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Park Ln, London HA9 0FD, UK – 0871 200 2000
Good cinema, my local. Everything is fresh as it's still new so it helps! The seats however are smaller than Vue and not as comfortable but when using tastecard plus and getting tickets for £8 I will not complain! Popcorn is great. Roll over hotdogs are great too! My favourite!! Staff are nice and friendly Lots of screens and does all types of viewings..parking also a £1 an hour so that helps too. Make sure you get it validated before you leave the cinema!
There was a mix-up when my family & I came to a movie that we had booked online. However the staff sorted it out immediately & we were able to watch without a hassle! Thank you for being so patient and willing to help us!
191 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED, UK – 020 7908 9696
It is truly a luxury experiance. We watched the post on a bed with blankets and long cushions. The staff was so nice and welcoming. There is a bar just next door where you can wait and have a few drinks and some food before the show. I would advise booking ahead of time as it is a popular venue for regular and one time movie goers.
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!
194B Chamberlayne Rd, Kensal Green, London NW10 3JU, UK – 020 3011 5523
Love this little cinema. Atmosphere inside is great and there's a bar so you can have a couple of drinks (or a bottle of wine!) while watching a film. I much prefer this cinema to large, impersonal chains. The staff are lovely and the tickets are very reasonably priced.
One of my two favourite independent cinemas in London (the other one is The Prince Charles)! Lovely staff, cosy bar, beer garden and screening room. Love sitting at the balcony! It is a must visit!
Royale Leisure Park, Western Ave, Park Royal South, London W3 0PA, UK – 0345 308 4620
Good acoustics in the cinema halls, and there are several halls for different films. More comfortable seats with extra leg room are available at extra cost, but they're positioned at the optimum height for watching movies. The main advantage of this place is the parking. Watch a film, have a meal in a restaurant on the Park Royal complex afterwards. Overall, always a nice day out. Family friendly and fair to good toilet facilities.
Amazingly huge complex. I like looking up at the reflection ceiling while I am waiting in line to book my tickets. Normally get mixed popcorn but once I cheekily decided to order 1/4 sweet, 1/4 salty, 1/4 sweet and 1/4 salty and they happily obliged.
1 Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley HA9 0TG, UK
A nice cinema to visit when you're at the London Designer Outlets. Its got many screens and it's clean, but it's also quite pricey. 2D movies will set you back around £13, 3D movies from £15 (more if you need 3D glasses), and even more for D-Box.
This Cineworld cinema is definately one of the better ones. There are 9 screens and Dbox is and option too. They have Baskin Robins and a Starbucks inside the cinema. It used to be the best cinema with all the staff happy, but recently the staff seem miserable, Cineworld; you need to fix that. The other reason for the loss of a star is that the toilets stink! They need a thorough clean air fresheners! It is a bit over priced but if you buy the Cineworld monthly membership card (like me) then it's not too bad and you can watch as many movies and as many times as you like. Other than that there is no trouble here from the public and they show Hindi and Tamil movies too for those that wish to watch those!
291 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2QA, UK – 020 7229 4179
Went here for the pop up snow cinema - whilst it was a nice concept the volume of snow wasn't as much I would have imagined for the £20 ticket price and the seats were just normal seats. There were no blankets as promised. Cute entrance into the cinema room though - through the wardrobe into Narnia!
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