Forum Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
I love the Forum. I much prefer it to the Fashion Show mall, despite the heaavy pedestrian traffic. I like the fact that the crowds make it more comfortable to go into a store you might feel self-conscious browsing in otherwise. If you feel like you couldn't afford a Vuitton purse strap let alone a purse, it can be uncomfortablr being the only person in a Vuitton store. In the Forum you never shop alone!
Vegas is all about dreams. It's fun to paw through the $3000 Roberto Cavalli dresses and pick out which one you'll buy if you hit the jackpot :)
And the Stage Door Deli is an excellent place to rest your feet and get a delicious meal
The caeser`s Palace shopping arcade is one of the most luxurious places I have been to.
the shopping arcade screams of ancient Rome.There's even a faux blue sky overhead that changes as the day progresses.Also the statues change and move at some time of the day!
What to buy: If you can afford it buy everything ;-)
I am just going to mention the entire shopping center inside Caesar's Palace altogether, because there are a lot of shops, around 205!!! The Forum Shops (as they are called) is definitely the best shops in all of Vegas. I am not actually talking about buying something from these shops, but just browsing and taking in the scenery. The entire ceiling is covered with painted clouds and a blue sky, with lots of lights. Both the "Fall of Atlantis" & the "Festival Fountain" shows are inside the chain of shops. See my "Things to do in Vegas" page regarding all the details about these shows. Here is a list of some "top" stores at the Forum Shops:
~ Cheesecake Factory
~ Planet Hollywood
~ Victoria's Secret
~ The Disney Store
~ Ann Taylor
~ Gianni Versace
~ A/X Armani Exchange
~ The Polo Store / Ralph Lauren
~ Bath & Body Works
~ Emporio Armani
~ Estee Lauder
~ Banana Republic
There is a great layout of the Forum Shops at the following web site:
The hours the Forum Shops are open are as follows:
Sun. - Thurs. (10am - 11pm)
Fri. - Sat. (10am - 12am)
What to buy: Food and candy will probably be the cheapest items to buy. Or if you just happen to have several thousand dollars in your pocket, you just might want to buy a new Rolexes Watch.
To have a shopping experience inside, that has the feel of being outside.The ceiling is a canvas of the daylight, with clouds and light, to have the feel of outside.As the day turns inot night, so does the ceiling to match nighttime.The variety of shops offered are extensive.Good deals can be found.
I loved Caesars palace for shopping! There were all sorts of shops and resturants - i would definately recommend a visit here!
Hundreds of stores for you to browse, from clothing to electronics. There are also many nice restaurants.
What to pay: Mostly retail stores, so things are not cheap.
So you have been to Disney shop before,,well this one is very unique,Mickey Mouse is Roman didn`t you know???:P:P
All major hotels have a huge shopping centers. The best one was in Caesars Palace.
What to buy: everything!
What to pay: Cash, Credit card
The Forum Shops is a mall with many top line stores you won't find in your neighborhood mall. It is open Sunday through Thursday until 11pm and Friday and Saturdays until midnight.
There are a variety of shops at different price levels and the mall is very clean and air conditioned!