The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasCheck Prices
The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas Is A Pet Friendly Hotel
Traveling with your pooch? Bring two of your best furry friends to Las Vegas with you. The Cosmopolitan loves treating these cute travelers with the best amenities. There are two dog runs and any room you choose is pet-friendly. The Cosmopolitan also allows dogs of any size or breed. Just make sure your dogs are up-to-date on their shots before arrival.
If you leave your pup in your room while you party, just make sure that they are in a kennel. An additional charge per dog per night will be applied to your stay.
Bellagio Las VegasCheck Prices
Bellagio Hotel Vegas is Pet-Friendly
When it comes to pets the Bellagio is happy to provide dog-friendly accommodations. Guests assigned to rooms in the Bellagio Tower will find the pet relief area located near the North Valet, and those in the Spa Tower will find the Station near Vdara Dog Park closer. Having your dog stay with you at the Bellagio is a worthwhile experience.
Up to two dogs are allowed in one hotel room, which must be a combined maximum weight of 100 pounds. Like in most Las Vegas hotels, having a dog in certain public areas is not allowed, except in the event of passing from one area to the next. These prohibited pet areas include The Spa, Pool Area and Food and Beverage outlets. Dogs left unattended in a room or suite must be placed in a carrier or kennel.
Bellagio Hotel & Casino Resort tries to make the stay for your dog as comfortable as possible. They offer three exceptional services to help your dog enjoy its holiday. One of these services is dog walking. We all know how much our furry friends love to go for a walk. The staff at the Bellagio understand this too. That is why they have a list of expert dog walkers that they collaborate with to help your dog get out and about to enjoy the sights and sounds of Vegas. A check-in service can also be arranged for a small fee. If you are going to be out for a while and want someone to check in on your furry friend, this can be arranged as well.
Mandalay Bay Las VegasCheck Prices
About Mandalay Bay Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Mandalay Bay is a great resort to consider if you are traveling with your pet. Bring up to two dogs along with you on your trip, and enjoy having your most loving family member along for the ride. Your two dogs must not weigh more than a combined 100 pounds.
Of course, there is an additional fee to bring your pups. This fee is $100 per night per dog. This rate is applicable to rooms only as suites will require a fixed price per night, per dog. Reach out to the concierge if you need dog sitting services, a kennel or information about nearby dog relief areas.
Four Seasons Hotel Las VegasCheck Prices
About Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
There’s no reason to leave your pet at home when headed on vacation, especially if staying at the Four Seasons. Both dogs and cats are welcome as long as the combined weight of all pets in the room is less than 25 pounds.
You can expect the same 5-star treatment for your pets when bringing them along. Ask for a bed for each pet, and they will gladly have them waiting in the room. Bowls and leashes are available as well. If ordering in-room dining, a pet-specific menu is available for your extra room guests.
No pets can stay in the room unattended. However, pet sitting services are available if you are away. These can be arranged before arriving or, if you aren’t sure when you’ll be out, just call the concierge to arrange the service when needed.
While there is a standard per-pet fee for any cats or dogs that will be staying with you, the Four Seasons is known globally as one of the most pet-friendly hotels. They consistently go above and beyond to give your four-legged family members the same standard of service as any other guest.
Paris Las VegasCheck Prices
About Paris Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Want to bring your dog along with you to Paris Las Vegas? As part of the Caesars Entertainment PetStay program, Paris Las Vegas has rooms just for them. Arrive in your room to a welcome treat for your pup and a provided dog food and water bowl. An informative packet will tell you where potty areas are, where guests are allowed to walk dogs and where the nearest veterinarians are.
There is some special pampering in store for the humans, as well. You’ll love that these rooms have a tub, valet laundry service and a mini bar. When it’s time for your pet to relax in the room on its own, be sure that they remain in an in-room crate until you return. Crate rentals are available upon request.
Bring up to two pooches with you, as long as they each weigh less than 50 pounds. Each dog will add extra fees per night to your bill, along with a deposit. You will be asked to sign a waiver, accepting responsibility for cleaning and damage.
Your pooch will love Paris Las Vegas. Ask about pet-friendly rooms—for the perfect canine chateaus—when booking a room with On The Strip.
Park MGM Las VegasCheck Prices
About Park MGM Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The hardest part about leaving home can be leaving our furry friends behind. Park MGM proudly boasts that it is “just as obsessed” with pets as you are. The hotel allows up to two dogs per room, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds, though you will have to pay a charge per dog, plus tax. Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms and suites, however, due to health code regulations, only service dogs are allowed in public areas such as restaurants, the spa, and pool – with the exception of guests that are just passing through these areas.
