Centrum Chodov is a shopping mall located in the Prague district Chodov in the Czech Republic. It was opened in 2005, and is the second largest shopping mall in the Czech Republic, with retail area of 58 600 m² and more than 237 shops. From 2015, it is being expanded, and in autumn 2017, after opening of new part it will be the largest shopping center in a Czech Republic, with retail area around 100 000 m² and 296 shops. The owner of Centrum Chodov is European company Unibail-Rodamco.
There is free WiFi throughout Centrum Chodov. It features fashion shops, perfume and makeup boutiques, fast-food restaurants, cafes, restaurants, flower shops, bookstores, jewelry boutiques, electronic shops, sporting goods, dry cleaners, shoe repair services and other. The mall also features banks, travel agencies, mobile phone operators, children's corners, and hairdressers. Worldwide fashions shops can be found here (Adidas, AJ Armani Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, H&M, Zara, Swarovski, Sephora, Nike, Foot Locker) as well as traditional Czech brands.
The building is directly connected to Chodov metro station on Prague's Metro Line C. On Roztylská street, at the exit of the metro, there are bus lines 115, 135, 154, 177 and 197 (as January 2017).
It is located next to motorway D1 leading to the center of Prague and on the other side to the Czech cities of Brno and Ostrava. Under Centre Chodov, there are 3 levels of parking, with a total capacity of 2,667 vehicles.