Looking for the BEST pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada? ARRRFF, you can stop your wet nose right here – this traveling Yorkie has set his furry paws in Sin City more times than he wants to admit!
Last Updated 6/6/23
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Give your trust to the TOP DOG with an upright tail! My two crazy humans are California Natives who quickly became frequent Vegas long weekenders as soon as they hit age 21. WOOF, what does that mean for a traveling Yorkie like me? Let’s just bark that I’ve pawbably sniffed out every corner, fire hydrant, pole, and bush on the Las Vegas Strip and spent many moons resting my furry paws on luxurious King mattresses in some of the coolest hotels Sin City has to offer.
First off, I owe it to my humans for doing all the research on pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas since they have to foot the bill. AWOOO, the good news is that it’s not difficult to sniff out pet-friendly accommodations for your dog in Vegas, but the bad news is that these pet fees can be quite hefty. GRRR. Sniff out more on the best pet-friendly hotels in Vegas below!
ARF, here’s the roundup of the BEST Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas:
Park MGM – 3772 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Located in Park MGM, NoMad is a chic hotel with alluring European decor that welcomes furry nomads with open paws! PAWS DOWN, NoMad is currently the BEST pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas. Why? Because NoMad is the ONLY hotel on the Strip that doesn’t charge extra for your dog’s stay. With hefty “pet fees” at so-called dog-friendly hotels on the Strip, this 4-star resort is a real treat for dog travelers. NoMad allows a maximum of two dogs with a combined weight of less than 100 pounds. Under pet-friendly MGM Resorts, they feature a pet relief area with waste disposal dispensers, a special dog menu, and even doggie butler service! For $29.99, you can get your paws on a Buddy’s Box, which includes a bag of treats, one toy, and a bandana. Bark about being spoiled.
The only downfall is that dogs are not allowed in public areas throughout the hotel (per the MGM Resort policy), which includes pool areas, except when passing through or if they are service dogs assisting the disabled. Also, dogs cannot be left unattended in the hotel room or suite unless placed in a kennel or carrier. GRRR. ARF yeah, your dog must also be housetrained and leashed at all times while on the property except in the room or suite.
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South
WOOF, this is my go-to hotel in Vegas! The energy at The Cosmopolitan (or Cosmo for short) is ARF-so-invigorating. The ultra-cool TOP DOG vibe that this luxurious building sets off inside out is in a class of its own. BUT, as you would guess, staying at this 5-star skyscraper isn’t free. Be prepared to cough up an extra $100 plus tax per dog per night (with the maximum of 2 dogs, no size restriction but your dog’s demeanor will be “assessed” at the Front Desk – whatever that means!). Under their dog-friendly program, every room is available as “dog-friendly”! Plus, it boasts two outdoor dog runs, including one adjacent to The Chelsea Pool. On the flip side, they offer a complimentary all-natural PupJoy gift box to greet your dog traveler with open paws. The PupJoy gift box includes artisan quality treats, an eco-friendly organic toy, a pee pad, and a collapsible travel water bowl. This ARF-mazing property even teams up with a luxurious doggie daycare called Luxe Pet Hotels (just a mile away) with outdoor runs, shaded cabanas and splash pads, and expansive indoor climate-controlled obstacle play area. A full day of daycare is discounted at $65 for guests of The Cosmopolitan.
As expected, dogs are not allowed in restaurants, food and beverage areas, the casino floor/gaming areas, the spa, pool, or fitness areas unless they are legitimate service dogs. If you plan on leaving your dog unattended in the room, your dog must stay inside a kennel. Dogs must also be leashed in all public areas. Before arrival, complete Cosmo’s Dog Registration Agreement.
3790 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
OK, New York-New York may not sound like a cool or hip place to stay in Vegas given that it’s one of the older hotels on the Strip. However, it’s yet another hotel under pet-friendly MGM Resorts, which means I can rest my strong alpha paws here at night. The rate for your dog’s stay at this 4-star property is $50 plus tax per dog per night for rooms and $100 per dog per night for suites. Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds. A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if you bring two dogs. New York-New York also offers doggie butler services, which include check-in on your dog (10 minutes for $25 with a text message picture), dog walking through a preferred outside vendor, and a Buddy’s Box for $29.99 (three treats, two toys, and a bandana). Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms, suites, and designated outdoor dog park/pet-relief areas with waste disposal dispensers located on the property.
