June 7, 2019
Our properties in Hawaii and Vegas are some of the most popular shopping destinations in the United States - drawing millions of visitors every year and connecting with international audiences. From the beautiful landscapes at Whalers Village in Hawaii to the iconic Venetian-styled venue at Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, Brookfield Properties creates remarkable spaces where brands can cater to the needs of excited tourists.
And excited tourists are often hungry tourists.
The dining concepts at our tourism properties are formatted to meet the needs of locals, tourists, and brands alike. Offering a wide range of cuisine that appeals to different palates, these properties are ideal for brands looking to provide customers with unique, satisfying, and memorable eating experiences. So, whether you're looking to open your first eatery, second restaurant, or next big chain, here's a look at the tourism properties that have transformed into unforgettable dining destinations:
With over 70 stores and restaurants and more than 4,200 hotel rooms within walking distance, Whalers Village serves as a primary shopping, dining and entertainment destination on the island of Maui. An exciting redevelopment was recently completed at Whalers Village, creating an additional 10,000 square feet of new retail space. The fresh surroundings are enhanced with new lighting, flooring, landscaping, and finishes. Whalers Village is home to the island's favorite full-service restaurants—Hula Grill, Leilani’s On The Beach, and Monkeypod Kitchen as well as Island Vintage Coffee and Choice Health Bar. Additional dining options, ranging from fast food to oceanfront restaurants, help this center achieve over $110 million in sales annually.
Home to The Grand Canal Shoppes, The Venetian and The Palazzo generate over 25 million visitors per year and are especially popular among international visitors from Japan, China, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, and Germany. Shopping, dining, and entertainment have surpassed gaming as the top three activities for Las Vegas tourists. With cobblestone walkways, illuminated painted sky ceilings, and gondola rides along a quarter-mile-long Grand Canal, this 875,000-square-foot Venetian-inspired venue is an ideal dining spot. Restaurant concepts include CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, Bouchon by Thomas Keller, LAVO Italian Restaurant, Delmonico Steakhouse, Smith & Wollensky, Tao Asian Bistro & Nightclub, Black Tap Craft Burger & Beer, Once by Ricardo Zarate, and Chica by Lorena Garcia.