Are pets allowed?

Are pets allowed?

Pets may be allowed at our host hotel, but pets are not allowed in any Bender Jamboree venues or areas, including the pool. 

Our 2024 Bender Jamboree property, The Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino DOES allow up to two (2) dogs per room/suite.

At time of writing, there is a mandatory, non-refundable cleaning fee of $150 (as well as weight, size, and breed restrictions on allowable dogs) that will be charged upon check-in for dogs reported to Front Desk as well as a refundable pet deposit of $150.00, which is returned if there is no damage to the unit. Please click the following link to read the most current information directly from the hotel. 

Any applicable fees are to be paid directly to the hotel at time of check-in. The Bender does not collect pet fees.

Nothing written here shall supersede the pet policy of the hotel. The hotel has complete and final say on all matters pertaining to pets. 

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