Cancel the dog sitter! Bringing your pup with you to Las Vegas is an adventure of a lifetime. Las Vegas is a very dog-friendly city when you know where to go and what to do. That’s why we’ve put together this dog-friendly guide to Las Vegas. From magical hikes to limousine tours, get ready for some fun that’ll make any tail wag!

Dog-Friendly Hotels

The first thing to organize is, of course, where you and your furry companion are going to stay. Luckily, Las Vegas is full of luxury hotels that welcome (and pamper) four-legged friends! Here are our 7 favorite dog-friendly Las Vegas hotels…

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

We love the Cosmopolitan for the way they welcome furry guests. They have the most lenient weight limits, most affordable pet fee, and they pamper pups with special gifts.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Any size allowed
Pet Fee: $50 plus tax per night per dog
Special Amenities: Each dog receives a Pupjoy gift box, which includes all natural treats, an eco-friendly toy, collapsible water bowl (for you to keep), and a potty pad in case of any accidents.

Vdara Hotel & Spa at Aria Las Vegas

Vdara prides itself on being a dog-friendly destination, with special suites set aside for you and your pup. They even have a room service menu just for dogs.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Combined weight of 100lbs
Pet Fee: $100 plus tax per night per dog for rooms, $150 plus tax per night per dog for suites
Special Amenities: Check-in service (a doggy concierge will stop by your room and check on your pup for an additional fee), “Buddy’s Box”: a box of 3 treats, 2 toys and a bandana for an additional fee.

Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay

At the Delano you and your furry companion can enjoy sleek and luxurious suites with amazing views. Order their “woof burger” on a special room service menu for dogs.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Combined weight of 100lbs
Pet Fee: $100 plus tax per night per dog for rooms, $150 plus tax per night per dog for suites
Special Amenities: Check-in service (a doggy concierge will stop by your room and check on your pup for an additional fee); “Buddy’s Box”: a box of 3 treats, 2 toys and a bandana for an additional fee.

Bellagio

Fancy a spectacular view of the famous Bellagio fountains from your dog-friendly room? The Bellagio is all set up for doggy guests.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Combined weight of 100lbs
Pet Fee: $125 per night, per dog plus tax for rooms and $175 per night, per dog plus tax for suites
Special Amenities: Special doggy menu; Check-in Service (a doggy concierge will stop by your room and check on your pup for an additional fee); “Buddy’s Box”: a box of 3 treats, 2 toys and a bandana for an additional fee.

Oasis at Gold Spike

If you’re looking for an affordable, hip hotel in the center of downtown Las Vegas, Oasis at Gold Spike is a perfect spot for you and your doggy.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Combined weight of 50lbs
Pet Fee: $50 per dog added to resort fee

Caesar’s Palace Resort and Casino

There’s no reason why your pooch can’t stay with you in one of the most famous luxury hotels in Vegas. Caesar’s Palace provides lots of necessities to make your pup feel at home in their hotel.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 50 lbs each
Pet Fee: $200 per stay
Special Amenities: Mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags.

Park MGM Las Vegas

Right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Park MGM’s newly renovated dog-friendly rooms are the perfect combination of cozy and stylish.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: Maximum combined weight of 100lbs
Pet Fee: $100 per night, per dog.
Special Amenities: A room service menu just for doggos.

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

Your four-legged friend can live it up in the lap of luxury at Trump Hotel Las Vegas. They provide all the amenities to make your pup feel like a special guest.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 25 lbs each
Pet Fee: $50 per stay
Special Amenities: Gourmet treats, plush dog beds, water bowl, toys, and a map of the city highlighting fun dog-friendly parks.

Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

Bally’s has gorgeous upgraded rooms and go out of their way to ensure that every doggy guest enjoys their stay. 

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 50 lbs per dog
Pet Fee: $50 per night
Special Amenities: Mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags.

Harrah’s Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

Harrah’s is a dog-friendly hotel with a prime location right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 50 lbs per dog
Pet Fee: $100 per night, plus a nightly refundable $50 incidental (security) deposit
Special Amenities: Mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags.

Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino

If you and your pooch want a little more room to stretch out and relax, consider getting a dog-friendly suite at the Rio, where every room is a suite!

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 50 lbs per dog
Pet Fee: $50 per night
Special Amenities: Mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags.

The Linq Hotel + Experience

You and your pup can look out over a view of the world famous High Roller from your room at The Linq.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: 50 lbs per dog
Pet Fee: $50 per night or $250 cash deposit
Special Amenities: Mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

You and your doggy can both enjoy the luxury and excellent service that Four Seasons is famous for.

Number of Dogs Allowed: 2
Weight Restrictions: None
Pet Fee: $75 per night
Special Amenities: Dog bowl, treats, and a dog bed.

Tail-wagging Adventures

Let’s dive into the exciting adventures you and your doggy can have while visiting Vegas! There are photo ops galore, and sights you’ve never seen before. Our top 4 dog-friendly adventures in Las Vegas are:

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Just 17 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, the landscape changes dramatically to be like something from another world. The stunning scenery of Red Rock Canyon will have you spellbound, and it’s a great hiking spot for dogs and their humans. Be careful not to go on your Red Rock adventure on a day that’s too hot, and to bring lots of water for you and your pup. Dogs must be kept on a leash.

River Mountains Loop Trail

This dog-friendly hiking and biking trail offers the kind of scenic views, wildlife spotting and vast beauty that the Mojave Desert is known for. 34 miles of trail surrounds the river mountains connecting the Hoover Dam with Lake Mead National Recreation area. Dogs must be kept on a leash on this trail. Here’s a great article of tips for making the most of your dog’s adventure on the River Mountains Loop Trail!

Lake Las Vegas Water Sports

You and your pup can kayak together on the beautiful Lake Las Vegas. Get away from the hustle and bustle, bright lights and gambling on the strip, to a scenic, quiet retreat of shimmering lake waters. Kayak rental costs only $69 for a month pass.

Limousine Tour of the Strip

Omni Limousine offers dog-friendly luxury limo rental from just $55 an hour. You and your doggy can take a ride in style down the Las Vegas Strip, or even take limousine tours to Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. 

Las Vegas Spots That Pooches Love

There are lots of places to bring your doggo in Las Vegas that are sure to be a good time. Here are just a few of our favorite spots for pups to visit.

Three Dog Bakery

That’s right, a bakery just for dogs! Three Dog Bakery serves up tasty treats that are freshly baked from scratch. Here your doggy can order a pumpkin-spiced latte, an icecream, or even a birthday cake, made with all natural, dog-safe ingredients.

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

If you got a little hungry looking at those baked treats and want a bite to eat yourself, take your pooch to Lazy Dog. They have a delicious menu for both dogs and their humans, with an outdoor patio where dogs are welcome.

Downtown Summerlin

If you want to do some shopping with your furry friend, the area of Downtown Summerlin is set up in a very dog-friendly way. You’ll find bowls of water and treats outside a lot of the stores, and well-behaved puppers are allowed in some shops.