This might be the greatest amenity ever.

By Jordi Lippe / Departures.com
July 28, 2019
Courtesy Kimpton

This article originally appeared on Departures.com.

One of the best parts about staying in a hotel is the room service. Pretty much any time of day you can call and have food, snacks, or other amenities delivered to your suite. But what if you could have cute, cuddly creatures brought to you on-demand? Well, now it’s possible as Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Denver created a Puppies + Prosecco Package.

In honor of National Dog Day, the property will include a private puppy party when you book a night in a Luxury Suite on August 23 through August 26. Yes, once you book the package, you simply let the front desk team know what day and time during your stay you would like to have puppies brought to your room. The number of puppies ranges from six to 10, depending on how they are feeling that day, and you receive an hour of private playtime. A puppy expert will also be on hand to answer any questions you have about puppy care.

And you’re doing more than just indulging yourself in a pile of cuteness. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the booked packages will be donated to Lifeline Puppy Rescue, a local no-kill rescue for young puppies throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.

“At Hotel Monaco, we are always looking for advanced elements of comfort and feelings of home for our guests,” said Chris Guse, general manager of Hotel Monaco Denver. “With that approach, puppies have naturally been incorporated into our evening wine hour program. The joy this activation has generated for everyone involved made it apparent we needed to take the concept to another level but in a more intimate setting.”

As far as the prosecco portion of the heavenly equation, you will also receive your bottle of sparkling wine and Italian Cicchetti from Panzano. But, be careful how attached (or buzzed) you get. The puppies are provided by Lifeline Puppy Rescue and are all available to adopt. So, you could be coming home with a puppy (or 10).

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