Pet Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas to Pamper Your Best Friend

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A trip is infinitely better if you go with someone you love: your dog! For the past two years I’ve lived here, I’ve learned that Las Vegas is a very dog-friendly city. Most hotels on the Las Vegas Strip allow dogs on their property, especially if they’re a service animal.

It’s important to note that you must verify a hotel’s pet policy before you book your hotel. My mother-in-law recently booked a room at one of the hotels here in Las Vegas. During check-in, she found out that she couldn’t leave her dog alone in the room! Fortunately, she was able to leave her Shih-Tzu mix in my apartment during her stay.

Read on for pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. These hotels have pet-centered amenities and thoughtful details to pamper your pet while on vacation! Pet policies can change at any time, so verify with the hotel for the most up-to-date information.

 

What to look for in a pet-friendly hotel

I know you’re excited to come to Las Vegas, but take a pause before you hit that “Book Now” button! Talk to a hotel representative for their current pet policy and ask them the following questions:

  • How many pets can I bring with me?
  • How much is your pet fee per night?
  • Do you have a weight or breed restriction?
  • Can I leave my dog alone in my hotel room?
  • Do your pet-friendly rooms come with anything? (a bowl or kennel, for example)
  • Is there a pet relief station close by my room?
  • Do you have any dog-sitting or dog-walking services?
  • What areas of the casino/hotel can I bring my pet?
  • Are there any dog-friendly restaurants or activities around your hotel?

Make sure you bring a copy of your dog’s current immunization records. It will come in handy if you need to board your dog to an outside kennel or use daycare services.

 

Pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas

Most pet-friendly hotels on the Las Vegas Strip:

  • Allow dogs only.
  • Allow up to two dogs per room.
  • Require that your pets are kept in a kennel or crate when left alone in the room.
  • Charge a pet fee.
  • Allow service animals.

Here’s a list of pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, as of January 2019. I’ve compiled this list from information through their websites. Let me know if there are any updates or mistakes that you find! I’ll try to update this list as much as I can.

Bellagio Hotel & Casino
(888) 987 – 6667
Bellagio pet policy
Pet fee: $125 per night plus tax
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of 40 lbs.

Caesar’s Entertainment properties: 
Bally’s
Caesar’s Palace
The Cromwell
Flamingo Las Vegas
Harrah’s Las Vegas
The LINQ Hotel & Casino
Paris Las Vegas
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Rio
1 (800) 427 – 7247
Caesar’s Entertainment pet policy
Pet fee: Must book a “Pet Stay” hotel room & $100 per night “Incidental Deposit”
Pet weight restriction: 50 lbs or less

Our Experience: My family and I checked in at Bally’s for New Year’s Eve on December 31, 2018 with our two small dogs. On check-in we had to fill out a form with our pets’ details. It was smooth sailing after that! While they were in the room, our pets stayed in their crates. Our boys did well: no accidents on the carpet or any noise complaints toward us! Overall, we liked Bally’s central location on the Strip and the come-as-you-are relaxed atmosphere.

Circus Circus
(702) 734 – 0410
Circus Circus pet policy
Pets allowed at their RV park.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 
(877) 551 – 7778
The Cosmopolitan pet policy
Pet fee: $50 per dog, per night
Pet weight restriction: none

Delano Hotel
3940 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) – 632 – 7888
Delano Hotel pet policy
Pet fee: $85 per dog, per day
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of under 100 lbs.

Oasis at Goldspike
217 N. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown Las Vegas)
(702) 768 – 9823
Oasis at Goldspike pet policy
Pet fee: $50 per dog added to the resort fee
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of 100 lbs.

Park MGM
3770 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 730 – 7777
Park MGM pet policy
Pet fee: $75 per dog, per day
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of under 100 lbs.

Vdara
2600 W. Harmon Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89158
(702) 590 – 2111
Vdara pet policy
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of 70 lbs.
Must book a Vdog Suite.

The Venetian
3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 414 – 1000
Pet policy: I couldn’t find The Venetian’s pet policy online, however I called the hotel directly and the person on the phone confirmed that pets are allowed on the property.
Pet fee: $75 per night
Pet weight restriction: 1 or 2 pets with a combined weight of 50 lbs.

 

The best pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of the best dog friendly hotels in Las Vegas. This hotel has pet-friendly amenities such as two outdoor dog runs.  They don’t have a weight restriction so it’s perfect for guests with large dog breeds.

Good for: Travelers with large-breed dogs.

Delano Hotel

The Delano Hotel is another dog-friendly hotel in Las Vegas with thoughtful details to make your pup feel special. According to their website, you get a welcome bag with a doggy treat, waste bags & info about their doggy menu and “butler service.” You can order grass-fed beef, free-range chicken, veggies, & even pretzel treats from their Doggie Delights menu. For an additional fee, you can request staff to check on your dog while you’re away, take them for a potty break, or even just hang out with them in the room!

Good for: Pets that need a little more love and attention while you’re away

Park MGM

Park MGM, the Strip’s newest hotel made our list of the best pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. This hotel has a higher weight limit of under 100 lbs., so it’s perfect for travelers with large breed dogs. Park MGM offers special services such as a doggy menu and “butler services” for an additional fee. Call concierge to request staff to check in on your pet, take them for a potty break or a walk.

The best part about staying in the Park MGM is that The Park is just around the corner. The Park is a small outdoor area with live music, restaurants, and even a Hello Kitty Cafe. It’s a fun place to walk your dog and dine on the patio of the dog-friendly Beerhaus

Good for: Guests with large-breed dogs. Guests who don’t have a rental car and want to dine at a dog-friendly restaurant on the Strip.

Vdara

Vdara Hotel & Spa is an all suite pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas. It’s perfect if you want a relaxing stay without a casino in the property. Like the other top dog-friendly hotels, Vdara offers a menu just for your pal. They have their own outdoor dog park you can walk to at any time of day. You can also request a crate or an eco-friendly dog dish.

Good for: Pets that get antsy when there’s too much noise

Dog friendly hotels in Las Vegas

I hope this guide was helpful for you! I’ll try to add more information here as I encounter them. Feel free to let me know if there’s information that’s out of date.

Dog Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas

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