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The Forum Shops at Caesars, Las Vegas, Nevada

3500 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Submitted by: Angelina N.

The scenery was nice with all the goddesses and the "twirling escalator! I was surprised at how big the mall was! I remembered going here as a kid but only remembered the sky and clouds in the mall! Overall the mall is nice to look at but the stuff in there...

Submitted by: Carly C.

I would that the glory of this mall would impress Caesar himself. Each time I visited The Forum Shops while living in Las Vegas I always managed to discover something new. While walking down the cobblestone, one can actually forget that they are in what can easily be considered the most tacky and ridiculous places on earth (not that that's a bad thing). My Top 3 Favorite Things: 3. The beautiful faux sky ceilings: This feature really is the icing on the ancient Roman cake. It is not only what helps transport your imagination to time of Caesar, but is also simply a breath taking sight that could beatify any space. I wish I could paint all the ceilings of my home just so. 2. The half-moon fish tank: Ok, the Po...

Submitted by: Coy W.

The forum shops are pretty damn amazing.  How many malls can claim that they have cobblestone ground and fountains placed throughout the mall?  The architecture of the shops are beautiful, not something that you would ever expect in a mall. The forum shops have a lot of mid range and high end stores with emphasis on high end stores.  It doesn't have every popular store but it does have a lot of really great stores.  There are a handful of restaurants and food shops located within the forums shops as well. Guys, if you're shopping with your gals there are a lot of places you can sit which some malls lack. This is the best one stop shop for clothing in Vegas but it can definitely be pricey depending what you w...

Submitted by: Gregg M.

Stupid me forgot to pack a pair of shorts.  With daytime temps in the 90s, I wanted to my all-too-pale legs to get some sun after a long winter.  So, it was off to the Forum Shops to find a pair of shorts and to window shop, dreaming about one day breaking the bank at casino and being able to afford that Italian-made suit, shoes, and expensive wristwatch! I believe the Forum Shops used to have the distinction of being the highest grossing retail space per square foot in the world.  Of course, that distinction was before the recession.  Still, it's easy to believe that it was true once you lay eyes on quantity and the quality of all of the high-end stores contained within!  Gucci, Armani, Zegna, Dolce and Gab...

Submitted by: Jade W.

I like coming here despite it's on the Strip and very touristy. I tend to meet visiting family and friends here because I don't dislike this spot. There's a good variety of shops that I actually shop at. It also helps that some are unique to the Forums (MA...

Submitted by: Jackie N.

Really good vegas shopping and dining place with lots if variety. From the skanky to the rich. I'll admit, getting around here is pretty tricky.  I usually come in from the main mall then up the cool spiral escalator (I'm also throwing coins at those lions hehe), exit the 2nd floor, and make my rounds to go to the shops.   The decorations and the architect is amazing.  All the fountains are grand and gorgeous.  The Fountain of the Gods is technically a show and it plays every hour on the hour.  Kinda freaky though with the statue moving.... I'm depressed that they took out FAO Schwartz! WTF?! Oh and before you buy gelato here, make sure you check the prices. My family ended up paying around $65 for 2 bowls! ...

Submitted by: Lydia L.

THIS IS A REVIEW FOR THE TOMMY BAHAMA SHOP. I DO NOT KNOW WHY IT HAS BEEN EDITED. When my husband is not scaring people with his head to toe black Harley gear he is draped in Tommy Bahama. So when we got to Las Vegas and went to do some shopping, it was he who chose the first one-Tommy Bahama at the Forum Shops. I would have chosen Louis V... ;) First off any shop that is accessed by a spiraling escalator is way cool in my book. So we took it up to the third floor. Then, as if by magic, we stepped through the doors and were carried away from The Strip to a delicious slice of island life. TB has separate men's and women's stores so there was nothing in there for me and I don't do TB, but to see my husband lik...

Submitted by: April P.

Great shopping, with various restaurants for any palette.  Easy access from hotel and cas...

Submitted by: Suzette P.

Had alot of fun and spent way too much money shopping here. It was nice looking at all the high end merchandise. I ended up walking out with a Tiffany necklace for me and for my daughter, some Gucci ...

Submitted by: Sheena M.

I come to Vegas for the complete package- drinks, gambling, food and shopping. Every time I come I always want to hit the Forum Shops. Even though I have glanced through a few times, on this particular trip I was ready to shop! After 2 hours getting confused and lost- literally, I have come to the conclusion that the forum shops are so overrated! Since I'm not just strolling through my hometown mall, I like to see the high-end designer boutiques like Gucci, Chanel or Valentino. I also like to see a nice mix of middle and lower end brands. These forum shops fail to have a mix of stores. They have a Gap, American Apparel and H&M, but I see those stores everyday- give me something new! Besides Agent Provocateur...

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