Shopping - Shopping Malls

One of the best ways to unwind after your adventures in Nevada is with a little retail therapy. The Silver State is filled with shopping malls ranging from offbeat and multifunctional to upscale and spectacular.

As you might expect, shopping malls in Las Vegas are not only bursting with designer names, but stunningly designed as well. The beautiful open-air Town Square Las Vegas is a dining, shopping and entertainment center featuring 22 buildings of varying architectural styles, pedestrian-friendly walkways, an 18-screen movie theater and interactive children’s park. Shoppers browsing Town Square Las Vegas will not only find clothing stores including Armani Exchange, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Juicy Couture, bebe and many more, but also brands like Swarovski, MAC and KoKo & Polenki. Another amazing Las Vegas shopping institution, The Fashion Show mall boasts no less than seven anchor stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales and Neiman Marcus, as well as 250 specialty shops and restaurants. An architectural canopy dubbed The Cloud hovers 20 stories overhead, creating an outdoor plaza during the days and serving as a projection screen for multimedia shows when the sun sets. Other shopping malls in fabulous Las Vegas offer visitors additional stores, movie theaters, dining options and more.

In Reno and Sparks, avid shoppers will find malls to satisfy any retail craving. Reno’s newest mall, The Summit, has an open layout concept with sitting areas, fountains and fire pits to keep people warm during the winter months. With shops like Dillard’s, Orvis, Caché, Sephora and many more, as well as a Century Theatres and an array of dining options, The Summit Reno has quickly become a favorite of local and visiting shoppers. Reno is also home to several upscale boutique centers, like the Plumgate Shopping Center and Mayberry Landing, both of which offer dining and shopping options. Nearby Sparks has arrived on Nevada’s shopping scene in a major way, thanks to the Legends at Sparks Marina, a $1.2 billion destination entertainment and retail center offering eateries, shops and more. With options like these and others, you’ll want to schedule extra shopping time on your next Nevada getaway.