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.
This outlet has everything you need. Good shopping with discounted prices. You can find here Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Coach, Theory, Lacoste, Kenneth Cole, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Puma, Quicksilver among many other well known brands and labels.
You will find very good prices here, so if you are in Las Vegas and willing to do some good shopping I advise you to come here. There are also many restaurants and food stalls in the Food Court, so you won't go hungry while you shop.
We told the hotel Valet that we wanted to go clothes shopping, and our taxi whisked us to the enormous Fashion Show Mall.
Our first plan was to have breakfast there and then to shop. We expected something like what we'd get here in Ireland - some fast food chains and some cosey homey cafes where we'd get a "proper" breakfast (juice, eggs, bacon, toast etc). We were disappointed. We arrived at 9.30 and were guided to the food court - it's ALL fast food outlets and the majority of them don't open until 10. An odd thing about them was that the staff were snappy and nasty. This is unlike any service I experienced anywhere else in Las Vegas.
The shops don't open until 10, either - so now point in getting there early.
Other than that it was terrific. There were all the big name stores - Maceys, Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus; and many of the famous names - a great Louis Vuitton store for instance. In Maceys I got terrific kids designer clothes at knock down prices - brands such as Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hillfiger, Roca, and DKNY. Most of them were at less than half price. The staff in these shops were more than helpful. Unlike Rodeo Drive, even the staff in Louis Vuitton were down to earth and not a bit snooty.
I really enjoyed some of the shopping stalls and indulged in a nail art set at that stall.
The ABC store had an enormous selection of those delightful little tacky souvenirs that people at home love to get, especially kids and neighbours - pens, notebooks, key fobs, fridge magnets, girly cosmetics such a pretty lip glosses filled with flowers. I boughts lots there and this week they have brought lovely smiles to many teenage faces.
What to buy: You can buy absolutely anything you want in Las Vegas. I really recommend the kids designer clothes, as you won't get those bargains here. There are terrific sales everywhere. At the moment there appeared to be incredible shoe sales. Did I indulge? Yes. So much so, in fact, that I had to buy a second suitcase and got caught for excess luggage on the way home (in spite of the 100lb Delta limit). Oh the shame and the joy of it.
What to pay: A lot less than you would spend in Ireland, especially for the really good stuff.
This shopping mall reminds me of a space ship and it looks a little out of place on the Strip, yet it is the sign of the times that the future there is always change.
It is one of the nation's largest shopping centers and Las Vegas' premier retail destination, Fashion Show. High end stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard's, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Nevada's only Nordstrom, and Bloomingdale's and another 250 shops and restaurants.
Shopping in Las Vegas is absolutely excellent-there are so many places to shop!
As well as visiting most of the Hotels shops on the strip, we also tooks buses to several of the shopping malls in the city. The main shopping malls are: Belz Factory Outlet, Premium Outlets, Meadows Malls, Boulevard Mall and Fashion Show Mall, Yes there are that many. Belz and Premium Outlets are great for discount named brands clothes and sports shops, where as Meadows and Boulevard are less touristy and more traditional american malls great for overall shopping. We also visited The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace which are an experience in themselves! The ceiling is painted like a blue sky with white clouds and although you are indoors , in a surreal way you feel you are out in the open. Truly a strange experience! Some of the shops here are so extravagant you have to have a look inside them just to dream!You HAVE to eat at the Cheesecake Factory if you go shopping there as the food is fab!
Also try the Desert Passage Shops at Aladdin.They have a ceilng painted like a sky too but at regular intervals in one section the sky breaks out into a thunderstorm and it rains..this is inside a building remember! How cool is that?!
This mall is right on the Las Vegas Strip - it is a typical mall, but ......
Despite having the usual sorts of specialty clothing and department stores, I find the clothing in the stores from this mall so very different from the same stores closer to home.
The clothing is trendier, more varied, and just plain more fun! Of course, in some ways it's also more expensive .... but if you look for a sale when you are in town, you can plan to buy an extra suitcase to bring home your new wardrobe :)
What to buy: I was there just after New Year's and there were sales galore ... I brought home SHOES!!! Via Spiga, Weisman, Cole Haan, and more ..... yup, more than I intended to spend while there - but the sales were so good that I got 8 pairs of dressy designer shoes for about $300.00 :) Thank goodness I drove there!
If it's bargains on shoes or housewares you're looking for, Las Vegas Outlet Center is where you'll find them. The outlet mall has 12 stores devoted exclusively to the home
What to buy: Shoes, Clothing, Jacket,Toys, etc.
Food?,Great American Cookie, Steak & Spud, Sbarro's Pizza, Burger King, Chao Praya I, Rocky Mountain Chocolate, Pretzel Zone, Chao Praya II, Rocky's Philly Cheesesteaks, Umbertos, Dreyers and Subs 'n Such.
What to pay: Yes, good price
Nearly 250 stores are found in FASHION SHOW MALL, including seven flagship department stores like Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Dillard's,Noordstrom, Robinson's May and Saks Fifth Avenue. At this shopping center, you can also dine at fine restaurants or in their food court, plus see actual fashion shows.
Open Monday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Sunday 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
We always make a point of going to outlet malls when we go to the States the prices are at least half the price we would pay here in the UK. We were not disappointed.
Over 100 stores here including Tommy Hilfiger, Timberland, Adidad, Calvin Klein, shops selling gifts, household goods also.
What to buy: I bought some lovely leather, walking kind of shoes. My husband bought 3 (yes 3 isnt he greedy) Tommy Hilfiger sweaters.
What to pay: My shoes were $40 and my husbands sweaters were about $30 each great value.
A new mall located along the Las Vegas Strip. Unlike the hotel shops, this one has stores in which the average person can actually buy things, if that's how you want to spend your time while in Vegas. There's a Macys, a Dillards, and a bunch of other brand name stores which are less pricey than Prada or Gucci.
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.
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!
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!
If you don't want to pay Forum prices, try the Fashion Show Mall.
Currently completing a multi-million dollar expansion it features Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's Home,Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Robinsons-May, Dillard's and Saks Fifth Avenue as primary anchor stores.
The Las Vegas Boulevard Expansion, opened October 2003, features new retail, dining and entertainment opportunities and a new, 11,000 sq.ft. food court.
Also featured is "The Cloud," a 500-foot-long, cloud-shaped canopy that provides visual entertainment while suspended 180 feet in the air above Las Vegas Boulevard.
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it is a mall with all kind of shops. we bought some clothes and eat and drink something.
a tip get a bonus card. i think i get it at the costumer service between the two food courts.
i get a 20% discount on my clothes. you get a flyer with the discountcard where you get discount.
What to buy: we bought clothes