Just a bark of caution that you must control your dog’s barking so that other hotel guests are not disturbed. Like the rest of pet-friendly MGM resorts, your dog must also be fully house trained.
3667 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Besides the pet-friendly MGM Resorts program, Caesars Entertainment Group is another Vegas juggernaut offering dog-friendly accommodations through their PetStay Program. Under Caesars Entertainment Group, Planet Hollywood allow a maximum of two dogs up to 50 pounds each for $75 per night plus a refundable nightly deposit of $100 for incidentals. The atmosphere at Planet Hollywood is pawtastic – despite “Hollywood ” in its name, the vibe here is far from pretentious. Its bright reddish motif with a cool yet laid-back vibe attracts youngsters, party-goers, and glamorous furry travelers. In addition to a dog relief area conveniently located onsite, Planet Hollywood provides recommendations on dog walking routes and off-leash parks along with dog grooming and veterinary services in their welcome packets.
As I march my four paws into my trendy Hollywood-theme room, I wag my upright tail to find water bowls, mats, poop bags, AND treats waiting for me! WOOF-HOO! Dogs are also allowed to walk through designated common areas while on a leash and accompanied by their humans. They must, however, be crated whenever left alone in the room. Crate rentals are available.
Le Boulevard in Paris (3655 S Las Vegas Blvd.)
If you’re used to gallivanting around Europe with your dog, you’ll pawbably appreciate staying at this City of Lights replica on the Strip. ARF course, it’s no comparison to being in REAL Paris, but their Parisian atmosphere and pawtastic French restaurants are ARF-so-dreamy that it makes me want to hop on the next flight back to Paris, one of my European home bases. Although dogs are generally not allowed at the Eiffel Tower replica (or on restaurant patios here, sadly. GRRR), they sleep on their backs with all four paws in the air under the Caesars Entertainment Group PetStay program.
Paris boasts the same amenities as Planet Hollywood, from pet-relief areas to welcome packets to water bowls and treats to crate rentals. However, dogs wanting to rest their furry paws at this pawbulous 4-star Eiffel Tower replica will be charged $85 instead of $75 at other hotels under the PetStay program. Paris also allows a maximum of two dogs up to 50 pounds each plus a refundable nightly $100 incidental deposit (ARRFFF, make sure your dog is on his best behavior in the room to avoid getting charged).
2000 Fashion Show Dr
At Trump International, furry jet-setters are pampered as much as their humans! This lush non-smoking, non-gaming property is just minutes away from the Strip (on Fashion Show Drive) and offers some ARF-amazing Strip views from the guest rooms. Barkworthy news – ALL guestrooms, suites, and penthouses at Trump International Las Vegas are dog-friendly! The Trump Pets program provides mouthwatering gourmet treats, plush sleeping accommodations, dog bowls and bottled water, toys for entertainment, a city map highlighting fun outdoor-friendly parks, and dog walking services (for a fee). The one-time non-refundable pet fee per stay is only $50, whether you stay one night or ten! This is a STEAL!!! BUT the catch is that your dog must weigh 25 pounds or less, and as usual, there is a two dog limit. More good news – the last time I sniffed, they don’t have any rules prohibiting dogs from being left unattended in the room or walking around the property. WOOF-HOO! Plus, there is a pet relief area with artificial turf on the property.
211 E Flamingo Rd
ARF, Platinum is where style meets comfort! This non-smoking, non-gaming quiet property is just one block off the Strip and prides itself as a hidden gem among Las Vegas hotels. First off, with their suites ranging from 910 to 2100 square feet, their smallest suite is 3X the size of the average hotel room in the city. Plus, all the suites have walk-out balconies for every room, which is practically unheard of in Vegas. WOOF, dogs under 40 pounds can sleep tight at this stylish hotel for a one-time $100 non-refundable fee (again, whether you stay one night or ten nights). Their total maximum weight allowance is 40 pounds with a maximum of 2 dogs. They also feature a fenced-in dog run located near the garage. Dogs are not allowed at the pool or bar area.
