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Beijing’s pet hotels are charging US$77 a night over May Day holiday

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Pet owners in Beijing are paying upwards of 500 yuan (US) a night for their animals to stay in so-called pet hotels, according to a state media report.Average prices range from 80 yuan for a day’s accommodation at an out-of-town place to 300 yuan in accommodation nearer the city centre, China News Service (CNS) reported on Sunday.The most expensive venues charge more than 500 yuan a day for a “presidential suite” and extra for additional services like “games, running and swimming”, it said,…

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Pet owners in Beijing are paying upwards of 500 yuan (US$77) a night for their animals to stay in so-called pet hotels, according to a state media report.Average prices range from 80 yuan for a day’s accommodation at an out-of-town place to 300 yuan in accommodation nearer the city centre, China News Service (CNS) reported on Sunday.The most expensive venues charge more than 500 yuan a day for a “presidential suite” and extra for additional services like “games, running and swimming”, it said,…
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