Time Out says
Posted: Tue Mar 25 2014
Sure, it might be trying too hard with the faux-Roman vibe – classical pillars, statues, huge replica of the Trevi Fountain – but with more than 160 boutiques and shops under its trompe l’oeil, always-twilit Italian sky, the Forum Shops rakes in a whopping $1,300 in sales per square foot each year, the nation’s highest per-square-foot revenue. And that’s a lot of square feet – the Forum Shops recently added 175,000 square feet and additional levels that extend the mall to the Strip. It’s far and away the best of the casino malls; you could spend your entire visit here.
In the main mall, mid-range chains (Banana Republic, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, Diesel) punctuate the serious designer line-up: Elie Tahari, Christian Dior, Valentino, Ermenegildo Zegna, John Varvatos, et al. Accessorise your outfit at Cartier, David Yurman, Christian Louboutin, De Beers, Inglot or Tiffany & Co. But the real jewels are the refined shops that front directly on to the Strip. Spiral escalators and marble floors help create a swanky setting for tenants such as fashion powerhouses Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs, Pucci, Thomas Pink and Carolina Herrera. There are attractions at either end of the mall: statues come to life at one extremity, with Atlantis rising
from the waves at the other. When your feet or credit cards are exhausted, head for the Qua Baths & Spa or pop by Numb Bar for a frozen cocktail.
Forum Shops Caesars Palace
3500 Las Vegas Boulevard South