Pets are considered part of the family and as such, you’d like to be with them during your R&R time. The sad thing is finding pet-friendly establishments can be difficult that sometimes, you’re forced to leave your furry babies home. Thankfully, there are hotels and resorts where your pets are welcomed with open arms:

1. Oakwood Premiere Joy-Nostalg Center Manila

This hotel in Ortigas is perfect for your feline friends -- in fact, you can bring two of your cats along for a relaxing stacation. Dogs are also welcome but you can only take one with you that's less than two feet in height. The hotel also thoughtfully provides a scratch post for your kitties.

2. Somerset Olympia Makati

Do you have unconventional pets like a reptile or maybe a big dog? Somerset Olympia Makati allows them to tag along. You just need to pay P5,000 for the clean-up and maintenance fee and abide by the house rules for pets. Upon check-in, your pet will receive complimentary welcome baskets with treats. The hotel also has a list of nearby vet clinics should your furry friend need a sudden check-up.

3. AurumOne Makati

AurumOne Makati is a great pet-lover's staycation venue. It’s very affordable at less than P2,000 a night and you just need to pay P1,700 for your pet's accomodation.

4. Acuaverde Beach Resort

Acuaverde Beach Resort in Batangas features an entire beach where your fur baby can run wild for only P800.

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*Minor edits have been made by editors.

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