Cello and Hooch stayed at the Residence Inn Baltimore Hunt Valley, Maryland for their first dock diving event of 2015.
This has been the third hotel we’ve stayed in since we’ve started practicing indoors for Hooch’s sake, and this is the third time we have gotten assigned to room 125 (which is also Brian’s extension at work – crazy, huh?!?!
It was such a great experience, as we had never stayed in a hotel that had a full kitchen, and provided kitchen necessities like plates, glasses, wine bottle opener, pots/pans, and had an eating area. Since it was freezing, and were weren’t going to be doing any sight-seeing, we very much enjoyed having these “extras.”
The hotel room was cleaner than clean!
The hotel offered grocery shopping free of charge, had all local take out menus on hand, and offered an included breakfast that was just as good as home-cookin’!
The staff could not have been more helpful during our stay.
We met several other people, all with four-legged children.
The sink area was separate from the main bathroom area, which made it nice while trying to get ready.
Cello and Hooch were very comfortable!
Overall, this was one of the best hotel experiences we have had, and would highly recommend staying here!
Bentley is about to experience his first hotel stay. We have our paws crossed! Haha!
Good luck! Keep me posted! Here are some helpful things others have told us, or we have discovered on our own that make the hotel stay a little easier:
1) when you check in, request a room on the first floor, near an exit for easy in/out for potty let-outs
2) roll a towel up and place at the bottom of your hotel door (shadows of people walking by prompt lots of barking)
3) use a white-noise machine (or download a free app on your phone) and place it by the door to drown-out unfamiliar noises that may keep dogs up at night barking… you will get a much better night’s sleep!
Wow! Thanks so much! I will remember all of these tips. All night barking could be a problem that we don’t want! Haha!