As B.C. has successfully entered Phase 3 of their restart plan, McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport is excited to welcome back guests to the centre for a summer shopping experience that was worth the wait. With increased safety and cleaning measures, McArthurGlen continues to make the health and safety of its guests a number one priority.
If you’re looking to bask in the warmth of summer days ahead, look no further than McArthur Glen’s stunning patio oasis. A hidden gem in Vancouver, these tucked away patios and terraces offer something for everyone and a way to enjoy the sunshine while you shop in a pristine setting.
Why not take your taste buds on a trip around the world at one of the internationally inspired cafés and restaurants. From fresh stone-baked pizza and superb al dente pasta from Bibo Pizzeria, to authentic Mexican from Hugo’s Tacos & Churros, eating al fresco has never tasted so good.
McArthurGlen is excited to add Versace to their long-list of retailers at the centre. Having recently opened their doors, the Versace store is the first location in Western Canada and is welcomed alongside other newly opened retailers like Tory Burch, Oak + Fort, Herschel Supply Co., Max Mara, Mackage and more.
There is no shortage of extra savings this summer and guests are encouraged to come down and browse as there are currently over 70 participating brands offering up to 70% off – now that’s a savings worth noting.
* To ensure the safety of all guests and staff, McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport has put in place the following health and safety measures:
Increased cleaning in public areas, washrooms and high touch points will continue as a key initiative to maintain the level of cleanliness required for a safer, more hygienic environment.
Due to government guidelines on social distancing, stores are required to limit customer numbers and systems are in place to monitor social distancing.
Contactless payment options are available and encouraged while shopping wherever possible.
As outlined by the Provincial Health Authority Restart Plan, masks are no longer mandatory, however, they are recommended in indoor public places for all people 12 and older who are not yet fully vaccinated. In addition, our brand partners reserve the right to require masks, please look out for signage and directions as indicated.
Media release and images provided by Laura-Ann Chong, Citizen Relations.