Try on a suit at Armani Exchange, or get some new Timberlands. How about some Calvin Klein jeans, or some Kenneth Cole cologne? There are 120 stores to keep you busy for hours. There’s a food court in the middle of it all, with choices like pizza, Chinese, Japanese, Dairy Queen, Subway, cheese-steaks, and of course, Starbucks. I mean, you can’t possibly shop without a jolt of caffeine, right?
There’s a Nike outlet, Bose, St. John, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach and many, many more. It made me dizzy just walking around, trying to figure out what shop to go in next. There was actually a line to get into the Coach store. I gave up and moved on the Charlotte Russe, to get some new, hip jeans. There are also shoe stores, luggage stores and ‘intimates’ stores. Too much to chose from.
This is an outdoor mall, so bring a jacket on chilly days. It was really windy the day that we went, REALLY windy. There is valet parking available and bathrooms throughout the center. The walkways are flat and wide enough for wheelchairs or motorized scooters. There are directories throughout the center for easy planning, and plenty of parking spaces.
The website gives sale information and directions. www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/sales.asp?id=58.
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March 7, 2006
From journal Weekend in Las Vegas
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February 5, 2005
There were a bunch of taxis waiting to take us back, as a concern was, if we got there, how would we get back.
We did the whole thing in about 2 hours, but I think a professional shopper could spend 5 or more hours there.
From journal Las Vegas Convention Entertaining