11 Top Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a very pet-friendly city, with most major hotels and resorts welcoming dogs (and some welcome cats, too). You can even walk your dog on the famous Las Vegas Strip, but only between the hours of 5am and noon.
When it's playtime, the city has 21 off-leash dog parks, so there's probably one close to your hotel. There is a dog park (open 24 hours) at the Vdara Hotel & Spa, part of the CityCenter development on the Strip.
As a desert destination, pet parents should be careful during summer months, as the sidewalk, street, and other outdoor paved areas can be too hot for doggy feet for most of the day. Choose a hotel with a lot of shaded outdoor areas and green space for even midday doggy walks.
Find the best place to stay with your four-legged family members with our list of the top pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas.
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Luxury Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
Some of the most expensive and exclusive Las Vegas resorts welcome pets. Aside from the sumptuous accommodations, many luxury hotels offer special pet amenities like play toys, pet sitting, and pet food selections on the room service menu.
1. Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Accommodation: Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas (located within the Mandalay Bay Resort) is a luxurious, gaming-free oasis in the heart of the Strip.
The Four Seasons is dog- and cat-friendly, for dogs and cats up to 25 pounds. There's a $75 per-pet, per-night fee. When you check in, you'll get a pet bed and bowls in your room, and there's a separate pet room-service menu. The hotel offers pet-sitting services, as you are requested to not leave the pets unattended in the room.
Aside from the pet-friendly policy, you get typical Four Seasons personal service and extremely luxurious accommodations. The rooms and suites have beautiful views of the Strip or city, and the hotel has its own exclusive pool. You also get access to the huge Mandalay Bay pool complex with its beach and mini water park.
Address: 3960 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada
2. Bellagio Las Vegas
Accommodation: Bellagio Las Vegas
Las Vegas' original luxury hotel is dog-friendly. You can have one or two dogs with you with a combined weight of less than 100 pounds. There's a fee of $150 per dog per night ($200 per dog per night for suites), and you can't leave them unattended in guest rooms unless they are crated. Only some rooms and suites are pet-friendly, and these must be reserved in advance.
There are several pet relief areas outside. If you stay in the Bellagio Tower, there's an area near the north valet entrance to the hotel. If you stay in the Spa Tower, you're closer to the dog park at the Vdara resort next door.
Some of the guest rooms require a long walk, which can be stressful for some animals, but you can ask at check-in for a room close to the elevators or in the Spa Tower.
Address: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada
3. The Mirage
Accommodation: The Mirage
This center-strip luxury hotel may best be known for its volcano and its dolphin habitat, but dogs are also welcome.
As with many Vegas pet-friendly hotels, only some rooms are designated as dog-friendly, and they must be specifically reserved in advance of arrival. There's only a limited number of those rooms, and once they're gone, you can't bring a pet.
The Mirage welcomes up to two dogs per room or suite with a combined weight up to 100 pounds. There's a fee of $100 per dog per night ($150 per dog per night for suites). Unattended dogs must be in crates.
For the ultimate in canine luxury, if you're really rich, consider renting one of the hotel's amazing villas. These are small mini-mansions with their own swimming pool and grass yard. They also come with a butler who can serve special dog meals from the room service menu.
Address: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada
4. Caesars Palace
Accommodation: Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace and eight other Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts (Paris Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Flamingo Las Vegas, Bally's Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel, The Cromwell, and the LINQ Hotel) are all dog-friendly, and all offer what they call PetStay rooms.
The program at all the hotels includes in-room food mats, pee pads, biodegradable waste bags, and doggy dishes. Each hotel has at least one outdoor pet relief area. PetStay rooms must be specifically booked, and not all rooms are dog-friendly. You can select a PetStay room when booking online or via the phone.
Pets must be present at check-in and must be crated when you're out of the room. They also must be crated during housekeeping, which can be arranged for a specific time each day. Dog crates can be rented for a fee.
PetStay rooms come with walking guides and info on nearby doggy services like grooming, walking, boarding and vet care. They also have dog-friendly items, including food, available for purchase.
Dogs must weigh 50 pounds or less, and up to two are allowed in each room. There's no specific up charge, but the PetStay rooms are priced higher than regular rooms (usually between $25 and $100 more per night). The hotels will also take an additional $100 damage deposit.
Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada
5. Delano Las Vegas
Accommodation: Delano Las Vegas
This non-smoking, all-suite luxury hotel doesn't just allow dogs, they welcome and love having them. The Delano (a hotel within a hotel at the Mandalay Bay complex) is a boutique luxury hotel offering some great amenities and specifically designed dog-friendly suites.
The hotel welcomes up to two (house-trained) dogs with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds (single big dogs are welcome). A fee of $150 per dog per day is charged, and dogs cannot be left alone in guest rooms unless they're in a kennel or crate.
Dogs on leashes are allowed in public areas but not in restaurants, the spa, or the pool areas. Pet sitting services are available via the concierge, ranging from a simple check-up in the room to a full walk, feeding, and brushing.
The hotel has an outdoor pet relief and play area near the valet parking entrance. It's real grass but not fenced in, so you can't let dogs off-leash. You get a doggy amenity kit with snacks and treats on check-in, and there's a special doggy room-service menu filled with healthy options.
