Comfort Inn Toronto North
66 Norfinch Dr.
North York, ON M3N 1X1
Phone: (416) 736-4700
Fax: (416) 736-4842
66 Norfinch Dr., North York, ON, CA, M3N 1X1
- Phone: (416) 736-4700
- Fax: (416) 736-4842
Be amazed at the cutting edge and innovative furniture on display at Ikea, the furniture superstore. From sofas, coffee tables and lighting options to bookshelves, kitchen installations and textiles, you'll find everything you'll possibly need for your home here. Apart from simply selling their products, there's a helpful consultant service where you can take ideas and advice on furnishing your home or office. Kids are in for a treat with a number of specially designed areas and rooms to play while the parents shop in peace. The in-store restaurant which offers light meals is a good option to take a break before browsing for more.
Dr. Flea's Flea Market is touted to be the largest of its kind in the city. This weekend market was established in 1987 and features an indoor and outdoor shopping area. From collectibles to cosmetics, home products to clothing, comic books to records and food stalls to farmer's market, there is plenty to shop about. You will also find nail salons, hairdressers, bakeries, poultry and delis. With more than 400 vendors, you will definitely get bargain deals here.
At 1.6 million square feet (0.148 square metres), Yorkdale Shopping Centre is among the largest shopping centers in Canada. Shopaholics will be thrilled to find more than 250 of Toronto's most fashionable stores at their disposal to hunt for some of the best apparel and accessories. Its year round customer service programs include gift wrapping, free strollers and wheelchairs, faxing service, valet parking and car cleaning, external security patrols and a lost and found service.
Set in an area surrounded by parks, on the prominent Rexdale Boulevard, the Woodbine Shopping Centre offers a mega-treat for those who love shopping and entertainment. This mega shopping center has two levels that house some of the world's most famous and first-rate stores and brands. You will find Sears, Anna Bella, and Zellers, among others. This mega center also has cinemas, department stores, a food court which has some very decent and known restaurants serving your favorite foods, and even banks, so you never run out of cash. The Woodbine Shopping Centre also houses 'Fantasy Fair', which is an amusement park with exhilarating rides at reasonable prices. The center also organizes various events that change according to the season and the occasion. Please see the website for further information.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Opened in 2004, Vaughan Mills is an enclosed shopping center with more than 200 retail shops of renowned brands as well as a number of options for dining and entertainment, under one roof. The mall comprises major retailers and stores like Bass Pro Shops, Winners, Toys "R" Us, Holt Renfrew, Home Outfitters and several others. From expensive clothes or accessories to advanced electronic products, Vaughan Mills caters to every visitors' needs. Apart from shopping, the mall also houses restaurants, bars and entertainment options that will make you want to come back for more. Visit their website for more information.
At Promenade, you can enjoy shopping at a leisurely pace and you are surely spoiled for choice. Featuring variety of stores, from ladies apparel to departmental stores, this mall has it all. For the complete store directory and list of services offered, please check the website.
The Centerpoint Mall in North York, is one of the largest in all of Toronto. Until a few years ago, a cinema which was very popular existed but unfortunately it gave way to make more space for retailers. As of now the mall is replete with jewelery and accessory stores, men and women fashion shops, restaurants, spas, florists, home decor shops, books, music, stationery shops and more. Check the website for fun events that are held often.
Locals swear by the magnificent bookstore Chapters, located in Bayview Village. Part of the Indigo Books and Music, Chapters stocks mostly all popular book titles. You will find rare books that many might have forgotten and the famous ones too. Children's toys, gift items, music CDs , DVDs and more are up for grabs at this huge bookshop. Call ahead to know more.
Founded in 1984 by Albertan John Stanton in the living room of an Edmonton home, this store in the uptown Yonge-Eglinton area is now one of the 26 stores across Canada. A store for runners run by runners, it offers a broad selection of brand name shoes and apparel. More importantly, it features the high technology in footwear sales-the Adidas Footscan system. The foot scan is a high-detail digital force platform that provides a full analysis of foot strike forces. This new system is said to help determine the best running shoe for you. So pull up your socks, slip in your shoes and run along!
This internationally-based retailer, located at the Yonge, carries trendsetting men and women fashions. Club Monaco designs its own products, including clothing, accessories, watches, jewelery and cosmetics. If you are looking for sophisticated yet comfortable clothes, you could wear to work or around the house, the store surely has something for you from trousers, shirts, skirts and blouses to T-shirts, bags and jackets. There are 17 Club Monaco locations in the Greater Toronto area. So grab your collection now!
Off The Cuff is definitely Toronto's best kept secret for designer men's wear. This Mecca of Armani, Hugo Boss, Etro, Gucci, Pal Zileri, Canali and Prada is only steps from Eglinton Station and specializes in designer wear and hard to find sizes. With quality this high at prices so low, it's a buyer’s market for the style conscious and budget aware man. Buyers beware, Off The Cuff does not sell underwear, socks or pajamas, nor do they sell out of style clothing simply because it carries a designer tag. Call or visit their website to find out more.