Park MGM also offers Doggie Butler Services in which a hotel representative will spend some time with your pet while you are at a meeting or relaxing poolside. The Park MGM concierge will also arrange dog walking services if needed. Park MGM also provides guests with a designated Pet Relief Area outside, between the hotel and T-Mobile Arena.
ARIA Resort & Casino Las VegasCheck Prices
About ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The Vdara at The Aria has unique Vdog suites, which must be reserved in advance. You will receive an amenity bag on arrival with snacks and bowls. A charge of $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $150 per night, per dog plus tax for suites, will be applied to your account. You are allowed up to 2 dogs as long as the combined weight does not exceed 100 pounds.
Should you require a pet sitter, The Aria provides you with these services so that you can go out and enjoy Las Vegas whilst your dogs are well looked after. There is a unique in-room dining menu for dogs, and crates are available on request to ensure that you have peace of mind. You have access to The Vdara dog park 24 hours, and it even has a walking trail for those gorgeous midnight walks around the park. It shows that The Aria cares as much for its four legged guests as it does for those that walk them onto the premises. Any dog lover will love these policies and the peace of mind that their furry family members can join them for a memory-making experience is enough to fill any dog-lovers heart with happiness.
Caesars Palace Las VegasCheck Prices
About Caesars Palace Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Caesars Palace is a participant in The PetStay program, which only allows dogs. So leave your alligators at home. Each room can have up to two dogs, as long as they weigh 50 pounds or less and are present at check-in. There is no restriction on dogs walking through common areas as long as they are on a leash and accompanied by their owners.
Owners of dogs must be prepared to accommodate their dogs until the room is ready. Dogs must be kenneled or removed from the room during housekeeping. Housekeeping may be scheduled at your convenience; however, at least every other day, housekeeping must be permitted to service your guest room.
Las Vegas is a dog-friendly city with lots of locations just a short walk or drive from Caesars. Within the city limits, there are several different off-leash dog parks. On the Las Vegas Strip alone, they include Charlie Frias Park, located on Decatur Boulevard, and Western Trails Park, found south of McCarran International Airport. Western Trails Park also has several picnic tables, plenty of parking and a playground for the little ones. Pet owners are also allowed to walk their pets along the Las Vegas Strip daily between the hours of 5 a.m. and noon.
Downtown GrandCheck Prices
Pet Friendly/Dog Friendly Hotels
Downtown Grand offers pet-friendly Deluxe King and Deluxe Queen rooms equipped with food and water bowls for those guests staying with up to two dogs.
Guests traveling with dogs are welcome at the Downtown Grand, where several pet-friendly Deluxe Queen and Deluxe King rooms are available. In addition to the standard in-room amenities, you will find food and water bowls and a mat already in the room waiting for you. There is a weight limit of 50 pounds per pet, and you may have up to two pets in the room. A small daily fee is applied to your rate.
These rooms start at 350 square feet and include comfortable beds with soft, high thread count linens and supportive foam pillows. SNOOZ White Noise Machines allow you and your pups to get a restful night’s sleep with ultimate relaxation. You’ll find two complimentary bottles of water, replenished daily with housekeeping, in your room.
Deluxe guest rooms at the Downtown Grand include a wardrobe, built-in desk, large-screen TV, and upscale decor. USB outlets are located at each nightstand and the desk. Bathrooms may have either a shower/tub combo or a walk-in shower. Plush towels and complimentary toiletries are provided.
Only specific Deluxe King and Deluxe Queen rooms are pet-friendly, so choose this option when booking your room. Dogs must be on leashes while in the hotel or casino.
Planet Hollywood Las VegasCheck Prices
About Planet Hollywood Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
For anyone traveling to the Strip, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a PetStay-affiliated hotel, meaning that you and two pups can travel to the resort in comfort.
As a canine-exclusive resort, two dogs are allowed at Planet Hollywood. Be sure to factor in additional fees and a refundable deposit. Once they arrive, they will be treated like esteemed guests. All of the bells and whistles are present for the pets, including crate services, doggy welcome packages and designated areas for relief—for pets and parents, literally. Having trouble finding the spots? Consult the map that accompanies the check-in process to find outdoor areas for necessary stops, as well as other external facilities for dogs to run around and humans to socialize.
