Shopping in Las Vegas
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The Shoppes at the Palazzo
3327 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

New Town Square
6605 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

The Fashion Show
3200 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Miracle Mile Shops
3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Neveda, USA

Wynn Espalande
131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

The Forum Shops
3500 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, Neveada, USA


A to Z Directory of Gay Shops in Las Vegas

Name Description More
The Shoppes at the Palazzo Offering over 60 luxury boutiques, shop 'till you drop! More
New Town Suquare For the brand conscious with a slightly tighter budget More
The Fashion Show The largest shopping venue on the strip More
Miracle Mile Shops What better way to get some exercise, while shopping!n More
Wynn Espalande Home to some of the most luxurious brands in the world! More
The Forum Shops Las Vegas' premier retail, dining and entertainment destination. More

Gay Las Vegas Shopping Guide

Gay Las Vegas Shopping - A Hotbed Of Fashion Las Vegas Palazzo

Pack up your suitcase and bag a bargain Vegas style, indulge in little (or a lot) of retail therapy and hit the shops in Las Vegas

Get lost – deliberately - in over 40 million square feet of retail heaven. Las Vegas is the best place on the planet to pamper that shopping urge, with everything from souvenir shops to haute couture boutiques.

Whether you take on the strip or stray further afield there is something for every budget from classy haute couture to high street brand names. You can even snap up Calvin Klein Pyjamas or a Ralph Lauren polo shirt with up to 65% off the usual price.

New Town Square Las VegasSavvy shoppers with their fingers on the retail pulse won’t be leaving Las Vegas until they have visited The Shoppes at The Palazzo, offering over 60 luxury boutiques. Luxury brands making their debut in The Palazzo include Chloe, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jimmy Choo, and Montblanc, along with Barneys New York.

For the brand conscious with a slightly tighter budget head straight to the new Town Square Las Vegas. It is home to brands such as Abercrombie and Fitch, famous for semi-naked models and stylish clothes all year round, the glamorous Juicy Couture, American Eagle and more. Get fresh and sexy with toiletries from Bath and Bodyworks.

Hit The Strip

Fashion Show Las VegasFirst time visitors to the Las Vegas strip will be quick to learn that there is more than meets the eye to just about everything. Almost every casino or hotel is home to a shopping mall. So don’t be shy, just stroll on in.

For the largest shopping venue on the strip, head to The Fashion Show – all two million square feet of it. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace presents a shopping experience dripping with grandeur from statues to fountains, majestic stairwells and high ceilings. It is one experience you won’t want to miss, but just try not to let the locals see you drool!

Other popular shopping locations on the strip include the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, home to the first H&M in Las Vegas, and Wynn Esplanade, where you’ll find the only Manolo Blahnik store outside of New York City and Vertu, where you might be tempted to buy a luxury, hand-crafted mobile phone. Via Bellagio and Mandalay Place at Mandalay Bay also offer a variety of unique stores, including LUSH PUPPY, a chic boutique for dog lovers with beds, toys, doggie spa products and even doggie fortune cookies.

Further Afield

Miracle Mile at Las VegasEscape the bustle of the strip to learn the shopping secrets of the locals. For a more laid back approach to shopping The District at Green Valley Ranch offers streets lined with trees, cobblestone sidewalks and park benches. Bag a bargain at the Las Vegas Premium Outlet Center, where you can save up to 65% on stylish brands including Calvin Klein, Dolce and Gabbana, Lacoste, Banana Republic and Polo Ralph Lauren.

The Commercial Center (953 E Sahara), an open air shopping mall built in 1960, has over 150 unique shops & restaurants. It has plenty of parking, and several gay bathhouses, shops, bars and the community center are located here too.

Get Booked (4640 Paradise Rd) has books, videos, gifts, & magazines -- all in both hard-core & soft-core varieties, plus T-shirts and undies.Leather Addictions (700 East Naples) has leather / fetish wear, and toys.

The District Shopping Centre Las Vegas

Shop the Rack (Commercial Center, 953 East Sahara) for many kinds of gay merchandise. One whole room is devoted to underwear and thongs with a range of styles, one with a built-in cockring! Leather, rubber and gothic gear, toys, jewelry, adult novelties, pumping accouterments, and even kilts adorn these shelves.

Prefer getting pampered indoors? No problem - Las Vegas is home to the more than 45 unique and relaxing luxury spas, making it easy to find your favorite retreat. Canyon Ranch SpaClub at the Palazzo offers gracious, tranquil gathering places and a European-style thermal treatment suite. Or refresh yourself at the Paris Spa by Mandara with its Eucalyptus steam room, dry sauna and full-service salon. For some style, try the sleek and modern BATHHOUSE at THEhotel, or the stunning Spa at Encore.

Couples can unwind with a variety of spas and treatments. The Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Palazzo is a 134,000 square-foot oasis and has a range of shared partner therapies to ensure ultimate relaxation. The Grand Spa at MGM Grand and Spa Bellagio at Bellagio also offer intimate settings and unparalleled services for those looking to enjoy some quiet time together.