Grand Millennium Dubai opens in-house cinema

The new G movie theatre will show films exclusively for hotel guests

Families will soon be able to enjoy their own cinema viewing at the Grand Millennium Dubai
Families will soon be able to enjoy their own cinema viewing at the Grand Millennium Dubai

A new in-house cinema at the Grand Millennium Hotel Dubai will show three films a day on weekends and holidays at 11am, 3pm and 8pm.

Weekdays will have two screenings at 3pm and 8 pm. The daytime slots – 3pm on weekdays, and 11am and 3pm on weekends – will be dedicated to children’s films. The 8pm slot will feature classic films.

The cinema seats 12 people and the finish is premium and all-leather. While guests watch the films they will be offered a waiter service, and be able to order all sorts of foods, from classic snacks like popcorn, to larger bites like sandwiches, pizzas and shawarma. An assortment of hot and cold drinks can be ordered too at your seat.
 

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