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Toronto Eaton Centre is a place like no other. Its spectacular glass galleria soars above a fascinating selection of more than 230 stores, restaurants and services. It’s 3 gleaming, award winning office towers are spectacular business locations, offering state-of–the-art building systems, superb atmosphere and unsurpassed amenities. Located in the heart of the City, it is one of the most... more
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.
Eaton Centre is like a point of reference for anyone going to Toronto like the CN Tower. It's a huge, behemoth of a structure that currently is getting a makeover and houses hundreds of shops and restaurants. That being said, it's a mall. Just a mall. There are lots of other stores around the city to check out.
A busy mall with many tourists during peak hours- fairly large but poorly designed for the volume of people.
It's a reasonable walk from my office so I'll pop by on weekday mornings if I need to run errands. I refuse to shop here on Fridays or weekends.
Average stores, average amenities, nothing to write home about.
Such a huge mall! You'll most likely find something here if you forgot to pack something or if you just want to go (window) shopping. This place was packed with so much people in the late afternoon. Not sure if this is how it normally is or if half of the people there are tourists. It was nice to visit and see what kind of stores Toronto had to offer. We enjoyed the Roots store but it was a bit... 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