Best Shopping Malls in Las Vegas for 2022 [with Photos]


Shopping is one of the biggest attractions in Las Vegas. There are nearly a dozen shopping malls on the Las Vegas Strip alone! But with so many choices, it can be difficult to pick the right one.

So, in this post, I’ll make your life a little easier. Below I’ve listed the top shopping malls on the Las Vegas Strip, along with a list of stores at each location and the general price range.

Your time is in Vegas is valuable, and there’s no way you’re going to get to everything. Use this as a guide to get the most out of your shopping time! Here are the best Las Vegas shopping malls.

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10 Best Shopping Malls on the Las Vegas Strip

1. Fashion Show Mall

Inside of the Fashion Show Mall
  • Location: North end of the Strip
  • Type of Mall: Department Stores & Individual Retailers
  • Number of retailers: 235
  • Price: $$

Overview: The Fashion Show Mall is the premier shopping mall in Las Vegas. It’s also the largest mall, offering the widest selection of stores. This mall is extremely easy to find since it’s the only mall on the Strip not attached to a hotel or casino.

Recommended for: Anyone shopping in Las Vegas should come to Fashion Show first. It has the widest selection of brands at every price point.

Restaurants: There’s a full food court at Fashion Show. Here are a few of your options: Chipotle, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, RA Sushi, Panda Express, The Pizza Press, and Sbarro.

List of Stores: Fashion Show has a variety of individual retail stores from 100’s of brands, and is anchored by several giant departments stores like Nordstrom and Macy’s. You can find a full list of stores on the Fashion Show website, but here are a few highlights:

AppleCoach
Louis VuittonForever 21
ZaraLululemon
NordstromMacy’s
Dillard’sSaks Fifth Avenue
SephoraVictoria’s Secret
GuessUnder Armour

2. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Inside of the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Luxury & Casual Brands
  • Number of retailers: 146
  • Price: $$-$$$

Overview: The Forum Shops is an upscale shopping center connected to Caesars Palace. The beautiful architecture makes this one of my favorite places to shop, but the store selection is slightly more limited than Fashion Show. You can find a good mix of casual stores at the Forum Shops, like Nike and H&M, as well as upscale brands.

Recommended for: Anyone who is looking to shop for mid-level and designer brands. You’ll find several more affordable brands but not as many as Fashion Show. There are also a couple of stores here that are difficult to find anywhere else.

Restaurants: The dining options here include: The Cheesecake Factory, Sushi Roku, True Food Kitchen, and Carmines Italian Restaurant.

List of Stores: All full list of shops is available on the Caesars website. Here are a few of them:

AllSaintsH&M
BalenciagaGucci
Brooks BrothersGuess
CoachJimmy Choo
NikeLacoste
FendiLevi’s
Armani ExchangePolo Ralph Lauren

3. Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian

Inside of the Grand Canal Shops at the Venetian
  • Location: North end of the Las Vegas Blvd
  • Type of mall: Luxury & Casual Brands
  • Number of retailers: 160
  • Price: $$-$$$

Overview: Similar to the Forum Shops, the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian is home to both ultra-luxury and everyday brands. There are more luxury brands than there are casual, but you’ll find both here. The mall itself is gorgeous, you can take a grandala ride down the indoor river.

Recommended for: The Grand Canal Shoppes are an attraction in and of itself, so I recommend everyone see them. However, there just aren’t that many fashion or clothing stores here. A good percentage of the stores at the Grand Canal Shoppes are for food.

Restaurants: There are plenty of good fast-casual and traditional restaurants here including Chipotle, Bonanno’s New York Pizzeria, Canonita and Cut by Wofgang Puck.

List of Stores: The Grand Canal Shoppes have 160 stores, but many of those aren’t traditional retail stores. You can see a full list on the Grand Canal Shoppes website. Here is a sample of what you’ll find:

Alex and AniKate Spade
Banana RepublicLouis Vuitton
BurberryMichael Kors
CoachSephora
Harley Davidson Motor CyclesSkechers
InglotSteve Madden
Jimmy ChooTory Burch

4. Miracle Mile Shops

Outside of the Miracle Mile Shops
  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Casual Brands
  • Number of retailers: 166
  • Price: $$

Overview: The Miracle Mile Shops are located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, inside of Planet Hollywood. For the most part, this mall stays away from the super-luxury brands and instead has more affordable stores. This mall is huge and there’s plenty to do here outside of just shopping.

