Weekend Film Club: Luxury Cinema and Dining for Two at Firmdale Hotels

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Weekend Film Club: Luxury Cinema and Dining for Two at Firmdale Hotels

Various Central Locations, London

£90
  • Add a glass of Pommery Champagne for two people +
    £20
  • Add an extra guest +
    £45
Valid for 1 year

“The high standards of the cinema are clear” BA High Life

Why we love it

At Firmdale Hotels' "Weekend Film Club", movie buffs can enjoy the “Film of the Week” at one of three luxurious cinemas. Kick back in colourful leather armchairs, with complimentary popcorn, watching either a new release or classic film in state-of-the-art facilities.

What's Included?

  • Tickets for two to the 'Film of the Week' in the screening room at one of London's Firmdale Hotels (Soho, Charlotte Street or Covent Garden)
  • Shown each Saturday and Sunday, select from a range of new releases and beloved classics
  • Enjoy a meal before or after the movie in the hotel's restaurant, from choices including brunch, lunch, dinner, or afternoon tea
  • Service charge is included in the meal
  • See screening times for each hotel below

Exclusive to TRULY

  • Brunch, lunch or dinner bookings will receive complimentary petit fours and tea/coffee. Afternoon tea bookings will receive a complimentary Rik Rak candle to take home

Description

Each of Firmdale Hotels' boutique properties were designed by award-winning interior designer-and-owner Kit Kemp. Winner of the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year award, Kit and husband-owner Tim maintain that "Hotels should be living things, not stuffy institutions.” These hotels are known for their fresh and modern English style; high standards of excellence and unique townhouse décor.

Dubbed the “Weekend Film Club”, three of Firmdale's London properties show a "Film of the Week" each weekend in their state-of-the-art screening rooms, accompanied by a range of dining options in the hotel's vibrant restaurants.

Soho Hotel

Situated on a quiet mews in the heart of London’s entertainment district, the Soho Hotel was once called "The Most Glamorous Hotel in the World" by Tatler. Sink into chic red leather armchairs in screening room one, or soft cowhide in screening room two every Sunday afternoon. Enjoy a three-course dinner after the film, or a three-course lunch or afternoon tea before the screening in the hotel’s Refuel restaurant.

Charlotte Street Hotel

This beautifully decorated hotel is to be found in London’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood, minutes walk from the leafy Soho Square. Designer Kit Kemp has used a 'Bloomsbury Group' theme throughout the hotel which features original art from the period. The striking screening room with yellow-and-blue armchairs hosts films every Sunday. Dine in Oscar Restaurant; a trendy brasserie setting with an artistic mural reflecting scenes of 'contemporary London life'. The film is preceded by a three-course dinner, or a three-course lunch, dinner or afternoon tea on Sundays.

Covent Garden Hotel

The Covent Garden Hotel’s chic viewing room is perfect for those seeking a classy cinematic experience. Situated in the heart of the West End, the ambience is fittingly theatrical. Screenings are available twice on Saturdays, in an intimate screening room with deeply comfortable leather seating by Poltona Frau. Dine in Brasserie Max; a sumptuous room decorated in rich, plush fabrics, with a modern British menu based around fresh, seasonal produce. Early screenings (1pm) are preceded by a two-course brunch, served with a glass of Prosecco or a Bloody Mary. Evening screenings (8pm) are preceded by a two-course meal with a glass of wine.

Description

Each of Firmdale Hotels' boutique properties were designed by award-winning interior designer-and-owner Kit Kemp. Winner of the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year award, Kit and husband-owner Tim maintain that "Hotels should be living things, not stuffy institutions.” These hotels are known for their fresh and modern English style; high standards of excellence and unique townhouse décor.

Dubbed the “Weekend Film Club”, three of Firmdale's London properties show a "Film of the Week" each weekend in their state-of-the-art screening rooms, accompanied by a range of dining options in the hotel's vibrant restaurants.

Soho Hotel

Situated on a quiet mews in the heart of London’s entertainment district, the Soho Hotel was once called "The Most Glamorous Hotel in the World" by Tatler. Sink into chic red leather armchairs in screening room one, or soft cowhide in screening room two every Sunday afternoon. Enjoy a three-course dinner after the film, or a three-course lunch or afternoon tea before the screening in the hotel’s Refuel restaurant.

