Entertainment - Shopping in Las Vegas

Whether within walking distance or a short drive of all major resort hotels, diehard shoppers will encounter vast malls. The malls in Las Vegas display quite a wide range of products that satisfy the appetite of those in search of wonderful bargains, choice eateries, carefree afternoon entertainment, casual or fine attire, domestic and imported merchandise, famous brand names, fine art, individual couture creations, selected diamonds and first class gold.

The Forum Shops at Caesars
In the Forum Shops, patrons stroll through a wonderful replica of the ancient streets of Rome viewing treasures on display by international houses of fashion. Shoppers can relax beside an ornate fountain paying homage to Zeus and enjoy cool Mediterranean "breezes" within the temperature-controlled environment.  

Shoppers can also witness the hourly performance of Bacchus and his court of Roman gods as the stone-like statues move and talk amid a display of laser lights. The Forum Shops, which face the Las Vegas Strip on Caesar's Palace Hotel property, originally opened with more than 70 store and restaurant fronts encompassing a quarter million square feet of shopping paradise. Construction which was completed in the spring of 1997 added a parking garage, 37 stores and two restaurants. The most recent addition expanded the extraordinary Forum Shops to 533,000 square feet on 12 store packed acres.

The centerpiece of the new construction, a hall 160 feet in diameter with an 85-foot-high ceiling, features a display called "Atlantis" with animatronic figures. The mall maintains its ancient Roman theme with classic columns and arches, ornate fountains and classic statuary.

Today, the single level of shopping at the Forum Shops offers a valet parking entrance with a video arcade on a sub-level. It features such stores as Louis Vuitton, Plaza Escada, Gucci, Guess and Christian Dior. The newest addition includes mezzanine levels in many of the tenant spaces.  The Forum Shops also host outlets such as FAO Schwartz, Nike Town, Virgin Records Mega store, Fendi, Polo, Hugo Boss and Wolfgang Puck's Asian Cafe.

The Fashion Show
At the prestigious Fashion Show Mall located on the corner of the Las Vegas Strip and Spring Mountain Road, shopping takes on new excitement. Patrons can explore the finest products in the country offered by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, Dillard's, Robinsons-May Co. and more than 140 other boutiques and shops spread throughout the mall. The Fashion Show's international food court gives shoppers a taste of other worlds as well as an opportunity to relax in a fine dining restaurant.

The Boulevard Mall
A short cab ride from the Strip at 3528 Maryland Parkway,  the Boulevard Mall, Nevada's largest shopping center covers 1.13 million square feet. Natural lighting, lush landscaping and the best of contemporary styling exemplifies classic interior design in a sunny, temperature-controlled environment. The Boulevard, with its retail tradition since 1968, offers shoppers a profusion of stores and shops.

In addition to well-known retailers such as J.C. Penney, Sears, Dillard's and Macy's, it houses a variety of specialty shops including The Nature Company, Sanrio Surprises,The Body Shop, Charlotte Russe, Hot Topic, and Contempo Casuals.

The Meadows Mall
The Meadows exemplifies the ease of one-stop, convenient shopping in a multi-level center that hosts more than 140 shops and restaurants. The mall, located near the U.S. 95 Expressway at Valley View Boulevard, provides its own downtown trolley that travels to and from the Downtown Transportation Center in less than eight minutes. The enclosed mall, designed with two levels of specialty stores and five courtyards, is laid out in an elongated Z pattern. Anchor stores include Dillard's, Macy's, J.C. Penney and Sears.

Factory Outlet District
A quick ride south on the Strip leads shoppers seeking exceptional bargains to the factory shopper's paradise outlet district where famous brand name merchandise can be acquired for 20% to 70% off. Naturally, the district adheres to the tradition of the factory outlet and cuts out the   middle man.

The district starts with the Belz Factory Outlet World mall at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard South and Warm Springs Road. One mile to the south are the Las Vegas Factory Outlet Stores. The 250,000-square-foot, 36-acre enclosed Belz mall lures shoppers with exceptional bargains to 75 outlets, including 25 clothing stores and a permanent state-of-the-art laser show designed by Richard Sandhaus, nationally-known laser artist.

The Belz mall includes such stores as Nike, Carter's Childrenswear, G.H. Bass Apparel Store, Oneida, Oshkosh, Danskin, Ross Simon Jewelers, Ducks Unlimited, Adolfo II and Levi's.

The nearby Las Vegas Factory Outlet Stores of America, located at 9115 Las Vegas Boulevard South, features Spanish-style architecture and offers 30 acres of open-air shopping. The 50 outlets encompass 237,000 square feet of retail space and also includes the Outlet Lounge, the only sports/casino style bar in an American mall complete with video poker and slot machines. Famous name outlets showcased at the Las Vegas Factory Outlet Stores of America include Adolfo II, American Tourister, Corning/Revere, Prestige Fragrance and Cosmetics, Book Warehouse, Florsheim Shoes, Mikasa, Geoffrey Beene, Van Heusen and West Point Pepperell. The factory outlet district, a short cab ride from the strip, is also served by a Citizen Area Transit (CAT) bus.

Galleria Mall
The Galleria Mall at Sunset Road and Stephanie Street in Henderson (about 12 miles east of Las Vegas) offers 1 million square feet of shopping and 110 specialty shops. Galleria Mall tenants include J.C. Penney, Robinsons-May Co., Dillards, Papyrus, Cache, Champs, Harris and Frank, Miller Stockmans and The Disney Store. The mall's southwest theme features three waterfalls highlighted by windows etched with pictures of suns, pinwheels, horses and other figures. Shoppers can relax in a 600-seat food court resembling a blue and white chess board with topiaries shaped like chess pieces.

Desert Passage
The Desert Passage at the Aladdin Resort & Casino
A shopping and dining adventure to the world's most exotic marketplaces. More than 130 shops and 14 world-class restaurants.

Fashion Outlets Of Las Vegas
100 stores and themed restaurants adjacent to Primm casino resorts. Daily shuttle service from New York-New York and MGM Grand.

Rue De La Paix
At the Paris Las Vegas.
A wide array of authentic French boutiques, garden shop, wine and cheese shop, home gift shop and more.

The Grand Canal Shoppes
At the Venetian Resort & Casino
Indoor retail mall with an Italian-themed atmosphere. Approximately 65 of the most exclusive retailers and restaurants.

Via Bellagio
At the Bellagio Resort & Casino
The most exquisite fashion and jewelry collections from world-renowned designers.


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