With 240 popular stores and restaurants, Richmond Centre is one in all Vancouver’s top shopping experiences. Located in downtown Richmond, across from the hotel, this Vancouver area shopping mall offers a fun mix of department stores, boutiques, and specialty stores like Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Sears, Banana Republic, Guess, Nike Store, Old Navy, The Bay, Sport Chek, Sunglass Hut, Swarovski, the Gap and Tommy Hilfiger. Enjoy dining at restaurants including Tim Hortons, Shi-Art Chinese Cuisine and White Spot.
Golden Village – 1.5 km
4151 Hazelbridge Way
Home to Richmond’s Asian shopping malls, the Golden Village offers jewelry stores and shops with the most recent designer fashions from Hong Kong, Tokyo and Taipei. Aberdeen Centre offers a multicultural “East meets West” shopping, dining and entertainment experience with 160 stores, musical fountain shows and exciting weekend festivities. Parker Place Mall is the most popular Asian mall in the region with 150 stores and the perfect Asian food court in Richmond. For the adventurous shopper, enjoy a face reading, foot massage, or tea ceremony or sample the Asian delicacies at the courts.
Steveston Village offers a fun blend of history, shopping and culture. Meander through the Village to art galleries, shops, and unique gift boutiques tucked in between historic buildings. Browse for bargains at the second-hand stores full of antique treasures and kitche, or buy fresh fish off the boats at Fisherman’s Wharf. Whether purchasing for travel wear, gifts or homegoods, Steveston offers wonderful stores including A Monkey Tree Emporium, Bliss, Canoe Pass Gallery, ARTISANS’ GALLERIA, Lofty Living Furniture Co, Splash Toy Shop, and Prickly Pear Garden Center.
Robson Street – 15 km
The hottest place in Vancouver to shop, dine and play, Robson Street is probably the most famous shopping street in British Columbia. The three-block shopping strip of downtown Vancouver is lined with high-fashion boutiques, gift shops, music and book stores, and trendy restaurants and bars. For serious Vancouver shopping, Robson Street offers great stores such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Roots, and Lululemon Athletica. Spend your day shopping, lunching or people watching on an outdoor patio or coffeehouse. Enjoy delicious cuisine at the city’s most celebrated restaurants. At night, the lively streetscape is alive with street performers and entertainment. Robson is the road to see and be seen.
Granville Island Public Market – 13 km
1689 Johnston Street
An island escape in the center of Vancouver, Granville Island is an urban oasis buzzing with an eclectic mixture of boutiques, shops, art galleries, studios, markets, theaters and waterfront restaurants and cafes. Stroll through the famous Public Market lined with exotic flavours and fresh produce, meats, fish, and baked goods. The general public Market also features tea, wine, kitchenware and unique arts and crafts, pottery, books, clothing, glassware, and beads. Check out the kids Market or enjoy lunch within the waterfront courtyard. From cool shops and art exhibits to street festivals and sidewalk performers, Granville Island is a playful shopping experience in downtown Vancouver.
Pacific Center Mall -14 km
701 West Georgia Street
Spanning three blocks in downtown Vancouver, Pacific Center is a shopping utopia on the cutting-edge of fashion. Vancouver’s premier shopping destination, Pacific Center features more than 140 shops and the world’s most popular brands, including Coach, Holt Renfrew, Juicy Couture, Harry Rosen, MaxMara, Hugo Boss, Bose, The Gap, Hollister, Michael Kors, Sephora, Apple, Coach, Browns Shoes, and Sport Chek/Atmosphere. Out-of-town shoppers in Vancouver that spend $200 at Pacific Centre retailers receive a special gift!
Chinatown – 16km
Chinatown is a vibrant destination for Vancouver shopping, dining and cultural experiences that honor the Chinese culture in BC. Walk through the China Gate to a heritage buildings, shops and restaurants and enjoy Chinese food, authentic crafts and street performers. The heritage area around Main Street offers shops with ginseng and green tea, fine embroidered linens, silk robes, exotic fresh produce and traditional Chinese tableware and cooking utensils. Experience the natural apothecaries and herbalists in Chinatown, and savor freshly-prepared Asian delicacies like roasted duck and moon cake. The summer weekend night markets are a blast with imported goods and take-out food.