Where To Shop
It’s no secret that Vegas visitors come prepared to spend. Our gaming tip is to quit while you’re ahead. Simply walk away with your earnings and go drop some cash on new Saint Laurent boots.
Major brands see this opportunity, and thus have turned Vegas into a major retail city. Whether you’re in the mood for window shopping, looking for a last minute outfit, or want to attend one of the many fashion trade shows, Vegas has you covered.
Luxury and High-End
When looking for something a little more high-end, you’ll have a great time at The Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace.
The Shoppes at The Palazzo, or The Cosmopolitan. The ultimate luxury shopping destination in town are The Shops at Crystals, which tout major European designers.
For a little bit of everything else, you’ll find that the Fashion Show Mall houses most well-known names in women’s and men’s apparel, accessories, and even home goods. You can also score serious bargains at the Fashion Outlets and Premium Outlets of Las Vegas.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
One of the most exciting developments as of late is The Shops at Crystals. While The Cosmopolitan shops offer alternative labels and niche shops like Rent The Runway and Skins 6|2 Cosmetics, The Shops at Crystals (literally across the street) focuses on high-end luxury retail. Names like Céline, Fendi, Lanvin, Tom Ford, Van Cleef & Arpels, and dozens more all find a hanger here. The Cosmo makes our list not just because of distance, but because style is also a state of mind. You won’t have a problem getting into it here, even if you’re just window-shopping.
A big shopping destination in Vegas is The Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace. This massive mall houses everything from men’s and women’s apparel, to housewares, children’s, tech, and of course, plenty of food. Not only are the brand names varied, but they also have fantastic hours, as they’re open from 10 am until 11 pm on weekdays, and midnight on weekends. You can’t miss this if shopping is the goal–even for last minute outfits.
From Victoria’s Secret to Bottega Veneta, The Shoppes at The Palazzo house international names in fashion for men and women. Most shops do cater to high-end shoppers, but there are options for those who prefer to ball-out on a budget–such as Victoria’s Secret, Tory Burch, Cole Haan, and Ralph Lauren. For some serious retail therapy, stroll through the Grand Canal Shoppes, which are inspired by Venice, and head over to The Atrium. The sprawling amenities of The Palazzo have something for everyone.
Delano Las Vegas
As part of the iconic golden giant, Mandalay Bay, Delano guests have access to Mandalay’s boutiques and restaurants. This area opts to house smaller brand names and niche shops, like Nike Golf, The Art of Shaving, Tumi, and Lush Cosmetics. The award for oddest shop in the building goes to the Las Vegas Sock Market–which, you can imagine what they carry: a gazillion socks. We love the Delano’s stylish, all-white-everything style, and their boutique feel hidden within the Strip.
Between The Palazzo and The Venetian, there are four distinct areas to get your shopping fix: The Atrium, Grand Canal Shoppes, Resort Shop and the Floral Shop. The Atrium tackles luxury, while The Grand Canal Shoppes take you on an opulent journey into their Venice-inspired streets–where Barney’s NY is the anchor store to countless fashion brands. There is something to please even the pickiest shoppers here.