Such is the case of the recently-opened Actuel Dogs hôtel in the suburbs of Paris which, as its name suggests, is exclusively for guests of the four-legged kind.
With just six rooms it could perhaps be described as a "canine boutique hôtel" and has been inspired by similar set-ups in the United States and Japan.
Ulysse, one of the guests at Actuel Dogs (screenshot from Agence France Presse video report)
It's the brainchild of animal behaviourist Stan Burin and his wife Dévi, who wanted to offer dog owners a place to leave their pets while they went out to work.
"We started out from the principle that dog owners were looking for something other than kennels," Dévi, told RTL radio.
"What we're offering in a sense is a pet-sitting or foster service if you like, except we've pushed the concept a little further," she continued.
"Rather than introducing the animal into a setting intended essentially for humans we've created an environment specifically aimed at the well-being of the dog."
What exactly that implies is explained by taking a look at the hôtel's website to discover what owners - or should that be their furry friends - are getting for their euros.
There's a games room, a heated swimming pool, a massage room, bathroom, single rooms and suites and à la carte menus.
And that's not all. The hôtel is close to one of the city's major parks, the Bois de Vincennes, and takes full advantage of its location by offering individual or group "doggy walks", the more physically exerting "doggy jogg" as well as "doggy rando" or hiking and "doggy vélo" where your four-legged friend can enjoy running alongside a bicycle.
Although Dévi insists that the hôtel isn't exclusively for dogs whose owners have deeper-than-average pockets, such luxury of course has its price.
Half-day board starts at €26, while full-day during the week begins at €35 for a standard room and €45 for a suite and that includes two walks and "unlimited access to the games room."
Owners can also keep track of how their pets are faring in pooch paradise by webcam or email.
And whoever said it's a dog's life?