- Kibo says we hit the jackpot with Reno and gives it two paws up as a dog-friendly town.
Dog-friendly Reno hotel & casinos
Harrah’s Reno Hotel & Casino
Kudos & two paws up to Harrah’s Reno for their Pet Stay package.
We’d never found a pet tolerable casino before, let alone a pet-friendly one! Kibo happily received a welcome package of bowls, gourmet treats and more upon check in.
We also met several other happy dog owners and their adorable (and very well-behaved) pets.
The accommodations were quite people friendly as well. Granite and marble in the bath, comfy bed with nice linens, plenty of space with two chairs and footstools – all in a standard room – and all at a great price.
Other dog-friendly Reno hotels & casinos
Grand Sierra Resort & Casino, Reno
Grand Sierra Resort & Casino accepts pets Sunday through Thursday at a rate of $30 per night for pets up to 50 lbs and $40 for those over 50 lbs and on Friday & Saturday at a rate of $40 per night for pets up to 50 lbs and $50 for those over 50 lbs. Pets are not allowed in Summit Suites
Sands Regency Casino Hotel, Reno
Sands Regency Casino Hotel accepts dogs with a pet fee and deposit.
Siena Hotel Span & Casino, Reno
Siena Hotel Spa & Casino welcomes pets up to 25 lbs, with a maximum of 2 pets per room
Dog-friendly Reno: Things to do
Wild River Grille offers Dinner With Your Dog. Summer evenings, Monday’s starting at 5pm.
The Truckee River Walk runs through the middle of downtown Reno and is good place for people and dogs to take a mid-day stroll.Article by Kim Hull
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