SHOPPING IN LAS VEGAS
por Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA)
Whatever you want, Las Vegas has it. From the most exuberant designs to occasional offers, Las Vegas has become ideal for shopping. You’ll find everything from colorful stores to souvenirs the elegant couture boutiques, both in the center and in adjacent areas of Strip.
But you won’t be alone in this shopping endeavor. More than half of the 39 million visitors who come to Las Vegas each year spend a good deal of time shopping, according to a study that outlined the profile of the shopper, carried out annually by the Las Vegas Visitor Profile Study.
The most requested
The most popular places for Brazilians are undoubtedly the famous outlets. There are two different outlets in Las Vegas and, of course, they are completely far apart. Both belong to the Premium Outlets chain, which is already well known in many parts of the country.
These outlets offer discounts ranging from 25% to 70% every day on an impressive and enticing list of stores: Tommy Hilfiger, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Elie Tahari, Fossil, Diesel, GAP, Guess, DKNY, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Nike, Adidas, Polo Ralph Lauren, St. John, Theory, A|X Armani Exchange and much more, totaling more than 120 different brands and designers.
But which of the two outlests is better?
Well, although they belong to the same network, there are many differences between them. In a nutshell, we can say that Outlet North is better than Outlet South because it has more stores, more brands, more product options in each store and a much larger structure. This North outlet is a long way from the Strip (a taxi, for example, will never cost less than $40) and is open-air, i.e. it’s like a village of stores, where you can walk between the streets that connect the stores. See the image below.
Las Vegas Premium Outlets
Outlet South is smaller, but that doesn’t mean it’s too small. It’s closer to the Strip (a taxi, for example, can cost between $15 and $20) and has a closed structure, just like shopping malls in Brazil. The advantage of this outlet is for when the weather is too hot or too cold, as the whole environment is air-conditioned and more suited to the changeable climate.
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3663 Las Vegas Blvd South – Las Vegas, NV 89109
Another popular option is the shopping mall Town Square Las Vegas, a dining and entertainment destination located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Boulevard, just in front of the famous sign “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas”. With more than 150 retail stores and 12 restaurants, the Town Square Las Vegas is an open-air center containing 22 buildings, displaying a mix of Old World and contemporary architectural styles, plus promenades and walkways with lavishly designed gardens. The 139,400 m2of indoor and outdoor spaces, is a shopping paradise, offering stores such as Apple,Rave Motion Pictures, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, Juicy Couture, Lucky Brand Jeans, bebe, Robb & Stucky and much more.
Shopping on the Strip
In any casino resort you can discover spectacular shopping opportunities.
The most popular malls on the Strip are the The Fórum Shops no Caesars Palace, The Shoppers no Palazzo and the Fashion Show Mall, opposite the Wynn.
The Fórum Shops no Caesars Palace was opened in 1992 with more than 46,800 m2 of retail space. In 2004, a 139 million extension was inaugurated, adding 16,200 m2 and, for the first time in Las Vegas, boutiques such as Harry Wiston, Ted Baker, Thomas Pink, Nanette Lepore and Vosges Haut Chocolates have gained ground. The expansion has increased the total number of boutiques and stores to approximately 160, plus 13 restaurants and specialty food stores. The setting inspired by Ancient Rome offers customers a unique background in which to relax, as well as valet parking that provides easy access to the stores. Other well-known brands are Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton, Bvlgary, Escada, Gucci, Guess, Swatch, Christian Dior, NikeTown, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino and Salvatore Ferragamo, DKNY,Fendi, Polo/Ralph Lauren, Versace, AppleandHugo Boss, as well as the restaurants Wolfgang Pucks Spago, Joe’s Stone Crab, Il Mulino, Sushi Roku and Boa Steakhouse.
