Pet-Friendly Las Vegas: Hotels and Casinos

April 25, 2022

Sin City may be best known for dazzling nightlife, historic casinos, and sparkling showgirls, but this metropolis of desert decadence is also home to thousands of furry friends. 

Follow along as we spill every last treat and tidbit on Pet-Friendly Las Vegas, NV.

Slobbering pooches and slot machines may seem like an unlikely match, but Las Vegas is home to a  myriad of pet-friendly luxury hotels, casinos, breweries, and restaurants.

Those seeking to eschew the Las Vegas Strip for some fresh air and substantial hiking will find a bevy of breathtaking trails at their disposal. 

Whether you want to pamper your pup with a tasty treat from doggie room service or are craving a sun-soaked afternoon on a dog-friendly patio, we’ve got you covered!

Pet-Friendly Hotels

Delano Las Vegas

Doesn’t your canine companion deserve the very best? Spoil Spot with plenty of five-star service and amenities when you book a special Dog-Friendly Suite at the Delano. Part of the MGM Resort family, this high-rise luxury hotel rolls out the red carpet for pups.

Hit the blackjack table worry-free, knowing you can easily schedule a host of Doggie Butler services, including photo evidence check-in, dog walking, and more. Think your Beagle or Bulldog is feeling a bit peckish? Order the special ‘Buddy’s Box’ as a treat, or let them pick their own dinner off a tastefully crafted pet menu.

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An ideal option for small dogs, the Delano accepts up to two dogs, with a maximum combined weight of under 100 pounds. Dog Suites require a charge of $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $150 per night, per dog plus tax for suites.

photo credit: Vegas Travel News via Facebook

Park MGM Las Vegas

Have your heart set on staying in the middle of the Vegas Strip? Live out your Sin City fantasies with Fido in tow when you reserve a stay at the Park MGM Las Vegas. Happy humans will love having premier access to the biggest shows in Vegas, while Rover will rave about the specialized doggie room service menu.

From the nearby Pet Relief station to their variety of Dog Butler services, the Park MGM makes staying with your pet a breeze. Planning a big night on the town? Just call the concierge and pencil in a pet sitter! Dog-Friendly rooms can hold up to two dogs, with a maximum combined weight of under 100 pounds.

Park MGM requires a charge of $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $150 per night, per dog plus tax for suites.

The Cosmopolitan

Calling all Mastiff and Great Dane owners! Swing on by the stylish and elegantly appointed Cosmopolitan for an unparalleled pet policy. This fashionable resort imposes no weight limits or breed restrictions. In addition, all of their spacious suites and rooms are designated as dog-friendly, and eligible guests can stay with a maximum of two dogs.

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Your nightly dog fee of $50 per pet earns you and Fido a Pupjoy gift box stuffed to the brim with artisanal treats, an eco-friendly toy, a collapsible travel water bowl, and a pee pad. So let your pooch work off some of that energy on their two outdoor dog runs, or pamper them with premier dog boarding and daycare at the nearby affiliated Luxe Pet Hotels. 

photo credit: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas via Facebook

Four Seasons Hotel

Sumptuous accommodations, searing Strip views, and a palatial pool have been driving high rollers to the Four Seasons Hotel for decades. And now, fluffy friends can get in on the five-star action.

Relax, rest, and rejuvenate in one of their superior rooms that allow both dog and cat visitors. Ideal for travelers accompanied by smaller dogs or felines, the Four Seasons welcomes up to two pets with a combined weight limit of 25 lb. White glove pet sitting services are available on request, as well as beds and bowls.

Lap up all this luxury for an additional fee of $75 per pet per night. 

Vdara Hotel and Spa

Keep your pup’s morning routine in check and savor your time in the Entertainment Capital of the World when you book a dog-friendly room or suite at the Vdara Hotel and Spa.

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Sip your piping hot coffee and take in stunning mountain views before you and your BFF make your way to the lovely on-site dog park. Think your fur baby will need a little TLC to settle into their new digs? Then, indulge your canine with a hand-delivered Buddy’s Box containing three treats, two toys, and a chic bandana.

Dog-Friendly approved suites allow up to two dogs, with a maximum combined weight of under 100 pounds. Vdara Hotel and Spa requires a charge of $100 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms, and $150 per night, per dog plus tax for suites.

photo credit: Vdara Hotel & Spa Las Vegas via Facebook

Human-Friendly Activities

Need a break from the craps tables and endless cocktails? While your pampered pup is relishing the top-tier amenities and services of Las Vegas’s best resorts, make sure you carve out time for some sizzling Sin City fun.

Tick every last Las Vegas landmark off your bucket list, from the Bellagio Fountains to Fremont Street, when you hop on/off a Big Bus Tours Las Vegas

Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush when you suit up for the world’s highest controlled descent. Plunge 855 ft in the air at speeds of 40 mph when you take the leap with SkyJump at the Stratosphere Tower.

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Grisly gangsters, Prohibition, and the rise of organized crime in America come together magnificently at the Mob Museum. Dig deep into our country’s fascination with ‘Goodfellas’ as you peruse real mob artifacts, a speakeasy, and more. 

Rise with the morning sun to revel in the awe-inspiring aerial views of a Vegas Balloon Ride. Have your camera ready as you’ll need to document every second of the Mojave Desert and Western Nevada scenery.

