A hotel in Bali just wants its guests to be happy.
The proof? It offers “puppy therapy” every Tuesday and Thursday, which is just what it sounds like: A chance to unwind with some puppies.
Oh, and you’re out by the pool. And you’re unwinding with rescue pups, so it’s for a great cause. What more could you ask for?
Puri Garden works with the Bali Dog Association, a group that wants to put an end to the suffering of street dogs in Bali. (Cool concept: U.S. hotels, take note!)
Puppy hours are from 1:30 to 3:30, and honestly, what’s not to love?
Check out some of these photos from Puri Garden’s Instagram page.
Also, just a thought: On the hotel’s website, it lists “six reasons to stay with us,” and puppy therapy isn’t even on the list. This feels like a missed opportunity, right?
Puri Garden does sound like it has a ton of offerings though: from a “world famous” yoga barn, as it says online, to a traditional Balinese dance each week and a new trendy cafe, this place is hopping.
Rooms start at about $22 a night, once you translate rupiah into U.S. dollars, although that’s for a hostel-style setup with bunk beds and such -- daily yoga’s included, for what it’s worth.
You can book your own room for about $70 a night, which sounds like a steal to us.