Dubai's only mountain resort – JA Hatta Fort Hotel announced last month that it is now ‘officially dog friendly’, and guests can stay over with their furry friends overnight as well as participate in fun picnics and barbecues for dogs and their owners, amidst the spacious greenery and landscaped grounds of the Hajar Mountain resort.
The new doggie staycations are open to dogs of any size, and the hotel will provide beds and toys upon request. Pets and owners can dine in their rooms or in the picturesque, shaded area of the Palm Tree Garden and enjoy meals from all JA Hatta Fort restaurants and cafes at the comfortable outdoor picnic tables as the dogs relish the fresh air. Though dogs must remain on a leash in most areas for the safety of other native wildlife, they are permitted to roam free and burn off energy in the designated outdoor marquee area with plenty of rocky terrain to explore. For overnight stays, pet owners will be charged a fixed sanitization fee of Dh150 for the stay, plus an additional Dh50 per pet, per day for additional cleaning.
JA Hatta Fort Hotel has also teamed up exclusively with FLOPSTER; an UAE-based app that centralizes all pet-friendly venues and activities throughout the UAE. A “Flopster” menu will be available every day of the week for visiting guests and pets at JA Hatta Fort Hotel, for Dh80 per person.
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