The following shops, services and boutiques are located on the Lobby and Avenues levels of the Toronto hotel:
- Elizabeth Milan Hotel Spa - Avenues level
- Fairmont Store - Lobby level
- Game Trek - Avenues level
- Great Canadian News Company - Avenues level
- Demarco-Perpich Florist - Avenues level
- Julius Vesz Pipesmith - Lobby level
- Lavender and Laces - Avenues level
- Lisa Chan Fine Jewellery & Watches - Avenues level
- Must Have by T.K. - Avenues level
- Penny Loafers Shoe Shine Company - Avenues level
- The Men's Salon - Avenues level
- Tailgate Headquarters - Avenues level
- The Ticket House - Avenues level
- Treasure Box - Lobby level
Local Area Shopping
There are many exciting Toronto shopping areas near The Fairmont Royal York, such as the Eaton Centre, Queen's Quay Terminal, Old Town Toronto and Bloor & Yorkville.
This mall has a spectacular glass galleria that soars above a great selection of over 285 shops, restaurants and services. Following are some of the stores that it offers:
- The Bay
- Nine West
- Banana Republic
- Birks Jewellers
- H20 Plus
For more information, please visit the Eaton Centre's website.
Queen's Quay Terminal
This is an exciting place to shop and visit since it's located at Toronto's Harborfront district with different shops, restaurants and services.
Old Town Toronto
Hockey Hall of Fame, St. Lawrence Market and the Home Décor District are combined with many pubs and heritage buildings, just east of Yonge St.
These two streets are Toronto's most fashionable shopping area. This area of the city is home to over 700 shops, restaurants, galleries and museums. Following are some of the stores available:
- Tiffany & Co.
- Holt Renfrew
- Cole Haan
Underground Shopping Network (PATH)
An indoor shopping area that stretches between Dundas Street and Front Street, and from University Ave. to Yonge Street. Approximately 1,100 shops and many restaurants, are all linked together under downtown Toronto. Most stores on the PATH close in the early evening and are closed on weekends.
GST Rebate Information
Changes to Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) Visitor Rebate Program
On March 19, 2007, the Government of Canada confirmed their intention to eliminate the GST/HST Visitor Rebate Program and announced the introduction of the Foreign Convention and Tour Incentive Program.
For more information, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.