The Las Vegas Strip has some of the best shopping malls in the world.
These shopping centers feature boutiques, designer shops, as well as top dining and entertainment options that will thrill any Las Vegas visitor.
Keep reading as we uncover the best shopping malls on the Vegas Strip.
Where to Shop on the Vegas Strip – Best Shopping Malls
Forum Shoppes at Caesars Palace
More than 160 specialty shops and restaurants are found in the Heart of the Las Vegas Strip at the Forum Shoppes at Caesars Palace.
In addition to the luxury dining and boutiques, the Forum Shoppes offers top entertainment at The Atlantis Show where visitors can watch giant statues come to life every hour, on the hour, for free Thursday through Monday between Noon and 8 pm.
Right next door, visitors can view thousands of tropical fish in the 50,000-gallon saltwater Atlantis Aquarium.
If you are stopping to eat with the family, check our Carmine’s Italian Restaurant or The Cheesecake Factory. If you’re looking for fine dining, The Palm Las Vegas is always a top go-to with Sushi Roku, RPM Italian, and Water Grill being other great choices.
What to do nearby: Visit Caesars palace and eat at one of the best buffets in Vegas Bacchanal. We also highly recommend one of the best Vegas Shows Absinthe, near the entrance of Caesars Palace.
Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian/Palazzo
The only place where you can window shop by gondola in Las Vegas is at the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Resort. The Shoppes are home to more than 160 signature stores, over a dozen world-class dining venues,
There is so much more to do at Grand Canal Shoppes than shop at the world’s most luxurious brands. Visitors can kick back and relax at a Spiegelworld Atomic Saloon Show, hit the mic at KAMU Ultra Karaoke, or try to escape the PanIQ Room.
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When you’re craving the flavors of the world, the Grand Canal Shoppes hits the mark with celebrity chef restaurants highlighting the best global cuisine including Buddy V’s Ristorante and CUT by Wolfgang Puck.
Fashion Show Mall
If you want to shop until you drop, Fashion Show Mall is the place to be. There are more than 250 retailers and nearly three dozen restaurants. The total area of Fashion Show Mall is two million square feet and is the largest shopping, dining, and entertainment venue in Las Vegas.
When it comes to entertainment, Fashion Show Mall has made a name for itself with weekend fashion shows in the mall’s atrium. The venue is also home to some of the best alfresco dining options on the strip with exclusive views, terrace dining, and a large food court with affordable cuisine with flavors for everyone.
If you want to enjoy fine dining at Fashion Show Mall, check out Galpao Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse, The Capital Grille, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Luke’s Lobster, Benihana, or RA Sushi. After dinner, indulge in the finest imported cigars at Davidoff of Geneva.
Miracle Mile Shops
At almost half a million square feet, Miracle Mile Shops inside Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino is one of the largest Las Vegas shopping malls and is home to more than 170 stores, 15 restaurants, and numerous live entertainment options.
Miracle Mile Shops is known for the diverse entertainment options available to visitors including:
- Marc Savard Comedy Hypnosis
- Nathan Burton Comedy Magic
- Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre
- The Ultimate Variety Show
When all you need is a quick bite to eat between shops or shows, Miracle Mile has plenty of quick-serve options such as Auntie Anne’s, Chipotle, Earl of Sandwich (one of the cheap dinner options in Las Vegas), Panda Express, and Lobster ME World’s Best Lobster Rolls.
You can also sit down and enjoy prime, gourmet dining at Ocean ONE, or check out one of the cantinas such as Cabo Wabo if you have time to sit down and enjoy dinner.
Shops at Crystals
The Shops at Crystals is known for being the premier venue for luxury shopping. You won’t find chain stores or knock-off shops at Shops at Crystal. The shopping mall is the only all-luxury shopping destination in the United States with more than 50 designers represented right in the heart of the strip.
Shops at Crystals is the perfect spot for people who want to shop and dine in style and luxury. Mastro’s Ocean Club offers top-of-the-line food and is known for its steak and seafood. Toca Madera is a brand new restaurant that reimagines Mexican cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients.
Shoppes at Mandalay Bay
The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay offer something for everyone with unique boutiques, eclectic bars and restaurants, and entertainment you won’t find anywhere else on the strip.
Make sure to stop by 1923 Prohibition Bar for a trip back in time when jazz music and burlesque were at the height of popularity. For a more casual experience, check out Burger Bar where you can dress up your burger with gourmet toppings.
Ra Ra Irish Pub is another favorite where visitors can experience a true Irish pub atmosphere. Visit the Guinness Store where you’ll find the largest selection of Guinness merch outside of Ireland.
Nearby the MGM Grand, Showcase Mall is a complex that provides options for shopping, dining, and live entertainment on multiple levels. Showcase Mall is great for quick shopping while you are browsing the Strip with less than two dozen stores inside.
Notable shops include Adidas, Coca-Cola Store, M & M Store, and Target.
The Showcase Mall features a food court with quick bites, Olive Garden for affordable family dining, and a Hard Rock Cafe that features live entertainment and a fantastic gift shop. If you’re looking for a fun and unique attraction, check out FlyOver on the ground floor of the Mall parking garage where you’ll experience flight simulation on a whole new level.
When you’re looking for luxury retail therapy, the Bellagio Shops are a great choice. There are designer shops and Bellagio Signature Shops from Alexander McQueen, Bvlgari, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany, and more. Each Boutique has its own hours of operation inside the hotel.
Bellagio has a lot of entertainment options including the O theater, Bellagio Fountains, and the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Bellagio is also known for its gourmet dining at PRIME Steakhouse, LAGO by Julian Serrano, Spago by Wolfgang Puck, Picasso, and Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Lounge.
The LINQ Promenade has quickly become one of the top entertainment, shopping, and dining districts in Las Vegas. Some of the most iconic stores include I Love Sugar candy store, Harley Davidson, Nectar Bath Treats, and more.
The Promenade also has an exciting nightlife where the fun never stops with bars such as Catalyst Las Vegas, Purple Zebra Las Vegas Daiqueries, American Beer & Cocktails, and 3535 Las Vegas Cocktail Bar. When you are looking for fun for the entire family, Brooklyn Bowl is an exciting place to have an epic night of bowling, drinks, rock music, and bar food.
There are a lot of other attractions that make spending a whole day on the Promenade super easy including The High Roller Observation Wheel, Fly LINQ Zipline, IceBar, and a stellar light show.
The Shops at Wynn and Encore offer brands from around the world. Luxury fabrics, fine jewelry, and stylish brands are showcased at Esplanade. Alexander McQueen, Balmain, Bottega Veneta, Celine, Chrome Hearts, KenZo, Hermes, Stefano Ricci, Saint Laurent, and more.
Wynn offers plenty of options for fine or casual dining with 10 gourmet and celebrity chef restaurants, 11 casual options, and 7 bars and lounges. Wynn’s Lake of Dreams is a popular attraction (one of the top free things to do on the Strip) that is open to the public and there are dozens of acts that perform at Encore Theatre.
If you want to party all day and night, check out Encore Beach Club during the day and EBC at Night after the sun goes down.