The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas 

These pet-friendly Vegas hotels mean that you don't need to leave your pooch at home when you're heading to Sin City
These pet-friendly Vegas hotels mean that you don't need to leave your pooch at home when you're heading to Sin City | Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas / Expedia
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13 November 2020

With its high-octane nightlife, casinos, big-ticket theatre shows and flagship restaurants from celebrity chefs, Las Vegas may not appear to be the most pet-friendly city. Yet, choose one of these hotels and your faithful four-legged companion will be the most pampered pooch in town, with gift boxes, dedicated menus and their very own doggie butlers.

Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay

Boutique Hotel, Resort, Casino Hotel, Suite Hotel
4.2/5 (1377 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $88 per night
This property next to giant Mandalay Bay is known for its spacious all-white rooms, art installations and exclusive pool area, yet dogs aren’t excluded from the refined luxury. Pet-friendly suites are available, and owners can call the concierge to order from the special canine menu. Want to head to a meeting or the spa? Just book the doggie butler who will check on your four-legged roommate while you’re out and even text you a photo to put your mind at ease.
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (9629 Reviews)
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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Price Drop
Now from $161 per night
While even the city’s most dog-friendly hotels restrict the size of pets permitted to stay, the Cosmopolitan allows two dogs of any size or breed in its pet-friendly rooms. They’ll be just as pampered as you, too, with access to two outdoor dog runs, including one adjacent to the Chelsea Pool. Every dog also receives its own Pupjoy gift box crammed with artisan-quality treats, an eco-friendly organic toy, a pee pad and a collapsible travel water bowl to keep.
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Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Resort, Casino Hotel, Hotel
4.2/5 (11431 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $138 per night
Bring your four-legged family member to this iconic Vegas institution, and they’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 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.
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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Boutique Hotel
4.8/5 (942 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $243 per night
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 owners don’t need to skip on the nights out in Sin City.
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Secret Suites at Vdara Hotel and Spa

Suite Hotel
4.6/5 (32 Reviews)
Secret Suites at Vdara
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Price Drop
Now from $353 per night
Up the smug factor by booking one of these little-known luxury suites with staggering views of the Strip and access to all Vdara’s amenities thrown in. Everything from an oven to free parking is included, and pet owners will love the fact dogs are not charged a nightly rate, but a simple one-off cleaning fee for the whole stay. Guests are also entitled to use Vdara’s dog-walking service and the hotel’s own park, specially reserved for morning runs.
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  • Artisan Hotel Boutique

    Boutique Hotel
    3.2/5 (979 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $34 per night
    Those who want to party Vegas-style without leaving their canine companion at home will love this boutique hotel where pets are welcomed for a nightly fee. With darkly painted walls, gothic decor and erotic artwork throughout, this adults-only property less than a mile from the Strip features a tapas restaurant, a topless pool and a popular nightclub with a heated outdoor patio. Rooms come with complimentary ear plugs, as it can get noisy, so sound-sensitive dogs might be better suited elsewhere.
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    Nobu Hotel Las Vegas

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    4.1/5 (820 Reviews)
    Nobu Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $112 per night
    An upmarket, design-led hotel within the gargantuan Caesars Palace resort, Nobu features sensual Japanese decor, spa-like bathrooms and top-notch service, plus added extras including in-room aromatherapy oils and priority restaurant reservations. Two dogs of up to 50 lbs. (23kg) each are allowed in certain rooms, and the hotel offers a pet relief area, crate rentals and a guide to local dog-friendly parks, walking routes and nearby grooming services and vet care.
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    The Platinum Hotel and Spa

    Boutique Hotel, Suite Hotel, Hotel
    4.4/5 (935 Reviews)
    Platinum Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $146 per night
    The Platinum is a great option for anyone wanting a little more space for their dog to feel at home. Suites at this non-gaming property are typically three times larger than the city’s average hotel rooms 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 for when your pooch needs to stretch their legs.
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    These recommendations were updated on November 13, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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