The recent survey done by Realtor.com shows that 87% of pet owners take their beloved critters’ needs into account when they are looking for a home. Furthermore, 79% of buyers from ages 18 to 34 years old say that they would forgo their dream home if it is not pet-friendly, while it is 77% for 35 to 54 year olds that would say the same thing.
Of course, being the fully-equipped and capable city that it is, Las Vegas is definitely prepared to welcome new residents along with their animal companions. If you are looking for your Las Vegas dream home that allows living with your beloved pets, then see our list of pet-friendly condos and hotels in Las Vegas!
Caesars PalaceOne of the biggest and most famous hotels in the city, Caesars Palace is included among the many pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. However, their PetStay program only allows dogs and no other kinds of animals within the hotel, making it one of the few strictly dog-only-friendly hotels in Las Vegas.
With Caesars Palace’s PetStay program, guests along with their dogs can be sure that they will be greeted by several canine-friendly in-room amenities such as mats, food and water dishes, disposable waste bags, and dog treats.
The hotel also has a designated PetStay area within the hotel which is equipped with welcome packets that provide directions to the outdoor relief areas and dog walking routes. They also offer dog-friendly items for purchase as well as nearby dog services such as grooming and veterinary care for the convenience of every dog-owner staying in the hotel.
Sky Las VegasResidents can enjoy the resort-style pool in a private cabana, panoramic views of the Strip, and more quality amenities at Sky Las Vegas with their pets! The pet-friendly condo community of Sky Las Vegas has an on-site dog park for Sky Las Vegas owners and their pets to enjoy. Additionally, it is situated only a few walks away from numerous dog-friendly businesses such as dog daycares and cafes.
However, pet-owners need to be aware that the condo has breed restrictions, and that only two pets per unit is allowed, with maximum combined weight of only 80 pounds. There is also a $500 pet fee that residents need to pay.
Flamingo Las VegasHome to one of the most popular attractions in the city, the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, it should not be surprising that Flamingo Las Vegas among the hotels that allow pets in Las Vegas. However, using the same PetStay program as Caesars Palace, Flamingo Las Vegas is one of the dog-friendly hotels in Las Vegas which only permits dogs and no other kinds of pets to be brought inside the hotel. Up to two dogs with a maximum combined weight of 50 pounds are allowed within their rooms with the sign “Pet Stay” in the description for an additional fee of $85 per night.
Of course, this also means that Flamingo Las Vegas provides mats, food and water dishes, treats, and waste bags as well as welcome packets with necessary information about the outdoor dog potty areas and walking routes near the pet-friendly rooms.
Waldorf AstoriaExceptional dining and suites as well as the proximity of Waldorf Astoria to the T-Mobile Arena (that holds several big concerts in a year in the city) are among the main points of attraction for buyers. Adding on to that is the hotel’s friendliness to pets with its pet-friendly policies and amenities!
All Waldorf Astoria hotels, including Las Vegas, all feature an on-site community park and outdoor relief areas so that owners can enjoy a day out in the sun with their pets!
The CosmopolitanOne of the best dog-friendly hotels in Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan welcomes guests with a maximum of two dogs of all kinds and sizes for an additional fee of $50 exclusive of tax per dog, per night. What makes the accommodation better at this hotel is that all rooms at The Cosmopolitan are dog-friendly! So, there is not much need to worry about disturbing your neighbors with your dogs because they may also most probably have their own dog to take care of.
Upon checking in at The Cosmopolitan, guests will be provided with a Pupjoy box filled with dog treats, a toy, a collapsible water bowl for guests to keep, and pee pads. Additionally, the hotel has two dog runs with a fenced area near the Chelsea Pool area. However, while the hotel gives plenty of spaces for dogs to play around, there are places where they are not allowed as well including the restaurants, pools, fitness areas, gaming areas, and casino floors, unless they are service animals.
As a city that has it all, pet-friendly condos and hotels in Las Vegas should not be hard to find. Just make sure that you choose the best accommodation for you and your pet.
Everyone deserves to enjoy Las Vegas and that includes your precious animal companions. Buy a pet-friendly condo unit now and live your best life in Las Vegas with your pets!