Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto

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Browse through an extensive range of brands at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, a mall that dedicates itself to offering the latest and best in fashion. The complex was originally built in 1964 and has been constantly expanding, with modern renovations making it the fifth largest mall in Canada. The complex is known for featuring world-renowned fashion labels and high-end luxury brands. Foodwise, the mall offers a food court as well as upscale restaurants, and it also has a movie theater. Consider catching a ride to the mall on the subway so you don't have to worry about parking. Make Yorkdale Shopping Centre a centerpiece of your Toronto vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Toronto trip builder app .
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  • It's true there are many stores out of reach for the average person. but this place is like staying in a 5 star hotel.Everything is done up to the T's. Even the washrooms are nice and high end. There ...  more »
  • We went to Yorkdale last night to meet up with family at a restaurant. We drove westbound on the 401 to get there. I could not believe how hard it was to drive there. I've never experienced anything l...  more »
  • We visited the mall on a Saturday. The mall itself is quite nice, with lots of high end retailers and well managed queues to enter said retailers. For a mall as busy as it was, it was quite spacious i...  more »
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  • The addition is fully finished with a few other stores upgrading. It is one great shopping centre. Having many US stores gives you anything you could ever want from shopping for yourself, getting a gift that would be so different than most, to getting a free makeover at many of the exclusive makeup boutiques. Take the time to spend half a day shopping, enjoy some wonderful dishes & maybe take in a movie.
  • Yorkdale is one of my favourite malls. However, it is a challenge to find a parking spot. The mall is always busy no matter what day or what time of day. But I love it because the selection of stores are endless and the selection in food ranges from very low (food court) to a finer dining experience (connecting restaurants). The mall offers valet parking for a price, however if you are shopping at some of the higher end stores and you are a regular customer, with an appointment at these select stores, there are options for complimentary valet parking. Yorkdale is a flagship mall, meaning majority of the brands have their largest stores in this mall. You won't leave empty-handed. If you are looking for a particular style or item you're sure to find it when visiting Yorkdale.
  • I feel a little weird reviewing a mall, but Yorkdale is no ordinary mall. The largest in the Commonwealth when built, it declines to rest on its laurels, and instead is continually upping it's game. Additions and renovations have attracted high-end anchor stores and boutiques. Every imaginable product and service can be found in its vast atria.The design throughout is chic and appealing. Easy to get to: there's a subway station, a GO bus terminal, and many acres of indoor and outdoor parking. I'm not a shopper, but I still can fully recommend Yorkdale.
  • A very large mall in suburban Toronto. An incredibly busy and popular location, with an emphasis on high end retail. Though are shopping options for all budgets. Easily one of the most popular shopping malls in all of Canada. Easy highway access, though the roads leading in and out can get pretty congested. Parking is extensive, but even so, finding a spot during the weekend, can almost be impossible. This place is an absolute zoo during the Christmas rush. Yorkdale rivals the Eaton Centre, as Toronto's most iconic shopping destination.
  • I come here every week for years. I've seen how the mall expand and stores. I enjoy walking around and shopping at most times. I almost know the people in my regular store that I go to it really is an amazing place to go to. But the only negative i notice is the washroom at the foodcourt, its always dirty and smelly. I prefer they thoroughly clean that all the time. And pay attention to it more because people are in and out on that area more often. That's all.

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