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58 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 6QW, UK – 0333 321 0104
Great place to watch a movie. Cozy viewing rooms and good service. The bar serves coffee and drinks and the snacks are good. High quality cinema experience all around.
Good cinema, good bar area snacks and food. Large screens. Seats are close to screen and not enormous shaving between seats for those over six foot. Overall very pleasant cinema.
191 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 2ED, UK – 020 7908 9696
Best cinema experience! Front bed was great choice - we could take our drinks with us on a nice tray and had cosy blankets and cushions :) the cinema hall looks like a theatre inside which creates vintage feel. American diner next door were amazing: burgers arrive super-fast and cocktails were exceptional!
Not a big fan of cinemas but this is worth trying! With a retro vibe and good movies makes a great place for a night out or a date. It's very unique with sofas and arm chairs. Each has a lamp and a blanket loads of room to strech, a bar in the back of the cinema and such a cosy feeling. Very easy to reach from Notting Hill station, tickets are accessible just make sure you book them online. Even the tickets are vintage! For an unique evening try this place will make you fall in love with the cinema
309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW, UK – 020 7911 5050
Compared to how it looked before renovations, I think the interior is a good blend of classic design with a modern touch. The cinema is small but during the times I've visited has never been full and my friends and I have usually had a whole row to ourselves. I like this as it doesn't feel like your typical cinema visit and on the whole, more enjoyable. Sometimes I wish they showed more recent releases as that's what I find more appealing.
Attended screening of Almost Christmas with Kush Films. Nice intimate cinema. We had a little party too. Nice place. Easy to get to. Free parking on single yellow lines after 6.30pm.
Chelsea, London SW1W 8AS, UK – 020 7565 5000
The royal court always presents an interesting and varied schedule of contemporary works. They also have amazing deals for younger visitors so I would definitely recommend signing up to their newsletter. The bar is also really cool, it feels like a bar in its own right rather than an appendage to the theatre. And it's so close (right next door) to the tube station... What more could you ask?
We only went to restaurant here. Had pre show meal which was very good. Quick service. Pricey wine.
87 Notting Hill Gate, Kensington, London W11 3JZ, UK – 0871 902 5731
A cozy vintage cinema, great movies and just simple setting. Sound system was very good compared to how old the cinema is. Tickets prices were fair, although the chairs felt bit rough after a while. The bar serves beers and wines, and the popcorn is not so bad. The bathroom was a disgrace, make sure u bring Ur own tissues. And the screen size wasn't that impresselive. All in all, it's easy, cozy, and would definitely be a regular.
Amazing one screen cinema in old theatre style. Best row’s for optimum viewing are K-P. The only toilet’s are IN the screen so if a film is on you won’t be able to use them but there’s a mcdonalds across the road. The bar area can seat only 6 and can get busy fast so get there early if you want a seat. They’re only seats in the window. No hot food is served but plenty of drinks and snacks are supplied. Picture supplied was taken from seat K5.
215 Sutherland Ave, Maida Vale, London W9 1RU, UK – 0871 906 9060
Beautiful small cinema with comfy sofas and a bar. Trouble is two of us brought two bottles of wine and drank them by mid beauty and the beast, cried and can't remember how it ended... Two bottles of wine is too much wine.
Nice alternative to large multiplex cinemas - you can bring in food and drinks and seats are very comfy! Screen size could be bigger though