The Forum Shops, no Caesars Palace Cassino
Known as a shopping hub, the The Shoppers at The Palazzo offers more than 60 luxury boutiques. Just like the famous Barneys New York, another 20 luxury stores and brands are installed in the The Palazzo. They are stores like Chloe, Tory Burch, Christian Louboutin, Diane Von Furstenberg, Van Cleef & Arpels, Catherine Malandrino, Anya Hindmarch, and Michael Kors. In addition to these, Vegas has the presence of names such as Ralph Lauren, Jimmy Choo, Piaget, Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Fendi, Bottega Veneta and Montblancto form one of the largest luxury retail destinations in the United States.
Hall of the Palazzo, which contains more than 60 luxury stores.
Paved with ashlar, the corridors of the The Grand Canal Shoppers – com 46.400 m2 of retail space, in the The VenetianIt contains an authentic reproduction of Venice’s Grand Canal (including the gondolas) and a replica of Piazza San Marco, which is the centerpiece of the shopping center area. Completing the more than 70 stores, restaurants and attractions is the Burberry Jimmy Choo, Davidoff, In Celebration of Golf e Mikimoto, as well as the restaurants The Delmonico Steakhouse, Lutèce and Pinot Brasserie.
The Venetian Gondolas, one of the casino’s signature attractions
Paris Las Vegas contains elegant French stores located within the Le Boulevard District. The buildings inside are covered with facades that represent real Parisian districts. Picturesque cobblestone streets and narrow, winding lanes lead customers on a European shopping festival. the Le Boulevard includes a wide range of authentic French boutiques, such as the Lê Cave, where you can try top French wines and private labels; Lês Elefants, a French supplier of toys and games; Lunettes, eyewear designers; Lê Paradis, fine jewelry and crystal; and La Boutique de Yokohama de Paris.Lê Cave, where you can try top French wines and private labels; Lês Elefants, a French supplier of toys and games; Lunettes, eyewear designers; Lê Paradis, fine jewelry and crystal; and La Boutique de Yokohama de Paris.
Le Boulevard District – Hotel Paris Las Vegas
The 9,290 m2 Mandalay Place connects Mandalay Bay and Luxor via a walkway. As 41 lojas incluem Urban Outfitters, 55 Degrees Wine + Design, The Art of Shaving, GF Ferre and the first golf store in Nike.
Mandalay Place, no Mandalay Bay
The Bellagio is recognized as one of the most opulent and advanced resorts in the world. The Via Bellagio lives up to the hotel-casino’s reputation, offering top quality fashion and jewelry, such as Gucci, Hermes, Giorgio Armani, Prada, Chanel, Tiffany & Co. and Fred Leighton.
Synonymous with luxury and beauty, Crystals is a shopping center located in the complex City Center. The famous stores include H. Stern, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Hermés, Tiffany & Co., Lanvin, Ermenegildo Zegna, Christian Dior, Versace, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, Tom Ford, Harry Winston and others.
Still on the Strip and away from the casino, the pleasant shopping center Fashion Show Mall has more than 200 stores, as well as restaurants and galleries, boasting approximately185.806 m2. This mall offers an incredible range of anchor stores, such asNeiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales Home, Macys, Dillards e Nordstrom. In keeping with its reputation, the Fashion Show includes an elevated catwalk for events such as fashion shows and special promotions. In conclusion, at your entrance is “The Cloud”, a 38-meter-high multimedia platform that overshadows the Stripfront in the center, with its 6.696 m2 outdoors.
|Fashion Show Mall, a pleasant shopping center on the main street of Las Vegas|
The Miracle Mile, no Planet Hollywood, has around 170 stores, including H&M, Guess e Urban Outfiters, American Outfiters e BCBG.
The Wynn Esplanade contains Oscar de la Renta’s first fashion boutique and Jean Paul Gaultier’s first design store in the country. Among the big brand stores in the Wynn Esplanade are Manolo Blahnik, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior. Also among these top brands is showroom of Penske-Wynn, which houses the dealershipa Ferrari-Maserati.
In short, there’s no shortage of places to shop in Las Vegas! Enjoy!!!
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