it had character, being 100 yr old leads to that. Close to Death Valley and Red rock Canyon and Las Vegas where a plus
You and your four-legged buddy go everywhere together, so why should your next vacation be any different? Many travelers, especially those traveling domestically, do not want to pay for expensive kennels or catteries. You'll enjoy your vacation even more with your feline or canine companion at your side. It can be common for resorts to accommodate this demand, especially now that you are booking with AARP Travel Center Powered by Expedia®.
When you and your pet get to Death Valley, you'll likely want to go exploring. After all, why would you bring them all the way to Death Valley to keep them cooped up in the hotel all day? If you are bringing your pup with you, you can bring them out to pet-friendly stores, dog parks, and stores. If you do not know where to start, the front desk should be able to give you plenty of ideas. And if your cat or dog needs to stay behind at the resort when you have plans, we'll help you find doggie day-cares and walking services close by. There might even be a pet-sitting service available, so double-check when you book your reservations.
AARP Travel has a wide range of pet-friendly hotels. Some of them do even more to make your stay with your pet enjoyable. Some hotels have conveniences, like t-r-e-a-t-s, food bowls, dog-walking services, luxurious beds, and pet menus. So why should you stay in a pet-friendly hotel? The simple answer is to choose a hotel that allows your pet to stay with you. But if the hotel you stay at goes above and beyond for your pet, then the experience is even better. Do not leave your pet behind! Let us help you find the perfect hotel for you and your best friend.