3850 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
WOOF, despite its fun medieval theme, Excalibur doesn’t sound like a very ARF-citing property to stay on the Strip. Well, mainly due to its 31+ years of age compared to other Las Vegas hotels. But, nevertheless, this fairytale town resort greets furry knights with open paws at some affordable prices. At Excalibur, I wag my tail to transform into a brave Yorkie knight trying to save my four-legged furry princess. Excalibur is THE castle on the Strip, setting off a silly, mythical, and colorful atmosphere. Another property operating under pet-friendly MGM Resorts, Excalibur is a 3-star hotel that offers similar rates as New York-New York at $50 plus tax per dog per night for rooms ($100 plus tax per dog per night for suites). They also have the same pet allowance policy at up to 2 dogs and a pet relief area.
3940 S Las Vegas Blvd
Just paws away from Mandalay Bay, this sophisticated 5-star hotel is a casino-free, all-suites resort resting on the southern end of the Strip. Operating under pet-friendly MGM Resorts, a selection of Delano signature suites is dog-friendly and will roll out the carpet for canine travelers. As barked on their website, ALL DOGS ARE TREATED WITH THE SAME MODERN CONVENIENCES AS THEIR HUMAN COUNTERPARTS. WOOF-HOO! These posh dog-friendly suites include a tastefully crafted dog menu and dog sitting services. Like other MGM Resort hotels, Delano offers doggie butler services, including check-in, dog walking, and Buddy’s box. Not to bark, dog relief areas with waste disposal dispensers are also onsite. Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds. The dog fees are $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $150 per night, per dog plus tax for suites.
ARF yeah, a second dog fee will be charged at check-in if you bring two dogs. Dogs are not allowed inside the common areas, including food and beverage outlets and pool areas, except when passing through. And, if you plan on hitting the pool, remember to leave your dog inside a kennel in the room since dogs are not to be left unattended.
3960 S Las Vegas Blvd
Right next to Mandalay Resort & Casino, Four Seasons is, PAWS DOWN, one fine hotel – to bark the least. WOOF, I mean I wouldn’t expect anything less from this opulent TOP DOG brand with luxurious paw prints all over. One of the few non-gaming and non-smoking hotels on the Strip, Four Seasons is a five-star property (not to bark, they also have an award-winning spa for humans) that will pamper your dog in one of their many pet-friendly rooms. High-quality dog beds, treats, and water bowls are delivered upon request. They also feature a dog relief area on the property along with a pet room service menu, including doggie daycare. Two dogs with a combined weight of 25 pounds are welcome for an additional fee of $75 per dog, per night. Dogs are not permitted on the casino level and may not be left unattended in the room (although the hotel can arrange for a dog sitter for a fee).
2600 W Harmon Ave
ARF-my-DOG, who would have known that there’s a dog park within a hotel on the Strip? Bark about dog-friendly Vegas! Under pet-friendly MGM Resorts, Vdara is another non-gaming, non-smoking hotel with designated dog-friendly suites (with views of the Strip and mountains). Vdara boasts a private, well-maintained fenced-in dog park with artificial turf situated along a path across from the valet area. Next to this exclusive dog park is Memorial Park, which has wide walking paths on a head-tiltin’ peaceful desert backdrop – quite breathtaking and just pawfect for an early morning stroll or game of fetch. Vdara also launched its pawpular V-Dog Program, which offers special suites for dogs, check-ins with dog treats like cookies and biscuits from local bakeries, and dog walking service. That’s enough to get my tail waggin’!
Vdara allows up to two dogs with a combined maximum weight of 100 pounds. A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if you bring two dogs. The dog fee is $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms and $150 per dog per tax for suites. Dogs must be leashed on property and stay inside a crate or kennel if left unattended.
3131 Las Vegas Blvd S
As of June 2021, Encore at Wynn is letting four-legged travelers get a lick of its ARF-mazing luxury! You can now take up to two dogs to stay at this posh, upscale 5-star property. Upon check-in, your dog will be welcome with a complimentary welcome doggy gift bag which includes a Wynn-logoed neckerchief, dog toy, and an all-natural dog treat. Heck, there’s even a room service dining menu specially crafted for dogs to fill up my little BIG Yorkie tummy, from lamb with steamed potatoes to seared salmon with green beans and brown rice to Black Angus beef with broccoli and farro. Mmmm. I’m lickin’ my chops just thinking about it! The hotel staff can also arrange for dog walking or sitting services while you go out and about on the Strip. If your dog becomes a fan of the Wynn, he can sniff out fancy signature Wynn doggie hoodies, robes, and chew toys at the shops on the resort. But here’s the deal – Wynn will only accept up to two dogs at 35 pounds and under, at a hefty nightly rate of $125 for rooms and $175 for suites.
