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Amazing ambience, architecture, and design means visitors won't have to drop a single dime to enjoy touring this highly accessible mid-Strip mall. Leave the high heels at home to better roam three levels of restaurants and retail—some paths cobblestoned—that resemble an ancient Roman streetscape, with scattered statuary, immense columns and arches, two central piazzas with ornate fountains, and a cloud-filled ceiling-sky that changes from sunrise to sunset over the course of three hours (to subconsciously spur shoppers to step up their pace of acquisition, perhaps?). The Mitsubishi-designed freestanding Spiral Escalator is a must-ride for the view.

Of course, shopaholics will rejoice at the selection of designer shops and traditional standbys, from high-end heavy hitters such as Tahari, Brooks Brothers, Gucci, Fendi, Kors, Louboutin, Choo, Ferragamo, Pucci, Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, and Balenciaga, to more casual labels like Lucky, Juicy, Bebe, Diesel, Nike, Guess, and Gap/Gap Kids. Armani fans will find an Emporio and Exchange for menswear, along with John Varvatos, Valentino, Hugo Boss, and Thomas Pink. Gaze at stunning jewelry, watches, and crystal works at Baccarat, Cartier, Hearts on Fire, Tourneau, DeBeers, Pandora, Swarovski, and David Yurman. Apple offers a whole host of electronics, too. Cosmetics queens will keep themselves busy at Dior Beauty, Kiehl's, and MAC Pro Store. And don't miss the flagship Victoria's Secret for lingerie and swimwear, or Agent Provocateur and LaPerla, for that matter.

When all this walking/shopping brings on the inevitable hunger, head to The Palm or Wolfgang Puck's Spago. The Cheesecake Factory is popular, as well as bistro Max Brenner Chocolate: divine smells, luscious crepes, waffle sandwiches, and chocolate martinis and fondue—what's not to love?

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  • Address: Caesars Palace, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Center Strip, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | Map It
  • Phone: 702/893–4800
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  • Location: Las Vegas
Updated: 05-14-2013

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    There are moving stars in the Sky Ceilings night sky now at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

    When you are in Las Vegas check out the moving stars in the Sky Ceilings night sky now at the Forum Shops mall at Caesars Palace.
    A few years ago the project designer for the Forum Shops Sky Ceilings, the Fall of Atlantis show and lasers shows contacted me to see how our Laser Starfield Projectors could add stars to the night version of the hourly day/night changing sky. I demonstrated how the Bliss 50 Laser Starfield Projector would add moving stars to their night cycle and it was a hit as viewers imediately starting responding. Now there are over a dozen BlissLights Bliss 50 Laser Starfield Projectors adding stars to their night sky.
    Here are photos of these laser starbeam lighting effects in other installations. These are now being used across the nation in homes and public locations like this. http://lasersandlights.com/photo-video-gallery-laser-stars-bliss-1550-blue-c-29_30.html

    by LasersandLights, 3/25/13

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