Note: Not all rooms and suites at Planet Hollywood are PetStay friendly. When booking a Las Vegas hotel room with On The Strip, mention staying in a pet-friendly room. Read more about pet-friendly hotels on the Strip to understand the amenities of a PetStay program as well.
Rio Las VegasCheck Prices
About Rio Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Those guests traveling with their pets are welcome at the Rio. PetStay offers each pet a welcome treat and clean food and water dishes upon check-in. PetStay eligible accommodations include the Deluxe Masquerade mini-suite room and the much larger Masquerade Suite, allowing you to choose the size and amenities most suited for your stay.
The Deluxe Masquerade is a 500 square foot room with a small seating area. It is available with either a king bed or two queens depending on your needs. Masquerade Suites are 1,600 square feet with separate living and dining areas with contemporary decor and sweeping 180-degree views of either the Las Vegas Strip or the surrounding mountains. The suite includes a spa tub for two with a view. Both of these accommodations are non-smoking when staying with a pet.
Guests checking in with pets will have a slightly later check-in time than most other guests, and an additional fee. There is a limit of two pets per room, and pets must be less than 50 pounds each. Waivers must be signed to include any damages or cleaning required after your stay, which is standard for most Las Vegas accommodations that allow pets.
The Westin Las VegasCheck Prices
About The Westin Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The Westin Las Vegas brings the perks of pet-friendly features to its four-star amenities. This hotel is a modern take on classic lodging, and its accommodation extend to furry friends, feathery friends and friends with gills.
Bring up to two pets per hotel room, which includes a wealth of animals. Dogs, cats, birds and fish are all welcome to stay at The Westin Las Vegas, but amphibians and other exotic animals will need to stay behind.
The pets can only weigh 50 pounds each, and each pet will incur a nonrefundable fee upon arrival. They also need to accompany you around the hotel and cannot stay behind in the room.
MGM Grand Las VegasCheck Prices
About MGM Grand Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Take your furry best friend with you when you stay at the MGM Grand. The resort offers “Doggie Butler Services” for additional fees. The four-legged accommodation options include a 10-minute check-in to see how your canine companion is doing while you are away, dog walking and Buddy’s Box, which includes three dog treats, two toys and a bandana.
Bring up to two dogs, as long as their weight does not exceed one hundred pounds combined. You’ll also have to pay an added $100 per dog per night fee if you choose to stay in a room. Should you choose a suite, that fee rises to $150 per dog per night. Do not leave your pup unattended if not in a crate, and contact concierge services if you would like a dog sitter.
Luxor Las VegasCheck Prices
About Luxor Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Ready to walk the sands of the pyramids? Even the Egyptians loved to pamper their dogs. Bring your pupper along with you to Las Vegas. Luxor has dog friendly rooms prepared just for them. Up to two dogs may come to your special room with you, and cannot weigh more than a combined thirty pounds. You will have an extra fee on your bill: $50 per night, per dog in a room, or $100 per night per dog in a suite.
If you must leave the room, make sure to place your dogs in their crates. Or, you may also contact the hotel concierge to set up dog sitting services. Housekeeping is also just a call away, should any accidents occur.
Trump International Hotel Las VegasCheck Prices
About Trump International Hotel Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The Trump International Hotel has a generous pet policy. They allow up to two pets per room, each up to 25 pounds and provide your pet with the same luxury treatment that you can expect to receive yourself. There may be an additional fee per night as well as a deposit hold for incidentals which is standard for most hotels that allow pets.
Be sure to let the Trump Attache concierge service know that you will be staying with pets and a few details such as how many, their weight and any special requirements you’ll need during your stay. They will ensure that plush dog beds, food bowls and a water bowl with bottled water are all set up in your guest room or suite before you arrive. There will also be a gourmet treat and toys.
Trump Attache can also arrange for pet-walking services. If you are away from the hotel for extended periods while visiting the Strip or attending a conference, they will ensure that your furry family members are well cared for. If you plan on taking your pets with you, they can also provide you with a map of pet-friendly attractions and dog parks.
Virgin Hotels Las VegasCheck Prices
About Virgin Hotels Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
When you’re on vacation, one of the most stressful things to worry about is who is going to take care of Fido when you’re not around. Eliminate that stress with one of the most pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas. The cozy dog-friendly chambers and “pet-menities” are tailor made for your four-legged best friend.
Take a load off, unleash, unwind and enjoy all that Sin City has to offer at Virgin. Not only is your furry friend welcome, but they will be treated in a manner that they will quickly become accustomed to. With comfortable dog beds, dogs can get a good nights’ sleep and you can too with peace of mind. The hotel concierge can help you find dog sitting services as well.
