HILTON BAHRAIN REDEFINES PAW-FECT EXPERIENCES
Hilton Bahrain Team visited Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre and set pet travel experiences to new heights
As Hilton Bahrain gears up for the opening, the property has expressed its continuous commitment to drive a positive impact on the environment and the local community. On June 11, the team paid a visit to Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre, formerly known as ‘Tony the Dogfather’ to shine a light on this non-profit organisation, dedicated to caring for rescued dogs and cats.
The facility shelters approximately 320 dogs and 150 cats on rented land in Hamala. The organisation which has been rescuing animals for over 10 years, solely relies on donations and volunteers to keep the shelter running. Its main goal is to care for, rehabilitate and ultimately find loving homes for the animals through pet adoption – both locally and abroad.
“As we begin to approach the countdown of our opening, I am very pleased to announce that Hilton Bahrain is a pet-friendly hotel. We continue to improve and redefine travel experiences and we understand the need for pet lovers, such as I, to have a trusted destination that will provide fantastic experiences not just for guests but for their pets too,” said Tamer Farouk, General Manager of Hilton Bahrain.
“Caring for our furry friends is an integral part of our identity and so is caring for our environment and the local community. This recent activity with Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre is just the beginning of many lined-up projects to support local organisations dedicated to sheltering these rescued animals. We salute their efforts and we will definitely continue our support to this worthy cause.”
The certified pet-friendly hotel redefines upscale urban living with paw-fect services so pets can have their own memorable experiences, including exclusive VIP pet membership, grooming services, treats and their own in-room pet dining menu.
Hilton Bahrain opens its doors in August of 2022 and is set to showcase an upscale urban lifestyle with its 348 leading-edge studios and apartments that cater to both, short and long-staying guests, as well as six distinct restaurants and lounges waiting to unfold and transform the culinary scene in the country.
For inquiries and support please follow and message @bahrainanimalrescuecentre on Instagram.
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