Solis hotel exterior

An exterior nighttime view of the four-star Solís Two Porsche Drive in Hapeville.

Solís Two Porsche Drive in Hapeville has launched a program to welcome travelers with pets.

According to a news release, Sit, Stay, Solis offers tailored amenities like plush dog beds, a dog-only menu and a pet-focused happy hour.

Staff members will greet canine travelers at a custom pet check-in with a dog bed, food and water bowls and a crate.

Guests and their pets can visit the dog-friendly outdoor patio at the hotel’s restaurant Apron.

Executive Chef Derrick Green created a special menu with a variety of treats like “pupsicles,” the release stated.

A non-refundable pet fee of $75 per pet is required upon check-in for an overnight stay.

Dogs in hotel room

There is no weight limit but only two pets per room are allowed.

Puptails on the Pawtio will be held monthly with a mobile groomer onsite, pet trainer guest speakers, book signings with pet trainers and pet adoption information.

Pet rescue nonprofit Lifeline Animal Project  will appear at the next event, Aug. 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Information: 470-466-3300 or www.solis2porschedrive.com

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