Named one of USA Today’s “Ten Best Pet-Friendly Hotels,” you can trust that your canine companion is going to get the red carpet treatment, with water bowls and food dishes—and let’s not to forget the treats. Your fuzzy companion is sure to enjoy themselves in style as every fur guest will receive a Virgin Hotels bandana to strut in style. There are no size or breed restrictions either, so you can rest assured that you can have your best friend by your side.
Bally’s Las VegasCheck Prices
About Bally's Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Bally’s Las Vegas is an ideal location for you to take your dogs with you on vacation. Dogs are the only animals that are allowed at Bally’s. So please leave your ostriches at home. Bally’s Las Vegas accepts two dogs up to 50 pounds for an additional fee of $85 per dog, per night, plus a $100 refundable deposit per night. Just be sure that your furry friend doesn’t cause any damage while there.
Guests with pets are only allowed in ‘Pet Stay’ rooms which cannot be booked online. Unattended dogs must be crated, as well as when room service is visiting your room. Be sure to follow these rules to avoid any fees or fines.
Bally’s Las Vegas has plenty of dog-friendly amenities, such as off-leash dog parks, walking trails as well as dog services like grooming and veterinary care. In addition to food and water dishes and mats, Bally’s Las Vegas also offers dog treats and disposable waste bags to their guests’ canine companions. It all comes together to show that this location loves its four-legged guests as much as their owners. It also gives those traveling with dogs a chance to experience memories together rather than simply traveling together.
Delano Las VegasCheck Prices
About Delano Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Dogs are welcome at The Delano Las Vegas. You may have up to two dogs that weigh a maximum of 100 pounds combined. The hotel does not permit other pets, either for hotel guests or for visitors. For the room or suite, a charge per night and per dog will be applied to your account. Unless it’s in a kennel or carrier, your dog cannot be left unattended in your guest room at any time.
Health code regulations prevent dogs, other than service dogs, from being allowed in public areas, such as food and beverage outlets, the spa, and pool areas, except to pass through. On the property, you will find a designated outdoor dog park as well as rooms and suites that accept dogs.
Embassy Suites Convention Center Las VegasCheck Prices
About Embassy Suites Convention Center Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Whether you’re away for a night or a week, it can feel like forever when you’re traveling without your best furry friend. If you don’t want to leave Spot at home, consider staying at the Embassy Suites near the Convention Center. For a fee, you can bring your best canine companion with you and stay in one of the incredible rooms, and utilize the pet-friendly amenities that Embassy Suites has to offer.
While there isn’t a green area to walk your dog in, there is space that you can let your pup run and do his business in. After all, it’s a vacation for them too. Who wouldn’t want to see something new? There are options for you as well if you would like to have a night on the town with your puppy. Check out Fashion Show mall and Ra Sushi or the Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort, where Cañonita welcomes your furry friends to their outdoor seating area.
If you’re looking for peace of mind that your puppy isn’t missing you or the lifelong companionship your canine brings, you can be sure that Embassy Suites Convention Center has just the right perks to get the tails wagging and the hearts happy.
Encore Las VegasCheck Prices
About Encore Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The Encore wasn’t always a pet-friendly property. However, in mid-2021, they extended their service to include the furriest of your family members. Only two pups are allowed in your room or suite with you, and each must weigh less than 35 pounds. A charge of $125 a night will be added if you book a dog friendly room, and that charge rises to $175 for a suite.
Dogs will get the royal treatment here with a welcome gift doggy bag of treats. The concierge will also help you set up dog walking or sitting services while you explore the Strip. There is even special room service for your dog, which delivers meats, fish, vegetable sides and desserts.
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About Flamingo Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The Flamingo wants to welcome every member of your family- even your dogs. Bring up to two pups along on your trip, and stay in an exclusive PetStay room. There is a fee per day for your puppers to attend. Ironically, dogs are the only pets allowed, which means…no flamingos.
This fee is $75 for each day of your stay, plus an additional nightly $100 deposit. This deposit is refundable if no damage is incurred to the hotel room. Dogs must weigh less than fifty pounds and be crated whenever you leave your room. The front desk has kennels if you forgot yours at home, or didn’t want to take it on your plane. The PetStay rooms, indicated by that name at booking, are simply rooms like the Studio or Fab Room, but with extra amenities. Your dogs will have food and water dishes, mats, waste bags, and dog treats to enjoy.
