Shopping in Las Vegas
|Apart from the sights and sounds of
slot machines and stilettos crossing your path, a Las Vegas shopping experience is as
unique as the city and its people. Where do you go find the latest couture fashions?
If you're a high-roller looking to put down some serious cash or impress your new
best friend remember that it's Vegas baby and it's all around you.
If you're staying on the Las Vegas Strip, luxury shopping can be as simple as find the
Forum Shops at Caesars or strolling into the Mirage for their exclusive Cirque LOVE
Boutique and Sugar Factory. While buying a diamond studded lolly pop may or may not
be at the top of a high roller's shopping list, possibly some $50K designer sun glasses to
complete the poker face look may be in order.
The Forum Shops at Caesars
Some of the best shopping in the world can be done at the Forum Shops at Caesars
Palace where you'll be sure to find the latest in designer fashions including
Gucci, Louis Vuitton and all that glitters and shines. With over 160 shops to choose
from, the Forum stores offer shoppers a luxurious journey into old world Rome, with
replicas of the Fountain of Triton and Trevi on display, spiral staircases and many other
architectural replicas to fuel your impulse shopping.
Crystals at City Center
The City Center project is home to the Aria Hotel, the Vdara and the Mandarin Oriental
Hotel and within it you'll find the Crystals Shopping Center which
includes over 500,000 square feet of retail space. Compared to the Forum shops,
Crystals offers shoppers a more modern appeal but if you're looking to spend some cash,
it's a good place to do it. Did you meet your soul mate the night before and need an
engagement ring? Check out Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston for the best in the sparkly
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian
Venice meets Las Vegas is exactly the theme that shoppers encounter as they roam the
designer shops of this Venice inspired property called the Grand Canal Shoppes
at the Venetian. In case you've never been to Vegas and wondered where you can ride a
gondola, this would be the place. Ride one of these lovely vessels and you can sit
back and safely check out the shops from afar. Want in on the action? Hop off and
stroll through the winding walkways that lead to designer shopping, restaurants, the Tao
Nightclub and even Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
Odds are that if you're going to Vegas, your experience may begin in a casino but
you just don't know where it may end, it could be in a biker bar across town, in a wedding
chapel or possibly even buying a replica of an ancient statue at the Grand Canal Shoppes.
It's all there for you, whatever your shopping tastes may be.
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