Honolulu's Pagoda Hotel Welcomes Dogs

Great news for Honolulu-bound dog-owners: The Pagoda Hotel is now welcoming pet canines in its rooms.

Guests can bring up to two dogs to their room, with a maximum of 40 pounds per room. The pets must be supervised at all times and on a leash or in a carrier in public areas, and a security deposit of $100 is required at check-in and refundable upon check-out after inspection of the room. Good to know: Certain breed restrictions apply, so check with the hotel before booking.

The nightly rate is $25 plus taxes, per pet and includes doggie pads to keep the room clean and copy of Hawaii Pet magazine.

Visit www.pagodahotel.com

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