Where to Shop, People Watch in Las Vegas

People watching is always an interesting facet of a vacation. It's cheap, interactive and, in some regards, a cultural experience. For agents who have clients heading to Las Vegas with some people watching (as well as shopping) in mind, point them in the direction of The Forum Shops. The readers of Las Vegas Weekly recently named it “Best Place to People Watch on the Strip.”  On top of that, the July/August issue of Nevada Magazine, lauded the shopping venue as one of the “Best Places to Shop.”

When The Forum Shops debuted in 1992, this was the arena shoppers first experienced the fantasy recreation of an ancient Roman Forum streetscape with classic columns and arches whose painted skies reflected the change from sunrise to sunset. Central piazzas also feature ornate fountains and the classic statuary, Fountain of the Gods reflecting that of an ancient forum in towns, where the center was created to be the formal area that led people to the marketplace.

The Forum Shops has a special offer for the month of July. Shoppers can bring their receipts to concierge as their entry to win a shopping gift card. The Forum Shops will draw the winning receipt on Monday, August 2 and whatever the temperature will be from Saturday, July 31, that will be the amount of the gift card. The winner does not need to be present to win.

Just opened at The Forum Shops, La Martina is the official supplier in the world of the sport of polo.  The store’s concept includes leather outfits, polos and shirts for men, women and kids, as well as accessories such as belts, bags, shoes, hats and more. La Martina benefits from a close relationship with many of theclubs, tournaments and players.

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