Pet Friendly Hotels Las Vegas
Pet Friendly Hotels Las Vegas – The Finest at Discounted Rates
Pet friendly hotels Las Vegas, along with its many pet friendly parks, events, restaurants and activities, are plentiful! Las Vegas isn’t just for the bachelorette parties and nightlife anymore, though there’s still plenty of that to be had! In recent years, the city has turned a significant amount of funds to making Las Vegas more family friendly. And of course, that includes pets!
If you are looking to get away to America’s playground start by reserving a pet friendly hotel room from Pet Hotels of America, where the prices are pre-negotiated for pet owners so special deals apply.
Stay in the Heart of Pet Friendly Las Vegas
Instead of renting a condo or cabin out away from the center of the action, why not stay in one of the finest pet friendly hotels that you can book at pre-negotiated rates for pet owners. Enjoy all the amenities and luxuries that make the city famous, all without sacrificing the comfort of your animal.
Drumroll: The Famous Flamingo:
And don’t forget to go to Yappy Hour at the Rumour Boutique Hotel!
Planning is Key
Taking your animals to the desert requires just a few plans ahead of time. The first thing to consider is the time of year: most families go on vacation in the summer. Nevada is famous for temperatures reaching well into the triple digits – imagine how much hotter that feels under a coat of fur! If you plan to visit in the summer, call ahead to the pet friendly hotels Las Vegas to see what they recommend to keep your pets cool and occupied. Odds are, they won’t be allowed at the hotel pool with you! However, on our website you will find a list of day kennels. Or maybe the hotel itself has facilities for animals.
Rule of Thumb
Most places, even the pet friendly hotels of Las Vegas, will require someone to be with the animals in the room. This means they may not be left unaccompanied, even for so little as an hour: you will need to be present when the cleaning staff comes to make up your room, or at least crate your dog or cat.
Instead of spending a fortune on day care, why not split up animal-minding duties throughout the day? While the kids are playing at the pool, mom or dad can take the dog for a short walk. Take turns getting out of the sun – and back in air conditioning – and trade off puppy duty. Once the sun begins to set, it’s a great time to get out and explore the strip. At that point the in the day, it should be cool enough to take the animals out too.
Always make sure to carry bottled water for yourself and your pets, as well as an inflatable water bowl. Remember, your dog will need to drink more frequently than you will – the heat will feel worse to him.
Check out our listings page for pet friendly hotels in Las Vegas: when you find one that makes you want to pack your bags, call them up and ask for tips about traveling with a pet. A good hotel will be knowledgeable about local activities, park, kennels, and can give you a good idea of what to expect.
You also should check out our Las Vegas City Guide, as it has all the listings for pet friendly parks, restaurants, events, expos, activities, groomers and much more.