Its just a mall, supposedly the largest in NCR. It has almost all the brands at one place, with multiplexes , food court and several restaurants at the top floor.
On weekends, the place is packed with junta as there are no options for people in Noida, hence they all end up in the mall.
Parking is difficult after 11AM during summers and 12 noon during winters. When the parking gets full, they direct you to a nearby parking lot which is far and very dusty. There are two entries to the mall, one is from Gate no 4, opposite to the Gurudwara ( closer to Lifestyle and Globus) and other from the metro station side which is closer to Shoppers stop and Big Bazaar.
Its huge so you need strong pair of legs to cover all the floors. Large footfalls do not necessarily translate into sales because of which the mall has seen closure of many stores in last 2 years like Gas etc. Many premium brands are still missing for which you still have to go to Delhi. Hopefully this situation will change soon when the under construction two malls in the vicinity will open. Then it will have 4 malls in the same area and become like MG Road of Gurgaon.
During festivals like Diwali And Christmas, it is tastefully decorated.
If watching a movie is the only objective to coming to this place, then its better to watch them at Spice Mall nearby which has better halls than the ones at Ebony, GIP.
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