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Shopping in Las Vegas

With its increased attention to upscale travellers, Las Vegas sports a lot of fashionable stores and boutiques. It is the rare local shop that can compete with the retail outlets from all over the world that are clamoring to get into Vegas.

Vegas really does have everything a city could offer, and this does not exclude shopping. World renowned designers have all opened shops here, making it so Vegas can rival any fashion capital in the world. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace offers everything form gourmet food, to world class shopping, and even a moving statue show. The Miracle Mile Shops @ Planet Hollywood has over 150 speciality stores, and 15 restaurants to suit your every desire. The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian will make you feel like you've been swept off to Europe for a shopping spree. The Via Bellagio is a hotbed of famous designer brands like Chanel and Gucci. The Tower Shops at Stratosphere is one of the nicest malls in the city. The Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas, just 30 minutes off the strip bring you savings on such brand names as Coach and Ralph Lauren. Downtown, you'll find the Gamblers General Store, where you can buy anything that has to do with gambling to commemorate your trip.

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The most recent Vegas shopping experience, the Desert Passage uses the mystical and romantic architecture of the Middle East as its theme, and the results are pretty swell. Even the ceiling overhead is painted to replicate sultry days and nights, with occasional thunderstorms hitting. There is a lot to look at beyond the shops, even more than usual, since, they have frequent live entertainers to add to the visuals. And they also pipe in spices and other evocative scents appropriate to those regions. The whole thing allows you to have that Middle Eastern souk-shopping experience without all the pesky touts trying to drag you into their stall for hours of haggling. The stores are the assortment of mid- and high-end name brands one would expect.


Bally's Avenue Shoppes consist of around 20 emporia offering kitschy card-shop knickknacks and the likes. In addition, there are several gift shops, art galleries, and a pool-wear shop. There are blackjack and slot tournaments right in the mall, as well as a race and sports book. You can dispatch the kids to a video arcade here while you shop. A recent addition of a walkway to neighbouring hotel Paris features more stores and restaurants.


The Via Bellagio collection of stores isn't as big as some of the other megahotel shopping arcades, but here it's definitely quality over quantity. Armani, Prada, Chanel, Tiffany, Herm鑚, Fred Leighton, Gucci and Moschino can be found here. A nice touch is a parking lot by the far entrance to Via Bellagio, so you need not navigate the great distance from Bellagio's main parking structure; instead, you can simply pop in and pick up a little something.

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