Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts Expand Dog-Friendly “PetStay” Program to Include Eight Hotel Options
January 13, 2011 by VegasNews.com
Canines receive the VIP treatment when they travel to any Caesars Entertainment resort in Las Vegas. The initial launch of PetStay Las Vegas in October 2010 included customized hotel zones at Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and has expanded to include Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Paris Las Vegas, Harrah’s, Bally’s and Flamingo Las Vegas—a total of eight resorts.
“Due to popular demand we are extending our PetStay program to all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts, offering guests a variety of options when they travel with their pampered pooches,” says Mary Ann Dennis, vice president – regional teleservices.
As part of the PetStay Las Vegas program, guests and their pups receive an in-room amenity that includes dog treats, food and water dishes, and a pet mat. Canines on the go are also are presented with a map of dog-walking routes, on-property designated relief areas and a variety of dog-friendly resources for pet walking, pet sitting, grooming services and veterinarian information.
Each resort offers designated floors and areas as pet-friendly zones. Dogs staying at any resort 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. The PetStay Las Vegas program is a $25-$40 (plus tax) per night upgrade at participating Caesars Entertainment resorts.
For more information on the Pet Stay Program please visit www.petstaylasvegas.com. For room rates and to book accommodations at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino or Imperial Palace Las Vegas visit www.caesars.com or dial (800) 427-7247. Caesars Entertainment resorts in Las Vegas are officially “No Resort Fee” zones. The company’s nine Las Vegas hotels do not add mandatory resort fees to hotel room rates.
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