These corridors hold some of the best VIP shopping experiences around.
FROM VIP SALONS TO EXCLUSIVE STORE DESIGNS TO SECRET PARKING SPOTS, HERE’S HOW TO GET THE INSIDER EXPERIENCE.
Shopping is one Las Vegas experience where those three little letters V-I-P play hard and heavy. The Forum Shops at Caesars gives shoppers experiences they can’t get anywhere else. Here are just a few.
If you desire a glass of bubbles, the perfect lighting and mirror, or simply want to try on that lingerie for a special someone in real life, anything is possible. At Burberry, elite customers have a VIP dressing suite where they can put in an order on that exclusive-edition Lola bag. Blancpain offers a private room—and as one of only two locations in the U.S., you are guaranteed a supreme timepiece buying experience.
Hublot features a coffee bar decked out in sports memorabilia. Find signed gloves from Iron Mike Tyson as well as a jersey from Pele. At the Louis Vuitton Men’s store, you can customize your item with designs f from resident painter Yella. Small leather goods receive a complimentary hot-stamped monogram. Jimmy Choo offers its made-to-order service at The Forum Shops store, where you can personalize 16 silhouettes and five accessory styles. For an extra little secret, add golden letters, numbers and symbols to create a unique acronym. At Chrome Hearts, you’ll get bespoke tailoring and customization, plus Champagne and chocolate.
At Tom Ford, purchase three beauty products and take advantage of an expert makeup application. This highly curated store also carries the hard-to-find python and crocodile handbag lines. Tory Burch recently unveiled a redesigned boutique that serves as the prototype for its locations around the world. Launched at The Forum Shops, the space is pure Tory, bringing together a collection of art and found objects that convey the brand ethos of wanderlust and exemplary style. Aritzia celebrated the opening of its first boutique in Las Vegas with hard-to-find labels such as Wilfred, Babaton, Tna, Super World and Sunday Best—embodying everyday luxury in aspirational environments. Being an Aritzia customer also means having your own style adviser to offer personalized service and tailored advice throughout the selection process.
Take a break by Forum Shops’ own Trevi Fountain.
Nothing tops off a day of shopping like an off -the-menu culinary extravaganza. At Water Grill, try the whole pink bream from New Zealand “ceviche style”—marinated in lime and topped with Fresno chiles, shallots and micro cilantro. Off the menu at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, request the Big Daddy Potatoes—Lyonnaise potatoes topped with white cheddar cheese, bacon and green onions named after the restaurant’s late partner Michael Waugh. Carmine’s is perfect for a big group, and the Double Titanic is an off-the-menu version of the restaurant’s iconic dessert, with 12 scoops of ice cream, whipped cream, caramelized fruit, hot fudge sauce and two entire chocolate tortas.
Did you know that The Forum Shops at Caesars has a VIP parking lot? Located off Stan Mallin Drive, this is the quickest access in and out of the shopping mecca. There are a limited number of spaces that are open to the public and they fill up fast. simon.com
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