PET FRIENDLY HOTELS

Hi, I’m Arbor! A Labrador/Border Collie mix and a rescue from the Animal Foundation here in Las Vegas. I thought it would be fun to strap a GoPro camera on my back and give you a tour of Vegas from a dog’s point of view! The first hotel I visited was the Flamingo. While shooting, I was spotted by a VIP host who naturally couldn’t resist my star quality and gave me the full VID (Very Important Dog) treatment, including some time at the Blackjack table. Who knows, I might have even made Flamingo history as the first dog to have ever played cards at this historic hotel!

I had such a good time I’ve decided to make more videos, so subscribe to my channel for more Vegas adventures!

https://www.facebook.com/GoVegasDog?fref=ts

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I would like to add Best Western Pahrump Station to “Pet Friendly Businesses”.
They are very supportive of Symphony Animal Foundation. They host fundraisers for us and they help us place animals when they can.

Best Western Pahrump Station is pet friendly and does not have a weight limit on dogs in their hotel or their RV Park. They are located at 1100 S. Hwy 160, Pahrump, NV 89048 and their phone # is 775-727-5100. Thanks!

Laraine Russo Harper – Founder –
Symphony Animal Foundation

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PetStay

CAESARS PALACE, IMPERIAL PALACE AND RIO ALL-SUITE HOTEL & CASINO WELCOME CANINE COMPANIONS WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF THE “PETSTAY LAS VEGAS” HOTEL PROGRAM
New dog-friendly program begins Oct. 11 at participating resorts

Las Vegas, Nev. — Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino are rolling out the red carpet for traveling dogs, with the launch of “PetStay Las Vegas,” the resorts’ new pet-friendly hotel program. Effective immediately, each of the three resorts allows guests to check into hotel rooms with their prized pooch and offers the necessary amenities that are required for dog travel.

Each participating resort hosts a designated PetStay area within the hotel, equipped with welcome packets that direct guests to outdoor relief areas and dog walking routes as well as specialty room service menus.

“With designated hotel guest rooms and a full roster of amenities and services, we are confident that dog lovers will enjoy the perfect Las Vegas getaway at our three resort-hotels,” said Mary Ann Dennis, Vice President – Regional Teleservices.

Guests participating in the PetStay Las Vegas program are greeted by several canine-friendly in-room amenities including a mat, food and water dishes, disposable waste bags and dog treats. Information about additional dog-friendly items for purchase and nearby dog services (such as grooming, walking and veterinary care) is available upon check-in at each of the participating resorts.

Dogs staying at any of the three hotels must weigh 50 pounds or less and be present at the time of check- in. Dogs are permitted to walk through designated common areas while on a leash and accompanied by the owner. Dogs left unattended in a guest room must be crated at all times; crates are available for rental.

Hotel room rates for owners traveling with a dog are competitively priced at a $25 per night upgrade for designated pet-friendly hotel accommodations in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace; a $20 per night upgrade applies to similar accommodations at Imperial Palace and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. For a full list of policies, rates and availability visit http://www.PetStayLasVegas.com.

To book a room at Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace or Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas visit http://www.harrahs.com or dial (800) 427-7247.

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Deanna Pettit
Director of Public Relations
Harrahs’ Entertainment–Las Vegas Region
dpettit@harrahs.com
O: 702-794-3328
C: 702-429-9649

 

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