Be sure to adhere to all the policies and ensure that your furry family member has the best stay without causing any damage or additional fines. If you follow them all, you’ll be sure to create memories for your four legged friends to last a lifetime.
Harrah’s Las VegasCheck Prices
About Harrah's Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Harrah’s is one of the many dog friendly hotels in Las Vegas. You may choose to bring up to two dogs, as long as they weigh less than fifty pounds each. You’ll have to pay an additional fee, of course. This fee is $50 upgrade fee per night for your pet, plus a $50 cleaning fee per pet.
The hotel provides food and water dishes, waste bags, and treats for your pooches to enjoy. There are also dog-friendly outdoor spaces here, and specified dog walking routes. Your pups will love taking in all the new smells.
Dogs are permitted in the pet-friendly room, mail lobby and dog park relief area (located outside the main entrance). Check in with PetStay at 4pm and keep your furry pal with you until the room is available.
Lastly, if you leave the room, your dogs must be crated. If you do not have a crate, simply ask at the front desk. One will be available for a small rental fee.
The LINQ Las VegasCheck Prices
About The LINQ Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
The LINQ has many rooms available to you and your party. This includes your best loved furry friends. The LINQ loves its four-legged guests as much as its two-legged ones, and the hotel takes extra steps to make everyone feel welcome.
At the LINQ, book a PetStay room to bring along your dog. PetStay rooms are a part of the patented Caesars programs which is exclusive to dogs. Visiting dogs must weigh less than 50 pounds per pup. You can only bring in two dogs, and both must be present at check-in. You might pay a little more for your PetStay room, with a daily fee and a refundable deposit in case of incidents, but it’s worth it to bring everyone’s favorite family member on a Strip vacation.
To keep man’s best friend close by, walk your dogs through common areas while leashed. If you leave your dog in your room—when it comes time to explore Las Vegas with the other humans of the party—they must be in a crate. If you do not have a crate, inquire about renting one at the front desk, along with more services from The LINQ for dogs of many sizes and breeds. When booking a room with On The Strip, inquire about pet-friendly options.
New York-New York Las VegasCheck Prices
About New York-New York Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Dogs love to visit New York New York almost as much as their owners. That’s because New York New York is a dog friendly establishment. Their dog friendly rooms allow for up to two dogs, with a combined weight of one hundred pounds or less.
If you are staying in a room, the fee each night per dog is $50. If you are staying in a suite, the fee is $100 per dog per night. Also, New York New York staff is available to assist you and your pet during your stay. If you need a dog sitter, contact the concierge. If you need housekeeping, just give them a call from your room as soon as possible.
NoMad Las VegasCheck Prices
About NoMad Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Don’t worry about finding a dog sitter for your Las Vegas vacation. Dogs are welcome guests at NoMad. Up to two dogs with a collective weight of 100 lbs are allowed in the hotel. In addition to rooms and suites, dogs can enjoy the hotel outside in the property dog park and in designated relief areas. Just like any other public setting, dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.
The staff understands that dogs may need to stay behind when their humans want to go out to explore on the Strip. NoMad offers dog sitter services when owners need to step away, to make sure that your dog is attended to in your absence. When left unattended in the rooms or suites, the presence of kennels or crates is requested for dogs to reside in until the owner’s return. If housekeeping is needed, don’t worry; the service is available for pet messes, should they occur.
As an added bonus, ask about a Doggy Box, a fun feature for pups to join in the fun of a hotel souvenir. The package includes bones and a bandanna.
Residence Inn By Marriott Las Vegas Convention CenterCheck Prices
About Residence Inn By Marriott Las Vegas Convention Center's Pet friendly policy
The Residence Inn is a family friendly, kid friendly, and pet friendly property. Bring up to two of your pets along with you on your trip to Las Vegas, and they will appreciate your lovely room, too. Before bringing your pets, however, make sure they comply with the rules that the Residence Inn has in place.
At their Convention Center location, only pets sixty-five pounds and under are allowed. Also, you will be charged an extra $100 per stay if you bring a pet.
The Cromwell Las VegasCheck Prices
About The Cromwell Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
With all of the style and class The Cromwell exudes, some might assume that the hotel is for humans only. However, this Caesars property is a happy host to dogs that want to soak up the property’s vintage charm alongside their owners.
A maximum of two dogs up to 50 pounds each are allowed at the Cromwell Las Vegas for an additional fee per night, plus a refundable incidental deposit. When dogs are with their owners and on a leash, they are permitted to walk through the designated common areas of the hotel floor. If guests choose to leave their furry friends in the room to relax, they must be in a crate until owners return—hopefully with leftovers from dinner in hand.
