Pet Friendly Hotels Las Vegas
According to our database, there aremore than 75 pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas. However, pet friendly hotels vary widely in what they will or will not allow. For example, The Cosmopolitan will accept two dogs up to 25 pounds each. At Paris Las Vegas, dogs can weigh up to 50 pounds, but must be crated when owners are away. Most hotels charge a $50 non-refundable pet fee, but the Claremont only charges $10 and we’ve seen as high as $100 at the Marriott. Cats cannot stay at Trump International, but they can stay at the Four Seasons. At the Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa, all pets receive a pet tag, bowl and special treat upon arrival and The Flamingo provides canine guests with a mat, food and water dishes, disposable waste bags and dog treats.
Most Popular Pet Friendly Hotel: The Rio
The most popular dog friendly hotel in Vegas is the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for around $89/night. This four-star all-suite hotel offers free 1-mile shuttles to The Strip, a full-service salon and spa, an outdoor pool, nightclub entertainment, buffet, and Indian food. Rooms include refrigerators, dressing rooms, panoramic views and safes. Dogs must be 50 pounds or less and you must pay a $50 fee.
Cheapest Pet Friendly Hotel: The Claremont
At first glance, you might think the cheapest dog friendly hotel is the Days Inn / Wild Wild West Gambling Hall at $27/night. However, when you consider the $50 non-refundable pet fee, it’s actually not the cheapest place to stay with your pet. A better choice would be the Claremont, which only charges $10 per small pet on top of their $27/night rate. People like that the Claremont offers free parking, free continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi just 5-minutes from The Strip. There is also an outdoor pool and sundeck. Rooms come with coffee makers, cable TV and work desks.
Swankiest Pet Friendly Hotel: Four Seasons
At $249/night, you’ll feel like you are living in a home, rather than a pets friendly hotel at the Four Seasons. Enjoy floor-to-ceiling mountain views with your 25-pound (or less) dog and cat. The luxury hotel is just above Mandalay Bay and Casino and features a full-service spa, acclaimed Verandah restaurant, outdoor pool, tropical gardens and poolside bar. Five-star rooms offer handsome woodwork, marble baths, flat-screen TVs and separate sitting areas.
Pet Friendly Hotels For Big Dogs
You’ve got a wide range of choices if you have a Chihuahua, Dachshund, or Maltese. However, what if you’ve got a 100-pound German Shepherd or a 65-pound Labrador you can’t part with? Best Western Main Street Inn allows dogs up to 150 pounds for a $15 fee, on top of the $44/night accommodations. Desert Moon Motel ($55/night + $25 pet fee) does not restrict by size or breed, but you must carry proof of vaccination with you. There is no weight restriction at the Best Western Plus Henderson, but you cannot leave your dog alone in the guestroom. Best Western Mardi Gras has a weight limit of 80 pounds and allows up to 2 dogs to stay.
To find pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas fast and easy, visit www.pet-friendly-hotels.com.
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