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10 Places to Find the Best Shopping in Las Vegas (On and Off The Strip!)

If you’re looking for some one-stop shopping in Las Vegas, you’ll love these 10 locations! From shops with high end designers to antique dealers, you’ll find everything and more!

On The Strip

Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood

First of all, Miracle Mile does exactly what it says on the tin.  With over a mile of shops, eateries, and more, this mall has it all. You’ll find everything from affordable to high end luxury items and shops, including True Religion, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Alex & Ani, and more!  Additionally, with over 100 shops and kiosks to choose from, the options are endless!  Therefore, its easily accessible location in Planet Hollywood makes Miracle ile a joy to visit.  Full of tourists and locals alike, this shopping mall is a shoppers wonderland.

Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian

Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian is a slice of luxury Venice in the desert.  You’ll find high end department stores such as Barney’s, as well as boutiques like Bauman’s Rare Books, Coach, Pearl Factory, and more. Grand Canal undoubtedly has the most beautiful surroundings, with faux-cobblestone, Italian architecture and, of course, the canal that runs through the entire shopping center.  Listen to the beautiful singing of the gondoliers while you shops, and pause for frequent photo ops.  There’s also an abundance of restaurants and eateries, and even the people watching is bar none.

Fashion Show Mall

Also popular among tourists and locals, Fashion Show has everything you could want in a shopping center. Shoes, jewelry, electronics, clothes, gifts, food, and more.  With its huge layout and fabulous food court, there’s no shortage of things to do, eat, and buy.  Consequently, make sure you also check out the mall’s events! From actual fashion shows to Disney store play days for kids to extended happy hours at quality restaurants.

Grand Bazaar Shops

If you’re looking for something a little less traditional, check out the Grand Bazaar Shops on Las Vegas Boulevard! This open-air shopping center has a range of eateries and boutique shops you’ll love.  From specialty foods like Marash Ice Cream to LUSH cosmetics to TAC Boutique clothing store, Grand Bazaar has it all. What it lacks in size it more than makes up for in fun, funky quality! Yet it also features a range of great restaurants and eateries, and with its location on the Las Vegas Strip, you’re near and dear to everything!

The Forum Shops at Caesars

Possibly the most famous shopping center in Las Vegas, the Forum Shops at Caesars do not disappoint. Due to the mostly high end luxury stores and boutiques, the Shops have everything you could wish for and more.  Not only can you shop for the newest styles and trends, you can shop IN style.  Caesars beautiful architecture and surroundings have dozens of selfie-worthy locations, including The Fall of Atlantis, a giant aquarium, and even by one of the many ornate columns along the faux-cobblestone alleys.  Shopping at Caesars isn’t just an outing, it’s an experience you won’t forget!


Off The Strip

Galleria at Sunset – Henderson

If you’re looking to get away from the tourists, but still want tons of options, The Galleria Mall at Sunset in Henderson is a great choice.  They have everything from high end jewelry to shoes to optical to clothing stores for the whole family. However, it’s also a great place to grab a quick bite to eat – especially if you’ve got diverse or picky eaters in your group.  With so many cafeteria style options, as well as restaurants and to-go stands, everyone will find something.  Here you’ll find department stores such as JC Penny, Dillards, and Macy’s, as well as Forever 21, Hot Topic, Express, New York and Company, American Eagle, and more.

North Premium Outlet Mall

Feeling splurgy? Skip The Strip and come to the North Premium Outlet Mall, where you’ll find high end fashions galore. All Saints, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Kate Spade, Michael Kors and more are all featured at this outlet center.  And yet, if you want to stay on the cheaper end of things, there are also classical “mall” staples such as Hot Topic, Claire’s, Skechers, GAP, Levi, and others.  With such a diverse range of shops, you’re guaranteed to find something you love at your price level. After you’ve exhausted yourself with a long day of shopping, refuel at The Cheesecake Factory!

Container Park – Downtown Las Vegas

If traditional mall style shopping isn’t your thing, check out Container Park in Downtown Las Vegas! Here you’ll find a variety of boutiques from art to toys to fashion.  Get an outfit at Red Label, have a manicure at Cure Nail Boutique, and pick up a necklace at Jewelry by Athena!  You can even get married here in true Vegas fashion at the Lucky Little Chapel! And don’t forget all the delicious food and amazing drinks.  Whether you’re in the mood for a cocktail at The Perch. BBQ at Big Ern’s, or just want to stuff your face with Jin Ju Chocolates, Container Park has got you covered.

Downtown Summerlin

An open air, streets long shopping center, Downtown Summerlin is a shopper’s dream. From department stores to small boutiques to some of the finest restaurants in the Vegas area, Downtown Summerlin has it all. Banana Republic, Dillards, Express, Boot Barn, The Loft, True Religion and more are all here, along with dozens of restaurants. Try Bonanno’s New York Pizzeria, or Andiron Steak and Sea -house. Also be sure to check out their fantastic events! Most noteworthy, Summer of Beer, Yoga on the Lawn, and Summer Stage Concert Series are just a few of the events you’ll find!

Aston Montelago Village – Lake Las Vegas

Finally, Aston MonteLago is a little piece of Italy right here in Las Vegas. With cobblestone streets and beautiful buildings inspired by the Italian coast, this village out at Lake Las Vegas is not to be missed. This tranquil area also features everything from toy shops to jewelry, chocolate to antiques. Additionally. check out Cathay Las Vegas and pick up handmade items for your house and other beautiful collectibles, including Mardi Gras masks.  While you’re there, head over to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for some sweet fuel, and hang around til the sun goes down to check out the Irish pub Auld Dubliner.  It’s a mix of cultures and aesthetics, and the Village even features a gondola ride! During the summer, check out their free jazz series, and in winder, try outdoor ice skating!


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