10 Best Pet-Friendly Las Vegas Hotels: Bring Fido or Fluffy Along

Las Vegas hotel casinos know people love their pets, and an expanding number of properties allow furry friends 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. The classic Ceasars Palace is one of the hotels participating, so you can now stay in the heart of the Strip with your dog. Just remember, if you’d like to take your dog for walk on the Strip, you must go in the morning. No dogs are allowed between Noon and 5 a.m.

Staying off the Strip may give you more options for pet-friendly surroundings. At Element on the west side of Las Vegas, dogs and their owners are close to several pet-friendly features like parks and outdoor recreation.

Before completing your booking at any Vegas hotel that advertises itself as pet-friendly, be sure to ask for specifics about deposits and charges. Also, be sure to have your pet’s vaccination records with you to show that he’s current on his shots.

You’ll most commonly find restrictions around weight and the number of animals per room, so check ahead to verify your pet is within the rules. And be sure to have a crate with you so your pet can be safely contained when you’re out of the room.

Read on for our list of the best pet-friendly Las Vegas hotels!



About seven miles west of the Strip, the Best Western Plus Las Vegas West sits close to major streets and freeways, but is still in a quiet location with plenty of nearby places to walk your dog--although you can have other pets as well (check...  Read More



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 dogs or children. Large, apartment-like rooms come with kitchens, and an off-the-Strip location...  Read More



This neighborhood La Quinta Inn in Summerlin is adjacent to restaurants, shopping and a movie theater, as well as parks and walk-able suburban streets. The reliable chain welcomes dogs and cats, but no more than two per room. No pet deposit is...  Read More



This non-gaming property on the west side of Las Vegas gives guests a pet-friendly choice away from the Strip. Standard guest rooms and several styles of suites offer guests plenty of options for accommodations. Element has the advantage of...  Read More



Caesars Palace has been known as a Las Vegas luxury hotel since its opening. Deluxe rooms, upscale restaurants, and headline acts have defined this property for decades. With the PetStay program, guests can bring up to two dogs, each weighing 50...  Read More



Vdara at City Center is a non-smoking, non-gaming, all-suites hotel. The smallest suite is fully outfitted with superior amenities throughout, and the kitchenette includes a two-burner cook top and a table that seats two. Some of the larger...  Read More



Located just east of the Strip in a business park area, Marriott's Residence Inn on Hughes Center welcomes up to three pets of less than 50 pounds each.. The roomy suites at this extended stay hotel include kitchens, and a grocery shopping...  Read More

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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The Four Seasons Hotel, which sits on the same property as Mandalay Bay, is an upscale hotel with roomy accommodations and plenty of amenities. The luxury property has a pleasant "almost on the Strip" feeling and no gaming--one of the reasons...  Read More



The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of the Strip's newest hotels, and it features an eclectic, trendy vibe. Located in the heart of the Strip, this hotel welcomes small dogs up to 25 pounds and offers two outdoor dog runs; a nightly charge per...  Read More

Delano Las Vegas
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The sleek, sophisticated Delano offers guests a calming atmosphere and spacious rooms. The recently renovated guestrooms are suite-style, with separate living and bedroom areas and a half bath. The large rooms and calm ambiance are a plus for...  Read More


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