Centre Court Shopping Centre
4 Queens Road, London SW19 8YE
- Wimbledon Park Station (1.2 km)
- Wimbledon Station (<0.1 km)
- Wimbledon (<0.1 km)
- Contact us:
020 8944 8323
- Opening hours:
Mon - Weds 9am-7pm
15 reviews of Centre Court Shopping Centre in English
I visited Centre Court after visiting a friend in Wimbledon was really impressed. It has a great range of stores and was most surprised to see a Apple shop in the middle. Its not an Apple Store as its called Stormfront but the store had everything there. Kept me busy whilst the wife went shopping in H&M!
good shopping centre although not the biggest. Has a good range of shops mainly clothing and accessories. Food court on the top floor with mainly fast food and cafe. Great location next to Wimbledon station.
I think that this is a pretty good shopping centre considering the location. Its a very good place to pop into on the way home as a lot of people living in Wimbledon or the surrounding areas would probably be coming via Wimbledon station anyways which is right next to it.
The shops within the shopping centre are quite small though so good for a wander but not great if you want more choice. For that I would suggest the Tandem Centre which is nearby with a selection of very large stores such as Boots. Would still recommend Centre Court though! ;)
This is a really nice shopping center to go.There is a big debenham in the far end,also many fashion shops around.On the top level,also had cafe and nice eating place.Just nearby was M&S and Tesco,also there was nice sushi kiosk and some candy outlet.I like this shopping center a lot and more important,it was just outside the station.Really great shopping place to go.
If you are not looking for anything particular but just want to stroll around some shops then Centre Court is good for that. You can do the whole thing in under two hours. The Gap and H&M are probably the best stores in here. The Debenhams is small and doesn’t have the same young fashion concessions.
This is a good sized shopping centre in the heart of Wimbledon, right next to the train station. It has a good selection of shops - most of the usual suspects such as Debenhams, Gap, Boots etc. On two levels, it also contains the Wimbledon branch of the children’s play company 'Gymboree’. I personally think it would be better with a bigger M&S (currently has just a food branch), but generally a good place to shop.
This is a decent sized shopping centre with the usual shops over three floors, there is a big debenhams at the far end and several other clothes shops. There is a biggish Boots and Superdrug as well as shops such as the Natural World and the Pier and a small Marks and Sparks. There is probably something for everyone including a good food court on the upper level which sells a good variety of food including jacket potatos, sandwiches, burgers and a proper cafe/restaurant.
This is a nice medium size shopping centre and there are a few brand named shops here. I would definitely say that the majority of the shops are aimed at women and not that many shops are for men to view but when you are outside the shopping centre the main popular shops are just outside. It is close to the train station so you don’t have to walk far to go shopping and because it’s close to the train line you can always hop on a train after your shopping and travel some where else.
A pleasant enough mid-sized shopping mall. Top heavy on clothing stores, especially for women. Includes a food court on the top level which is always heaving with people at the weekend and fairly busy other times. Right next door to Wimbledon station, so transport links by train and tube are good. Also served by lots of buses at stops outside.
Centre Court Shopping Centre in Wimbledon has a good range of shops, based on a mid size debenhams. It has 3 levels with a food court on the top which has Macdonalds and pontis. The main ground floors and a good boots,tesco and m&S food only.
Its the main shopping area in wimbledon and is all under covering it has a few seating areas which people do eat lunch.
This centre court has nothing to do with tennis:-)
Good selection of shops, H&M, Officers Club, Superdrug, Gap, New Look amoungst many others. Just be sure to try and avoid those trying to sell you overly priced manicure sets in the centre.
This is a good place for women to shop but has virtually no shops of interest for men! If you want to go shopping as a couple you will need to visit Elys for some clothes for him. For ladies it is quite good with Oasis, Miss Selfridge, River Island, Debenhams, Bay Trading Co, Warehouse, Accessorise, New Look, H&M and many more!
Conveniently situated slap-bang in the middle of Wimbledon’s High Street, and right next-door to the tube and train station, this is a spacious place to shop to your heart’s content, stop for a coffee or light lunch or indulge in a pampering treat or two. There is indoor parking on two levels and cash machines also available, for added convenience.
Shops include Debenhams (on both levels), Boots, Ann Summers, Accessorize, a mini M&S Food Store and a Tesco Express, plus a host of fashion outlets including Gap, H&M, La Senza and Oasis. There is also a food court on the upper floor and a terrace restaurant. Basically just about everything you could need, all under one roof!
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