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Bordered by Jeanne Mance Street, Saint Catherine, René Lévesque Boulevard and Saint-Urbain, Complexe Desjardins is a multi-functional arena that houses a shopping mall, corporate offices, and hotels in Montreal. Various commercial companies and government offices are located in this complex. Besides the commercial use, the complex is a great place to spend a day with its boutiques, restaurants, food courts and fitness center as well as the regular events that are hosted here.
Named after the now-defunct Eaton's, once one of Canada's most recognizable trademarks, this bright and airy complex still attracts shoppers in search of renowned brands, under one roof. Though not as big or famous as Toronto's landmark shopping center, Montreal's version boasts dozens of stores, two food courts and a multi-screen cinema. Shoppers will find every significant North American shopping chain, and many American visitors flock to Montreal Eaton Centre for the discounts offered by Canadian currency conversion. A day-long shopping-spree is bound to happen!
Rockland Center started in 1959 as a one-story structure and later was renovated to a three-storied building. The shopping center gained popularity after featuring in the famous horror series Are You Afraid of the Dark?, in 1990. Now, the shopping mall has stores like Michael Kors, Diesel, Zara, JACK & JONES, VERO MODA, H&M, Buffalo and many such high-end brands. The mall also has a food court for guests who wish to grab a meal.
Home to 225 stores, Place Versailles is one of the biggest local shopping center in the district of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. It initially opened in the 1960s with only 30 stores and has been expanded and renovated several times since, giving it its present grandeur. Today, the mall houses Famous Players movie theater, and outlets of renowned brands like Globo, Safari, Dollarama, Winners/Homesense, McDonald's and Style Exchange.
Cavendish Mall is a 250,000 square feet (23,000 square meters) shopping center that is perfect for a small get-away. The mall has many clothes and accessories stores for men, women and children. It has 3 salons and nail spa for a lovely makeover. Its movie theater, Cineplex Odeon, has two 3-D, eight standard screens. It is one of the best movie theaters in Montreal. This huge shopping mall has many eating outlets in the food court. Do not miss out on the express train running every Saturday and Sunday from the IGA Area.
An entertainment and shopping center on the outskirts of Montreal, Quartier DIX30 is an expansive shopping and entertainment district. The center features over 300 retail boutiques, dining and recreational spots including cinemas, spas, and restaurants. This lifestyle hub is a shopper's paradise and a great place to spend an afternoon of retail therapy. Cinema Cineplex, Hotel Alt, Breakout, and Spin Skatepark are a few of the top destinations here.
With around 300 stores, Carrefour offers you a delightful shopping experience. The shopping mall allows you to select from the best of brands like Aldo, Swatch, Spring and Amnesia among others. It also houses many food outlets and has a play area for kids. Truly fit for the kings, the architecture of the mall is also modern and is bound to dazzle. Step into this world of unadulterated fashion and class.
Place Rosemère is a large shopping mall in Rosemère. With over 200 retail outlets, the mall offers specialty products like clothing for men and women, fashion accessories, shoes, cosmetics, pharmacy among others. Take a break from all the shopping by having a quick meal in one of their restaurants from their food court. Check their website for sales and discounts.