Malls / Outlets, Las Vegas
The Fashion Show Mall is a large mall located next to the Mirage on the Strip. You have the large departement stores such as Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Dillard's. In addition most of the popular chain stores in the US such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Aldo, Aveda, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, bebe, Claire's, EB Games, Express, Forever 21, Gap, Guess. Hollister, Hot Topic, J.Crew... and many more! You need a lot of time if you want to get through them all.
There are restaurants and cafes as well, such as California Pizza Kitchen and Cinnabon. The store hours are 10 am - 9 pm on weekdays, and 11 am - 7 Pm on sundays.
With 1.2 million square feet of retail space and more than 170 shops, restaurants and carts, The Boulevard mall lives up to its claim of being "Nevada's Largest Mall." The mall has so many stores that it easily could be cluttered, but it's quite the opposite. The design is modern and functional, with block lettering in a simple, clean style. The walkways are adorned with palms, and it really does feel like you are walking down a boulevard -- but not one in Vegas! The Boulevard mall is where you go when you want to do some serious shopping.
Parking Suggestion: In the back next to Dillard's.
What to buy: Refer to http://www.boulevardmall.com/html/ for a complete list of shops.
If you could imagine dying and going to shopping heaven, then this is a place for you.
At 2 million square feet, this mall is the goddess of all malls, as it has 6 department stores, and features over 200 stores. I would recommend this mall over the Forum Shops for the average shopper, as you can actually buy some stuff from most of these stores.
This place is a day trip in itself, and is a one-stop shopping destination.
What to buy: This mall has everthing your heart desires
The Fashion Outlet on the border between California and Nevada has unbelievable stores with even better savings. If you love couture items, but don't like the steep price tages, go to NEIMAN MARCUS LAST CALL, the outlet for the high-scale department store. This place has it all: men's, women's and children's fashions, handbags, amazing shoe selection and even home decor items. They also carry TUMI luggage for all the avid VT travelers.
What to buy: For women, I would highly recommend the shoes. They carry designers such as Prada, Gucci, Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, Cole Haan and more at up to 75% off. NEIMAN MARCUS LAST CALL also carries lesser known Italian designers whose shoes are unique and incredibly well-crafted. For men, the ties and suits are beautiful and the store also carries a great selection of travel luggage and briefcases.
What to pay: You will spend a hefty sum of cash, but you will leave with BAGS and BAGS of new items.
If you were just heading to Las Vegas to do some shopping at the outlet malls Las Vegas outlet Mall (South) and the Las Vegas Premium Outlets (North) I would try and stay down the South end of the strip NYNY,Excalibur,MGM,Tropicana.. The reason for this is that to get to the South outlets you have to get on the Express bus which is out the front of the Excalubur..
The best way to get to the Premium Outlets(North) was the new WAX Route(Started 12 Dec 2010, Not sure if they were trialing this route or it was permanant) where it avoided the strip and went straight up highway 215 to the premium outlets exit.. A 10min ride.. No stops in between
If you get on the Express going North up the strip it can take up to 25-40min from MGM as you go via Downtown etc
check rtc bus company las vegas for most recent info
Fashion Show Mall is beside Treasure Island and across from Wynn/Encore. You'll see it from afar and say "what is that?!? A UFO!!" It's known in many of the travel books for having fashion shows while shopping there. I wasn't there long but I sure didn't see anything like that. However, it has many of the stores I'm used to seeing in Houston...your typical shops in most malls. Therefore, I looked around for a second and headed somewhere else. But, it's nice to know where to go if you lost your luggage or something and don't want to pay gift shop prices.
(So not like Vegas to close in such a normal time)
What to buy: Normal mall purchases
What to pay: Cheaper than the gift shops!
We discovered that Las Vegas has a China Town. It is graced by a lovely crafted traditional Chinese Arch. The centerpiece is of the plaza is graced by a beautiful gold statue of the Journey to the West of Xuan Zang and the Monkey God is from the classical Tong Dynasty-era Chinese literature.
This boulevard is lined with all sorts of businesses. Many are restaurants, markets, and but there are many wonderful shops to choose from. So if your looking for something from the orient, you don't have to go far.
You need to cab to the outlet malls from your hotel on the strip. We went to Las Vegas Premiere Outlet Mall. High end shops (Dolce Gabbana, Armani) with a lot of regular shops (eg. Banana Republic). Everything from jewellry, clothing, shoes, children, luggage, gifts, and there's a food court. It's an outside mall, everything is accessible from the walkways outside (no cars). You will get brand names for cheap here. I couldn't find a size medium for my sons to save my life so ended up having to go to the Fashion Show Mall. But I did find an Oakley jacket regular $100 on for $50! My son loves it. I also bought myself a pair of Nine Wests for $40 (CRAZY good). Gio cologne was cheap.
Fashion Show Mall is high end stores, and department stores like Macey's, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom. There's a runway in one part of the mall and there's fashion shows at certain times. I went to a store called Ruehl, and bought some expensive Greenwich Village shirts for my sons. The Fashion Show Mall is right next to Treasure Island hotel, and across from Wynn Hotel.
What to buy: Clothes, shoes, cologne, anything and everything. Luggage! Bose radios.
What to pay: Depends of course on what you're purchasing and where you are. You can save at the outlet malls and spend through the nose at the Forum Shops at Caesar's where the rich and famous shop.
