Harrahs Resorts Welcomes Dogs With PetStay Las Vegas

Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino have rolled out the red carpet for traveling dogs with the launch of PetStay Las Vegas, the resorts' new pet-friendly hotel program. Each resort now allows guests to check into hotel rooms with their prized pooch and offers the necessary amenities 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.

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.

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.

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.

Visit www.harrahs.com.

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