Streetmosphere at the Grand Canal Shoppes Las Vegas
Where is it at?
Streetmosphere at the Grand Canal Shoppes
3377 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Tel: 702 414 4500
Where are we going today?
The Grand Canal Shoppes provides roving troups of up to 30 world class performerance acts wandering freely with the crowds of St. Mark's Square and performing for, and on occasion serenading, the public.
It ranges from living statues to singers, musicians and mimes, who move around without schedule so it's a matter of luck and determination how much you find to see.
It's all family suitable, and the shows are completely free: no charge for this entertainment!
How much does it cost?
When can we go?
Daily, but it's a matter of luck.
What people are saying?
by David Nicholas
Just like being outside, very pleasant to stroll through but could do with a cafe next to the canal and not a Mexican restaurant!
by Dave Combe
Keeping with the theme perfectly, the canals and gondolas add to the Venice feel that has been replicated so well with the styling of the shops and the ceiling paint /lighting. It is often easy to forget that you are actually inside a hotel and on the first floor no less.
If you like premium labels you are well served here but even if you aren't it is a great place to visit and grab a bite at the very least.
by Kayla w
My boyfriend and I decided to go shopping and I dragged him down here. I felt like I died and went to heaven. There where so many great shops to visit that It could have easily been a whole day event.
by Kathleen Anson
Luckily the back-of-an-old-lady's-closet perfumed air from the casino isn't pumped in here, because I really like the shop area. They did a fantastic job with the theming and it's a very attractive space to wander. It really captures Venice in a Disney-esque way (no smelly brown sewer water in the canals for instance). And, you get to feel a bit like you are outside but without the blistering egas sun.
by A Google User
The shops in the canal are fun to browse through. If you're not into clothes and shoes, there's still the mask shop and I think a few others that might be interesting.