Billing itself as “The Entertainment Capital of the World” and an internationally famous major resort for gambling, fine dining and marriages, Las Vegas is also very popular for its many shopping malls and outlet stores. After your visit to any of Las Vegas’ popular casinos and glitzy resorts, going to its many shopping malls can be a relaxing alternative. Located in and around the city, this is one place that you can spend your money without experiencing that losing feeling unlike when you gamble. Additionally, you might even find some bargains from the many outlet stores that you will find here.
Naturally, to begin your Las Vegas shopping experience, it would be best to locate the nearest outlet stores. Just situated at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard (the Strip) minutes from the casinos, you can shop at the Las Vegas Outlet Center. This outlet complex houses over 130 discount retailer brand stores and the common favorites among this huge selection are Tommy Hilfiger, Perry Ellis, Nike and Mikasa to name a few.
Likewise, if you’re feeling hungry or if you wish to sit somewhere, relax, surf the net and drink coffee, the mall has a food court and two internet cafes that you can find. Another outlet complex that you can find nearby is the Las Vegas Premium Outlets. This outlet mall features over 150 designer brand outlet stores and stores such as Kenneth Cole Outlet Store, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein and A/X Armani Exchange can be found here.
For easier transportation, the Las Vegas Trolley connects the mall with the hotels on the Strip. Going further, about 30 minutes from the Strip, you will find the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas, an outlet mall with over 75 different stores. Some of the favorites to find are Banana Republic Factory Store, Coach, GAP Outlet and Neiman Marcus Last Call. For easier access, the outlet mall provides shuttle service five times on a daily basis.
The many outlet stores and shopping malls all over Las Vegas is sure to bring more smiles to each and every visitor apart from the casinos and resorts although you’re sure to go back home broke. By the way, there are shopping tours like Gray Line Tours and Shop America Tours that offer shopping packages around the city.