May 10, 2019 / Ellen Tailor / Q13 Fox

A fun escape: Bellingham hotel welcomes dogs and their humans to enjoy the view

The first employee you'll meet when you walk into the Hotel Bellwether is Bella, the canine concierge. She and the staff at the hotel with stunning views pride themselves on hospitality. “We’re proud of our guest loyalty. We’re closing in at about 50% of our return guests, and our occupancy is very high,” says General Manager Jim Haupt. The hotel houses a relaxed atmosphere in a quality surrounding. The professional staff, rooms and suites are kept in good repair. The quality of the food keeps bringing folks back, too. Read full article here: A fun escape: Bellingham hotel welcomes dogs and their humans to enjoy the view

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