Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 10 May 2014
Total posts 83
My wife and daughter just spent two nights at the Park Hyatt Melbourne on their way home from the Sunshine Coast, they have a beautiful blonde Labrador named Mr Walker who hangs out in the foyer.
Air New Zealand - Airpoints
Member since 31 Oct 2016
Total posts 206
That particular hotel is a favourite of mine.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer Platinum
Member since 07 Feb 2013
Total posts 431
I personally find it a bit tacky when I stay there, just a novelty for the sake of it rather than serving any real purpose.
Member since 13 May 2016
Total posts 54
One day you may need a guide dog like Mr Walker.
Member since 20 Sep 2013
Total posts 317
I agree with d platinum,no place for a dog.
Member since 29 Feb 2016
Total posts 20
Love it. Is he a fairly new resident? I don't recall meeting him on previous visits, but it has been a while. I will certainly look for him to say hello on my next stay in a few weeks.
Unsure how that justifies having one sitting in a 5 star hotel?
Member since 04 Nov 2011
Total posts 231
...and why not? It clearly works for the hotel and is a great initiative. Obviously the guests love it otherwise they wouldn't do it.
It's definitely a unique selling point, and a great banner showing and bringing attention to a cause that's important for the hotel.
Member since 17 Jun 2015
Total posts 40
Staying there in April next year when I take my wife to the Harry Potter play. Can anyone confirm if the breakfast they offer as part of the club room is continental or a hot breakfast. Their website doesn't seem to have much info on it.
Delta Air Lines - SkyMiles
Member since 16 Oct 2017
Total posts 267
Have stayed at PH Melbourne many times. I was last there about 6 months ago. Club breakfast is now downstairs in the restaurant, along with everyone else. It's an extensive buffet, with hot food prepared to order - which is great for the better quality, not so great for the wait at busy times. There may have been a small supplement for hot, I don't remember.
Member since 25 Feb 2017
Total posts 1
Originally Posted by reno
Plenty of hotels in Europe and the States allow dogs.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,118
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