Just Like Home Doggie Hotel and Grooming in Las Vegas, NV

Overnight Dog Boarding in Las Vegas Nevada at Just Like Home Doggie Hotel and Grooming.
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Hotel room rates for owners traveling with a dog are competitively priced at a $35 per night upgrade for designated pet-friendly hotel accommodations at Paris Las Vegas.
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If you are looking to get away to America’s playground start by reserving a room at one of the Las Vegas Dog Hotels from Pet Hotels of America, where the prices are pre-negotiated for pet owners so special deals apply. Check out this list of the top 5 Las Vegas pet-friendly hotels and start creating your dog or cat’s best vacation ever.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Hotel, a luxury hotel tower attached to Mandalay Bay, is the only Las Vegas property owned by MGM Resorts International that allows dogs.
Photo provided by FlickrTrump International Hotel Las Vegas is proud to be a dog-friendly hotel in Las Vegas
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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.Marriott's Residence Inn extends the welcome mat beyond dogs to cats, fish and birds at its three Las Vegas properties. The Hughes Center Residence Inn has hosted guests as exotic as a sloth, small caribou, penguins and even an Asian Water Monitor, a lizard that reaches five to six feet and weighs more than 170 pounds. So don't be surprised by what's riding the elevator. There's ample green space to walk dogs outside, but no other pet amenities. It's enough that this hotel may be the only place in Vegas willing to house your penguin.It's no longer a gamble to take your dog or cat with you to Las Vegas. Since 2011, half a dozen hotels on the Strip have added dog-friendly services while other properties have doubled-down on pampering for the four-footed, adding plush beds, personalized water bowls, drool-worthy room menus and convenient dog-walking services. Rules to sit and stay vary. Some lodgings accept pets for free while others require you ante up $25-$200. Most hotels prefer dogs, some allow cats and a few welcome any pet, even feathered and finned. Be sure to reserve the plus-one in advance and ask about what paperwork is required for check-in. Non-dog pets typically require manager approval and veterinary documents prior to arrival.Not to step on any tails, but the pushes dog-friendliness to the next level. The chic resort located adjacent to Mandalay Bay lets canines take advantage of the same services as their human counterparts. For example, the resort proudly offers the Doggie Butler Service. Owners who have to leave their room to attend an event can request the “Check-in and Checkup.” What this means is a hotel staff member will quickly pop into your room to see how your dog is doing and then will send you a text message to confirm everything is OK. Delano Las Vegas also features the Doggie Delights Menu. Among the in-room treats guaranteed to get your pup salivating are Fido’s Frittata (made with egg whites), Fowl Play (a broiled chicken breast with beans and potatoes), the Pooch Patty (a Wagyu hamburger with veggies and rice) and Bark-A-Roni (macaroni, béchamel, cheddar cheese and an all-beef hot dog). So now who’s drooling?Las Vegas hotel casinos know people love their pets, and an expanding number of properties allow furry friends of some kind, with dogs being the most common type of pet allowed.About seven miles west of the Strip, the Best Western Plus Las Vegas West sits close to major streets and freeways, but is still in a quiet location with plenty of nearby places to walk your dog--although you can have other pets as well (check ahead with the manager). Weight limit for dogs is 80 pounds, and two dogs per room are allowed. A nominal $10.00 per day is charged per pet. At the Best Western LV West, the nearby Lakes community is filled with lovely areas to walk Fido (or Fluffy) and enjoy views of the man-made lakes. Just south of the Best Western, you'll find Desert Breeze park, which includes a dog park. The reasonably priced rooms were recently renovated and come with, Internet, microwave and refrigerator and free breakfast. Other Best Westerns around Las Vegas (and elsewhere) also accept pets, although policies vary by hotel.