The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

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Las Vegas
United States
36° 7' 8.616" N, 115° 10' 33.8916" W
General info: 

The highest-grossing shopping mall in the USA is located in Las Vegas. It is named the Forum Shops at Caesars, but people commonly refer to it as the Forum. It features dozens of high-end boutiques and restaurants with exquisite service, but also with high prices. Even being one of the most expensive places in Las Vegas, the Forum is also one of the most visited venues.

As everything in the Caesars Palace, the mall too, will make you feel as a royal. Apart from the magnificent baroque-styled design, the mall is proud to be the home of the most prestigious boutiques, such as Cartier, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Versace. Whatever you pick out of many gourmet restaurants and bars in the Forum, there is a big probability that it is prepared by some of the world-class cooks working in here.

Getting there: 

The address of the Forum is 3500 Las Vegas Boulevard S Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. The mall is a part of the Caesars Palace complex on the Las Vegas Strip.


Over 270 retailers sell their merchandise at the Forum at mid-range to high prices.

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