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Spanning three city blocks above and under ground, this shopping center will leave mall lovers reeling with consumption-induced joy. Located in the centre of the downtown action, this popular place has nearly every store and service. From cosmetics, gifts and souvenirs to kids clothing, flowers and furniture, it's here. Some of the notable stores include Mexx, Holt Renfrew, Banana Republic and the ubiquitous Gap. The upscale Holt Renfrew department store is on site, and the large food fair offers everything from tacos to sushi.
This was where the original German community in Vancouver shopped. Robsonstrasse, as it was formerly known, was lined with delis, bakeries and restaurants. Today, Robson Street one of the city's most fashionable shopping streets: Alfred Sung, Salvatore Ferragamo, Chanel, Rodier Paris and Stephane de Raucourt are just some of the big names in this urban shopping destination. Options for grabbing a bite abound. Find everything from schnitzel to sushi along this bustling thoroughfare. It is also cruising central in the summertime, with cars and sidewalks filled with people enjoying the warm summer air.
This upscale underground shopping center is attached to the deluxe Waterfront Centre Hotel. If you're staying in the area and looking for a place to grab a quick bite, convert some cash or pick up a gift; this elegant mall will most likely meet your needs. It has a small food court, fashion and accessory boutiques, postal outlet, currency exchange and gift stores. There are many other services for more convenience.
The biggest shopping center in the city, Oakridge located about 20 minutes outside of Downtown. The complex includes shops like Banana Republic, MaxMara, Aritzia and two major department stores: The Bay and Zellers. Other major fashion brands are also represented, and the mall also contains a multiplex movie theater, babysitting services and a large food fair. The tower above the mall has business offices, a large pharmacy, dentists, doctors and other medical services.
Capilano Mall is the second largest shopping center in this region and features a variety of stores that include names like Sears, Walmart and so forth. For a complete list of shops and other information, check website.
This big and cheerful shopping mall is located in an affluent city suburb. It has in excess of 280 stores and services, including department stores, public market, huge food court, bowling alley and golf driving range. Major fashion retail outlets are here as well as services like a deli, butcher and drugstore. Blue Ruby, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Tommy Bahama and House of Knives are just a few of the stores you can shop at.
The Yaohan Centre in the Golden Village part of Richmond is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience with over 75 stores and eateries. Find everything from home goods to clothes and books to feng shui. One of the main stores at this mall is the Osaka Supermarket, an enormous grocery store that offers foods and products from around Asia. Osaka Supermarket operates later hours than the mall, so be sure to call ahead for hours.
Situated in the southern suburbs of the city, this gigantic mall is an Asian delight with a western appeal. The mall has over 150 stores and services and caters to a large number of shoppers everyday too. Though the primary customer of the mall are Asian Canadian, it attracts plenty of western customers and tourists too. The mall has lifestyle shops selling designer clothing for both men and women, arts and home decor, book store, gift shops, electronics, sporting goods, beauty and cosmetics. A must-visit mall to check-out chic Asian kitsch and souvenirs. There are plenty of restaurants at their food-court where you can dine after a day of shopping!
This shopping center is probably best described as an indoor village booming with consumer activity. From vitamins to fast food, tuxes to sneakers, you'll find it all here. It has more than 450 shops and three department stores, as well as multiplex theaters, restaurants, business offices, a library, dental clinic, banks, spas, and realtors. It can be a bit overwhelming at first if you aren't accustomed to giant malls. Late hours and 4,000 parking spots make it even more accessible.
The Richmond Centre is a one-stop shopping extravaganza outside of Vancouver with 240 stores and eateries. Shop at your favorite stores, like The Bombay Company, Banana Republic, Sunglass Hut, Roots, HMV, Mexx and much more. Chow down on a burger at McDonald's or sip on some hot cup of coffee at Tim Hortons. Richmond Centre will guarantee you a day full of shopping, eating and a whole lot of fun for your family and friends.
This is one of the two shopping centers located close to the Lougheed Highway. The center is a block away from the main artery, at the corner of Austin Avenue and North Road. Larger than the near-by Brentwood Mall, it has more than 185 stores and services including anchor stores like The Bay, Walmart and H&M, Safeway supermarket and a Cineplex. If you're hungry, enjoy some burgers at A & W or get some coffee and donuts at Tim Hortons.
Coquitlam Centre is a huge shopping mall that features multitude of shops like Future Shop, Target, Apple, Old Navy and so forth. For a complete list of stores, check website.