Recommended for: Any shopper looking to shop casual brands at an affordable price at the Miracle Mile.

Restaurants: The Miracle Mile Shops have a range of dining options including: Buffalo Wild Wings, Nacho Daddy, Blondies Sports Bar & Grill, Chipotle, Subway, and Panda Express.

List of Stores: Here’s a list of notable stores at the Miracle Mile Shops. A full list and map are available on the Miracle Mile Shops website.

H&MLululemon
GuessLucky Brand
Sephora Pandora
Bath & Body WorksTommy Bahama
Shoe PalaceVictoria’ Secret
LoftSteve Madden
AldoOakley

5. The Shops at Crystals

Inside of the Shops at Crystals near Dolce & Gabbana
  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Luxury Brands
  • Number of retailers: 52
  • Price: $$$

Overview: The Shops at Crystals are located directly in front of the Aria in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. This is the go-to mall for top-self luxury brands. There are over 50 designer brands represented here.

Recommended for: Shoppers looking for top-of-the-line luxury brands. It’s also a nice place to window shop if you’re a browser looking for a laid-back experience.

Restaurants: There are only two restaurants here: Starbucks and Mastro’s Ocean Club. However, there are more restaurants at the Aria, which is only a 5-minute walk away.

List of Stores: Here are a few of the stores you’ll find at the Shops at Crystals. A full list is available on their website.

BalenciagaHermes
CartierLouis Vuitton
ChanelPrada
Dolce & GabbanaRichard Mille
FendiSaint Laurent
Giorgio ArmaniVersace
GucciTiffany & Co.

6. Wynn Plaza Shops

Louis Vuitton in Wynn Esplanade
  • Location: North end of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Luxury Brands
  • Number of retailers: 52
  • Price: $$$

Overview: There are actually 3 separate shopping areas at the Wynn: Encore Esplanade, Wynn Esplanade, and, Wynn Plaza Shops. All of them only carry upscale designer brands. The Wynn Plaza Shops are very similar to the Shops at Crystals, they just have a different set of brands. Some stores at the Wynn aren’t available at Crystals, and vice versa.

Recommended for: Anyone shopping for top-of-the-line luxury brands. This is also one of the best places to get a watch in Las Vegas since there a several luxury watch stores inside the Wynn and Encore hotels.

Restaurants: There are a ton of dining options at the Wynn, most of them fine dining. Here are a few of them: Cipriani, Lakeside, SW Steakhouse, Mizumi, and Wing Lei.

List of Stores: You can check out a full list of stores on the Wynn website. Here are a few of the shops you’ll find at the Wynn:

BalmainRolex
Off-WhiteWatches of Switzerland
BalenciagaOmega
PradaChloe
Louis VuittonCeline
DiorSaint Laurent
CartierBottega Veneta

7. Via Bellagio

Via Bellagio shops in between Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton
  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Luxury Brands
  • Number of retailers: 28
  • Price: $$$

Overview: The Via Bellagio is another mall with a collection of luxury boutique stores. The selection is more limited than the Shops at Crystals and the Wynn Plaza Shops, but you’ll find a few unique brands here that you won’t see anywhere else.

Recommended for: Anyone looking to shop luxury brands. You can also check out the Bellagio Fountains while you shop here.

Restaurants: You’ll find plenty of dining options inside the Bellagio Hotel. These are a few of my favorites: PRIME Steakhouse, Spago, and Quick Eats. The Mayfair Supper Club is also a resident here.

List of Stores: This shopping center is a bit smaller, so there aren’t a huge number of stores. You can find a full list on the Bellagio website, but here are most of them:

Alexander McQueenGucci
BvlgariHermes
Bottega VenetaLouis Vuitton
ChanelOptica
CapriPrada
DiorTiffany & Co.
FendiValentino

8. Showcase Mall

Outside of the Showcase Mall
  • Location: South end of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Casual Brands
  • Number of retailers: 28
  • Price: $

Overview: The Showcase Mall is located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip next to the MGM Grand. You’ll easily spot the giant Coca-Cola bottle and guitar out front, so it’s hard to miss. There aren’t a ton of stores here, but this is the best mall on the Strip for shopping affordable brands.

