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Les Cours Mont-Royal, Montreal
(4.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Although I can't say that I was a big Barbie fan as a child, I thought this exhibit was great. Barbies as far as the eye can see, in seemingly every incarnation. A few Ken thrown in for good measure. ...  more »
  • Not only did I pay for parking and not get reimbursed despite having my parking stamped at the spa, my car was broken into and my laptop, and other valuables were stolen while my car was parked there....  more »
  • If a desire to shop you take and your heart flows on the Cours Mont-Royal, don't forget the stairs in order to admire the architecture and chandeliers, especially the one at the top of the podium in parades. For the rest, mainly shops dedicated to lovers of fashion with good choices available. For a snack, what get their fill on the thumb in the DRC. Worth a look.
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  • outside of ogilvy, this is the high-end mall of downtown Montreal. the closest access point is via the peel metro station as it's right next to it otherwise, you have a fair share of walking if the starting point is McGill station. the mall is OK. it used to house club monaco which was the main reason I went here. there's holt renfrew but it's way out of my budget range that I simply don't bother. there's a dkny that wasn't bad. on the metro level, you can find interesting stores as well as the food court. as for the rest, there isn't much worth visiting. there's a bar on the 2nd floor which I can't really vouch for even though some POF speed dating events were hosted there. there's also since last spring the barbie exhibit which is permanent and free. its located by the first set of stairs you encounter if you are coming from peel station. its where the fountain is. anyway, if looking for somewhat high-end, this is the mall you need to go to
  • Very elegant. Place of birth for Cirque du Soleil. Connected to metro Peel and leading to Place Montreal Trust
  • Easy access as it's part of the Montreal underground. Beaucoup de locaux vides, many empty spaces, I guess rent is high... Most of the clothing stores aren't affordable for my wallet! The reasons I go there : LIQUID NUTRITION and SANDOUCHON!!!
  • Cours Mont Royal is a decent mall that is connected to the Montreal Trust. The stores are boutiques and pricier than the others, but the overall condition of the mall is decent at best, with some of the decor being outdated.
  • The food court has 2 exclusive joints. Sandouchon serves Peruvian sandwiches with yucca fries. Pick your favorite protein or go for the duck hearts! Atti serves Korean favorites like bulgogi and bibimbap.