10 Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas (2023 Update)

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Traveling with pets is extremely important for many people, which usually means needing to find a pet-friendly hotel. If you’re planning to visit Las Vegas and you want to take your pet along, you have multiple options. It can be a little more difficult to find cat-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, or most places in general, than it is to find dog-friendly hotels. The good news for you is that you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a spot at any price point that allows pets in Las Vegas.

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Top 10 Pet-Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas

1. Four Seasons Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel
Image Credit: Instagram @fslasvegas
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 12 PM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $75 per night plus tax
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Pet sitter on site for a fee
  • Maximum of two pets up to 25 pounds combined
  • Pets may not be left unattended in rooms
  • Cats allowed

2. Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino
Image Credit: Instagram @westgatevegas
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: non-refundable cleaning fee of $150, plus a refundable pet deposit of $150
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two dogs up to 60 pounds combined
  • Doesn’t allow cats
  • Pets may not be left unattended in rooms
  • Has a list of restricted breeds that are not allowed

3. Vdara Hotel and Spa

Vdara Hotel and Spa
Image Credit: Instagram @vdaralasvegas
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 2600 W Harmon Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89158
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $150 per night, per dog plus tax, or $200 for suites
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two dogs up to 100 pounds combined
  • Dogs may only be left unattended in a crate
  • Blankets, treats, and an in-suite dog dining menu are provided
  • Doesn’t allow cats

4. NoMad Las Vegas

NoMad Las Vegas
Image Credit: Instagram @nomadvegas
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 3772 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $100 per pet per night
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two dogs up to 100 pounds combined
  • Dogs may be left unattended in a crate
  • Doesn’t allow cats
  • Pet room service menu is available

5. My Place Hotel North Las Vegas

My Place Hotel North Las Vegas
Image Credit: Instagram @myplacehotels
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 1440 E Craig Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89081
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $30 per pet per night
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two pets up to 80 pounds combined
  • Pets may be left unattended in crate
  • Cats allowed

6. Sonesta Select Las Vegas Summerlin

Sonesta Select Las Vegas Summerlin
Image Credit: Instagram @sonestaselect
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 1901 N Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89108
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 4 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $75
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two pets
  • No breed or weight restrictions
  • Cats allowed

7. The Retreat on Charleston Peak

The Retreat on Charleston Peak
Image Credit: Instagram @retreatoncharlestonpeak
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 2755 Kyle Canyon Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89124
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 4 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $25 per pet per night
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of three pets
  • Allows pets of any size
  • Cats allowed
  • Beer and treats package for people and pets
  • Be aware: 45 minutes from Vegas strip

8. La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas Nellis

La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas Nellis
Image Credit: Instagram @ziggy.acd
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 4288 N Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89115
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: First pet is free, second is $25 per night
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two pets
  • Cats allowed
  • Pets may not be left unattended
  • Third floor and all suites do not allow pets

9. Best Western Plus Las Vegas West

Best Western Plus Las Vegas West
Image Credit: Instagram @bestwesternlasvegas
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 8669 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89117
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 3 PM check in, 11 AM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $10 per pet per night
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two pets up to 80 pounds each
  • Pets are only permitted in designated rooms
  • Cats allowed
  • Pets may not be left unattended

10. Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Convention Center

Residence Inn by Marriott Las Vegas Convention Center
Image Credit: Instagram @residenceinnlasvegasairport
πŸ—Ί Address: πŸ“ 3225 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
⭐ Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
πŸ• Open Times: 4 PM check in, 12 PM check out
πŸ’² Cost: $100
πŸ• Off-Leash Area: No
  • Maximum of two pets up to 65 pounds
  • Cats allowed
  • Pets may be left unattended in rooms

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Conclusion

Whether you’re traveling with cats or dogs, you won’t have any trouble finding a pet-friendly hotel in Las Vegas. Always remember to verify the pet policy with the hotel at the time of booking, though, as pet policies may change without notice. Familiarize yourself with the rules of the hotel regarding pets as well, as these rules often tell you where your pet legally can and cannot go on the hotel grounds with you.


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