2023 Update: Unfortunately, Encore is no longer pet-friendly. GRRR. Service dogs are still allowed. I’ll be on the sniff out if anything changes.
BONUS: Golden Nugget
129 E Fremont St.
AWOOOO, I knew I had to add a hotel from Old Vegas! Built in 1946, the Gold Rush-themed Golden Nugget is one of the oldest casinos in the city. ARF-my-DOG! Located downtown on the Fremont Street Experience, this former top dog Golden Nugget has renovated their rooms to keep up with the times – much to my surprise! As they have a limited number of rooms available to accommodate dogs, you must make a reservation in advance. They have a limit of either two small to medium sized dogs (between 2 to 34.9 pounds) or one large dog (35 to 50 pounds). The maximum combined weight is 50 pounds for an additional fee of $80 per dog, per night plus tax and an additional refundable deposit of $100 per dog.
I know I keep barking about “Pet-friendly MGM Resorts” and “Caesar’s PetStay” over and over in this post. Let me bark a quick rundown:
The hotels under MGM Resort and Caesar’s Group basically consist of the BEST pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas!
Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds. A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if bringing two dogs. Dogs cannot be left unattended in the room unless they are placed in a kennel or carrier. They are not allowed in public areas, including food and beverage outlets, the Spa, or pool areas, except as passing through. Any disturbances must be curtailed so other guests are not inconvenienced. Dogs must be fully house trained and leashed while on the property (except for in the room or suite). Rates vary based on the hotel. Taxes NOT included in the rates.
NoMad (3772 S Las Vegas Blvd) – Dogs stay FREE!
MGM Grand (3799 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 100.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 150.00 USD per dog per night for suites
*The Signature at MGM (All-Suites) is no longer dog-friendly, as of September 2022. Service dogs are still permitted. MGM Grand remains dog-friendly.
The Mirage (3400 S Las Vegas Blvd – will be rebranded as Hard Rock Las Vegas in 2024 so I’m not sure if it’ll still be dog-friendly in the future) – current rates are 100.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 150.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Bellagio (3600 S Las Vegas Blvd) -150.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 200.00 USD per dog per night for suites
New York-New York (3790 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 50.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 100.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Vdara (2600 W Harmon Ave) – 150.USD per dog per night for rooms, 200.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Mandalay Bay (3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard) – 100.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 150.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Park MGM (3770 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 100.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 150.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Luxor (3900 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 50.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 100.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Delano (3940 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 150.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 200.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Excalibur (3850 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 50.00 USD per dog per night for rooms, 100.00 USD per dog per night for suites
Up to two dogs weighing 50 pounds or less are allowed. Dogs are permitted to walk through designated common areas while on leash. They must be in a crate or kennel when left unattended. Check-in for PetStay rooms is at 4 pm. If your dog is excessively loud, he will need to be removed and boarded off the property at your expense. Rates vary based on the hotel. Taxes NOT included in the rates. Just a bark that these hotels require a nightly refundable 100.00 incidental (security) deposit in addition to the dog fee.
Caesar’s Palace (3570 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 100.00 USD per night
Planet Hollywood (3667 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 75.00 USD per night
Rio (3700 W Flamingo Rd) – 85.00 USD per night
Harrah’s (3475 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 75.00 USD per night
Paris (3655 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 85.00 USD per night
The Cromwell (3595 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 100.00 USD per night
Horseshoe (formerly Bally’s – 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd)- 75.00 USD per night
The LINQ (3535 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 75.00 USD per night
Flamingo (3555 S Las Vegas Blvd) – 75.00 USD per night
WOOF, hope you enjoy visiting Vegas with your dog! Feel free to share your experience staying at a pet-friendly hotel in Vegas. BARK AT ME!
Markin’ it up,
Roger Wellington a.k.a. The Doob