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Are you planning to drive your car, RV or trailer to Las Vegas, but don’t know if you can take Bowser and Fluffy with you? Have no fear, because many hotels and motels in Sin City welcome pets. Some take pets for free, others charge a fee and others require a deposit in advance against any damage your pets may cause.

Many also have size limits for accepting dogs. Some really pet-loving hotels and motels have kennels and runs on the property, so that while you’re gambling and dining, your pets can relax, enjoy the surroundings and maybe meet new furry friends. If you’ll be bringing pets along, just make sure you call ahead before you book your Vegas stay to find the right hotel for your family, including Bowser and Fluffy. Here are just a few:

Best Western Main Street Inn: Welcomes pets with a charge of $15 per pet, and its downtown location between two city parks makes it ideal for walking and exercising your pet. It’s at 1000 N. Main Street. Call ahead to 702-382-3455.

Super 8 Las Vegas: It’s next to Ellis Island just off the Strip, and welcomes furry visitors for a fee of $15 per pet. It also features severaly small lawn areas for walking your pet. Call 702-794-0888.

Best Western Nellis Motor Inn: If you’re an Air Force family and need to be close to the base, this motel allows all kind of pets to stay for a fee of $20 per pet per day for non-smoking rooms and $10 for smoking rooms. The motel is at 5330 E. Craig Road, and phone 702-643-6111.

La Quinta Inn & Suites: There are three in Vegas, and they accept pets at no charge. There’s one near the Convention Center at 3970 Paradise Rd., another at 9570 W. Sahara Ave., and one in Summerlin at 7101 Cascade Court. For information, call 702-796-9000.

The Four Seasons Hotel: On the Strip at 3960 Las Vegas Blvd., it accepts pets under 25 pounds free. For more information, call 702-632-5000.

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