View of someone in the air after the have jumped the SkyJump at The Strat with the city of Las Vegas under them in the back ground at twilight in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

photo credit: The Strat via Facebook

Pet-Friendly Hikes and Dog Parks

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Get those endorphins flowing and schedule some outdoor adventure when you and your intrepid mutt hike the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. A mere 30 minutes from the glittering lights of the Strip lies plenty of rugged mountain splendor.

Choose from over 25 hikes and trails ranging in difficulty. Appreciate the vivid hues of the Aztec Sandstone as you tackle routes such as White Mountain Loop and La Madre Spring. Dogs are permitted on all trails but must be leashed at all times. 

Seven Magic Mountains

Seven Magic Mountains may not be a hiking trail, but this pet-friendly large-scale public art installation is well worth visiting. Located just 10 miles south of Las Vegas, Nevada, this arresting display features seven towers of neon-hued boulders standing more than thirty feet high.

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These dayglow totems were created by acclaimed international artist Ugo Rondinone and represent a creative expression of human presence in the desert. Strike a pose with your canine and create some magical doggy photo-ops. 

photo credit: Seven Magic Mountains via Facebook

Echo Canyon-Fossil Ridge Loop

Is your mischievous mutt in need of a real workout? Tire out your favorite four-legged friend when you embark on this 4.3-mile hiking loop near Blue Diamond, Nevada.

Open year-round; this fascinating trail features tons of sponge and coral fossils, as well as a variety of cacti. Be wary that this is a multi-use trail shared by both bike and horseback riders. Your playful pup should be kept on a leash at all times. 

photo credit: Kevin Panet via Facebook

Pet-Friendly Restaurants, Patios, and Breweries

Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

Beer aficionados will not have to compromise on taste or quality when they hightail it to Las Vegas’ original brewing company. Sip exceptional handcrafted microbrews such as the Dirty Dog IPA as you and Rover relax on the Big Dog’s Brewing Co.’s sun-soaked patio.

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Enjoy a bevy of local and regional microbrews from over 30 tap lines as you feast on their Midwestern-inspired bar eats. Chow down on fried cheese curds, pillowy Bavarian soft pretzels, or a Wisconsin Bratwurst topped with tangy caramelized balsamic onions. 

Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar

Dine al fresco on California and Mediterranean dishes at the Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar. Their full-service outdoor patio provides plenty of shade for tired mutts, while hungry humans can kick back with a signature cocktail.

Raise a glass with a refreshing Bussy Peach Paloma or Mojito as you debate whether to whet your appetite with a gooey baked brie appetizer or savory Greek-inspired tapas medley. 

photo credit: Grape Street Café Wine Bar & Cellar via Facebook

Lazy Dog

Most pet-friendly patios will let your pooch hang out, but Lazy Dog in downtown Summerlin takes it one step further with a special dog menu. Humans and hounds alike can tuck into delicious offerings at this down-home eatery.

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Sample homemade sangria, a robust array of draft beer offerings, or a citrusy lemon ginger fizz libation.

Pups can order off the menu, too, with dishes like a grilled hamburger patty bowl featuring brown rice, veggies, and meat. Luckily the people-friendly fare is a bit more exotic!

Linger over crunchy bites of jumbo coconut shrimp, or go for broke with their tender St. Louis style ribs flash-fried until crispy, brushed with molasses BBQ sauce, and served with peanut sesame slaw and umami fries. 

Able Baker Brewing

Craving some premium quality suds combined with bold flavor pairings? No need to put your passion for pale ales or IPAs on simmer. Bring along your mellow mutt when you spend an afternoon sampling the brews at Able Baker Brewing. Able Baker takes pride in crafting brews using only the freshest ingredients.

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Cheers with a savory smoked beer, or sample a rich honey dip Stout. Their on-site kitchen cooks up hearty homemade fare. Some notable dishes include spicy chicken tikka masala tacos, crispy buffalo cauliflower, and beer-battered fish po’boys. 

photo credit: Able Baker Brewing via Facebook

Park on Fremont

Location, location, location! Sitting pretty, right on the famous Fremont Street, Park on Fremont is a downtown oasis of social media-worthy decor and people-watching.

Get comfortable on their quaint patio featuring lush garden foliage and fairy lights. Then dig into luscious beef meatballs with ricotta, vegan garbage fries, or a crispy fried chicken sandwich. Be sure to hydrate with one of their signature craft cocktails.

They're served in a stylish Mason Jar such as the ‘Unicorn’ or the ‘Hopster.’

photo credit: Park On Fremont via Facebook

Viva las Vegas! Don’t sacrifice a single second of your Sin City sojourn just because you are traveling with a pet in tow. 

Explore every inch of Las Vegas when you sleep, dine, and play in the city's most pet-friendly locales. 

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From spellbinding desert hikes in Red Rock Canyon to doggie room service, your daring dog can embrace the luxuries and amenities of America’s Playground. 

Whether you choose to commemorate your craps wins with an ice-cold Moscow Mule on Fremont Street. Or would rather snap some Instagram-worthy stories at Seven Magic Mountains! You and your four-legged friend are in for an unforgettable Las Vegas getaway.

Tell Us, Where’s Your Favorite Las Vegas Pet-Friendly Locale?

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Written By Isis Maya

A New York native, Isis-Maya spent most of her professional life working in TV production until a vacation whisked her away to Central America and her love o ...

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