Miracle Mile Shops
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 65%Family Travelers
- 63%Nightlife Lovers
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- Miracle Mile ShopsMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Jun 07, 2014
The shops here are pretty decent and provide a nice cool break from the Vegas heat. There are also a couple of theatres here, and many restaurants. Extra cool- there's an ABC Store here!Recommended for:
- Miracle Mile ShopsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Jul 05, 2012
It's a mall...albeit a VERY nice mall, but it's still a mall! At least there is much less smoke in there compared to what's in the casinos, and it can be an air-conditioned oasis when the temperature outside rises.
- Miracle Mile ShopsMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersAug 27, 2013
Ahh you know you're in a Vegas mall when you look up to see that the ceilings are painted sky blue with intermittent clouds. These shops are a bit more low key than the similarly-ceilinged Venetian Grand Canal Shops or Caesars Forum Shops, but that also means that Miracle Mile feels cheaper inside than those two.
- Miracle Mile ShopsJan 30, 2013
Great place to stroll around and get out of the hot weather! There are a good variety of shops to explore (which are much more affordable then other shops along the Vegas strip), as well as a Fat Tuesday and restaurants to stop by for food and drinks.
- Miracle Mile ShopsDec 07, 2012
This is definitely a great mall on the strip especially if you do not want to travel to teh Fashion Show Mall on the other side of the strip. The stores that are there are pretty good! It is definitely worth going during your downtime while on the strip. I definitely enjoyed it and always go there when I am in Vegas.
- Miracle Mile ShopsMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsArt & Design LoversDec 07, 2012
There's a feeling like you have walked into another world when you enter this mall. With no windows to the outside and the painted sky above, you forget you are on the Las Vegas Strip. There's all kinds of shopping, restaurants and entertainment, so you really haven't gone far from what Las Vegas is all about.
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- Miracle Mile ShopsMember ofBusiness TravelersFoodiesLuxury TravelersJul 05, 2012
Another mall with a somewhat frantic design, however a great walk and it gets you out of the sun and heat of the Las Vegas Strip. Great people watching. Look for remnants of the faux Arabian Nights decor from when this mall was part of the Aladdin Hotel Casino.
- Miracle Mile ShopsJul 05, 2012
I don't like gambling. I'm more of a "I know where my money is going and I'm getting something of value back". So while some of my friends went to donate money to the casinos, me and some friends went to shop.
The stores are moderate level stores - in terms in pricing. I see stores like H&M, ABC Store (I buy my water here - No CRV!), Lola's (LOVED that boutique), Sephora, Urban Outfitters, Bakers, Aldo, etc... and some high level stores: Betsy Johnson, BCBG, Guess, etc. So it was a good amount of stuff.
The strategic thing too for Planet Hollywood and Miracle Mile is that you need to talk through the mall to get to the casino from the parking structure. SMART.
The food selection kinda sucks. We walked around for what to eat and eh, the reviews were not fantastic for the shops in here.
Overall... this is a great place for someone who hates gambling... but if you want hardcore shopping - go to the outlets.
- Miracle Mile ShopsJul 05, 2012
I'm a huge fan of Miracle Mile shops because I really enjoyed my childhood memories here when this place was not Planet Hollywood but was Aladdin instead. I remember lots of memorable decor and things that were in the miracle mile especially the thunderstorm show.
Recently, due to the PH acquisition, Miracle Mile has updated its shops and I find it to be a pretty pleasant experience if you're looking for your normal average shops plus some lower class ones that sell the expensive souvenirs which cost less than a dollar to make.
Overall, nice atmosphere and I always have an enjoyable time here.