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“Go in there to see the spiral escalator”

Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
Ranked #28 of 382 things to do in Las Vegas
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: The Forum Shops at Caesars boasts a unique atmosphere that simulates ancient Roman streets and has no visual rival in the world. More than 160 stores create a retail attraction similar to the Via Condotti, Rodeo Drive or Madison Avenue. Where else can you shop at high-fashion stores among dazzling surroundings, including fountains, statues and facades? The Forum Shops offers fabulous shopping in a visually stunning atmosphere! The Forum Shops Phase III Expansion opened on October 22, 2004. Phase III is a lavish three-level fashion and dining marvel -- luxurious in every detail, breathtaking from every angle, spectacular beyond all expectation. From its sweeping plaza, complete with replicas of the Trevi and Triton Fountains, to its glorious massive reflecting pool to its dazzling skylight -- here is a wonder among wonders. Take it all in with a delightful ride on the majestic spiral escalator.
Useful Information: Baby buggy parking, Food available for purchase, Stairs / lift, Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 2 April 2018

My family and I had a layover in Las Vegas on our way back home. One of the stops we made in town was Caesars Palace. You should head in there to see the spiral escalator - it was cool.

Thank Kevin B
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in Vegas offer a wide array of your favourite brands. You will find everything that you've ever thought of shopping for in the mall at Caesars. Under the canopy of the skies of Caesars you will marvel at the wonderful shops and dining options that are available.

1  Thank LoveLakeoftheWoods
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

Did not shop much but I really enjoyed looking at the statues, fountains, painted ceilings, etc. - it's a great way to kill time and get some exercise walking around. If you go be sure to stop in at the National Geographic gallery - awe inspiring photography! I loved the large scale formats: beautiful examples of nature and landscape photography!!

Thank slourash
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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

This is at the top of my “must do” list every time. Mostly to window-shop/dream, with the occasional purchase.

When you walk in from the Strip, it’s like no other mall. Spiraling escalators take you to three levels. But to get to the big part, you gotta go all the way to the top, then take another more conventional escalator down to the main shop level. There are elevators for those who can’t do escalators. Sounds confusing—go all the way up then back down another, but that’s the way it is, just enjoy the views.

The walk to Cheesecake Factory—waaay at the back— for the mandatory slice of Cheesecake affords a lot to see. We never go straight there and straight out!

There are a ton of restaurants, a few art galleries, jewelry, collectible shoppes, and boutiques. The shoppes bear haute couture names you recognize from Voque, or the red carpet show, etc: Giorgio Armani, Versace, Saint Laurent, Montcler, etc.
Want to try on some red-sole “Loubou’s” or some Jimmy Choo’s? Here’s your chance.

Most all of the haute couture stores are vacant, the sales staff just idle, looking bored, with no clientele in-store (don’t worry, they DO sell enough to keep the doors open, just not usually to walk-ins.)

But there’s a fairly new one that was like an ant bed coated with sugar: TheRealReal! Yes, bargain-loving ladies, your dream website is now brick-and-mortar! And it’s crawlin’ with shoppers! I got to hold not one, not two, but three Birkins at the same time! Would’ve been more if I could’ve gotten to them! Sadly, after explaining to my husband that the pricetag Is indeed $995.00 USD for that Scarf (“but it’s Hermès!) and yes, that red sole DOES go with those crystal-encrusted shoes,) we walked out without purchasing. Goodbye gorgeous embroidered and studded leather Gucci moto jacket that cost more my entire Vegas trips this year. (I could only wear you in my closet anyway)...

Husbands who are playing poker for hours while your lady shops, better be winnin’ because your lady just found a bargain!!!

We enjoy the art gallery in the back near Cheesecake. Erte’, Marc Chagall, Liudmilla Kondakova, and Robert Deyber, to list just a few. The Deyber works are our favorites to try to figure out the name of each piece (“Bad Hare Day”, etc.). A nice quiet distraction from the crazy chaos, if you like this sort of thing. They have a little room where they’ll hang a piece for you to view it in different lighting (hint: don’t go in there—you’ll buy it...”it will be shipped to your home to arrive before you’re back”...)

There’s ample opportunity to walk off that Cheesecake, or wander into Caesars casino to spend some time... Sit down, have some complimentary refreshing adult beverages at the VP machine while you get over your buyers remorse...

There are some “normal” mall stores, like Bath&Body Works, a good stop for bubble bath to soak in that big soaking tub back in your room.

And they have a great Sephora store, probably my favorite of all four on the Strip because the people that work there are adults, not toddlers who look like you’re from Mars because you don’t want glitter-encrusted eye makeup, and who think “anti-aging” means never growing up. I usually can’t leave this place without some “souvenirs.”


And along the way, there are fountains with plenty of photo oops. The fountain show in the back draws a crowd, and a beautiful aquarium creating the base. Hint: During that one is a good time to get in line to get a table; when it’s over, everyone else gets in line.

While this mall isn’t for everyone, It’s worth the stop. Check it out if you haven’t already.


1  Thank KatKnapTrvl
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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

The Forum Shops at Caesars are great indoor mall with some high-end stores and plenty of food and beverages. I suggest going to Fat Tuesdays grabbing a frozen beverage and walking the shops you cannot bring your drinks into every store but there's plenty of places to set them outside and nobody will mess with them.

Thank Travelin25
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