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Red Roof Inn Las Vegas

Red Roof Inn Las Vegas is pet friendly! Two pets up to 80 lbs are welcome for no additional fee. Both dogs and cats are accepted, but pets may not be left unattended in rooms. There is a grassy pet relief area in front of the courtyard.
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Room Types
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    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 2 queen beds
    • Up to 4 people
    • No pet fee
    • 2 queen beds
    • Up to 4 people
    • No pet fee
OUR GUARANTEE: Book a room now! Our canine concierge will make sure you’re assigned a pet-friendly room, so there aren’t any surprises at check-in.


Red Roof Inn Las Vegas offers Free Parking and Free Wi-Fi. The best yet is there are no resort fees and is a 100% Smoke Free Hotel.

Health & Safety

Safe Stay: Red Roof Inn Las Vegas has enhanced cleaning and safety measures in place. Hand sanitizer is provided to guests, and rooms are disinfected between each stay and sealed after cleaning. Social distancing measures are in place, as well as physical barriers between staff and guests. Cashless payment is available. Hotel staff are required to wear masks.


  • Television
  • Pet Friendly
  • Swimming Pool
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet Available
  • Free WiFi
  • Business Center
  • Air Conditioning
  • Parking Available
  • Free Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Exterior Rooms
  • Laundry Room


BringFido Guest Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

Red Roof Inn Las Vegas has received a rating of 3.7 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido and 3.5 out of 5 by 358 guests on TripAdvisor.

  • Kurt
    Sep. 24, 2020
    it was worse than the bad reviews

    I gave them a chance, but it was not fit for a dog, much less a human. Yes, it was that bad. We booked several nights and checked out after the first. My wife slept maybe 4 hours. Overrun by seedy, shady people. One man on the other side blared music from his vehicle so loud that I walked around to the other side to see if it was a car or a business doing it. That lasted non-stop until 2AM and the so-called security guard did nothing and neither did the staff. I compalined at the front desk and they said other complained, but yet they lost several good paying people just to keep a hip hop guy happy. Go figure. There were at least two prostitutes using rooms on our side, quite openly. it is said to be 100% non-smoking, but our room had a heavy pot smell, so I called the front desk right after check in. I was told to suck it up and that I got a room, didn't I? As a truck driver for several years I stayed in some bad places since the 1970s and outside of a place called "King Albert's" in Las Vegas back in 1980 or so, this was the worst since then. Before this, the Red Roof of Victorville, CA was always my stated worst, but now Vegas Red Roof has topped them. Victorville is now 3rd place.

  • Hannah
    Aug. 20, 2020
    One and done

    Pros: the price, the convenience, the location, the plethora of grassy areas

    Cons: questionable utilities (shower, A/C). Who has rooms without working AC in the middle of August in Vegas? This place. Had to wrap my pup in a wet towel to keep her cool all night

  • Debra
    Mar. 3, 2020
    For being a "pet" room, it was pretty decent.

    The room I stayed in was an ADA room and it was great. I took my kitty with me. He loved it. He slept on top of the TV stand and felt comfortable there. I only wish I could have stayed longer. Oh, BTW, the room was complete with microwave, stove and refrigerator. Another great perk!

  • Lawrence
    Oct. 29, 2019
    Hotel a little worn

    Pleasant, clean, and very close to Hard Rock casino.

    Room was a ok. As always guests have little respect for others.

    ( Irish wolfhound relieved himself owner just ignored)

    Door was a weak spot (security) , however the cruiser with lights flashing woke me at 3 AM. So guess we are safe.

    Location was close to airport so some noise. Wasnt my first choice but hard to get with late reservation.

    Dog was happy

  • Lance
    Oct. 10, 2019

    Nice place with actual grass for my dog!

  • Rebecca
    May. 23, 2019
    Very Clean !!!

    Rooms are super clean , feel very safe here ! Staff is very helpful

  • Kayla
    May. 14, 2019
    Great Place

    The staff was so friendly and accommodating the room was so nice and clean very impressed!!

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Red Roof Inn Las Vegas