The Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites is located within a short driving distance from the following shopping centres:
Within 15 minutes of hotel
Originally opened as one of the first fully-enclosed malls in Toronto, in late 2008 the Fairview Mall re-opened after a $90 million CAD renovation. Following the renovation, new store-openings included Sephora, Hollister, Forever 21 along with the modern Cineplex SilverCity. The mall also offers a personalized style program offering clients personal shopping sessions and other customized services.
As the largest mall in neighboring Richmond Hill, Ontario the Hillcrest Mall offers easy access to over 115 stores and specialty shops including Aldo, BCBG Max Azria, the Body Shop, HMV, Sony Style and West 49.
Promenade Shopping Centre
Also called the Promenade Mall features over 175 retail outlets including the second Aroma Espresso Bar in Canada. The centre includes large-scale retail stores such as T & T Supermarket, The Children's Place, American Eagle Outfitters and Coach, along with a Rainbow Cinema.
Scarborough Town Centre
As one of the largest shopping centres in Toronto, while walking through the Scarborough Town Centre make sure you catch the Scarborough Walk of Fame. Recent inductees include Olympic Hockey player Vicky Sunohara, hip-hop artist Wes Williams and Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley among others. The centre is currently anchored with The Bay, Wal-Mart, Old Navy and a Famous Players Coliseum cinema.
Mixing fashion-forward concept stores with factory outlets, Vaughan Mills is a paradise for shoppers on any budget with a visit to stores such as H&M, Benetton Outlet, PINK by Victoria Secret or Pinstripe. For those looking for a bit more excitement, head over to Hollywood's Lucky Strike Lanes, Bass Pro Outdoor World, Nascar SpeedPark or the world's largest Pro Hockey Life.
Markville Shopping Centre
After a recent extensive renovation, the Markville Shopping Centre is anchored with category stores such as The Bay, Best Buy, Sears and SportChek. Additionally, the wildly popular restaurant chains or East Side Mario's and Swiss Chalet have debuted as standalone locations.
North America's largest indoor Asian mall with over 400 stores; it is a shopping attraction that incorporates a traditional Pacific market style.
Downtown Toronto Shopping Malls
Toronto Eaton Centre
One of Toronto's top tourist attractions, with around one million visitors per week, the Toronto Eaton Centre is also the fourth-largest mall in Canada. One of the most prominent features in the mall are hanging fiberglass Canada Geese named Flight Stop and is the work of artist Michael Snow. Shoppers can peruse stores such as Apple, the Bay, bebe, Talbots or grab a bite at any of the many restaurants.
Operating as one of Canada's most forward-thinking malls, Yorkdale is the chosen location for new stores looking to break into the Canadian market. Such stores have included Apple, Bath & Body Works, Crate and Barrel, GEOX, Mango and Victoria's Secret. Catering to high-end shoppers, other tenants include Tiffany & Co., Armani Exchange and BOSS stores.