Many people love to travel, but hate leaving their pets at home. Maybe you’re looking for a weekend getaway that includes bringing your pet. There are of course things to consider when looking for pet friendly hotels. Do they allow you to leave your pet unattended, or do they have a limit on number of animals? But if you’re looking to travel here with Fido, we’ve put together our list of the top 10 pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas.
You can see the general hotel guidelines below. Also, if you need pet care while you’re in town. We are the number #1 rated pet sitting and dog walking company in LV. We do hotel visits for all the major hotels. This way you can enjoy your dinner or afternoon without having to worry if your pup is destroying the room!
Vdara is a beautiful hotel on the south end of the strip. It has multiple areas across from the valet to walk your pups as well as a fenced in doggie park. If you stay here, you’ll notice plenty of people had the same idea of bringing Fido on vacation.
The MGM grand is a staple on the LV strip and often has great room rates. Be sure to review their pet policies prior to booking.
The mirage is a great choice if you want to stay on the North end of the strip. It’s close to the Wynn and also the fashion show mall.
New York, New York often has great deals on rooms. It’s walking distance to plenty other hotels and it even has its own roller coaster.
The Bellagio is one of the higher end pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas. Depending on which tower you’re staying at it’s also an easy walk to use the Vdara’s dog park and walking trail.
Mandalay Bay is a great choice if you’re attending a convention there or looking to hang out at a beach like pool over the summer. It’s also known for having some great restaurants.
If you’re staying at the Luxor you may want to take advantage of their doggie room service menu. Just call the concierge.
The Delano is one of the towers at Mandalay Bay and belongs to the MGM resorts. It’s rooms are updated and inviting.
Park MGM is great for people attending concerts or games at the T-mobile arena or for those looking to bar hop around their hotel. There are dozens of restaurants and bars just outside the hotel.
This is a great option for people looking to experience the downtown area, arts district and other hidden gems in Las Vegas. It’s located
Typical Guidelines for Dog Friendly Hotels (guidelines will vary)
- Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds.
- A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if bringing two dogs.
- A charge of $50 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms and $100 per night, per dog plus tax for suites will be applied to your account.
- Due to health code regulations, we regret that dogs, except for service dogs, are not allowed in public areas including, but not limited to: any food and beverage outlets, the Spa, or pool areas, except as passing through. Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms, suites and the designated outdoor dog park located on property.
- Your dog cannot be left unattended in your room or suite at any time unless placed in a kennel or carrier.
- Should you require a dog sitter, please contact our Concierge staff.
- Your dog must be kept on a leash at all times when he/she is in the Hotel or on the Hotel property unless it is in your room or suite.
- If you require Housekeeping service, please contact our Housekeeping department to arrange a convenient time for service.
- Any disturbances such as barking must be curtailed to ensure other guests are not inconvenienced.
- Please be responsible for cleaning up after your dog on Hotel property. Dog relief areas are available outside of Luxor with waste disposal dispensers.
- Dogs must be fully house trained.
- We understand that accidents are sometimes unavoidable. If an accident should occur, please call our Housekeeping department immediately so we may try to prevent any permanent damage.