Whether traveling for business or pleasure, it can be difficult leaving your pet behind. Luckily the Vegas Strip is no stranger to accommodating pets.

Want to find out where can you stay with pets on your visit? Here is a list of some of the top pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas:

The Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of the most pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. The Cosmo consists of two high-rise towers known as Chelsea and Boulevard, with all rooms and suites being dog-friendly. It’s located in the heart of the Strip, making this hotel an easy walk from many popular restaurants, attractions, and events.

The Cosmopolitan allows guests to bring up to two dogs of any size for $50 per night per dog. Most rooms come with a private terrace, so if you are going with your pet, they’ll have the chance to get some fresh air.

They provide complimentary “Pupjoy” gift boxes complete with essentials for your pup’s stay and exclusive rates at one of the premier doggy daycare centers in Vegas, located a mile from the Cosmo.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

The Four Seasons Hotel is a luxurious, gaming-free resort on the Las Vegas Strip. It is pet-friendly for dogs and cats as long as the animal is under 25 lbs.

Pet beds, bowls, and other pet-friendly comforts are offered at check-in, with an in-room menu available to order treats for your furry friend. Pets cannot be left alone in your room, but the hotel provides pet-sitting services for locations where you can’t take your pet.

The Four Seasons charges a $75 fee per pet.


Delano Las Vegas is a non-smoking hotel with plenty of great pet-friendly amenities. They offer dog-friendly suites and allow up to two house-trained dogs with a combined weight under 100 lbs.

The pet fee is $85 per dog for every night you stay. Dogs can only be left alone in the room if they are in a kennel or crate. Unlike most other hotels, dogs at Delano are welcome in public areas, with some exceptions.

Delano staff are happy to walk, feed, or check on your dog if you’re out and about. Delano also offers a pet relief area and doggy amenity kits.


Vdara Hotel & Spa, another non-smoking, non-gaming hotel on the Strip, boasts a relaxed atmosphere and a 24-hour dog park. Guests are allowed two dogs with a combined weight of 100 lbs.

Guests can use the concierge for “doggie butler services,” such as:

  • Pet check-ins while you’re out
  • Dog walking
  • Amenity boxes
  • Pet sitting

The pet fee is $150 a dog per night for a standard room and $200 for a suite.

Virgin Hotels

Virgin Hotels is located slightly off-Strip, at the former Hard Rock Hotel property. At Virgin Hotels, take advantage of the centrally located gaming floor, nightclubs, sportsbooks, and more. Don’t miss the award-winning steakhouse, either.

What about your pets? Virgin provides food and water dishes, dog beds, and a relief area for your pets. You can bring up to two dogs of any size.

Standard room bookings come with a $60 per night pet fee; the cost is $60 per night. Look for the “Dog Friendly” room option to avoid the pet fee altogether!


The European-styled and dog-friendly NoMad Las Vegas is located on the top four floors of Park MGM. Situated across from T-Mobile Arena and The Park, there is no shortage of dining and entertainment for you and your dog to walk to.

Guests are allowed up to two dogs with a combined weight of 100 lbs. There is an outdoor dog park and a special room-service menu for doggy treats. Dogs cannot be left unattended in rooms unless in a kennel or crate, but the concierge can arrange pet-sitting services.

Want to know the best part about staying at NoMad with your pups? There’s no pet fee!

What’s the Best Pet-Friendly Hotel in Vegas?

There are many places to stay with pets in Vegas, both on and off the Strip. The best option for you will depend on the size of your pet, what you’re willing to pay in pet fees and your trip’s itinerary. No matter your needs, you can be assured these top-rated hotels will provide a comfortable and memorable stay for you and your pet.

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