Always imagined how much better a hotel stay would be if you had your pet pooch with you?
Well, imagine no more - your dog can now get a job reviewing fancy hotels, and you can go too.
Hotels.com is searching for the perfect pup to stay in some of the nicest dog-loving hotels you've ever seen, and as their owner you're more than welcome to go along for the ride.
Your pooch will get to experience ten of the world's most dog-friendly hotels, testing everything from walks, bedding, pampering services and food, before posting a review on the site.
'We love our pets more than we love our other half at times, so it's no surprise that we've seen a huge increase in travellers wanting to take their furry plus one on holiday with them,' says Liz Oakman, senior director and general manager EMEA from Hotels.com.
'At Hotels.com, we want to make sure you find the paw-fect place to check into, so we're excited to add a Best for Pets category to our Loved by Guests awards - but it doesn't stop there.
'Our hunt for Canine Critic is our way of ensuring our pet friendly hotels really are up to 'scratch' with a four-legged expert's 'paw of approval',' she added.
Sign us (and our pup) up.
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