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The Shoppes at the Palazzo located within The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, are a dream come true for every shopper. In tune with the Palazzo Hotel's decor, the Shoppes are snazzy with a lot of class. With over 60 retail outlets in apparel, specialty foods, jewelery, shoes and accessories, the Shoppes are bound to impress and awe. Besides the Hotel's guests, the Shoppes cater to the elite tourists visiting the city of Las Vegas, with brands like Barneys New York and Burberry leading the pack. Besides retail, the Shoppes also meet the dining and entertainment needs of the shoppers, with the several gourmet restaurants and lounges located within it.
While the anchor stores at Fashion Show include Dillard's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus, there are more than 140 specialty shops and galleries. If you are hungry there are several dining establishments, including Johnny Rockets, RA sushi, and Maggiano's Little Italy. Whether you are just interested in window shopping or you are planning to shop the day away, everyone will enjoy this upscale shopping center.
When you aren't quite sure where to get something in particular, odds are you can find it at Macy's. Where else can you buy men's cologne, women's skirts and shoes for the kids? Located in the famous Las Vegas Strip, Macy's has long been a go-to place for both men and women looking to update their appearances. Sales occur frequently, so be on the lookout for some great deals!
Inside one of the six buildings of Caesars Palace Hotel Casino, you will find the luxurious Forum Shops. Here, you can buy products from designers like Gucci, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, and more. You can shop in an atmosphere reminiscent of the ancient Roman Senate with large statues, majestic fountains, and grand pillars. This enormous mall spans multiple floors and is dotted with various restaurants to please all palates, including Wolfgang Puck's renowned Spago.
Located at Caesars Palace Hotel Casino, Appian Way Shops is a huge shopping arcade housing some of the best brands and specialty shops. The Art in Crystal, Ciro and Cartier are some of the interesting stores you can browse through. You can find a host of jewelry shops as well as men's and women's clothing stores. Be sure to visit the Galerie Michelangelo to look at beautiful pieces of fine art and indulge your sweet tooth at Godiva Chocolatier.
Inspired by open-air markets the world over, the Grand Bazaar combines shopping and entertainment into a cohesive whole. The bazaar is located on a prime spot on the Las Vegas Strip, just across from Bally's. The 120 shops include everything from one-of-a-kind boutiques to some of the best high street labels like TOMS, Swatch, Supedry, etc. Guests can explore the pedestrian area and check out spectacles like the Betty Paige Hologram, sound and light show, and the Swarovski Crystal Starburst every midnight. From hand-pulled Turkish ice cream to ramen and cookies from the Honolulu Cookie Company, there are a variety of specialty eats you won't find elsewhere. From entertainment to retail and cuisine, this shopping center has you covered for a great day out on the strip, and offers a welcome break from the casinos.
Bally's Las Vegas ensures that a shopping experience at the Avenue Shoppes is all-inclusive. From designer labels to fancy accessories, confectionery to flowers, you'll love every piece you've bought here. Find your favorite flowers in-house Flowers Flowers, or a cute gift from Country Place. Bikers' delight, Harley Davidson displays the signature bikers' gear and accessories. Le Grand and Uniquely Crystal are venues for glittering collectibles and jewelry. If you don't want to buy anything you may just window shop and take a bite at the confectionery shop, We-R-Nuts.
The blue skies and wispy clouds of downtown Paris seem to follow you throughout this shopping promenade. Full of French stores, mimes, les gendarmes at your service, it is small compared to other hotel shopping areas, but it is chic. Bakeries, French restaurants and galleries dot the corridors offering 31,000 square feet (2879 square meters) of shopping and dining. You will find many of Parisian-type bars and restaurants, as well as Le Village Buffet. Take a leisurely walk outside and gaze at the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. It is located at the Paris Hotel.