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Pet-Friendly Hotels & Places in Las Vegas

Pet-Friendly Las Vegas Hotels and Activities

An estimated 40 million families and individuals visit the bright lights and attractions of Las Vegas every year, and many bring their dogs and pets with them. Of course, our four-legged friends can’t visit many of the Michelin star restaurants or rides the City of Sin is known for, but there are a variety of places you can go with your pet.

Here are a few hotels and a number of activities you can do with your furry friend next time you visit Las Vegas.

What Hotels In Vegas Are Pet Friendly?

Have you ever wondered if there are any pet-friendly casinos in Las Vegas? What about Las Vegas hotels that take dogs? These are a few that we know of:

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Pet-Friendly Accommodations

1. Caesars Palace

If you’re staying at one of Las Vegas’s most renowned hotels you don’t need to leave your pup(s) at home. Caesars Palace Las Vegas offers dog-friendly accommodations so your pooch can feel as pampered as you will.

It’s important to note that the hotel allows a maximum of two dogs up to 50 pounds each for $100 per night (plus a refundable $100 incidental deposit). The hotel provides everything from food and water dishes to mats, disposable waste bags, treats, and even crate rentals. Along with these amenities, you will also receive a welcome packet directing you to outdoor relief areas, dog walking routes, and nearby dog services. 

Bellagio Las Vegas Offers Dog-Friendly Rooms

2. Bellagio

Bellagio Las Vegas also offers dog-friendly rooms for guests that want to bring their furry friends with them for a trip of a lifetime. They have a similar policy as Caesars Palace (allowing up to two dogs with a max combined weight of fewer than 100 pounds). Guests should expect a charge of $125 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $175 per night, per dog plus tax for suites in this scenario.

Dogs must be fully housetrained and remain on a leash at all times unless he or she is in your room or suite. Due to health code regulations, dogs are not allowed in public areas such as food and beverage outlets, pools, or spas (service dogs are exempt from this rule).

3. Four Seasons Hotel

Another pet-friendly hotel on the Las Vegas strip is the Four Seasons. This hotel allows guests to bring up to two pets with a combined weight of 25 pounds for an additional fee of $75 per pet. Four Seasons welcomes both cats and dogs, and pets must not be left unattended in the guest rooms.

Bed and bowls can be provided for your pet upon request, and the hotel has a designated relief area on the property that you can easily bring your pet to for bathroom breaks. If you want to explore the city on your own, the hotel staff is happy to arrange a pet sitter for an additional fee. 

4. Mirage 

Another MGM Resort, The Mirage has the same pet policy as the Bellagio Las Vegas. You can only bring up to two dogs under 100 pounds combined and expect to pay an additional fee and security deposit for each.

You are responsible for cleaning up after your own pet, and dog relief areas are available outside The Mirage with waste disposal dispensers.

More Pet-Friendly Las Vegas

Curious about other dog-friendly Las Vegas activities you can do outside your resort? Here are some places in the city that you can enjoy with your furry friend:

Red Rocks Canyon National Conservation Area

Red Rocks Canyon National Conservation Area

If you want to connect with the stunning nature of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon should be on your list to visit. This 13-mile scenic drive, hiking and trails, plants, and wildlife, geology, and camping area are not to be missed.

Pets are allowed in the Conservation Area and along the trails, but they must be kept on a leash at all times and never left unattended. No matter if you hike a mile or the entire trail, your dog is sure to enjoy letting some energy out while you take in the scenery.

Seven Magic Mountains

Seven Magic Mountains is a one-of-a-kind art installation found in the desert of Las Vegas, Nevada. You can’t miss the seven, thirty-five-foot high and colorfully painted stacks of boulders that stand out against the barren desert landscape.

Dogs are welcome to walk around the area as well, just make sure to clean up after them and keep them leashed at all times.

Heritage Bark Park

Looking for the best way to socialize your pup while letting them run free? The Bark Park at Heritage Park is the area’s largest and most unique dog park designed for dog owners by dog owners. It spans an amazing 5 acres and includes separate dog runs, an agility course, a walking trail, dog bone-themed beaches, and drinking stations for pets and people.

This unique dog park truly has all the amenities you need to have a fun time with your pup away from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas strip.

Desert Breeze Dog Park

No matter if your dog is small or large, Desert Breeze Dog Park has fenced-in areas for them all. You can sit back at one of the many tables, benches, or chairs located in the park and watch your pup play off-leash with other friendly dogs. A hose and doggy bags are available inside the park for easy hydration and clean-up when your furry friend is done burning off all that energy.

Fossil Ridge Loop

Fossil Ridge Loop is one of the most popular trails in Nevada for walking, hiking, and mountain biking. Bring your pup and enjoy the around 4.3-mile hike located near Blue Diamond, Nevada. The area is known for its wildlife and flora, such as a variety of cactus species. Feel free to bring your dog to enjoy the trail, just make sure they are always on a leash and prepared for a lot of other foot and bike traffic on the route.

Kellogg-Zaher Sports Complex Dog Park

This sports complex has 11 lighted soccer fields, two playgrounds, a multi-use track, and, most importantly, three dog runs to use. Your dog can play off-leash while you relax at the covered picnic area. The complex even has a separate play area for smaller pups.

Experience Pet-Friendly Las Vegas

While Las Vegas is known for its late nights and thrilling activities, there’s also plenty of pet-friendly places to stay with your dog. And when you’re ready to grab something to eat while your pup is being taken care of back at the hotel, a self-guided foodie tour is perfect for the entire family.

Finger Licking Foodie Tours offers self-guided foodie tours in some of the best areas for eats in Vegas. Founded by dedicated local professionals with years of experience in the food, beverage, and hospitality industries, our delightful experiences always exceed expectations.

Contact us today to learn more about our self-guided foodie tours or to book your mouth-watering experience today.

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