Las Vegas, NV - When the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace opened 20 years ago, the high-end shopping center introduced a new level of luxury to the Strip.
Developers billed it “the shopping wonder of the world,” and at the time, it was. Nothing like it existed. Its marble walkways, designer stores and Strip-front, casino-adjacent location were all groundbreaking.
Two decades later, luxury shopping is the norm on the Strip. The Bellagio has its retail esplanade, Paris has Le Boulevard, and the Venetian and Palazzo both have high-end shopping malls off their casino floors. Multimillion-dollar remodeling projects at the Fashion Show mall and Miracle Mile Shops put those centers on par with their luxury neighbors.
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