendly rooms that come with a doggy bed and water bowl, and guests can pre-book a whole minibar full of treats for their floofy friend.

The Penninsula Beverly Hills

If there’s one place that knows how to do sojourns in style, it’s Beverly Hills. I once went to the Hills and I shit you not, the streetlights on Rodeo Drive are crystal chandeliers in glass boxes. They KNOW luxury living.

The Penninsula is the go-to for bougie hotel life, and they’re pup-friendly so your dog can totally live it up in the most comfortable way possible.

Think relaxing doggy massages, personalised towels, and a specially-designed menu for pooches that really wanna hit up that room service.

The Larmont, Potts Point

Back in Sydney, recently opened Larmont in Potts Point loves to spoil the puppies of their guests with a personalised welcome note, a bed full of toys, and a bunch of yummy treats for them to enjoy during the stay.

Milestone Hotel London

If your pet has ever looked at you with eye that say “human, I wish to own a custom bed made especially for me and my rotund baboomba” then please, take them directly to the Milestone Hotel in London, because you can make all their pampered puppy dreams come true.

Have some high-tea with your fancy furry friend and make the absolute most of their 24-hour butler service, while your pooch can doze happily in their specially-made robe. Pure bliss.

I wanna say that the luxury hotel world has gone to the dogs, but I actually totally support this. More pedicures for pups, please.