Erin Mills Town Centre, Mississauga

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Erin Mills Town Centre is anchored by Hudson’s Bay, Sears and Walmart and offers a beautiful new shopping and dining experience with over 185 stores and services. New stores include Pandora, David’s Tea, H&M and Kids Foot Locker, with more to come!
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  • It's been a while since we've visited this Sunset Grill location. Today's visit was better than before. Homefries are very fresh and delicious. Presentation has improved...small dices of soft and cris...  more »
  • Nice mall with plenty of shops although could do with better variety Good atmosphere and not too crowded.. they had some musical performances while we were there which was nice Good choice of food in ...  more »
  • Hi everyone. This is not my favourite mall - prefer Square One. Will drop by EMTC once in a blue moon to visit Sears or get a Dairy Queen Blizzard.  more »
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  • Nice place to shop or spend time. They have great stores and the atmosphere is unique. With the addition of the central sphere and the computer controlled water fountain this place is getting character. The location is very convenient in an area experiencing rapid growth: there are many condo buildings going up in the proximity of the mall. Erin Mills Town Centre is also very close to the Bus Rapid Transit corridor, and even closer to the Credit Valley Hospital. This place is definitely a must see!
  • After the new improvements Erin Mill Centre has become a great mall! It has a lot more stores and it's in a convenient place. They still need more brand stores and make up stores. The food court is good but again it needs more well known resturants. There are lots of parking spots around the mall, but no underground parking.
  • A nice medium sized mall. Has a wide variety of shops that will fit most needs. There are no high end shops (compared to some shops in Yorkdale) but should be enough for a casual shopper. Post renovations are nice, but the clock tower should have been kept as it was so iconic.
  • Great place to shop. Friendly atmosphere and many shops to go to. The food court has a variety of food that tastes amazing. From North America to Asia and more. A variety of store like clothing, services, and games.
  • Its a pretty nice mall that's not too crowded. Its easy to be in and out without too much trouble. It has most bigger stores you're looking for plus some other ones that you can enjoy looking at. I don't normally like malls (what with online shopping) but if you need something right away, it's decent to come here and have a nice experience.

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Mississauga is best known for housing Toronto's airport-- most of the city's accommodations cluster just a few minutes from the terminal. If you're looking for a place to rest before your flight, you'll find a range of options on Dixon Road, to the north of the airport, or on Eglington Road West to the south. Don't expect much character--your options include mid-range chain hotels and basic inns, with little else on offer. You can find a handful of business-oriented hotels in the city itself, mainly located around Burnhamthorpe Road.
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