The Strip’s biggest mall is anchored by a half dozen department stores and more than 200 shops spread out over three levels. It’s mostly blah-blah chains, so don’t go out of your way to come here. But if you’re determined, you can still hunt down a precious few star-worthy boutiques.
Models hit the catwalk runway on some Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Another unique feature is a shimmering multimedia canopy hovering over the Strip-side entrance, nicknamed “The Cloud.” We like to think of it as the Strip‘s very own flying saucer.
Hungry? Pick up chopsticks at Ra Sushi, or dish up a coal oven-fired pizza at Grimaldi’s, or fork into a steak at the
Need free Wi-Fi? Try the Apple Store or Starbucks. The mall also has bank ATMs, which charge lower fees than the ATMs inside casinos.
Tip: If you’re visiting from outside the U.S., take proof of your foreign citizenship to the customer service counter at Macy’s department store to get 10 percent off purchases there.