Toronto Premium Outlets®
Big city, big savings, amazing finds – a trip to Toronto simply isn’t complete without visiting Toronto Premium Outlets®. Located less than 30 miles (47 km) from downtown Toronto, this shopping mecca makes a desirable day-trip or overnight getaway from the hustle and bustle of Canada’s largest city.
Whether you’re seeking out wardrobe essentials or high-fashion splurges, you’ll find it all at this sleek, modern centre. Browse a unique mix of European, American and Canadian labels, with more than 80 designer and name-brand stores including Burberry, Coach, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF FIFTH, All Saints, Bench, Tory Burch, Ted Baker and Polo Ralph Lauren – with savings up to 65%.
Restaurants and Dining
From morning to night, you’ll find what you’re hungry for at Toronto Premium Outlets®. Start your shopping day with a coffee at Starbucks or Second Cup. For lunch or dinner, choose from Asian fare at Famous Wok or Umi of Japan; sandwiches at A&W All-American Food or Subway; pizza at Sbarro; or Mediterranean favourites at Villa Madina, a popular Canadian chain restaurant. You can also browse more than 150 varieties of tea from around the world at David’s Tea, and treat your sweet tooth at Lindt Chocolate.
Beyond the centre, there are a multitude of meal options in Halton Hills, Mississauga and Toronto, home to one of the most exciting culinary scenes in North America.
Things to do
With irresistible deals at more than 80 stores, the shopping at Toronto Premium Outlets® could keep you busy for days. If you’re visiting with kids, the centre’s play area is a great place for a shopping break (and complimentary Wi-Fi makes for happy parents, too). While you’re here, stop by Simon Guest Services to enquire about any special deals and promotions on offer during your visit.
Just outside the centre, the Halton Hills area offers a slice of small-town Canadian life. Browse farmers markets, and enjoy scenic hiking or cross-country skiing on the Bruce Trail along the Niagara Escarpment. Explore green spaces steeped in Canadian history at the Terra Cotta and Limehouse conservation areas. See works by Canadian artists at the Williams Mill Visual Arts Centre in the hamlet of Glen Williams. And just 45 minutes away by car, Toronto offers all the glamour and excitement of a cosmopolitan city – from world-class dining to museums to sky-high views atop CN Tower.
Where to stay
Fancy an overnight shopping getaway? We can help make your fashion dreams come true. There are numerous lodging options with a few miles of Toronto Premium Outlets®, from convenient chain hotels to inns with heaps of local character. A few of the great nearby options include:
- Stone Edge Estate Bed & Breakfast
- Best Western Halton Hills
- Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Mississauga West – Meadowvale
- Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Mississauga/Meadowvale
- Four Points by Sheraton Mississauga/Meadowvale
- Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale
There are many more accommodations for every budget in the neighbouring towns of Milton, Cambridge and Brampton. And if you don’t mind a short drive, Toronto’s superb hotels are just 45 minutes away by car.
Wherever you’re travelling from, Toronto Premium Outlets® is easily accessible. If you are arriving by car, there is ample parking in multiple car parks on all sides of the centre.
From Downtown Toronto:
Take Gardiner Expressway West from Bay Street, Yonge Street and Lake Shore Boulevard. Take ON-427 N to Hurontario Street in Mississauga. Take ON-401 West. Take Exit 328 Trafalgar Road. Use the right lane to turn onto Steeles Avenue, centre will be on right side.
From Niagara Falls, Ontario:
Follow Queen Elizabeth Way to Trafalgar Road/Halton Regional Road 3 in Oakville. Take Exit 118 from Queen Elizabeth Way/ON-403 W (Trafalgar Road). Use left two lanes to turn onto Trafalgar/Halton Regional Road 3. Centre will be on the right-hand side.
Shuttle Bus to Toronto Premium Outlets with daily pick-ups at Union Station and Hotel X in downtown Toronto.
Cash Points & Currency Exchange
Stores at Toronto Premium Outlets® accept most major credit and debit cards, but there is a cash point machine at the centre if you prefer paying that way (located outside Second Cup Coffee Co.).
For our international travellers, there are numerous currency exchange centres throughout the Toronto metro area, including at Toronto Pearson International Airport and at many major banks.