The Top Pet-Friendly Hotels In Las Vegas


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Vegas is for indulgence, and that should include a paw-fect vacation for pets, too.DELANO

Las Vegas is an adult playground where you can find just about anything you can dream up, especially on the famed Strip. In the city notorious for having few conventional rules, there does seem to be one thing that isn’t allowed by the luxury properties lining the most famous street in America: cats.

Revelers looking to bring their cats on vacation to Las Vegas will find it nearly impossible to find a quality hotel on the Strip welcoming their furbabies, but puppy parents will have a considerable array of options. While “pet-friendly” more accurately refers only to dogs in this entertainment capital, these are the top pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. 


The hotel rooms and suites at the Bellagio offer the perfect blend of beauty and elegance. The rooms will elevate your stay, whether you’re traveling for business, celebrating a honeymoon, or just looking for a remarkable getaway. With views of the Las Vegas valley or the iconic Bellagio fountains right from your suite, your stay will be nothing short of unforgettable. One or two dogs up to 40 pounds (total) can join the fancy fun for a fee of $125 per room or $175 per suite.

Delano Las Vegas

Delano Las Vegas signature suites include an optimal solution for those in possession of canine companions. All dogs are treated with the same modern conveniences as their human counterparts. A selection of dog-friendly suites are available and includes a tastefully crafted dog menu as well as a fully capable sitting service. Here, indulgence is for the dogs, too, with both a Doggie Butler Service program and a Doggie Delights Menu for up to two dogs (50 pound max) per reservation with an $85 per pet, per night fee. 

Caesars Palace

Book your Las Vegas vacation now and enjoy a luxurious stay in Palace Tower’s stylish rooms and suites. Sleek modern décor, stone accents, luxurious furnishings and Roman-inspired artwork make every guest feel like royalty.  If your personal empire includes pets, feel free to bring up to two dogs along (50 pound max) for $85 per night with an additional refundable $100 deposit per night. 

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Book your stay to enjoy residential-styled living spaces with private terraces and breathtaking skyline views. Explore one-of-a-kind Restaurant Collection featuring the Las Vegas debuts of world-class chefs. The eclectic mix of hand-selected boutiques, an unrivalled Pool District, 100,000 square-foot casinos, and serene Sahra Spa, Salon & Hammam complete unforgettable luxury experience. Equally impressive pups (and which pups aren’t?) are welcome for $50 plus tax per night with proof of vaccinations (with a maximum of 2 dogs, any size). 


dalmatian on hotel bed

Vdara Hotel and Spa let you choose your Vegas. Steps away from the action you love. Private and spacious enough for the escape you need. That’s the freedom to Do Vegas Differently. Vdara’s Vdog program welcomes discerning dogs to its Studio V Dog suites and provides cozy branded blankets and a welcome doggie bag filled with fun gifts for $50 per night, and allows up to two dogs totaling 70 pounds. 

Park MGM Las Vegas

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Park MGM Las Vegas

Park MGM gladly offers dog friendly rooms so your pup won’t miss out on any belly rubs or midday cuddles while you’re traveling. They’ve even made sure Fido has a special menu and a place to take care of business. The Park MGM Las Vegas knows you want to bring your pups along for your unforgettable Vegas escape, too, so you’re welcome to bring up to two dogs (up to 100 pounds combined) for $75 per day, per dog. 

NoMad Las Vegas

Designed by French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, each of the 293 rooms and suites at NoMad Las Vegas is residential in feel and decorated in his timeless style with a distinct New York sensibility. NoMad’s pet policy is the same as Park MGM’s—up to two dogs can stay for a fee of $75 each as long as their combined weight stays under 100 pounds.

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