Enjoy Arthouse Cinema in Mayfair

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Fans of arthouse cinema planning a visit to London and the exclusive location of Mayfair might like to catch a screening at one of the capital’s most luxurious movie venues.

Curzon Cinemas Mayfair

Founded more than 80 years ago and residing in an impressive grade II-listed property in the heart of Mayfair, Curzon Cinemas Mayfair is one of the capital’s oldest and most prestigious arthouse venues.

Guests are treated to 12 prestigious premieres at the cinema every year and showings take place daily of a wide selection of renowned international cinema offerings.

The facilities at the venue are truly second-to-none, with two screens capable of seating up to 300 and 100 guests respectively, both featuring excellent leg room, sliding screens to ensure privacy and impressive 11-metre screens on which to watch.

A fully-licensed bar can also be found on the premises, meaning visitors that fancy a drink either before or after the film can easily do so, while hot and cold food can also be ordered for those hoping to enjoy a bite to eat during their visit.

How to get there

Reaching Curzon Cinemas Mayfair really could not be easier for anyone hoping to catch a screening during their stay in the capital, with local transport links including Tube and Overground rail services, as well as buses.

Residing at 38 Curzon Street, the venue can be reached on the Tube either via Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines) or Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line only).

Overground rail can be found at the nearby London Charing Cross station and the main bus routes are 14, 19, 22, 36, 38, 73, 82 and 137, with the nearest stop at Hilton Park Lane.

Tickets and screenings

With peak and off-peak screenings daily, visitors can book tickets by getting in touch with Curzon Cinemas Mayfair box office or via their official website.

Admission will cost £9 for adults on Mondays to Fridays before 5pm (off-peak) and £15 during evenings and weekends (peak).

The cinema asks that all group bookings of nine or more guests be made in advance, while students, seniors and children can all get in at reduced rates during both peak and off-peak hours.

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