Bali Hotel Brings In Rescued Strays For Guests To Enjoy 'Puppy Therapy'
A hotel in Bali, Indonesia is bringing new meaning to "holistic getaway" with its unique offering - puppy therapy!
The puppies make their eagerly-anticipated appearances every Tuesday and Thursday, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Puri Garden owner Daniel Silva told Daily Mail that the puppies are strays, brought over by Bali Dogs Association. The hotel also makes donations to the association.
"We saw the benefits for the dogs spending time with the people to help them to be ready for their forever home, and it is a special experience for our guests," Silva told the news daily.
Besides adorable puppies, the boutique hotel also offers free daily yoga classes and ample places for you to just relax
It is also perfect for solo travellers, as one bed in their dormitory costs only IDR310,000 (approximately RM90) a night
Puri Garden offers female only and mixed dorms, with eight beds in each one. Private rooms start from IDR980,000 (approximately RM290) a night.
No matter which booking you make, all guests are provided with free daily breakfast, yoga classes, and WiFi.