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Four-Legged Guests Get Top Dog Treatment at Hyatt Regency Mission Bay


New “Pawsport” program gives traveling pooches in-room perks and bonus point prizes

San Diego, CA, November 06, 2010 --(PR.com)-- It’s a dog life at San Diego’s pet-friendly Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina where four-legged guests receive top dog treatment when vacationing with their families.

Often cited as best of show when it comes to catering to their human companions, the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay is now letting “sleeping dogs luxuriate” at its two-acre waterfront retreat.

And with its new Gold Pawsport Program, these pampered pets will be upgraded to first-class status at this world-class resort property just minutes from downtown, beaches and popular tourist attractions.

“Stainless steel bowls, plush dog beds and a haute-dog menu ensure your pooch will be lavishly spoiled while away from home,” said leader of the hotel pack, General Manager Moshen Khaleghi.

Now, with the unleashing of its new Pawsport Program, dogs from all over the world are sitting at the hotel’s front door anxious to fetch an endless supply of treats, toys and room upgrades.

At check-in, furry friends will receive their own Pet Pawsport with vital information about program offerings and stamp boxes to the track number of hotel visits that quickly add up to posh pet prizes.

Similar to the Hyatt Gold Passport program for their two-legged guests, the Pet Pawsport rewards your critters frequent stays with added amenities and amazing awards, including cool gift certificates and personalized identification carrier tag. “The more times your dog stays here, the bigger and better the prize,” noted Khaleghi.

Even first-time guests can enjoy the in-room doggie menu with its mouth-watering and tail-wagging entrees. For $5 each, order up all-nature human-edible items such as Breath Bustin Biscuits, Woofie Cookies, Snicker-Poodles and Mission Bay Liver.

The hotel’s lushly landscaped grounds and prime location on scenic Mission Bay offers tons of shady and sunny places for dogs to romp and roam. There are plenty of parks and “barking lots” with disposal bays and trash bins as well as fresh watering holes.

San Diego also has a handful of leash-free beaches and many nearby parks, shops, galleries and outdoor cafes welcome canine customers with water dishes and doggy biscuits.

Pet-friendly room rates at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay start at $189 per night with a daily $30-50 service fee for guests traveling with their dog. Pets up to 50 pounds are allowed, multiple dogs cannot exceed 75 pounds in total. Guests must sign a waiver at check-in before their dog is ushered into creature comfort-filled rooms and attractively appointed public areas.

For more information about the hotel’s pet policy and Pawsport Program, visit www.missionbay.hyatt.com or call 619-224-1234.

About the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina
Neighboring SeaWorld®, the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina is perfectly situated to explore Balboa Park, Legoland®, the Gaslamp Quarter and San Diego's beautiful beaches. Our recently reinvented San Diego SeaWorld lodging features 430 guestrooms, three pools with waterslides, an award-winning signature restaurant Red Marlin, a poolside bar and lounge and eco-friendly Blue Marble Spa. Our San Diego, CA, lodging is located at 1441 Quivira Road. Visit www.missionbay.hyatt.com or call 619-224-1234 for reservations or more information.

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