Hotel Shops, Las Vegas
There are so many stores inside the mall including restaurants. Just check it out and you will be surprised how nice the mall is.
This mall just opened recently. They have several inexpensive stores to buy souvenir items like the Indian Jewelry store, and the favorite of most Japanese, the ABC Stores.
If you collect masks, then go to the shop at the Cirque du Soleil at Bellagio Hotel. There are many masks there.
What to buy: Masks, mugs, t-shirts, sweatshirts and other souvenir items.
What to pay: Depending on what you buy.
Many of the gift shops around Vegas sell the same kind of stuff - dice bracelets, Elvis t-shirts etc etc. There are a bunch of stalls upstairs in the Tropicana that sell it all too but they seem to be cheaper than elsewhere I found. Yes, its only a couple of dollars but thats still a couple of dollars worth of fun on the slots!
What to buy: I bought a bright orange Las Vegas jail t-shirt for my brother and Las Vegas edition monopoly for myself.
You're a little bit kooky. You love pink. You love flamingos, especially because they are pink. You may even love novelty slippers.
Where in the world could you buy some pink slippers shaped like Flamingos? Why, at the gift shop right near the exit/entrance to the Flamingo Garden of course!
I think they were childrens slippers but I just picked up the biggest size and they seemed to fit my UK size 5 feet perfectly!
What to buy: As well as my AMAZING slippers we got some crunchy rock hard sugar lollipop things. Yum yum!
Paris definitely had some of the best souvenirs! I really enjoyed their shops along the way to Bally's casino. Such cute things!
What to buy: I bought a duffle bag since I bought too much :x
What to pay: Oh, you'll pay, but it's not as bad as Bellagio!
every major hotel and casino on the strip offers some form of shopping. as a rule the more up scale the hotel the more up scale the shopping. most hotels will have a logo store for their casino and entertainment venues. the mgm grand, mirage, and mandalay bay casinos have nice shopping areas.
The shopping esplanade at the Wynn Hotel does not include a Target or Wal-Mart, it does include shops like Cartier, Rolex, Jean-Paul Gauthier and Louis Vuitton.
Take a walk through the shops and find some item you've always wanted or just window shop to see the things that you'll have to wait to purchase. But do take a look.
pssst.. you can always afford a piece of delicious chocolate from Chocalat.
Aladdin's Desert Passage and Caesar's Forum Shops are well worth perusing. You could spend an entire day in each in my opinion.
The Desert Passage has a place where you can get a Henna tattoo. I got one on my hand and it last for about 2-3 weeks. It only took about 15 minutes and the cost was cheap, about $25 for mine.
The Forum has some of the most beautiful statues and decor that puts you right back in Rome. Even if you don't want to do any shopping, I strongly reccomend that you check out the Forum just to see the large statues, fountains and the entrance which has two statues that hold up a spiraling escalator 2-3 stories tall with a large fountain at the bottom. Although you can take pictures, you can't capture the beauty or splendor in the picture unfortunately.
Yuo have to be a millionaire todo shopping at any of the shopping venues at any of the casinos that have them.
They are all very expensive.
What to buy: Go to the outlet malls to make your purchases.
What to pay: at the hotel venues-very very expensive
The Prada shop in the Via Bellagio Shops is a decent-sized store with the sleek frocks and handbags Miuccia is famous for ... but the GREAT PART is that this store has AMAZING SALES. Handbags can go for as much as 50% off - which is very rare at a Prada store. The salespeople are great as well and there's a delicious restaurant called Olives right across from the shop.
I went back this year and was not disappointed. I came away with a beautiful bag and still some money left to put in it.
What to buy: Bags, bags, bags ... and shoes, too.
What to pay: Be ready to drop cash - but not as much as you would expect from couture. Focus on the sales.
With a painted fresco overhead, spacious walkways and a gondola-laden canal, the Venetian provides the perfect ambience for shopping. Using the canal as a guide, patrons sweep along twists and turns, with plenty to browse along the journey. The strolling juggler and the opera trio, dressed in regal opulence, keep all entertained. And the human statue stationed in St. Mark's Square's and the Oculus provides plenty of amusement.
Most of the large hotels have a shopping area. I guess its their way of making sure that those people who don't leave their money behind at the casinos have somewhere to spend it. But seriously, the shops are worth checking out, even if they are overpriced and all you do is window shop. The Venetian Hotel's Grand Canal shopping area is especially pretty, with the canal and gondolas in the center and the Italian architecture.
There are a mixture of high end and not as high end shops here. Burberry and Ann Taylor are represented, but there's also a Sephora and Banana Republic.
What to buy: Nothing really. This is a place to come and take a look. The shops are very pricey and not the place to be buying stuff. Even the more reasonable name stores such as Banana Republic have higher prices. There's another mall on the Strip whose prices are more reasonable. Unless you win big at the casino, stick to window shopping here.
What to pay: Way too much. See above
Another set of shops in the if-you-have-to-ask-you-can't-afford-it category. But most people stroll through this area, either to get to Olives restaurant, or simply to get back onto the Strip without having to walk the length of the Bellagio in the Vegas heat. But if you're a regular at Tiffany, Gucci or Hermes, you may want to pick up a little something while here.
What to buy: Some diamonds at Tiffany, a purse at Gucci and a dress at Chanel.
What to pay: More than you'll ever win at video poker.
All the 'malls' inside the hotels are great, if you like shopping of course.
If you love shopping for clothes especially only pack half a case and buy when you get here. It is almost always cheaper than in England and everything I've bought has been top quality.
Take some time because you can easily spend an entire day in Caesers then another in the Aladdin just shopping.
What to buy: For the ladies (and the men)
Victoria's Secret underwear and make-up.
They seem to be in every mall and do enjoy the free make-overs, yes they're after making a sale but never feel pressured I've changed the way I apply mine after I was shown some tricks in there.
T-Shirts---Trash----but some real cool stuff also. Try going to several shops in the same hotel. MGM for eg has stuff in one shop not found in another.
Leave with your suitcase empty so you have lots of room to bring back everything you simply must have.
What to buy: Glass; Sweatshirts; Dice with your name on it.
What to pay: £ ££ £££