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Metropolis at Metrotown, Burnaby
(4/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Experience a shopper's paradise at Metropolis at Metrotown, a huge complex with over 450 shops and services. Wander the three buildings and discover one-of-a-kind boutiques alongside your favorite brands. A skybridge linking the mall and a rapid transit train station makes getting here a breeze. If you need to take a break from the shops, head to the food court, featuring a variety of cuisines. Put Metropolis at Metrotown on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Burnaby travel itinerary maker.
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  • I've been visiting metropolitan often because it easy to find all those thing that you needed most, im very glad that this place is very accesssible to all commuters 
  • At the local shopping mall, wide range of stores. The impression, cluttered and a Bachelor. If I'm here everyday that's useful be done usually Mall. To poor quality of apparel sales. At local facilities, or is not going on the tour.
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  • The Mall is huge, more than 500 shops, many of them Designer. It's probably one of the best options for shopping in Vancouver and particularly found spectacular to buy clothes male social and jeans. The store Mountain Warehouse you can find tennis sports models for a maximum of 50 Canadian dollars. Depending on the q is to buy, I thought the prices even more attractive than the Seattle Premium Outlet. After visiting this mall, my perception is only worth move to shopping in Seattle, if you combine a visit to points of interest.
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  • Your legit typical popular mall that would most likely be used in movies. Although, the traffic there can be pretty taxing, especially when it's during rush hour (seriously, it's hella awful when you're caught in that situation), it's kind of worth it in a way. Again, when you reach the mall's underground parking, finding a spot can be a bit of a problem. On the other hand, the lively atmosphere inside of the mall is nice to have when hanging out with friends! Metrotown has all of the hottest shops too. It can be pretty crowded there though, so be careful! When at the food court, it can be tricky finding a seat. Bathrooms are alright, and service is just as a'okay too. A trendy mall in general, despite the crowded parts!
  • Great mall. It is a great destination for shopping, eating, and whiling away your time. I mean literally the place is huge and you will need enough time to explore it thoroughly. I found it extremely easy to commute here as well, because of the convenient sky train station right beside the mall, as well as the bus stand near below the mall. It has great brands with awesome products and services to offer. One must definitely make a visit here to check this place out.
  • Exactly what you would expect from a super-sized mall. All the big brands are here, and it brought a lot of great restaurants inside and all around its perimeter. Parking can get rough around the holidays, but it's attached to a transit station. The cineplex attached is great convenience too. All of your entertainment in one place.
  • Clothes and Food I swear to god that's the only thing you'll find here. A metric ton of clothing stores, a couple accessories places, some clothing stores, some authorized phone dealers, some clothing stores, a decent movie theater, sober clothing stores, and a respectable food court. Did I mention the frigging clothing stores? A little more variety would be great. Additionally a play place for children, at least ONE in the whole bloody complex would certainly cool. I can't go to this mall with my 3yo anymore because there's absolutely nothing for her to do there, and nothing to look forward too for her. At this stage, Brentwood hilariously has more to offer, and as of this writing, it's a shell of its former self
  • Yes, they have pretty much everything... BUT: - parking is horrible. - staff is pretty consistently ruder than other malls - the most reports of violent/rude/disgusting/threatening/idiotic behaviours at Skytrain by my non-driving/everyday transit commuter associations - usually ranked way worse than surrey stations or main-street. - it is almost always insanely crowded. Have had several friends near a panic attack from poor crowd behaviour when we had to brave it for that one specialty item they simply couldn't find anywhere else.