Address: 3940 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada
6. Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
Accommodation: Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
This non-smoking Las Vegas hotel is so pet-friendly, it has its own 24-hour dog park (the only hotel in Vegas with one). This all-suite hotel is a relaxing place, as it's gaming-free. It's also a bit off the Strip, adding to the more relaxed atmosphere.
It's part of the CityCenter complex, which is a giant mall and entertainment zone with restaurants, movie theaters, and other Las Vegas attractions.
The Vdara has special Vdog suites, which must be reserved in advance. You can bring up to two dogs with a combined weight of 70 pounds or one dog that weighs up to 70 pounds. There's a fee of $200 per night per dog.
Guests with dogs get an amenity bag on arrival with snacks and bowls. There's a special in-room dining menu for dogs, and crates are available on request. You get access to the Vdara dog park, which is open 24 hours and also has a walking trail. The hotel offers dog walking through a preferred outside vendor and ten-minute check-in visits ($25).
Address: 2600 West Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada
Mid-Range Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
There are many mid-range Las Vegas resorts like Harrah's and the Flamingo that are pet-friendly and offer good value for money and a great array of activities.
1. NoMad Las Vegas
Accommodation: NoMad Las Vegas
Set within the Park MGM, NoMad Las Vegas is a sophisticated hotel done up in European style that is also dog friendly. The hotel allows up to two dogs with a maximum combined weight of 100 pounds with no additional surcharge or fee.
There is a designated outdoor pet relief area and dog treats and food can be ordered from the room service menu. As with other Las Vegas pet-friendly resorts, pets should not be left unattended in the room unless they are in a kennel or carrier.
The entire NoMad resort, including the adjacent Park MGM, which guests have access to all the amenities at, is entirely smoke-free. Choose from sophisticated, elegant rooms or suites, some with Strip views. The upgraded two-bedroom suites even come with billiards tables.
Other property amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, and spa at the Park MGM. There are also a number of on-site dining options, including an upscale restaurant set amid a multi-story library housing some 25,000 books from David Rockefeller's personal collection.
Address: 3772 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada
2. Platinum Hotel and Spa
Accommodation: Platinum Hotel and Spa
This is another very stylish, non-smoking, non-gaming (no gambling, no casino) property only a block from the Strip.
This all-suite hotel has huge suites; the smallest is 900 square feet. All the accommodations have large, walk-out balconies, something most Las Vegas resorts lack. The hotel has an outdoor and a unique-for-Vegas indoor pool open year-round, along with a rather large spa.
The hotel welcomes dogs under 40 pounds and charges a $100 fee per stay. There's an outside relief area near the valet parking entrance at the front of the hotel, and a small grass area behind the hotel. Waste bags, snacks, a toy, and dog bowls are provided on check-in for guests traveling with pets.
Address: 211 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
3. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Accommodation: Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Occupying the former site of the Hard Rock Hotel just off the Strip, this newly-opened resort includes all kinds of amenities and a live performance venue, The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. They love furry guests and welcome dogs of all sizes and breeds, with a $60 per day fee.
Guests with pets must book specific pet-friendly rooms in advance and these are slightly more expensive than non pet-friendly accommodations. The pet-friendly rooms at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton come with a little porcelain doggie placed outside the door to let people know there's a dog inside.
The rooms have a dog bed, food and water bowls and even a Virgin Hotels bandana for your dog to wear. Dog snacks and food are available on the room service menu. As at other Las Vegas hotels, dogs cannot be left unattended unless in a kennel or crate. Dog walkers and dog sitters can be booked through the hotel concierge.
Address: 4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada
Budget Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas
Even if you're on a budget, Las Vegas is a great city to visit for pet parents. Many cheap Las Vegas hotels and motels are pet-friendly and provide basic pet amenities and outdoor relief areas.
1. Golden Nugget Las Vegas
Accommodation: Golden Nugget Las Vegas
This large, downtown budget resort hotel is right on Fremont Street. It has 10 restaurants, two huge swimming pools, and about 2,400 rooms spread out in four separate towers. The hotel is right in front of the Fremont Street Experience entertainment area, but keep in mind that dogs are not allowed in that area.
The Golden Nugget has a limited number of dog-friendly rooms, which must be reserved in advance (no cats). Two small dogs (each under 35 pounds) are allowed or one large dog (up to 50 pounds). The cost is $60 per dog per day, and the hotel will also take a $100 extra refundable cleaning deposit.
You have access to two outside pet-relief/play areas; one is outside the Rush Tower and one is outside the Carson Tower, near the self-parking areas.
Address: 129 East Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada
2. La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport South
Accommodation: La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport South
If you're willing to stay away from the Strip (which is only a 10-minute drive), La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham is a pet-friendly budget Las Vegas hotel near the airport that gives you a lot for its budget price.
Dogs and cats are welcome (a maximum of two per room), each pet must be under 75 lbs. The hotel has special pet-friendly rooms, which must be specifically reserved in advance. There's a fee of $25 per night for one or two pets, with a maximum charge of $75 per stay (this same policy is in effect at most La Quinta Inn properties).
If you're visiting during the summer, be aware the hotel does not have a lot of green space or covered space for dog walking. There are additional Las Vegas-area La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham locations in Red Rock and Summerlin; both share the same pet policy.
Address: 6560 Surrey Street, Las Vegas, Nevada
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