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Best Hotel for Pets?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Rmchugh20, May 16, 2018.

  1. Rmchugh20

    Rmchugh20 Tourist

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    Hello all,
    My annual summer boys trip seems to be hitting a roadblock in that i may have to take my dog. She is the cutest thing on the planet so im not mad about it, see attached... however i haven't had a dog in vegas yet with me, many times in ac, but not in vegas,

    So i am wondering if anyone knows the most pet friendly hotels, or has any experiences with bringing pets to Vegas. The last few years i have been staying at mgm properties due to pretty good offers, i currently have the whole trip comped at Park MGM june 21-25 and most of my friends are staying at PH however i dont think i can do park with the pup

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  2. Audible Nectar

    Audible Nectar Low-Roller

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    Vdara markets themselves as being "Dog friendly", even offering a "V Dog Suite" on their own site (vdara.com). Nice place, too. It's a non-gaming "sister" property to Aria, and close to Cosmo, too, so it's not too far removed from the other Vegas action people seek:D
     
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  3. Niteshade

    Niteshade High-Roller

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    I have seen many well cared for dogs in Caesar's. I think they
    also offer "sitters" there. Several times while staying there - I have
    seen dogs on the elevators and in the Augustus - Octavius area while
    walking back and forth. Everyone looked happy and seems like
    Caesar's was very welcoming to them. I would check PH if your friends
    are staying there - they may also welcome dogs as I think most Caesar's properties
    do, but I haven't seen dogs in PH, but have seen plenty in Caesar's, and Paris too.
     
  4. acccrow

    acccrow Low-Roller

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  5. Niteshade

    Niteshade High-Roller

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    Your pup is adorable - if it was me - I would choose Caesar's.
    Nice rooms, well lit areas, and seems like several of these folks
    I saw were "well heeled" so I imagine they wanted a nice experience
    for their doggies. I'd definitely check Caesars if I was taking my pup.
    I like PH - but it is so dark in there and much more a younger, party type
    crowd.
     
  6. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    No experience taking a pet to Vegas, but I know Caesars properties market themselves to pet owners and have "Pet Stay" rooms you can book and at least one dog relief areas on site.
     
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  7. Sonya

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    CET has pet rooms at most (all?) of their properties. Vdara has dog friendly rooms too. I'm not aware of other MGM properties that do.

    I take my dog to Vegas with me, and board her at Doggie District. I don't like having her with me in the casino hotels in Vegas for a couple reasons. Mostly, because I'm rarely in my room in Vegas. I'd have to stay close to give her breaks and keep her from the stress of being alone in a strange room. Also, the pet areas are often a long walk from the room, obviously. If she was crate and paper-trained, I might consider it, but at this point, she has more fun at the Doggie Daycare place than I could give her in Vegas. We enjoy our time on the road to and from Vegas together very much and she loves being at mom's when we visit on the way down.