A four-star hotel in Versailles - one of France's leading tourist destinations - is attracting guests by offering gourmet food to their dogs.
The Trianon Palace is one of the top hotels in Versailles
Unlike many other luxury establishments, the Trianon Palace hotel has always allowed pets onto its premises.
But from 4 September, canine guests will receive VIP treatment.
The hotel is introducing a new package called "heavenly pet," featuring room service menus for dogs.
The delicacies on offer include pure beef hamburger, fillet of fish, chicken breast - all served with fresh vegetables.
"We also propose dog biscuits for those who have a specific diet and are not used to eating fresh food on a daily basis," Trianon Palace spokeswoman Vanina Minassian-Sommer told BBC News Online.
Portion sizes will vary according to the size, weight and breed of the dogs.
Ms Minassian-Sommer said the hotel had decided to launch the scheme to reaffirm that dogs are welcome, and offer a wider range of services to them and their owners.
Four-legged visitors will also be offered a designer basket with a luxury blanket, as well as a range of pet toiletries including shampoo and a popular fragrance called Oh My Dog!
The package - which costs 365 euros ($400) a night for a couple and a pet - also includes an "agility course" for dogs in the hotel's grounds.
For those eager to pamper their pooches even more, extra services - such as grooming and psychological support - are available for a supplement.