|Shopping on the Las Vegas Strip
On the Las Vegas Strip, the variety and quality of shopping is awesome. Some of the shops are exclsive and expensive
with many famous fashion designers.
Where else can you see stores that you
see in only a handful of other major cities and have the great entertainment value of a Roman Forum with marble
facades and animated status; the latest fashions displayed on a 80-foot retractable stage with a runway supported by a state-of-the-art
audiovisual platform that rises out of the ground more than 1,000 times each year for instant fasion show;
and the Grand Canal Shoppes that recreate the architecture of Venice, Italy.
Bonanza Gift Shop, World's Largest Gift Shop, established in one of the historical first Las Vegas Strip shopping centers
in 1980,has Over 40,000 square feet of shopping hysteria. The bizarre, the unusual, yes even the weird all available in one giant place.
At World's Largest Gift Shop you will find kitsch to classy. Only here can you get a dice clock to suit every decorator's
motif and beautiful, handmade Native American jewelry.
The aura of Vegas past abounds with pictures of the Rat Pack, T-shirts with the Fabulous Las Vegas sign and Miss Atom Bomb,
as well as the green dealer's visor.
Located at Sahara and the Strip, World's Largest Gift Shop is easily accessible from the Strip and Downtown.
It is open from 8:00 am to midnight (Pacific Time) seven days a week, except on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
The Fashion Show
nearly 2 million square feet, The Fashion Show is the largest shopping center on the strip and one of the largest in the
nation. The Fasion Show offers the world's most exceptional lineup of anchor stores,
with Neiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's Home, Macy's, Dillard's, and Nordstrom all
under one roof.
The latest fashions are displayed on the Great Hall's 8-foot retractable stage
Fri-Sun, every hour
on the hour from noon to 6 p.m. The runway is supported by a state-of-art audiovisual platform, which makes it the site
of many product launches. Fashion Show's Cloud rises 128 feet on the building's exterior and allows Strip audiences a
glimpse into events and promotions taking place inside.
Eleven shops, with eight exclusive to Encore, that offer an array of clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories and home decor.
The Shoppes at the Palazzo
For the exclusive and one-of-a-kind shopping experience to include Vegas' only Barneys New York, along
with more than 50 international boutiques. Check out Annie Creamcheese
Las Vegas Review Journal Winner "Best of Las Vegas - Vintage Clothing Store"
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian
Cobblestone walkways line The Grand Canal Shoppes, 500,000 square feet of unique retail space within the Venetian.
This indoor shopping area features an
authentic reproduction of Venice's Grand Canal (complete with gondolas) and a replica of St. Mark's
Square, which serves as the centerpiece of the mall area.
Shop such great retailers as Burberry, Jimmy Choo, and Kenneth Cole and dine at great
restaurants including Taqueria Canonita, Zeffirino, and TAO.
The Forum Shops At Caesars
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
offers shoppers a unique Roman decor complete with marble facades, animated statues, and ever changing cloud covered ceilings.
include Louis Vuitton, Escada, Gucci, Guess, Christian Dior, Polo/Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss, as well as
restaurants such as Wolfgang Puck's Spago and The Palm steakhouse.
In one of the most opulent,
high-scale resorts in the world, Via Bellagio Offers exquisite fashion and jewelry collections from Gucci, Hermes, Giorgio Armani,
Prada, Chanel, Tiffany & Co., Moschino and Fred Leighton.
Le Boulevard at Paris Las Vegas
Paris Las Vegas features upscale French retail shopping, located within the resort's quaint Le
Boulevard district. The interior buildings are covered with facades representative of real Parisian districts.
Picturesque cobblestone streets and winding alleyways take guests on a European shopping spree.
Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood
170-store, 15-restaurant complex houses shops True Religion, Urban Outfitters, Ben Sherman, and Quicksilver to name a few
Crystals at City Center
Dramatic architecture houses elite brands such as Assouline, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Tiffany, and a two-level
The Shops at Mandalay Bay
Offers such gems as Urban Outfitters, LUSH, and Elton's.
|Shopping Outside the Las Vegas Strip
The Boulevard Mall
Mall that is typical of what you would find in any city
with stores like JC Penney, Sears, Dillard's and Macy's. It is located two miles east of the
Strip at 3528 Maryland Pkwy.
The Meadows Mall
The Meadows Mall is located off US-95 at Valley View Blvd. It is just eight
minutes from downtown via the mall trolley. Home to the largest Forever 21 in town and Sephora is inside the J.C. Penney store.
Las Vegas Premium Outlets
Find impressive savings at 150 designer and name-brand outlet stores. Located directly off I-15; exit Charleston Blvd.,
minutes from the strip.
Las Vegas Outlet Center
Find impressive savings of 25 to 65 percent on top name brands at these 130 stores.
This popular indoor center, located at the far south end of the Strip at 7400 Las Vegas Blvd., close to Southpoint,
food courts and a giant carousel.
Galleria at Sunset
The Southwestern themed Galleria Mall is located
at Sunset Road and Stephanie Street in Henderson, Nev., about 12 miles east of Las Vegas. This shopping Mecca has an
85,000-square-foor Dick's Sporting Goods.
The District at Green Valley Ranch
In the heart of Green Valley, a place to shop for the least fashions, home furnishings, unique art, and jewelry. All this set in an urban environment,
with a pedestrian friendly main-street plaza, a beautiful central park with a vintage style Carousel, great dinning,
and only steps away from the Green Valley Ranch Resort.
