Very friendly staff, punctual and friendly shuttle service
Friendly shuttle driver Rick who went beyond the call of duty in helping me get back to the hotel after returning car to the rental center.
Very quit nice way to relax time, thank you. Staff was very helpful. No hot water to 2 days out of 3 !!
We chose this property for the location, also because we have frequented LaQuintas in the past. Newly renovated or a nrw building. Pet friendly. Rooms all had noncarpeted flooring, which is great with pets. Breakfast was very good. Staff was very receptive to any needs.
It was clean, comfortable, and quiet. I just wish they didnt have resort fees, but this is Vegas.
Best hotel in Vegas! Quiet, clean, accessible. No smoking, secure.
The young man that checked us in was excellent. He helped me with several things which enhanced our stay in Las Vegas.
Very spacious room. Our room was so quiet and were able to park in the back by our room. Within walking distance to many restaurants.
Friendly staff good location for a traveling thru person.
We liked the room size. It was very large and the location. It was close to Boulder City.
They adapted well to the growing concern of getting shutdown
It was good overall for us. Staff and housekeeping were friendly and helpful.
Friendly service! Older hotel but nice, clean rooms. Nice location.
I didnt have the opportunity to go to the spa, or workout room
Most of the staff were nice and welcoming. They were pet friendly. But their computer system continued to give them issues and sometimes led to issues with the room card keys and etc..
Great location and clean environment. My kids enjoyed the shark and tiger exhibits.
Convenient location with nearby shopping and restaurants
Room was clean and comfortable. Staff was attentive and friendly.
A vacation simply isn't complete without your furry friend at your side. Bringing your furry friend along for the ride has never been easier with pet-friendly hotels in Las Vegas. Pet-friendly hotels will allow you to bring your animals in the rooms with you, often for a fee. Many hotels will go further and offer a genuinely warm welcome to your extra guest, and provide bedding, water and food. By bringing your best friend with you, you will not have to dish out money for pricey pet-sitters or boarding. But keep in mind that policies vary by property, so please check with the individual hotel to see if it suits your needs.
After you both get settled in your room, your playful pal will probably be ready to get out and explore with you. If you bring your pup with you, you can bring them out to pet-friendly restaurants, stores, and dog parks. If you do not know where to start, the front desk should be able to help you come up with plenty of ideas. And if your little critter needs to rest when you have pet-free plans, the concierge can help you set up some doggie day-cares and walking services close by. There might even be a pet -sitter service available, so make sure to check when you book your reservations.
AARP Travel has a wide range of pet-friendly hotels. A few of the resorts will surpass your expectations offering the royal treatment in ways including grooming and massage services for your furry buddy. So why should you stay in a pet-friendly hotel? Like traveling with young children, if your pet is happy and content then it is far easier for you to relax and enjoy yourself. But if the hotel you stay at goes above and beyond for your pet, then the experience is even better. Don't leave your pet behind! Let us help you find the perfect hotel for you and your best friend.