130 OUTLET STORES Including Adidas, Ashworth Golf, Calvin Klein, Coach, Gymboree, Hurley, Liz Claiborne, Nautica, Nike, Reebok, Tommy Hilfiger, VF Outlet, Zales Outlet and more
What to buy: We bought a suit tie shirt and shoes for me for our wedding, scents, and picked up an additional piece of Las Vegas branded luggage cheap
What to pay: Everything was very cheap by UK/ Western European standards at UK£1 = US$2 in Spring 2008. One year on the rate of exchange is about 1.50, still likely to be cheaper for many many items than British High Street prices
Neiman Marcus is located at the Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas. The store have a variety of products that will satisfy your craving.
Categories: Cosmetics, Diamonds, Housewares, Jewelry, Lingerie, Men's Fashions, Men's Shoes, Perfume & Cologne, Watches, Women's Fashions, Women's Shoes
Open: MON-FRI 10:00 am-9:00 pm
SAT 10:00 am-5:00 pm
SUN 12:00 pm-6:00 pm
Macy's is roomy and inviting, and even when there's an overflow of shoppers, it's easy to make your way through.
We purchased a couple of clothes from one of the two Macy's Stores in the Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas. It is a good place to shop for clothings for the adults and teens in your family. Macy's is specialized in clothings for men, women, and teenagers.
Do not miss Macy's. It is the place to shop!
This is a beautiful and modern shopping mall in the Las Vegas Strip. There are seven flagship department stores including Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard's, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Nordstrom, and Bloomingdale. This is a very popular place to people watch as well as shop and eat. There are outdoor kiosks, restaurants, a coffee shop, specialty stores, and plenty of outdoor seating take in the oversized beauty of Las Vegas.
The mall really gets crowded during the weekends and holidays. During the off-season and week days getting around the Fashion Show Mall can be quick and manageable. The mall services and amenities include an ATM, car wash, coat and package check, business services, postage service, stroller and wheelchair rental, valet parking, taxi service, gift cards, and local attraction ticket sales and information. Parking is not a problem as there is plenty of underground and garage parking so you can shop all day.
There is so much to do at the Fashion Show Mall. I bet you will be spending your whole day exploring, discovering, and buying stuff. Open Mon-Sat 10am-9pm; Sun 11am-7pm
Most of the stores/stalls here sells leading designer brand names. You will also find popular sportswear which are on sale. I bought at least 6 pairs of shoes for myself and my family. I also purchased assorted items from Eddie Bauer (it was closing out sale).
Some of the amenities to make your shopping comfortable are;
Internet Access at Food Court
Monday - Saturday 10am-9pm
Come to Premium Outlets, it is an excellent place to shop!
What to buy: Purchase the following items for children and adults;
Shoes, Bags, Denims, Perfumes, Electronics, Luggages, Sunglass, Jewelries, Housewares, and a lot more from any of the following stores;
Adidas, Anne Fontaine, Bally, Banana Republic, 2b bebe, Benetton, Billabong, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Diesel, DKNY Jeans, Dolce & Gabbana, Ed Hardy, Guess, Izod, Jockey, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Levi's/Dockers, Nautica, Puma, Van Heusen, Aldo, Converse, Crocs, Hush Puppies, Liz Claiborne, Reebok, Skechers, Timberland, The Children's Place, Disney Store, Gymboree, OshKosh B'Gosh, The Luggage factory, Samsonite Company Store, Coach, Fossil, Swarovski, Zales Outlet, Sunglass Hut, Crabtree & Evelyn, Godiva Chocolatier.
What to pay: From US$100-US$2000 depending on how many items you are buying.
Savings of 25% to 65% everyday!
This mall combines 170 stores and 15 restaurants. These shops definitely stand out on the Las Vegas Strip. We ventured in here and could see some of the old passage stores and some of the news one were dressed up. It kind of confused me at first though. Yet, as you walk around, you can feel your way around.
Formerly called the Desert Passage, the mall's Middle Eastern theme now features a more snazzy, futuristic design. From an outdoor 6,000-square-foot LED sign with continuous streaming images to an outdoor sound system, the Miracle Mile Shops definitely spark up the south end of the Strip.
If you want to take a break from walking, hop on one of the machine-operated people movers, which directly lead up to the mall entrance. This entrance features a multi-sensory laser show, which plays hourly Monday through Thursday from 11:45 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.. From Friday - Sunday, the show plays every half hour from 11:15 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.
Hours of operation: Sunday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. Friday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – midnight. From noon - 9 p.m. daily, customer service hosts ride around the shops and answer questions that guests may have.
Hours of restaurants, clubs and some stores may vary.
Location: Located at the Planet Hollywood, where the Strip meets Harmon Avenue (between Flamingo and Tropicana).
Valet parking: Yes, available through the parking garage.
Restaurants and food inside the mall: Aromi D' Italia, Asia, Blondies Sports Bar & Grill, Cheeseburger at the Oasis, La Salsa Cantina, Lombardi's Romagna Mia, Merchant's Harbor Coffee House, Ocean One Bar & Grille, Oyster Bay Seafood & Wine Bar, Pampas Brazilian Grille, Todai Seafood & Sushi Buffet, Auntie Anne's Pretzels and Créamo, Godiva Chocolatier, Nestlé TollHouse Café, Ben & Jerry's, Teuscher Chocolates of Switzerland,The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Tacone. ~ Hotel Web Site.
Entertainment troupes perform hourly from 1:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Thursday - Monday.
Don't lose all of your money at the casino; bring some of it to the fashion show mall, because this is a world-class mall.
First, the selection: lots of top-notch designer stores and the best of American department stores including Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom
Secondly, the location: right at the strip across from the Wynn
Finally: lots of different places to eat :)