Recommended for: Any looking to shop for affordable everyday brands. You’ll get the most bang for your buck at the Showcase Mall.

Restaurants: There are several places to eat nearby including: Del Taco, Outback Steakhouse, Denny’s, Sushi Way, Hard Rock Cafe, and Sbarro.

List of Stores: There aren’t many stores at the Showcase Mall, but the stores that are here are large department stores including:

Marshalls Aerie
DSW Designer Show WarehouseCocoa Cola Store
Ross Dress for LessM&M’s World
Adidas ABC Stores

9. Grand Bazaar Shops

View of the Grand Bazaar Shops near Bally’s
  • Location: Center of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Boutique Shops
  • Number of retailers: 38
  • Price: $

Overview: There aren’t a ton of stores you’ll recognize at the Grand Bazaar Shops. This is an open-air shopping area filled with boutique shops. The prices are really good and worth a look, but don’t expect to do the bulk of your shopping here.

Recommended for: Anyone looking to check out affordable boutique shops.

Restaurants: There are several great spots to eat at the Grand Bazaar Shops including, Wahlburgers, Dirt Dog, Giordano’s, Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, and Pisa Pizza.

List of Stores: There aren’t too many name brand stores at the Grand Bazaar Shops, but here’s a list of what you’ll find:

Alex and AniHavaianas
Tac 702Xpressions
Black CloverSunset Case
Sunglass HutCYB
TagsSuperdry

10. Shoppes at Mandalay Place

Mandalay Bay Casino in front of the Shoppes at Mandalay Place
  • Location: South end of the Strip
  • Type of mall: Boutique Shops
  • Number of retailers: 21
  • Price: $

Overview: The Shoppes at Mandalay Place are located on the skybridge between Mandalay Bay and the Luxor. This is another mall with mostly boutique stores and souvenir shops. If you find something you like here, you’ll usually be able to get a pretty good deal.

Recommended for: Anyone looking to check out affordable boutique shops.

Restaurants: Although there are only two restaurants at the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, Slice of Vegas, and Hussong’s Cantina, you’ll find dozens of other restaurants in the Mandalay Bay Hotel. You’ll also find several well-known bars and restaurants including Fat Tuesday and Minus5 Ice Lounge.

List of Stores: You can get a full list of stores on the Mandalay Bay website, but here are a few noteworthy shops:

BeastmodeO Bag
Chapel HatsPandora
Karma and LuckRon Jon Surf Shop
Flip Flop ShopsSuite 160
Lush Fresh Handmade CosmeticsLas Vegas Sock Market
Guinness StoreLIK Fine Art

Outlet Malls in Las Vegas – Discount Stores

If you’re looking to shop luxury brands for cheap, check out the post I wrote about the best outlet stores in Las Vegas, NV. Many of these factory outlets have discounts of up to 65% on high-end brands. These are the same brands that charge full retail price on the Strip. There are the best discount shopping malls in Las Vegas. Vegas locals have fallen in love with the sales offered at these Vegas shopping malls.

North Premium Outlets (in Downtown Las Vegas)

The North Premium Outlets is the best mall in Las Vegas for cheap luxury shopping. It’s located in downtown Las Vegas and is home to over 180 top luxury brands, like Armani, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, and Michael Kors. You’ll have a hard time finding a store that you don’t like here.

South Premium Outlets

If you’re looking to do some Las Vegas shopping at a discount, you’ll want to visit the South Premium Outlet Mall. Similar to the northern outlet mall, this location offers nearly 150 popular brands at a steep discount. A few of them include Calvin Klein, Disney, and Levi’s. Under Armour also has a shop at the mall. In combination with the North Outlets, find plenty of things on sale at these two shopping centers in Las Vegas.

Town Square Las Vegas

Town Square Las Vegas is an open-air shopping center found near the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets. The mall isn’t exclusively for outlets like the other two shopping malls, but it does have some excellent discount stores. There are over 100 different brands represented at this mall in Town Square.

Map of the Vegas Shopping Malls on the Strip

To help you find the shopping mall closest to you, check out the interactive map below. All of these malls are located directly on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Keep in mind that the Las Vegas Strip is over 4 miles long, so walking may not be the best option. The Las Vegas Monorail is my preferred way to get around the Strip. You can check out a full map of the Las Vegas Monorail stations here. It will help you get around the city on your next trip to Las Vegas.

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