Looking for pet-friendly accommodations in Las Vegas does not have to be a game of chance. With a little research, smart pet owners can find accommodations in Las Vegas, even on the famous Strip, that not only allow pets into their rooms, but will actually treat them as if they were furry high-rollers.
Caesars Palace has been a landmark on the Las Vegas Strip since 1966. Today, the resort is made up of a casino and more than 2,400 rooms spread out among the Forum, Roman, Centurion, Palace and Augustus towers. Inside, the ancient Roman theme is echoed throughout the casino, hotel, grounds, and six pool areas. Caesars Palace has a PetStay program, which allows up to two dogs under 50 lbs. each to stay in designated dog rooms. You dog will be welcomed with food and water bowls, a mat, waste disposal bags and dog treats. Dog owners are given information on where furry friends are allowed on the grounds and local pet-related services. The charge, as of 2010, is $25 per night per dog.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Hotel is a non-gaming, upscale facility with 424 guest rooms and suites located on the Strip. All of the rooms have either full or partial views of the surrounding deserts or mountains through floor to ceiling glass windows. As a guest at the Four Seasons, you will also have full access to the attached Mandalay Bay Resort and Casinos amenities. The Four Season Hotel accepts pets at no extra charge, but they must weigh under 25 lbs. and cannot be left alone in the rooms. The hotel maintains a limit of two pets per room.
La Quinta Inn Las Vegas Tropicana
The La Quinta Inn is a economical, pet-friendly hotel that accepts both cats and dogs and is about a half mile from the Las Vegas Strip. It charges a flat rate of $30 a room for the entire stay and while the hotel does not have a set limit on the size of your animal or number of pets per room, it does reserve the right to make such decisions, if necessary. Breakfast is included with your La Quinta Inn stay.
The Imperial Palace, in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, is an economical alternative to some of the huge mega-casino resorts. This hotel is also home to a classic car showroom, the Auto Collections, that has $100 million worth of automotive treasures available for viewing. A maximum of two dogs are welcome in this hotel for a $20 per night, per dog fee of $20 (as of 2010). Dogs will find treats and bowls awaiting them upon arrival. The Imperial provides owners with information on walks and other dog-related services.
Microtel Inn and Suites
This hotel sits away from the Strip within sight of, and about a five-minute drive without traffic to, Mandalay Bay. As of 2010, the hotel allows pets for a $25 per night, per pet non-refundable fee. The Microtel Inn has a bright, clean modern look and is an affordable alternative to the fancier Strip resorts. A complimentary hot breakfast is included with your room rate. Although the hotel does not have an on-site restaurant, you will find fast-food options nearby and in the mall across the street.
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