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Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood

3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1920
+1 888-800-8284
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  • Average11%
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“great mall” (41 reviews)
“abc store” (39 reviews)
“lots of shops” (38 reviews)
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3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1920
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I wanted to see the fountain in the Miracle Mile Shops mall. It was a really long walk, for a very small fountain. I would not go again.

Thank sarahstree
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Miracle Mile Shops are joined to Planet Hollywood. Their distinguishing feature is the fact that they represent literally one mile (actually, 1.2) of shops, entertainment and food. Besides that, what makes the Miracle Mile kind of stick out in my view is they’re not...More

Thank PookyCake
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great place to shop all year round. The indoor mall has some great places to eat and some rare shops like the US polo Association which has closed most of the east coast locations. Great place

Thank gomia1979
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A wide variety of stores to choose from here and a variety of attractions throughout this indoor mall. There are some restaurants to choose from as well. A good place to spend some time out of the heat or cold.

Thank Virginia H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This place is full of common mid range chain stores. A place most of us can afford to shop in. A nice change from the high end merchandise in other hotels.

Thank giffenk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is allegedly a mile of stuff - mostly shops but several restaurants, theatre, cinemas etc. Some unusual things to see - the indoors/outdoors arab quarter, the rainstorm. We ate there several times - less frantic and a bit cheaper then main road. You can...More

Thank lowryepp
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Plenty of shops to look at and plenty of places to eat. One feature is the "Rainstorm" which happens on the hour. There is a pool in one of the walkways and each our the ceiling, which is painted to look like the sky, darkens...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

So many shops here, great mixture. Victorias secret is huge, look for Karina in there she is a hoot! Loads of restaurants to visit aswell.

Thank allyhyne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Definitely take a stroll through the shops..its well worth it. There is a variety of shops to choose from, along with places to eat. Give yourself a few hours to enjoy the area.

Thank ms_tinkerbell1
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Jennifer Lopez dances her butt off the performers were great the musicians were great excellent stage lighting was awesome laser light show was excellent the sound was great all in all one great performance by Jennifer Lopez and her staff

Thank Randy P
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6 July 2017|
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Response from jessjjmc | Reviewed this property |
Free parking at the mall.
Kathleen B
Has anyone else been ripped off by the store "the Source" at Planet Hollywood's mall? Planet Hollywood should be ASHAMED of itself to have such a dishonest business on it's premises. While shopping at reputable stores, like Chico's, the Loft, and others, I wandered into the Source looking for an external battery for my computer. While talking with the salesman, he intimated that I'd be able to return the item after trying it out if there was any problem. After checking out and paying roughly $135 for an item (OLcell Solar Charger) that I later discovered can be purchased for $25 on Amazon, the manager took over the sale. He showed me wireless headphones that are usually over $250 (so he claimed... I found them online for a fraction of the cost) and convinced me to purchase them, along with an iphone 6 plus battery case. Although I was grateful for his "discounted" price of $135 each, my disbelief in his generosity should've warned me off... To be fair, he did throw in an iphone 5s case, an ipad case and two stylus for the ipad, none of which I needed or asked for... The problem you ask? When I got back to my hotel, I charged the iphone charger fully, as instructed, but it didn't seem to work with my phone. The charge wasn't taking on the phone. It was at this point that I started doing some research into the equipment I bought and found them to be listed on reputable websites for 1/8 - 1/4 the price. At this point I realized I was ripped off. I went back to the store to return the items and was told only an exchange was allowed. I wasn't informed of this when I purchased the items, it was on the bottom of the receipt in broken English. So, it was not a pleasant experience, to say the least. The man I was talking to about the return called the manager, who came to the store and tried to convince me that the equipment is of good quality and saying he didn't have the authority to return anything. He then called his manager, who does have the authority, but said he couldn't reach him. However, he was texting and taking photos of the receipts while talking with me... I was there for probably 30 minutes going back and forth about wanting a refund and finally got exhausted. Considering I'd spent roughly $500, I thought I'd get the Bose Soundlink Color Bluetooth system, a reputable brand. Prior to mentioning this to him, I discretely looked up the price on my cellphone and it was $129.95. He told me the price was $500. HOW is this LEGAL? Considering the depth of the problem and understanding I wasn't going to get my refund, I decided to get out of the store. I apologized for the inconvenience and we exchanged pleasantries, then left. Oh yeah, he threw an iphone 5s charging case, stating he made some good sales the past month. Funny thing is that he told me he didn't work on commission earlier in our conversation. Lies, lies, lies. My issue with the whole experience is that they are overcharging for products without making it known to the consumer that their return policy is that only exchanges are permitted. The consumer is informed by reading the bottom of the receipt (broken English) AFTER the sale. It makes perfect sense to only accept exchanges... You're allowed to be ripped off twice, not just once. If anyone decides to initiate a class action suit, please post online. I'm happy to contribute to the cause.
13 March 2015|
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Response from Lance2002 | Reviewed this property |
While staying at Elara, I walked in there to buy an HDMI cord. They originally wanted $50 for it and I said no. Then the owner joins and he says what about $35. I said I would pay $20 and he got upset. I walked away and I... More