Great selection of stores, very modern. Right in the heart of the city next to YD square. Expansive food court with lots of variety
First time coming to Toronto Eaton Centre and it is huge! It is convenient and easily located as it is situated outside the subway station. Other than the shopping mall being the attraction, you can view other attractions around the mall just by travelling on foot. It is a must visit place!
Apparently the Eaton Centre is the largest downtown mall in North America. Nicely designed and laid out. Most of the stores are like those in every mall but some are unique to Canada. Worth a visit, but you are not likely to find many unique stores. If you want to focus all your shopping in one place, this is it.
The Eaton Center is an icon of Toronto Downtown. No trip is complete without a visit. Just a walk through or a soft drink on a bench is a great place to see people and enjoy the interior beauty of this great landmark. Of course there are many stores and places to eat. Decorated especially nice at Christmas. Ample parking... More
I could get to the mall from my hotel without going outside. It has a lot of good shops, some different from the UK I spent nearly a whole day there which I don't normally do in shopping places
I've been going to Eaton centre for years now, and as a foreigner in the country, I find that this is one of the best malls in the city! Everything you need, you'll be able to find in this massive shopping centre. It's also so centrally located, and usually during the weekends, there will be something going on at Dundas... More
Many stores and great place to get out of the freezing cold! The variety of stores was welcomed and the centrality of it was convenient to our adventures in downtown Toronto.
Eaton centre is a great place to shop and come to eat. The food court has plenty of choices and we came here on 3 occasions just to sample the various options, the mall itself is huge and has plenty of shops to keep you busy.
Location is convenient with a subway station at each end. Selection of stores is mainstream to low end with no real upscale stores. Food courts have a good selection but prices are high for fast food. Most of the stores are small relative to the size of stores in other malls, and selection of goods is limited (i.e. the Harry... More
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