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Michelle
Mesa

Las Vegas

Where is the best shopping in Vegas?

Girls trip to Vegas and when we're not in the pool during the day, we want to shop! Not sure where to even start--looking for designers, but also fun, cheap buys! Where should we go?


5 Answers

top answer by
Kristal from San Francisco

Hi Michelle, 

For the best shopping, designers and well known brands, you can go to:

- The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace 

- Grand Canal Shops at The Venetian

Fashion Show Mall across from the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas

Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

-For brands like Gucci, Prada, etc, go to Bellagio Hotel


I know there are outlets (Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas) as well, but I'm not sure how good they are and you would have to get in a car for that. 

Enjoy!

-Kristal


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Caesars Palace (hotel)
  2. The Venetian (hotel)
  3. Fashion Show (attraction)
  4. Wynn Hotel Las Vegas (hotel)
  5. Miracle Mile Shops (attraction)
  6. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino (hotel)
  7. Bellagio Hotel (hotel)
  8. Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas (attraction)
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answered by
Johnny from Las Vegas

Casino Shopping:

I'm amazed how it's possible to find deals in some of the casino shops. The three biggest are

  1. the Forum Shops at Caesars, which is one of my favorites because it also has a The Cheesecake Factory and they've painted the ceiling the color of the sky so it looks like daytime! Not long ago they added another building with 3 levels of shopping which gave it 636,000 sq. ft. of shopping. 
  2. The Miracle Mile Shops in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has about 170 stores and was the biggest on the strip when it was built at 475,000 sq. ft. 
  3. The Crystals at Citycenter is a "mini-mall" with over 40 high-end boutiques.  It's a 500,000 sq. ft. multi-level mall.

    Between Mandalay Bay Rdand Luxor Hotel and Casino is a "street" of shopping and there's a great irish pub to stop by called Rí Rá and you might even catch an autograph from a famous athlete like Pete Rose in the memorabilia shop.  The Venetian has shops along a replica canal where you can get a gondola ride if you like or enjoy their own version of St. Mark's Square in Venice.  MGM Grand Las Vegas has shopping, Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino also has a "street" of shopping, the The Mirage has a smaller offering, etc.

Within the strip is the Fashion Showmall - an actual mall separate from the casinos. It's one of the biggest in the country.  It has pretty much everything.

Outside the strip, depending on what kind of transportation you have there is the following:

Within a cab ride:

Downtown has quite a few shops along the Fremont Street Experience and a few blocks from that is a place called Downtown Container Park where they made a "mall" out of semi-truck containers. VERY unique and there are some unique shops there. 

Another mall a short cab ride away is The Boulevard Mall with a more local flavor than the Fashion Show mall.  

Las Vegas Chinatown is another shopping resource and only minutes from the strip.

Las Vegas North Premium Outlets downtown have most of the popular outlet shops

More than a cab ride (40 minute drive from the strip) is MY FAVORITE outlet mall Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas.  I like the Neiman Marcus store best... i've scored MANY good clothing deals there.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Forum Shops at Caesars (attraction)
  2. The Cheesecake Factory (restaurant)
  3. Miracle Mile Shops (attraction)
  4. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino (hotel)
  5. Crystals at Citycenter (attraction)
  6. Mandalay Bay Rd (attraction)
  7. Luxor Hotel and Casino (hotel)
  8. Rí Rá (restaurant)
  9. The Venetian (hotel)
  10. MGM Grand Las Vegas (hotel)
  11. Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (hotel)
  12. The Mirage (hotel)
  13. Fashion Show (attraction)
  14. Downtown (neighborhood)
  15. Fremont Street Experience (attraction)
  16. Downtown Container Park (attraction)
  17. The Boulevard Mall (attraction)
  18. Las Vegas Chinatown (attraction)
  19. Las Vegas North Premium Outlets (attraction)
  20. Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas (attraction)
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answered by
Hazel from Port St. Lucie

They have a Lancôme - The Company Outlet near The Cleveland Clinic Brain Institute. It is the only one l have ever seen. There is also other high end brands in their amazing outlet within walking distance of the Downtown Casino areas.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Lancôme - The Company Outlet (attraction)
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answered by
Marie from Las Vegas

The best "traditional" mall in Las Vegas is Fashion Show. The large casinos all have high end designer shops. For outlet shopping, try Las Vegas North Premium Outlets which you can get to by cab if not renting a car. There are always plenty of cabs to get back to your hotel. The bus also has convenient access if you want to go with less expensive transportation. There are also outlets at Las Vegas Premium Outlets - South which again is accessible by cab. The North outlets are much nicer and higher end. You may also want to check out Town Square Park or Downtown Summerlin. Downtown Summerlin has the best Dillards I've ever seen.

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Fashion Show (attraction)
  2. Las Vegas North Premium Outlets (attraction)
  3. Las Vegas Premium Outlets - South (attraction)
  4. Town Square Park (attraction)
  5. Downtown Summerlin (attraction)
  6. Flamingo Las Vegas (hotel)
  7. Best Western Plus Casino Royale (hotel)
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answered by
Phil from Arcadia

Fashion Show is nice, big and convenient to the Wynn, Venetian area.  A little farther south on the strip is Forum Shops at Caesars which is the best of the casino-hotel based "malls".  If you can go off strip, head to the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas that are about 15 min drive away from the strip.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Fashion Show (attraction)
  2. Forum Shops at Caesars (attraction)
  3. Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas (attraction)
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