Chinatown is located west of the Las Vegas Strip, not
far from the Treasure Island and The Venetian casinos.
Also included in Chinatown are scores of Filipino,
Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese American businesses as it
serves a pan-Asian community, making the term Chinatown
somewhat of a misnomer.
The Las Vegas Chinatown
resembles many of the new suburban "Chinatowns" found in
Southern California and Silicon Valley, in the form of
sprawl with generously large parking lots. This area of
Las Vegas is modeled upon the Los Angeles suburbs of
Monterey Park, California and San Gabriel, California,
both anchored by shopping centers and supermarkets (99
Ranch Market and Shun Fat Supermarket). In several
cases, some businesses are extensions from Southern
California Chinatowns, including Asian supermarket
chains, restaurants, bakery, travel agent and so on.
It is generally unlike
the old and dense tightly-packed Chinatowns. The
suburban-style 99 Ranch Market chain is the key anchor
to the area, with other well-known Southern
California-based chain businesses such as popular Sam
Woo Restaurant (serving Cantonese cuisine) and Kim Tar
Restaurant (serving Teochew cuisine). There is also a
Mainland Chinese noodle and dumpling restaurant serving
noodles, fried dumplings, spring onion pizza, and smelly
tofu. Cantonese seafood restaurants also add to the
A 1.5 million square-foot center with retailers that include Borders, The Guitare Center, and Apple,
centered around a children's park. The western-most anchor is Rave Motion pictures, which screens in the latest all-digital technology. And
one of the best singles place in the Blue Martini.
|Specialty Shopping Outside the Las Vegas Strip
Ladies take your wardrobe from boring to extraordinary, without emptying your pockets.
Established in 2007 and located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Patty's Closet is a chic boutique that features the
latest trends and fashions. With three locations in the Las Vegas Valley, all locations carry different selections
and look completelty different.
Winner of 2010 Las Vegas Review-Journal "Best of Las Vegas - Store for Women's Clothing"
Bella Hand Bags & Shoes
Ladies check out these shoes at amazing prices. 4040 W. Craig Ruite Suite 103. Well worth the drive.
Outfitting Outrageous Las Vegans, from Vintage Vixens to Burlesque Bombshells. The Attic's claim to fame is it's 30-second
"Life takes Visa" commercial that depicted the colorful boutique as Vegas' premier venue for over-the-top
intage clothing and first aired during the final eposode of Seinfeld in May 1998.
One-of-a-kind purses that the artist assembles by hand. Over 20 hours of design and craftsmanship
go into each masterpiece.
Gambler's Book Store
The world's largest gambling superstore has more than 5,000 gambling items and supplies for all card and dice games.
Minutes from the strip and downtown Las Vegas.
Clothing and accessories are bought, sold, and traded directly with store customers. Ever-changing inventory
includes designer labels, vintage, jeans, lether, current basics and one-of-a-kind items
Inexpensive place to shop that offers a big selection of quality brand name and private label clothing.
Las Vegas' Hottest Boutique with the hottest styles and trends in women's clothing.
Store is color-coded and prices are great
La Isla Uniforms
The largest uniform store in Nevada. Located at 967 East Sahara Avenue guarantee their warehouse prices to be the lowest
you will find.
Rainbow Feathers Company
This unique store sells feathers in every size, shape, and color. You will find just about every commercially
available feather in the world.
A retail boutique featuring antiques, furniture, accessories and art that capture the vibe of Las Vegas's Rat Pack Days.
Large selection of plus sizes at great prices.
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
This 165,000-square-foot outdoor enthuusiast's store takes the average shopper four hours to browse.
Offers clothing to hunting supplies to boats and has an archery range, rock climbling wall, two live pistol
and rifle ranges, and a huge aquarium.
Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet
Rows and rows of merchants showing unusual and unique products.
Leonard's Wide Shoes
Has the biggest wide wide shoe selection in the country. Contemporary footwear is their specialty.
Located on Paradise Road across from the Hard Rock Hotel.
Rochester Big & Tall
Las Vegas's premier retailer of men's big and tall designer clothing.
Has all popular name brand boots, western wear, riding gear, motorcycle boots, work clothing, hats, and accessories.
Western wear at discount prices on name brands.
Features some of today's hottest men's and women's apparel in an ultra-chic
atmosphere. Located inside Fashion Village at Boca Park.
Unique designs and colorful assortment of clothing.
For all you sneaker heads, this is the place to hit up while in Vegas.
Burlington Coat Factory
Nice clothing and good deals but kind of like a treasure hunt.
Offering an international collection of fashion retail at outlet prices in an enclosed and themed shopping
Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas is located just 30 minutes south of the Las Vegas Strip on I-15 at the
California/Nevada Stateline in Primm, Nevada. Exit the freeway at Exit 1, Primm. Fashion Outlets is connected
to the Primm Valley Resort & Casino on the East Side of I-15. . It's worth the short ride to save up to 75% off at
more than 100 design outlets.
Fashion Outlets operates a daily shopping tour from the Las Vegas Strip with depatures from MGM, Miracle Mile, and Fashion Show Mall.
The round-trip fare is only $15.00 and includes a complimentary Saving Book with more than $800 in savings at participating
stores at Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas