Named after the now-defunct Eaton's, once one of Canada's most recognizable trademarks, this bright and airy complex ... More
Named after the now-defunct Eaton's, once one of Canada's most recognizable trademarks, this bright and airy complex still attracts shoppers in search of renowned brands, under one roof. Though not as big or famous as Toronto's landmark shopping center, Montreal's version boasts dozens of stores, two food courts and a multi-screen cinema. Shoppers will find every significant North American shopping chain, and many American visitors flock here for the discounts offered by Canadian currency conversion. A day-long shopping-spree is bound to happen!
This is a Place to see in Montreal Espically if your a American This shows the BEST of Canadian shopping and the Food Court is loaded with Canadian Food and very light menus are all over the place.... Try the Crapes (spelling) They are the best
Montreal's most visually appealing downtown shopping center is also its most upscale. The exterior is an attractive blend of old
fashioned stone skyscraper with modern touches, while the interior is centered around a giant decorated lobby. Shoppers will find ...
Eaton Centre is a 'must visit' place in Toronto. Even if you have no desire to shop, make sure to
at least look around this six million square foot glass roofed arcade. Located between Dundas and Queen on Yonge ...
Located on prestigious Sherbrooke Street, in the heart of downtown Montreal, this charming full service boutique hotel offers 252 guestrooms
and suites with spectacular city and river views, each featuring mahogany furnishings, most with galley kitchens. These spacious corporate ...