VOX Cinemas at Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates launches private dining

The Majid Al Futtaim-backed collaboration is the first of its kind in the region

VOX Cinemas at Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates
VOX Cinemas at Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

In a new Majid Al Futtaim-backed project, Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates and VOX Cinemas have joined forces to launch a private cinema experience.

A hotel first in the region, the private cinema can be personalised according to guests’ requirements and consists of two distinct areas – a screening room equipped with 15 seats; and a lounge area featuring a bar and dining area. Waiter service is part of the experience and guests can choose from a premium food and beverage menu with dishes and drinks prepared to order throughout their four-hour stay. 

Food options include mezze platters, premium French cheese selections, juicy burgers, grilled meats and seafood, and fresh salads as well as a range of desserts. The extensive beverage menu includes a range of blended cocktails and mocktails as well as soft drinks.

A package at VOX Cinemas @ Kempinski, which includes complimentary soft drinks and popcorn, starts from AED 3,000. Additional food and beverage packages are also available as add-on options.

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