Bring Your Furry Friends With You to These Pet-Friendly Las Vegas Hotels

Las Vegas hotel casinos know that people love their pets, and an expanding number of properties allow critters of some kind, with dogs being the most common type of pet allowed.

Caesars Entertainment’s numerous properties have embraced the PetStay program, which allows a limited number of dogs under 50 pounds each.  So, if you’d like to bring your dog with you to Vegas, most of the Caesars properties are now dog-friendly.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas welcomes dogs and Trump International. All of these high-end hotels do have restrictions on the size of dogs allowed, but people with smaller breeds should have very few issues in finding a upscale property that welcomes dogsā€“and at places like Trump, even offers special goodies for Fido.

Staying off the Strip may give you more options for pet-friendly surroundings. At Rumor, the all-suites hotel across from the Hard Rock, a monthly “Yappy Hour” brings dogs and their people together. 

By far, it’s most common to encounter pet policies that limit the type of pet to dogs, and that also restrict the size of animals allowed. Before completing your booking at any Vegas hotel that advertises itself as pet-friendly, be sure to ask for specifics about restrictions and charges. Charges may include a per-night fee and deposits, which may or may not be refundable. Also, be sure to have your pet’s vaccination records with you to show that he is current on his shots.

Located one block east of the Las Vegas Strip, Platinum is an all-suites, non-gaming property with features pleasing to those who are traveling with pets or children. Large, apartment-like rooms come with kitchens, and an off-the-Strip location...  Read More

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East Of The Strip
Rumor Boutique Hotel

Located across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel Casino, Rumor Boutique Hotel goes beyond merely welcoming pets. Every third Thursday, "Yappy Hour" brings dogs and their people together with "Yappatizers," drinks (for the humans), and music. A...  Read More

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas
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Located barely off the Strip, the luxurious non-gaming Trump International Las Vegas offers guests rooms with features like kitchenettes and luxurious amenities. Trump is both family- and dog-friendly. The Trump Pets program welcomes your dog...  Read More

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Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay
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