Imperial Palace has a wonderful PetStay program. While many hotels will not allow you to leave pets in the room unattended, Imperial Palace will as long as your hound is crated. While this may not be your favorite thing to do, there may be times when you have to go out to a place where pets are not allowed. Nearly all pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas charge an additional fee. Fortunately, the Imperial Palace fee is relatively inexpensive at $35 per night.
Caesars Palace, rated with five stars on Vacation Pet Friendly also is one of our favorite pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas. Dogs must weigh 50 pounds or less and be present at the time of check in. I guess there will be no sneaking in your lab under your coat at this hotel. Pet friendly hotel rooms at Caesars Palace are in the Augustus Tower, at a fee of $50 per night. As of the writing of this blog, you can get into a room for only $99 per night.
Also on our list of favorites is the La Quinta Inn Las Vegas Convention Center. This hotel is located near the International Airport and only 1.3 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Cats and dogs up to 50 are accepted in all guest rooms unless, of course, it is prohibited by law. Unlike our other favorites, this hotels does not charge an extra fee or deposit. And, right now, for a limited time, you can book a room for only $62.
While most hotels either will not allow you to leave your pet unattended or they must be crated while you are out, there are other options. Las Vegas understands its visitors and caters to their needs. The city is plentiful in kennels, including Camp Bow Wow Las Vegas, Pets Bed and Breakfast and American Dog & Cat Hotel.
Las Vegas is amazingly pet friendly with more than 15 off-leash parks including Barkin’ Basin Park, All American Park and Woofter Park. Click on any of these and you will get hours and directions along with a description.
If shopping is your thing, Town Square Las Vegas offers dining, shopping and entertainment. Dogs are allowed in the common areas of the mall and it is at the discretion of the individual store owners as to whether Princess is welcome or not.
If you are traveling with your pet to Las Vegas, be sure to visit the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort. This park is a remnant of the original fort made of adobe that housed the first permanent Mormon missionary non-native settlers in the Las Vegas Valley. It’s open all year and allows leashed dogs on the outside grounds.
Remember, booking early is essential when traveling with pets. See what’s available today so you get the best deals. Start your search for pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas here. Then sit back and think of all the fun things you can do when you get there!
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