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Las Vegas Shopping Guide

Crystals at CityCenter is just one of the highlights of our new Interactive Las Vegas Shopping Guide (photo courtesy of The Las Vegas News Bureau).

Here at Vegas Hotel Hunt, we are excited to announce the launch of our latest tool, our interactive Las Vegas shopping guide. Whether you’re in search of a cheap last minute souvenir before your flight home, a full day of retail therapy, or a designer handbag to splurge on after a big win at the blackjack table, we have you covered.

Our new shopping guide covers 25 of the most popular retail destinations that are primarily centered around The Strip. For anyone looking for the ultimate shopping experience, we have all of the details for the massive shopping complexes like Fashion Show Mall, or The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. We’ve also covered a lot of the smaller resort shopping destinations to give hotel guests the lowdown on what can be found steps away from their hotel rooms.

Quickly find the biggest shopping malls with our interactive map.

We said it is an interactive shopping guide, and we mean it. Off the main shopping page, a map of Las Vegas plots each destination, giving you a quick idea of where to find what you’re after. Each marker on the map is sized according to the number of shops at that particular location, so you know immediately if a certain group of stores is worth your time. For example, a massive shopping center, like the Miracle Mile Shops (number 4 on the map), is worth planning a few hours around, while a smaller group of shops, like the Palm Way Boutiques (number 5), is probably best for people that are already in the area.

You can explore the destinations by clicking around on the map, and reading quick overviews of each shopping area. The overviews include a short description, the hotel it is part of (if any), and a number of features to give you an idea of what can be found. Quickly, the features are:

  • Designer Shops – This feature is reserved for shopping centers that have world-class designer brands with entire storefronts. We’re talking Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Manolo Blahnik and the like. Crystals at CityCenter is a perfect example, which pretty much doesn’t have anything other than designer shops inside.
  • Mainstream Brands – The mainstream brands feature represents places that have popular brands with typically mid-ranged prices. Places like Banana Republic, GAP, and Abercrombie & Fitch are all examples of mainstream brands.
  • Bargain Shopping – If you need something on the cheap, look for locations with the bargain shopping icon. These places will have plenty of stores with items to be had for under $10. All of the Outlet stores are considered bargain shopping, too, which are a great place to find popular brands at a good price.
  • Souvenir / Gift Shop – If you need that last minute t-shirt, mug, or magnet before you jump on the plane and head home, look for destinations with this feature. With the exception of the exclusive designer malls, most locations have some sort of souvenir store available.
Once you find a shopping destination that piques your interest, click on the “Learn More” button to find tips, hours, a full review, and in most cases, a store directory. This should give you a great idea of the types of stores, restaurants and any attractions that await eager spenders.
This list will undoubtedly help you find whatever garment, accessory or knick knack that you’re after. That said, we’ll be adding even more shopping destinations to the list in the near future, so make sure to check back again! Without further ado:

Check Out The Shopping Guide

Finally, if you have any ideas or suggestions to help make our interactive shopping guide even better, make sure to leave a comment or drop us an email.

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