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Feline fancy? A luxury cat hotel is opening in south London

Ellie Walker-Arnott
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Ellie Walker-Arnott

Here’s some news to cheer up your Monday. Humans aren’t the only ones who get to enjoy luxury hotel experiences in the capital. A brand new cat hotel is opening in Norbury, south London this month. 

Described as a ‘boutique luxury hotel’, the Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Norbury offers six spacious five-star suites with views of a leafy garden. The bedrooms are climate controlled and open on to a safe, private play area. Visiting kitties are fed gourmet food on fine bone china off an `à la cat’ menu and can take advantage of a minibar and turndown service. They are visited by members of staff employed purely to entertain them, and they can even have paw massages or spa-style full-body grooming sessions. It’s not quite the Ritz, but it looks pretty fancy, as far as catteries go.

The new hotel is hosting a launch party this Saturday between 2pm and 4pm. You can find out more about the party and Longcroft’s other luxury cat hotels here

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