After a healthy sprint on $10,000 AstroTurf and relaxing massage in the zen room, privileged pets in south Florida chow down on chef prepared dinners of organic filet mignon with green beans, free range chicken with brown rice, or fresh fish with sweet potatoes.
Such meals and other food requests are delivered to their cage-free luxury suites illuminated with crystal chandeliers. They can dine on individual queen-sized dog beds with bamboo mattresses and high thread count sheets while watching 101 Dalmatians on HD flat-screen TVs.
The new Posh Pet Hotel in West Palm Beach, Florida, is a luxury overnight and daycare resort for dogs and cats like no other, modeled after a five-star human hotel.
“We’ve loved pets all of our lives and decided to open something different, a place where parents would feel comfortable leaving their pets,” owner Lincoln Baker, 45, tells PEOPLE.
“We created a safe, clean and beautiful environment that is posh and luxurious to take dog and cat boarding to a higher level. We researched this for three years to get it right.”
According to the American Pet Products Association, it is estimated that $60.59 billion will be spent on pets in the U.S. this year with $5.24 billion of that amount going to services like grooming and boarding.
At the Posh Pet Hotel – designed with a variety of dog and cat art, clever dog and cat related door pulls and dog illustrated wallpaper – no expensive has been spared.
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