Harmon Corner


Harmon Corner
Location: Center Strip
3717 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours: Store Hours Vary
Type: Mall
Vegas4Visitors Rating: B

At a Glance

What is it?

A small collection of stores and restaurants including a Walgreen’s and a Panda Express.

Where is it?

At the corner of Harmon Avenue and The Strip, next door to Planet Hollywood and across the street from The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

What do they sell?

Nothing major – mostly convenience store type items and quick-serve food.

What are the prices like?

Often less than what you’ll pay at your hotel’s sundry store but often more than you’ll usually pay at the same stores in your neighborhood.

What should I be sure to check out?

There’s a McDonald’s if you’re desperate for a Big Mac.

Why should I shop here?

Because you were walking by and needed lip balm.

What else do I need to know?

The facility is not accessible from inside Planet Hollywood, even though it looks like it is attached.

What’s the bottom line?

Convenient if you need a Walgreen’s or Chinese food.

Full Review

The Harmon Corner is less a shopping mall than a store-lined pedestrian walkway. It’s located, unsurprisingly, on the corner of Harmon Avenue and The Strip and while it looks like it is a part of Planet Hollywood, it isn’t. You can’t access any of the stores or restaurants from inside that hotel; only from the sidewalk or the bridges that cross the streets from The Cosmopolitan.

The big eye-catching piece of it is the massive, multi-story, curved LED screen that wraps around the top of it. It is billed as the largest of its kind in the world, measuring 65 feet high by 320 feet long, bigger than a football field. It displays advertisements and pretty much makes the intersection below the best lit in town.

Underneath the big screen are three levels of shopping and dining. The first floor is mostly taken up by a big Walgreen’s Drug Store and there’s also a McDonald’s and couple of other quick-serve style eateries.

The second floor has a few more casual restaurants like Panda Express and a couple of mostly skippable souvenir style stores.

On the third floor are two bigger chain restaurants – Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Twin Peaks sports bar and grill, and the Rainforest Café, relocated here from the MGM Grand.

The main reason you want to know about the Harmon Corner is just because of the convenience factor. If you’re at a nearby hotel and need aspirin, shampoo, snacks, a quick bite, or a souvenir t-shirt, this is a handy place to find all of the above, often at prices that will be cheaper that what you’ll pay at your hotel’s gift shop.