Visitors to London hoping to enjoy a more intimate cinema experience with their other half can do just that when booking tickets to The Lounge.
Located at the renowned Whiteleys shopping mall, The Lounge is open to adults only and combines a luxury dining service with the ability to watch all of the latest Hollywood blockbusters and the best of world cinema in a level of comfort that is not to be found elsewhere.
The London Evening Standard described The Lounge as: “A night at the movies with a luxurious twist!”
Indeed, guests can be assured a top-notch level of service when visiting The Lounge, with experienced waiting staff providing table service to the cinema area, with the intimate booths all adequately separated to ensure individuals calling for a top up on their wine or a bite of something delicious to eat during the showing will not impact on the enjoyment of others.
With capacity for up to 50 guests per screening, the seats all offer double the legroom of a traditional cinema seat and are fully reclinable. In addition, visitors can call for their waiter at the push of a button at any time during their stay.
An extensive ‘finger, fork and spoon’ menu is available for order either from the well-stocked bar – attached to the cinema – or from the visitor’s own seat, with dishes ranging from mushroom Wellington with wilted spinach, truffle oil and hollandaise sauce to banoffee pie with popcorn ice cream, caramelised popcorn and chocolate popping candy.
The cinema and bar areas are both fully air-conditioned and have a relaxed atmosphere that visitors will love, while they can also enjoy free Wi-Fi access and state-of-the-art audiovisuals when the curtains part and showings get underway.
Getting to The Lounge could also not be easier, with several nearby Underground Tube stops – Bayswater, Queensway, Notting Hill Gate, Lancaster Gate – as well as Paddington Railway Station just a few minutes’ walk from the cinema.
Screenings are scheduled throughout the day and into the evening, meaning visitors hoping to catch the latest films during their time in the capital can do so with a hint of luxury whenever best suits them.