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Here you’ll find ex­quis­ite glass and col­ored-crys­tal table­ware, home dé­cor, light­ing, and thought­ful gifts. IN­SIDER TIP: Look for Mai­son Fran­cis Kurkd­jian’s Bac­carat Rouge 540, a fra­grance that fuses clear crys­tal with 24k gold pow­der at 540 de­grees, cre­at­ing a glow­ing scar­let color. The Fo­rum Shops at Cae­sars, 702-6936877; bac­carat.com


In­spired by René Lalique’s orig­i­nal glass pieces, this Shops at Crys­tals bou­tique car­ries the brand’s sparkling line of vases, sculp­tures, clocks, chan­de­liers, and more. The Shops at Crys­tals, 702-507-2375; lalique.com


At the Las Ve­gas De­sign Cen­ter’s De­sign Sa­lon, clients en­joy an un­par­al­leled as­sort­ment of show­rooms, plus per­sonal-shop­ping ser­vices and con­sul­ta­tions. IN­SIDER TIP: Un­be­knownst to many, the cen­ter is open year-round to the pub­lic—not just to the trade—with show­rooms such as Nouri­son, Safavieh, and Four Hands more than happy to sell to con­sumers. 495 S. Grand Cen­tral Pkwy., 702-5993093; lvde­sign­cen­ter.com


In a city fa­mous for its Rat Pack era and mid­cen­tury glam aesthetic, there are fewer dé­cor trea­sures in the Down­town an­tiques cor­ri­dor than you might think. Many of the best can be found at Patina Dé­cor, whose knowl­edge­able own­ers are of­ten the first call of es­tab­lished Las Ve­gas fam­i­lies look­ing to un­load their his­tory. The store has many reg­u­lars, and its gems go fast. IN­SIDER TIP: Many of Patina’s best fur­ni­ture pieces are in an off-site ware­house and are sold on 1stdibs.com. If there’s a spe­cific item you’re look­ing for, just ask. 1300 S. Main St., Ste. 140, 702-776-6222; pati­nadecorlv.com


Com­mand­ing four lev­els and 60,000 square feet, this in­no­va­tive new re­tail ex­pe­ri­ence fea­tures artis­tic in­stal­la­tions of home fur­nish­ings in a gallery set­ting, in­clud­ing an en­tire floor ded­i­cated to RH Modern, with an in­te­grated RH Con­tem­po­rary Art Gallery. Tivoli Vil­lage, 775-464-0770; rh.com


Once a pop-up bou­tique in Tivoli’s The Mar­ket LV, this luxe dé­cor shop now oc­cu­pies a street-level store to show­case its selec­tion of sexy-moody can­dles, home ac­ces­sories, and fur­ni­ture. Tivoli Vil­lage, 702-331-0344; river­northlv.com


Stock up on modern fur­ni­ture, tex­tiles, and kitchen­ware from one of the most pop­u­lar dé­cor brands in the mar­ket. It has just opened a sec­ond lo­ca­tion, in Down­town Sum­mer­lin. The District at Green Valley Ranch, Hen­der­son, 702-263-5083; Down­town Sum­mer­lin, 702-255-4030; west­elm.com


Love the bed you’re sleep­ing in at Wynn, or the tow­els in the bath? The re­sort’s home store sells bed linens and ex­clu­sive bath prod­ucts, as well as a care­fully cu­rated selec­tion of art ob­jects and home goods from de­sign­ers like Gae­tano Pesce, Taschen, and Jesu­rum. IN­SIDER TIP: Kevyn Wynn has brought the glam­our back to en­ter­tain­ing at home with her line of el­e­gant slip­pers, named af­ter im­por­tant women in her life. Seven de­signs are sold at Wynn LVNV. Wynn Las Ve­gas, 702-770-3470; wynnlasve­gas.com


Z Gallerie’s of­fer­ings in­clude both ex­clu­sive and brand-name home fur­nish­ings and dé­cor pieces in­spired by a va­ri­ety of global styles. Fash­ion Show, 702-696-9733; zgal­lerie.com


De­tails like triple-sheeted beds and thought­ful tech­nol­ogy make Aria a draw, and nat­u­ral light from floor-to­ceil­ing win­dows soft­ens the sleek lines. The restau­rants span the globe: Span­ish from Julian Ser­rano, con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can at Shawn Mcclain’s Sage, with re­cent ad­di­tions in­clud­ing Carbone, Bar­dot Brasserie, and Her­ring­bone. IN­SIDER TIP: Aria’s Sky Suites, with their sep­a­rate in­door and out­door en­trances to the ho­tel and casino—and a new pool for suite guests only—let you stay close to all the ac­tion, the in­cred­i­ble Ci­ty­cen­ter art col­lec­tion, and the 80,000-square-foot spa, but still feel like you’re in a bou­tique ho­tel. 702-590-7111; aria.com


With its blue-chip art, its sea­son­ally ro­tat­ing botan­i­cal dis­plays in the mas­sive con­ser­va­tory, its danc­ing foun­tains, and the Miche­lin two-star restau­rant Pi­casso, Bellagio pi­o­neered so­phis­ti­ca­tion on the Strip. Re­cent up­grades to the Lake Como-themed re­sort in­clude the trans­for­ma­tion of the dated restau­rant Circo into Julian Ser­rano’s Lago. Re­quest a room with a lake view, en­joy a mas­sage in a pool­side ca­bana, and sam­ple lib­er­ally from mas­ter pâtissier Jean-philippe’s choco­late and pas­try shop (or just ogle its choco­late foun­tain, the largest in the world). 702-693-7111; bellagio.com


One of the old­est ho­tels on the Strip con­tin­ues to evolve with the re­cent debuts of its re­vamped Julius Tower and its Omnia Night­club. Cae­sars is like a self-con­tained city, with many trend­set­ting restau­rants, a mas­sive buf­fet (Bac­cha­nal), the Gar­den of the Gods pool area, and the ad­join­ing Fo­rum Shops (but pre­pare to walk, since the nearly 4,000-room ho­tel spans five tow­ers). IN­SIDER TIP: The best rooms are in the Au­gus­tus and Oc­tavius tow­ers; from Au­gus­tus’s south side, you’ll get the best views of Bellagio’s foun­tains. 866-227-5938; cae­sars.com


The Cos­mopoli­tan mul­ti­plies Ve­gas luxe to the nth power: a 100,000square-foot casino, three pools, 32 spa treat­ment rooms and suites, a

Wynn LVNV car­ries home dé­cor trea­sures and the re­sort’s own bed linens.

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