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Can You Vape in Las Vegas Hotel Rooms? (What You Need To Know)

Las Vegas is known to be a place where anything goes, and we do mean anything. So when someone asks, “Can you vape in Las Vegas hotel rooms?” the answer is technically, “Yes.”

But first, let’s look at the “whys” and the “hows” of it all, so no one gets into trouble, shall we? After all, they may claim that “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” but fines and arrest records will follow you everywhere.

Rules Changed for Smoking in Las Vegas Hotels

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The reason that the rules on smoking and vaping in Las Vegas seem so conflicting may be that they have changed drastically since the signing of the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act in 2006.

The onset of Covid in 2020 also changed some of the rules on smoking on Las Vegas casino floors, in clubs, most hotels, and other public places along the Las Vegas Strip. For example, in any place where masks were required, smoking and vaping was banned. Some places have since relaxed those hotel policies, but others have not. 

Is vaping considered smoking according to these rules? Yes, it is.

While it used to be true that you could smoke or vape practically anywhere in Vegas besides a non-smoking hotel room, Las Vegas hotels have had to crack down as the laws change. There are still smoking hotel rooms in Sin City, but strict rules about cigarette smoking and vaping could get you into trouble if you aren’t aware of them.

The Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act for Smoking in Public Spaces

As mentioned, the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act (NCIAA) was enacted in 2006 to protect both adults and children from secondhand smoke in most public indoor places and places of employment.

Places Where Tobacco Smoking, Vaping, and Smoking Marijuana is Banned

Today, there are many locations where smoking and vaping is illegal in Nevada. Some of the main places where this law banned smoking and enacted a firm no smoking rule includes but is not limited to these locations.

  • Movie theaters
  • Government-owned buildings and public places
  • Video arcades
  • Shopping malls and retail shops
  • Any bar, saloon, or tavern where minors under 21 are allowed
  • Indoor areas inside restaurants, even if they are in a casino
  • Inside any grocery store, drug store, or convenience store, even in video game areas
  • Child care locations that have five or more children
  • Anywhere on public or private school campuses, inside or outside
  • Any business or location where they have established their own no-smoking rules
  • Health care facilities

Places Where Use of Cigarettes and Vaping Devices is Allowed

Due to the exemptions that were put in place after the NCIAA became law, vape pens, cigarettes and tobacco products, e-liquid, electronic cigarettes, and other such substances are allowed in certain places, although marijuana may still not be allowed.

  • Private residences, even when the residence is used for business unless that business is a child daycare facility or health care facility.
  • Areas that are used for conventions during tobacco-related trade shows, as long as those areas are closed to the public.
  • Brothels and strip clubs.
  • Retail tobacco shops.
  • Completely enclosed space inside of saloons, bars, and taverns where minors under 21 are prohibited.
  • Casino gaming areas where minors are not allowed to loiter by law.

While smoking cigarettes and vaping is allowed on the gaming floor of casinos and areas where kids are not allowed, it is still banned from restaurants, bars where kids are allowed, hallways, elevators, bathrooms, break rooms, and other such public areas.

Casinos, hotels, and other businesses may also make their own rules about smoking and vaping. Many casinos have set up non-smoking poker rooms, and hotel management in many locations offers non-smoking hotel rooms.

Remember that the same rules apply to vaping as to smoking, so if it is not okay to smoke inside of your hotel room or any other area, then it is not okay to vape inside, either.

Also, it is not okay to smoke in hotel bathrooms in any non smoking area, including a nonsmoking room.

Can I Get Away With Vaping in Non-Smoking Vegas Hotel Rooms?

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No. There is no vaping allowed in non-smoking rooms, and yes, they can tell. According to Las Vegas defense attorneys, smoking comprises any method of smoking tobacco products, vaping products – including e-cigarettes, vapes, hookahs, pipes, cigarettes, cigars, or any oral smoking device.

So, unless you are staying in a designated smoking room, then none of these are allowed.

If your Las Vegas hotel room is a non-smoking room and you decide to use any of these products, the management has the right to ask you to leave. They may also confiscate your vape set, e-cigarettes, or any other smoking and vaping products.

What is the Penalty if I get Caught Smoking or Vaping in a Non-Smoking Hotel Room in Vegas?

You might also get stuck with a hefty fine if you smoke in an area that a business has set aside as a non-smoking area. In MGM hotel rooms, where smoking is not allowed, they will bill you $500 for a deep cleaning fee if they detect smoking in your room. Those cleaning fees alone are enough to dissuade most.

If Vegas hotel staff smells the lingering odor of nicotine, the lingering smell of e cigarettes, tobacco smoke, or see other signs of smoking, they can add extra charges to your card even after you’ve left the hotel. Aside from the smell, smoking in your rooms could also trigger the smoke alarm system, fire alarm, and smoke detectors.

What If I Smoke in Prohibited Areas in Vegas?

Those rules are for places where it is technically legal to smoke, but the penalties can get much worse if you are caught smoking in areas where it is illegal. In Las Vegas, smoking in a non-smoking area is a misdemeanor that can cost you up to 6 months in jail and $1000 in fines.

Non Smoking Las Vegas Casinos and Hotels

For those who do not vape or smoke and wish to avoid casinos and hotels where it is allowed, there are a few places that are completely smoke-free. The following hotels are completely smoke-free as of 2022.

  • Delano Las Vegas
  • The Platinum Hotel and Spa
  • Wyndham Grande Desert Resort
  • Cancun Resort Las Vegas
  • Trump International Hotel Las Vegas
  • Renaissance Las Vegas
  • Marriott Vacation Club Grand Chateau
  • Hilton Grand Vacations – both on the Las Vegas Strip and Elara
  • Park MGM and Signature at MGM Grand
  • Vdara

Smoking or Vaping is Allowed at These Vegas Hotels

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On the other hand, if you wish to smoke or vape at your hotel or casino in Las Vegas, there are hotels that cater to you, also. As of 2022, these locations allow smoking on the premises in places where it is legal.

  • Venetian Resort
  • Wynn Las Vegas
  • Tropicana Las Vegas
  • Treasure Island TI Hotel and Casino
  • Plaza Hotel and Casino
  • Tuscany Suites and Casino
  • Four Queens Resort and Casino Las Vegas
  • Downtown Grand Hotel and Casino
  • Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort and Casino
  • The Mirage
  • The STRAT Hotel, Casino, and Skypod
  • Caesars Palace

Can You Vape in Las Vegas Hotel Rooms – Conclusion

Vaping and smoking are allowed in some Las Vegas hotels and casinos. There are also places in Las Vegas where marijuana vaping and smoking are allowed (i.e., private residences). Weed is not allowed in casinos, hotels, and other public places, however. 

If you wish to stay in a hotel where smoking and vaping tobacco products and such is allowed, be sure to specify that you need a smoking room when booking online or by phone. 

I hope this post has helped answer any questions you had about vaping in Las Vegas. Feel free to browse our site for more informational articles about Sin City!

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Wendy Mullennix

My name is Wendy Mullennix. I love travel & travel, in that order :) I'm also a Las Vegas local. I enjoy exploring this crazy city with my hubby and riding fat tire bikes in the desert.

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