Whether you’re a cash-splasher in search of the latest styles or a window-shopper in need of a break from the downtown bustle, Sin City’s shopping scene offers something for everyone. From upscale malls and high-class hotels to rustic markets and family-friendly arcades, here’s our rundown of the top spots to shop in Las Vegas.
Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
Home to 160 luxury stores and restaurants, the on-site mall at Caesars Palace is a must-visit for any shopaholic. As well as high-end boutiques such as Gucci and Fendi, the hotel also boasts a Martin Lawrence Gallery featuring Andy Warhol originals, plus a giant aquarium and spiral escalators. A second entrance on the Strip is conveniently located by a hop-on-hop-off-bus stop.
Grand Canal Shoppes
Inside the Venetian Hotel and Casino, the Grand Canal Shoppes transports customers to Venice, with indoor canals and gondola rides adding to the romantic atmosphere. Here, you can find upscale retailers such as Burberry, Sephora, and Barneys New York. With so many options, it can be useful to join a tour that includes a style consultation, so you know exactly what you’re after.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip, Tivoli Village provides a sense of old-world calm in very modern Las Vegas. Its Italian-style piazza is home to quaint cafés and curated stores, making it a great place to browse for bargains before settling down for a quiet outdoor dinner. Visit on a Sunday to see the weekly farmers market in action—a real rarity in Sin City.
Fashion Show Mall
Fashion Show Mall is a must-see for fashionistas, thanks to its weekly runway shows that showcase the latest styles, plus contemporary music and dance. With more than 250 stores under one roof, including designer brands, toy shops, and restaurants, you’re sure to find what you’re after here.
Town Square Las Vegas
From midrange to high-end fashion, Town Square Las Vegas’ 120 stores cover the clothing bases, while its cinema, GameWorks, restaurants, kids’ play area, and Las Vegas Raiders store provide plenty to keep the family entertained, too. The outdoor complex can get hot, so take advantage of tours that include transfers to minimize time spent directly in the Nevada sun.