The Toronto Eaton Centre is a large shopping mall and office complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario Canada, named after the now-defunct Eaton's department store chain. In terms of the number of visitors, the shopping mall is Toronto's top tourist attraction. [www.toronto.ca/attractions/attraction... It is also the largest shopping mall in Eastern Canada and fourth-largest in... more
kind of lost it's charm through the years - love the great expanse - don't love the crowds
Very packed all year round. Large variety of shops, however, their size is average or smaller as the mall is older and refurbished.
I stayed in the One King West Hotel and through the hotel there is an underground passageway that leads into the underground historical district. Through that district, I was able to navigate my way to the Eaton Centre. I later found out that it would have been SO much easier to have just gone from the street and follow Yonge street all the way down but that's neither here nor there.
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Pros: Simple mall layout, easy to find everything you need; 3 Starbucks so that is awesome for you starbucks lovers. The chapters is beautiful, some nice stores in the mall and pretty good sales from time to time. Right downtown so you can be apart of all the action. Lots of food to choose from in food court. Lots of restaurants near the eaton center too. Close to several subway stops.
I went to Sport Chek to purchase some briefs for running. The store did carry the exact brand that I needed and at a reasonable price. However, I did not expect that the cashier would comment on the briefs and use it as an invitation to hit on me. She said "Oh, you are going to look hot wearing those and I love a man who takes extra-large". She then wrote her cell phone number on the receipt.... more
Shopping complex with 320 stores, boutiques and restaurants and a dramatic atrium.
Huge array of shops, clothiers & restaurants in a soaring, historic mall with a glass ceiling.
The Toronto Eaton Centre is more than just a shopping centre. It’s an architectural model for shopping malls around the country. Completed in 1979 and given a new facade in 1999, it is the third largest mall in Canada and is one of the city’s most popular attractions.
There are more than 285 shops, restaurants, and services to wind your way through including brand new stores like Hollister,... more