Top 10 Best Las Vegas Shopping Malls and Centers

Top 10 Best Las Vegas Shopping Malls and Centers

Las Vegas, a city that has become a shoppers paradise. With shopping malls and centers filled with a wide array of stores. Big spenders as well as bargain shoppers have plenty of options to choose from especially at the larger malls while the strip typically leans towards housing upscale shopping.

10. Downtown Container Park

Downtown Container Park is a compact shopping area that is made out of re-purposed shipping containers and other locally made building elements. Located downtown – just as the name suggests – the open air complex is home to restaurants, shops, bars, a kids play area, and The Dome, a 360-degree visual entertainment experience. This modern are does not contain major name brand companies, they do however provide you with unique and local retailers loved by locals. A few shops and restaurants include: Red Label Clothing LV, Kappa Toys, Athena’s Jewelry Box, Black Spade Tattoo & Permanent Makeup, Gamblers General Store, Bin 702, Big Ern’s BBQ, Oak & Ivy – an American whiskey bar – and Downtown Terrace.

9. Las Vegas North Premium Outlets

Downtown has a reputation of providing shoppers with more affordable prices. Las Vegas North Premium Outlets feature 175 stores ranging from upper to mid range stores such as: Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, True Religion, Under Armour, UGG Australia, A|X Armani Exchange, Ann Taylor, Burberry, Disney Outlet, DKNY and Reebok to name a few. You can typically expect to save anywhere from 25 to 65 percent off normal prices making the Vegas North Premium Outlets a perfect place to go shopping.

8. The District at Green Valley Ranch

Intended to be part of a mini village complete with office space and residential living The District has been placed right next door to the Green Valley Ranch Resort. This pedestrian friendly, open air area is primarily favored by locals but it is a must for visitors. Located a short distance away in Henderson a few shops here include: Ann Taylor Loft, West Elm, Pottery Barn, Bath and Body Works, Williams-Sonoma and Anthropologie. Restaurants include: Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ, P.F. Chang’s, Shake Shack, The Cheesecake Factory, Lyfe Kitchen and Ben & Jerry’s.

7. Downtown Summerlin

Downtown Summerlin located west of the strip near Red Rock Casino Resort is one of Las Vegas’s newest shopping centers. It is an open air, pet friendly mall complete with a luxury theater offers something for everyone. Shops at Downtown Summerlin include: Victoria’s Secret, Forever 21, Sephora, Hot Topic, Apple, Trader Joe’s, H&M, Old Navy, Nordstrom Rack, Crate and Barrel and many more. Restaurants include: Dave & Buster’s, Five Guys, California Pizza Kitchen, Shake Shack, Makers & Finders Coffee, Andiron, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, MTO Cafe and more.

6. The Shops at Crystals

If luxury shopping is what your are after then look no further. The Shops at Crystals on the Strip provides many of the world’s most exclusive retailers. A few of the retailers include: the second largest Louis Vuitton in the U.S., Gucci, Versace, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana for men and women, Kiton, Paus Smith, Tiffany & Co., Porsche Design, Hubolt, Dior, and DKG. Dining includes: Cucina by Wolfgang Puck, Mastro’s Ocean Club, The Pub, and of course Starbucks.

5. Miracle Mile Shops

Located at the heart of the Strip Miracle Mile Shops is much more that shopping and dining. With over 200 stores, restaurants, and venues for live performances and entertainment you may find that you arrive early and do not leave until after dark. Inside they offer two free shows daily as well as a fountain show and a rainstorm that even has thunder and fog. Shops here are, but not limited to: Club Tattoo, GUESS, True Religion, Lush, H&M, House of Hoops by Foot Locker, Bikini Bay, Las Vegas Fight Shop, Oakley, and Victoria’s Secret. A handful of the almost endless dining options includes: Cabo Wabo Cantina, Hot N Juicy Crawfish, Chipotle, Buffalo Wild Wings, Nacho Daddy, Sin City Brewing Co., Tipsy Robot, and PBR American Bar & Grill best knows for its bull riding.

4. Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo

Featuring a quarter mile long Grand Canal, sky like ceiling, and cobblestone walkways the Grand Canal Shoppes is a must include on your travel itinerary. Grand Canal Shoppes is famous for its Grand Canal featuring romantic gondola rides complete with singing gondoliers. Taking up 85,000 square feet, the only Barneys in Nevada is located inside the visually stunning structure. Additional stores include: White House Black Market, Tory Burch, Burberry, Fendi, Montblanc, and Michael Kors along with about 155 other options. Restaurants include: CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Delmonico Steakhouse, Sushi Samba, Paris Baguette, Chicken Now, Chipotle, Johnny Rockets, Tacos N’ Ritas and many more.

3. Town Square Las Vegas

Town Square rapidly became a favorite in Las Vegas due to the featured shops, restaurants and attractions. Town Square is another large open air shopping center with over 115 store fronts. As you stroll through the complex you notice that the stores have a wide variety of architectural styles offering a cozy village feel. Stores here include: Abercrombie & Fitch, Apple, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, Apple, Tommy Bahama, H&M, Guitar Center, and Banana Republic. Restaurants include: California Pizza Kitchen, Blue Martini, Capriotti’s, Yard House, Bonefish Grill, Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge, Panda Express, and BRIO Tuscan Grille.

2. Fashion Show

Fashion Show is the only shopping center on the Strip that is not attached to a hotel casino. Featuring more that 250 boutiques and seven signature department stores you are likely to find a fashion style to accommodate any personality you can find in Vegas. Offering stores such as: Disney Store, Topshop, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Louis Vuitton, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Dillard’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ann Taylor, Apple, Hot Topic, and Forever 21. Fashion Show also offers an immense selection of food: The Capital Grille, Stripburger, Panda Express, The Pizza Press, SUBWAY, Chipotle, California Pizza Kitchen, Maggiano’s, Sugar Factory, Benihana, and much more.

1. The Forum Shops at Caesars

Feel like a model while you shop, there are so many people here taking pictures of the ancient Roman architecture. The ever popular Atlantis Aquarium also calls this place home featuring more than 300 tropical fish and an animatronic Atlantis show which has statues that come alive. The Forum Shops at Caesars offers more than 160 retailers, a few are: Versace, Apple, Luluemon, Coach, Gucci, Lush, Louis Vuitton, and Christian Louboutin. Yes, they do also have a very wide offering of affordable shops to choose from. Dining options here include: The Cheesecake Factory, Trevi Italian Restaurant, The Palm, Sushi Roku, and Planet Hollywood Restaurant.

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