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A fun feature of The LINQ Hotel & Casino, The LINQ Promenade is a must-experience shopping and entertainment center. It is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and houses not only myriad shops and restaurants but also attractions like the Brooklyn Bowl and the High Roller, a towering 500-foot (152-meter) observation wheel that is often touted as the tallest in the world. Visitors to the bustling site adore boutiques like Bella Scarpa and Ruby Blue, foodie stops like Haute Doggery and Amorino Gelato, and nightlife venues like O'Sheas. One thing is for sure: whatever brings you to The LINQ Promenade, you're bound to leave wearing a smile.
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.
170 unique retail shops and 15 first-class restaurants are located in this delightful, 475,000-square-foot (44,129-square-meter) shopping center housed in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The shopping center has a sleek, modern look with more retailers than you can handle. Just a sample of the shops include H&M, Sephora, and Urban Outfitters. DB's Pong and Pool and Lobster ME have also found homes in this trendy shopping center.
The massive Shops at Crystals is one of Las Vegas’ premier shopping destinations. Spread over 500,000 square feet (46,452 square meters), shops in residence feature some of the most famous names in the fashion industry, including Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli and Stella McCartney. Dining options include restaurants by world-class chefs Wolfgang Puck and Todd English.
Stroll along the streets of Venice while in Las Vegas. The Grand Canal Shoppes will delight your senses with exquisite design and the serenade of the gondoliers. Among the stores here, you'll find such luxurious brands as Coach, Diane von Furstenberg, Swarovski, Fendi, and Jimmy Choo. You'll even find a few shops that only exist here and in the real Venice.
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.
Planning for a great day out with family or simply want to have a casual lunch with friends? Town Square Las Vegas is your best bet. With Spanish-style decor, lush grass, and palm trees, this mall is an oasis in the desert. Splurge on popular brands like Armani Exchange, Ann Taylor, Express, and Cache. Dine on some appetizing fare at Bonefish Grill, Yard House, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, and a host of other eateries. Kids simply love the Children's Park and the events held here.
This outdoor shopping center offers great discounts on popular brands. If the heat isn't too much for you, head to this outlet and browse for new styles. You can choose from retailers such as Diesel, Burberry, Puma, Lacoste, J. Crew, Kate Spade, Juicy Couture, and many more. If you work up an appetite doing some serious shopping, you can hit one of the restaurants in this designer wonderland, including Japan Cafe Grill, The Fudgery, and China Pantry.
The Downtown Container Park is a gigantic shopping complex created using abandoned shipping containers, hence the name. These shipping containers are an address to eclectic shops selling local merchandise, souvenirs and more, and their creative layout simply leaves you in awe. There are also many restaurants that call these quaint containers home. Apart from shopping, what makes this place unique are the various exhibits of massive sculptures that line the park, one such attraction is the giant, fire-emitting Mantis which was again created using recycled materials. The Downtown Container Park also has a wonderful tree house and the park's open ground is used as a venue for live musical performances. This is without a doubt a must-visit when in the city.