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The CF Rideau Center is a massive shopping center located in Downtown Ottawa. With three levels of over 200 luxury brand stores, restaurants and services, it is a great place to power shop or simply spend a relaxed day. Dispersed among the regular slate of chain stores like the Disney Store and Eddie Bauer are several specialty shops that are worth a visit : Miss Tiggy Winkles, a toy store with something for kids of all ages; Ottawa Souvenir and Gifts, which sells everything from maple candy to t-shirts and the Canadian Geographic Shop. The shopping center is set in a complex which also houses the luxurious Westin Hotel, Ottawa Convention Center and a perfectly manicured rooftop park.
The Billings Bridge Plaza is a popular shopping center located along Riverside Drive East. Also one of the oldest in the city, the plaza was opened in 1954. Although it is not as large as many other malls in the city, it still fulfills most needs one sets out with, as it includes various kinds of stores such as retail outlets for clothes, makeup, jewelry and shoes, grocery stores, sports stores and much more. All that roaming around is bound to leave you tired, head to the food court, choose from one of the many restaurants and stands and enjoy the meal of your choice.
This center is quite popular with cinema-goers and shoppers alike. As well as unique specialty shops, the mall boasts popular chain stores like Toys 'R Us, Club Monaco, The Gap, Athlete's World and Sport Chek. Sears and The Bay are the two main department stores. Located off the Queensway at St Laurent Boulevard, the shopping center is only a few minutes' drive from downtown Ottawa.
This West End mall is perfect for power shopping or just spending the day browsing. Located just off the Queensway, on Bayshore Drive, parking at Bayshore Shopping Centre is hassle-free, and you'll find plenty of chain stores (The Gap, Club Monaco, Crabtree & Evelyn and Eddie Bauer, just to name a few), specialty shops and a large grocery store to meet your shopping needs. There is also an extensive food court and the mall often hosts sidewalk sales that cater to the bargain hunter.
This aesthetically pleasing shopping center is worth visiting simply to marvel at the modern architecture. There are over 200 shops targeting the entire family, including major department stores such as The Bay and Walmart. Parents can shop in peace; babysitting is offered in a delightful YMCA play area. Other mall services include stroller and wheelchair loan, meeting rooms and family changing areas. One reason to choose Place d'Orléans over other Ottawa shopping areas is the ample parking.