A globe-trotting dog is wanted to em-BARK on dream quest – reviewing canine hotels.
The top dog will be required to offer their four-legged insights on walkies, comfy bedding, pampering services – and top quality bones.
Together with their owner, they will post their hotel reviews on a leading accommodation website.
The new position of ‘canine critic’ at Hotels.com will give one lucky hound the chance to try out 10 of the world’s most dog-friendly hotels.
And there are just two requirements – they must be a bone-a-fide dog and have a taste for international travel.
A recruitment video has been created by the leading hotel provider and features doggie influencer, Dolly Pawton, reviewing The Curtain Hotel in London.
According to research, reviews of pet-friendly hotels have increased by 62 per cent over the past two years.
Following the surge, Hotels.com has launched a new category in its annual Loved by Guests awards – ‘Best for Pets’.
Liz Oakman, senior director and general manager EMEA from Hotels.com brand said: “We love our pets more than we love our other half at times, so it’s no surprise that we’ve seen a huge increase in travellers wanting to take their furry plus one on holiday with them.
“At Hotels.com, we want to make sure you find the paw-fect place to check into, so we’re excited to add a Best for Pets category to our Loved by Guests awards – but it doesn’t stop there.
“Our hunt for a Canine Critic is our way of ensuring our pet friendly hotels really are up to ‘scratch’ with a four-legged expert’s ‘paw of approval.”
Jet-setting hounds (and their humans) can apply for the role through Hotels.com’s Instagram channel by following them and posting a picture of themselves – tagging @hotelsdotcom and using #CanineCritic
Applications close: 23:59 on Sunday 25 August 2019.
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