Las Vegas’ First Stop for Fashion : The Shoppes at The Palazzo

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The Shoppes at The Palazzo


 The Shoppes at The Palazzo and The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian are serving up the city’s most decadent retail, dining, and entertainment offerings.

In Las Vegas, where bigger is better and the unexpected is expected, one of the city’s newest headliners is The Shoppes at The Palazzo. Nestled within the $1.9 billion Palazzo Las Vegas and connected via pedestrian walkways to The Venetian Resort, The Shoppes at The Palazzo is led by none other than Barneys New York. Home to fashion’s biggest names-the world’s most influential style and tastemakers of our time-The Shoppes at The Palazzo is THE shop-spot in Las Vegas for all things beautiful, luxurious, fashion-forward, and trend-setting.

A pair of Christian Louboutin stilettos, a Black Label Ralph Lauren linen blazer, the finest watches and jewels from Van Cleef & Arpels and Piaget, an impeccably tailored suit from Canali-all the must-haves, and more, for any aspiring fashionista and her man are right here at The Shoppes at The Palazzo.

And if fashion isn’t your thing, there are other surprises at The Palazzo sure to capture your attention. At Lamborghini Las Vegas, you can preview an incredible array of “supercars” for sale, including Bugatti, Ferrari, Saleen, Spyker, McLaren and Lamborghini. At Bauman Rare Books, you can browse precious first-edition volumes dating to the 15th century. And at Double Helix Wine Bar, you can customize your own tasting with rare and hard-to-find wines.


With a combined 160-plus luxury boutiques and more than two dozen restaurants, The Shoppes at The Palazzo and The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian are serving up the city’s most decadent retail, dining, and entertainment offerings. Combined, the two centers, though separate and distinct, are connected via pedestrian walkways to offer an extraordinary multi-sensory experience. Here, the world’s fashion-makers create a visual feast of style while the world’s culinary superstars deliver the city’s most memorable meals and tempting morsels, leaving those who partake wanting more.


Enveloped in Italian-style luxury, The Palazzo features more than 3,000 expansive suites with all the trimmings that make a stay at The Palazzo decidedly decadent and delicious. Sunken living rooms, private bed chambers, remote-controlled Roman shades, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and oversized bathrooms all come standard at The Palazzo.


The Palazzo features an unparalleled roster of celebrity chef restaurants and eateries, led by Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, Charlie Trotter’s Restaurant Charlie, Mario Batali’s Carnevino, and Table 10, an Emeril Lagasse restaurant. Other one-of-a-kind offerings include the zesty, upscale Mexican fare of Dos Caminos and Chef Jose Mendin’s SUSHISAMBA featuring a hip blend of East/West fare.


If waking up before noon isn’t your style, The Palazzo is the place to be after dark. Enjoy a nightcap and some late-night Brazilian-style fun at the Sugarcane Boutique Lounge, the first extension of SUSHISAMBA’S New York lounge concept. Evening fun continues to sizzle into the wee hours of the morning at LAVO, a hip new nightclub by the creators of TAO. And if you’re looking for late-night nibbles, FIRST Food & Bar brings the authenticity and character of the neighborhood bar and diner back to life. FIRST features American eats and drinks by Executive Chef Sam DeMarco.


Big ’60s hair, precision boy-band choreography, perfect four-part harmony, and the pursuit of the American dream all come together in one of the most lively and engaging musicals of our time. Broadway super-hit and winner of the 2006 Tony Award for Best Musical, Jersey Boys is the rags-to-rock-to-riches tale of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons-now playing at The Palazzo. Jersey Boys is a not-be-missed show sure to leave you smiling… and humming.


Parking at The Shoppes at The Palazzo couldn’t be easier. The ample, easy-to-navigate underground parking garage offers entrances from both The Strip and Sands Avenue/Spring Mountain Road. The Palazzo’s two-story porte cochere, along with a second porte cochere at Barneys New York, accommodates those who prefer to be pampered from the moment they drive onto the property.

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