What to see in the City Center Las Vegas
City Center is an urban complex of 16,797,000 square meters located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. This is the biggest project of the United States, sponsored by non-public private funds: The project was founded by MGM Resorts International, later joined Dubai World as partner. The main elements of the City Center are the Aria Resort & Casino, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, shopping and entertainment complex of the Crystals, Vdara Hotel & Spa, The Harmon Hotel and Veer Towers.
Crystals is the City Center's entertainment and shopping district area of 500,000 square meters located under the crystal glass dome. There are brands such as Assouline, Bally, Bottega Veneta, Bulgari, Carolina Herrera, Christian Dior, de Grisogono, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Gucci, HStern, Ilori, Kiton, Louis Vuitton, Marni, Mikimoto, Paul Smith, Porsche Design Group, Prada, Pucci, Roberto Cavalli, Tiffany & Co, Tom Ford, Tourbillion, Van Cleef & Arpels, Versace.
Restaurants in Las Vegas Krystals
Beso by Eva Longoria and Todd English, Eve by Eva Longoria, Mastro's Ocean Club, The Cup by World News Kaffee, Brasserie Puck by Wolfgang Puck and Lee Hefter, The Pods by Wolfgang Puck.
Fine Art Collection Gallery
The Exhibition Gallery, located in CityCenter in Las Vegas. Now in the Gallery is an exhibition of work Dale Chihuly, the author's stunning flower arrangement - the world's largest sculpture, blown glass - Fiori di Como, decorating the lobby of Bellagio. The Mandarin Oriental galleries are opened to the public. Around the perimeter of the Aria Hotel are such works by renowned authors as Maya Lin, Jenny Holzer, Henry Moore and Claes Oldenburg. In the lobby you can see a silver sculpture by Maya Lin's "Silver River", spread out over the registration desk (reception). "Silver River" - 133-foot (41m.) silver cast of the Colorado River. Near the north valet parking is a 250-foot (76 m) Led sign welcoming the guests.