The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels to Book in Las Vegas 

You don’t have to leave your dog behind when staying at the Bellagio Las Vegas
You don’t have to leave your dog behind when staying at the Bellagio Las Vegas | Courtesy of Bellagio Las Vegas / Expedia
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26 January 2022

With its high-octane nightlife, casinos, big-ticket theater shows and flagship restaurants from celebrity chefs, Las Vegas may not appear to be the most pet-friendly city. However, if you choose one of these hotels, your faithful four-legged companion will be the most pampered pooch in town, with gift boxes, dedicated menus and their very own doggie butlers. Here’s our pick of the best pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada – bookable on Culture Trip.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas, for a taste of old Vegas

A one-bed guest room in shades of brown and black and with abstract art at the Golden Nugget Las Vegas
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The Golden Nugget, built in 1946, is an anchor on Fremont Street, where bygone Vegas hangs on in one of the oldest casinos in the city. As with most old-school casino hotels, no glitz or glamour is lavished upon your pup here, but two small- or medium-size dogs are allowed (if you’re toting a larger dog – max 50lb/23kg – you top out at one). The updated rooms meet modern standards, as does the refreshed casino. So, at this pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas, four-legged guests won’t feel left out by staying off the Strip.

Delano Las Vegas, for curated treat boxes and dog walkers

A sleek, white guest room with floor-to-ceiling windows providing mountain views at Delano Las Vegas
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Four-legged high rollers are treated as well as their human handlers at the Delano, a high-rise luxury suite hotel within the Mandalay Bay complex. The five-star treatment requires deep pockets – $100 to $150 per dog, per night depending on room type – but the services will leave your precious poodle howling with joy. A selection of dog-friendly suites is available with amenities and services that range from photo-evidenced checkin while you’re at the craps table to dog-walking services and curated treat boxes – all at an extra cost. Rin Tin Tin will be woofing it up while you’re whooping it up on the Strip.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, for pooch-friendly gift boxes

A swanky suite with black-and-white photos and city views at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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The trendy Cosmo ups the pet-policy ante on its competition at its 3,000-room hotel. No weight limits or breed restrictions mean you can waltz in with two (it does draw the limit at two) english mastiffs like you own the place. And this pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas can accommodate, too, boasting some of the biggest rooms in the city (many were built as apartments). The nightly fee of $50 per pet also includes a Pupjoy gift box with an all-natural treat, an ecofriendly, organic toy, a collapsible travel water bowl and a pee pad (when those free drinks get flowing, you may need that as well).

NoMad Las Vegas, for doggy goody bags

The swanky NoMad Library restaurant with red booths and soaring bookcases at NoMad Las Vegas
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NoMad Las Vegas recognizes that your dog may have a gambling problem (or, at the very least, enjoy those famous Vegas buffets) and offers dog-friendly accommodation options. Four-legged companions (up to two dogs under 50lb/23kg each allowed) can get a bag of treats, one toy and a bandana for an extra fee. And with the signature New York residential feel of this pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas, your pups will feel right at home rather than cowering under the bed from all the casino noises. A designated dog relief area is also available outside.

Bellagio Las Vegas, for dedicated canine menus

A luxurious living room with orchids and a fireplace at the Bellagio Las Vegas
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Bring your four-legged family member to this iconic Vegas institution, and it’ll receive the same five-star treatment as any guest. The hotel, known for its famous dancing fountains, offers special pet-friendly rooms plus a dedicated doggie menu so that your canine companion won’t miss out while you’re indulging in the restaurants downstairs. If you’re still feeling guilty, splash out on a Buddy’s Box, packed with three treats, two toys and even a pet bandana.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, for pet-sitting services

An art deco-style guest room with large windows and expansive city and mountain views at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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Even dogs and cats get the VIP Vegas treatment at this sophisticated non-gaming retreat in the Mandalay Bay Resort. Pampered pets can enjoy one of the reserved pet-friendly rooms, where beds and bowls can be provided upon request. There’s also a grassy relief area within the hotel, and vetted pet sitters are available so that you don’t need to skip on nights out in Sin City.

Vdara Hotel and Spa at ARIA Las Vegas, for private park access

A weimaraner on a doggy blanket on a bed at the Vdara Hotel and Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
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Up the smug factor by booking a special suite you can share with your dogs – two with a combined maximum weight of 100lb (45kg) are allowed for a nightly fee. The dog-friendly studios have views of the resort, the Strip or the mountains and a kitchenette. There’s also a dog-walking service available for an extra fee and a private dog park, perfect for morning runs.

The Platinum Hotel, for an on-site dog run

The outdoor pool with blue sun loungers and white umbrellas at the Platinum Hotel
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The Platinum Hotel is a great option for anyone wanting a little more space so that their dog – under 40lb (18kg) – can feel at home. Suites at this non-gaming property are typically three times larger than the average hotel room in the city and even come with gourmet kitchens if you want to whip up doggy-friendly dishes. There’s also a fenced-in dog run on the grounds when your pooch needs to stretch its legs.

Kevin Raub contributed additional reporting to this article.

These recommendations were updated on January 26, 2022 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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