As part of the PetStay program, dogs are the only pets allowed at the resort. Guests receive dog-friendly amenities such as a mat, food dishes, water bowls and dog treats, as well as bags for anything the pups may leave behind.
PetStay resorts are equipped with pet-friendly areas within their hotel premises, including welcome packets that give guests directions to relief areas and pet-friendly walks. If you as a guest request it, they’ll also receive information about dog-friendly products and services in their area such as grooming, walking and veterinary care.
When booking a room with On The Strip, inquire about pet-friendly rooms at The Cromwell Las Vegas.
The Mirage Las VegasCheck Prices
About The Mirage Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Any dog owner hates leaving their pup behind when leaving on vacation. It’s tough to find a place to board them, and even tougher to find a place that you trust. However, guests staying at the Mirage won’t have to worry, as you are allowed to bring your dogs with you to your resort room.
Bring up to two dogs with you to the Mirage, as long as they weigh no more than a combined one hundred pounds. Anticipate an additional dog charge of $100 per night for rooms, and $150 for suites. Any dog attending must be fully potty trained, but if needed, just call housekeeping if you need cleanup.
The Signature at MGM Grand Las VegasCheck Prices
About The Signature at MGM Grand Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Dogs are more than welcome at the Signature at MGM Grand. In fact, the Signature claims to be just as obsessed with your pup as you are. They show this by offering special dog friendly rooms with wonderful amenities. Upon arrival, you will be able to order your dog (or dogs) food from a special menu.
Guests are only allowed to bring up to two dogs along with them, and both dogs combined may not weigh over 100 pounds. Dogs will also incur an additional fee for each night of your stay- to the tune of $150 per night per dog.
Vdara Las VegasCheck Prices
About Vdara Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Vdara Hotel at ARIA welcomes your furriest family members with open arms. Dogs are the only pets allowed here, but Vdara invites them in with flair. Bring up to two pooches along with you, as long as their combined weight does not exceed seventy pounds.
Should you stay Sunday through Thursday, there will be an additional $100 per night fee. If you book Friday and Saturday, the fee is $150 per night. Of course, dogs must be kenneled if you leave them in the room. Didn’t pack one in your luggage? Request a crate at the front desk.
When it comes to dogs, Vdara pulls out all the stops. During their stay, they will receive cozy blankets, special treats, and may order from a special in-suite dining menu. If you need a bowl or dish, it will be provided. At Vdara, there is even a fenced in dog park next to the valet.
Westgate Las VegasCheck Prices
About Westgate Las Vegas's Pet friendly policy
Westgate Las Vegas invites dogs to come along on your vacation with you. Should you decide to take your furry friend along, you will be asked to pay $100 for a pet cleaning fee. If you choose not to inform the front desk of your pampered pooch, this fee will double.
Limitations include bringing only two dogs onto the property, with a combined weight of 60 pounds. If you only bring one dog, that dog must weigh below 60 pounds. In addition, certain breeds are not allowed on Westgate property. These breeds include Great Danes, Shar-Peis, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, German Shepherds and more. Check with the property by calling ahead when booking your vacation to make sure your dog is allowed.
Tips to Find Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
On the Las Vegas Strip, pet-friendly hotels mostly mean dog-friendly hotels. The only exceptions to this rule are the Four Seasons, located on the top floors of the Mandalay Bay, and the Trump International Hotel, which both allow cats.
Dogs are esteemed guests through a variety of programs available through pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. PetStay is a patented Caesars Palace program that spans over eight properties on the Strip. Dogs will receive the royal treatment with their own amenities like mats, food dishes, water, and of course, treats. Other hotels have individual policies and allowances for dogs, such as weight allowances and “doggy concierge” features.
Walking services, cozy beds, and even special check-ins are a few of the accommodations for four-legged friends and their humans to enjoy at pet-friendly hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Pet relief areas are also scattered throughout hotel grounds, so there’s plenty of room for pets to do their business — which is also a relief to owners not looking to clean up after them.
Weight requirements, extra charges, and the number of pets allowed vary for each property. For more information on each specific hotel, read our guide to pet-friendly hotels on the Strip.
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FAQs on Pet-Friendly Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip
Are dogs allowed on the Strip?
Can dogs go in casinos?
Only service dogs are allowed in casinos. Dogs and other pets are allowed in the hotel and rooms, as well as other areas of the properties.