While Woof Woof is not allowed in most of the main areas of the hotel, The LINQ makes up for it with rooms basically designed for doggie agility training.
Woof Woof didn’t just love jumping between the two double beds, but he also did a high jump over the mini wall in the Deluxe Queen Suite to get to the couch. To add to small dog friendliness, there were floor length windows.
Dogs may be left unattended in the room. However, you should always leave your cellphone number at the front desk. A bathroom relief area is available with artificial grass on the bottom floor of the parking lot.
Yuor pooch will not be bored in Vegas with outdoor restaurants, hiking in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the outdoor Neon Museum, and an indoor dog park. Plus, just across the street there are outdoor attractions: the pirate shows at the TI, the volcano at the Mirage, and the Bellagio dancing water fountain show. Because Woof Woof gets nervous on the ground in tightly packed human crowds, I pick him up for a better and more secure-feeling view when needed.
Pet fees are reasonable, too. The LINQ offers the same Pet Stay program as other Caesars Palace, where pet fees are included in room prices for specific rooms at a rate that tends to be about $35 for a non pet room in the same category. When you choose a room on the Caesars Palace website, select the Pet Stay program as a filter. What’s also included are treats, dog bowls, and a bed. The caveat is the number of Pet Stay rooms are limited and up to two dog(s) must be under 50 pounds each. Thus, always book your hotel before your flights if your pooch demands that they’ll only stay at The LINQ.