Charlotte Street Hotel

This beautifully decorated hotel is to be found in London’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood, minutes walk from the leafy Soho Square. Designer Kit Kemp has used a 'Bloomsbury Group' theme throughout the hotel which features original art from the period. The striking screening room with yellow-and-blue armchairs hosts films every Sunday. Dine in Oscar Restaurant; a trendy brasserie setting with an artistic mural reflecting scenes of 'contemporary London life'. The film is preceded by a three-course dinner, or a three-course lunch, dinner or afternoon tea on Sundays.

Covent Garden Hotel

The Covent Garden Hotel’s chic viewing room is perfect for those seeking a classy cinematic experience. Situated in the heart of the West End, the ambience is fittingly theatrical. Screenings are available twice on Saturdays, in an intimate screening room with deeply comfortable leather seating by Poltona Frau. Dine in Brasserie Max; a sumptuous room decorated in rich, plush fabrics, with a modern British menu based around fresh, seasonal produce. Early screenings (1pm) are preceded by a two-course brunch, served with a glass of Prosecco or a Bloody Mary. Evening screenings (8pm) are preceded by a two-course meal with a glass of wine.

Screening Options

  • Saturday afternoon: 1pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course brunch beforehand with a glass of Prosecco or Bloody Mary
  • Saturday evening: 8pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course meal before or after with a glass of wine
  • Sunday afternoon: 3.30pm at Soho Hotel, with three-course lunch or afternoon tea beforehand, or three-course dinner after
  • Sunday evening: 7pm at Charlotte Street Hotel, with afternoon tea before the film or with three-course dinner before or after the film.
  • Film listings are scheduled approximately six to eight weeks in advance, and are updated as the latest movie rights become available.

    To check out current listings simply click hotel's name below

  • Soho Hotel
  • Charlotte Street Hotel
  • Covent Garden Hotel

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Note that at least 48 hours’ notice is required for any cancellations or amendments to bookings.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

Screening Options

  • Saturday afternoon: 1pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course brunch beforehand with a glass of Prosecco or Bloody Mary
  • Saturday evening: 8pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course meal before or after with a glass of wine
  • Sunday afternoon: 3.30pm at Soho Hotel, with three-course lunch or afternoon tea beforehand, or three-course dinner after
  • Sunday evening: 7pm at Charlotte Street Hotel, with afternoon tea before the film or with three-course dinner before or after the film.
  • Film listings are scheduled approximately six to eight weeks in advance, and are updated as the latest movie rights become available.

    To check out current listings simply click hotel's name below

  • Soho Hotel
  • Charlotte Street Hotel
  • Covent Garden Hotel

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Note that at least 48 hours’ notice is required for any cancellations or amendments to bookings.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

What's Included?

  • Tickets for two to the 'Film of the Week' in the screening room at one of London's Firmdale Hotels (Soho, Charlotte Street or Covent Garden)
  • Shown each Saturday and Sunday, select from a range of new releases and beloved classics
  • Enjoy a meal before or after the movie in the hotel's restaurant, from choices including brunch, lunch, dinner, or afternoon tea
  • Service charge is included in the meal
  • See screening times for each hotel below

Exclusive to TRULY

  • Brunch, lunch or dinner bookings will receive complimentary petit fours and tea/coffee. Afternoon tea bookings will receive a complimentary Rik Rak candle to take home

Why we love it

At Firmdale Hotels' "Weekend Film Club", movie buffs can enjoy the “Film of the Week” at one of three luxurious cinemas. Kick back in colourful leather armchairs, with complimentary popcorn, watching either a new release or classic film in state-of-the-art facilities. Read full description

Description

Each of Firmdale Hotels' boutique properties were designed by award-winning interior designer-and-owner Kit Kemp. Winner of the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year award, Kit and husband-owner Tim maintain that "Hotels should be living things, not stuffy institutions.” These hotels are known for their fresh and modern English style; high standards of excellence and unique townhouse décor.

Dubbed the “Weekend Film Club”, three of Firmdale's London properties show a "Film of the Week" each weekend in their state-of-the-art screening rooms, accompanied by a range of dining options in the hotel's vibrant restaurants.

Soho Hotel

Situated on a quiet mews in the heart of London’s entertainment district, the Soho Hotel was once called "The Most Glamorous Hotel in the World" by Tatler. Sink into chic red leather armchairs in screening room one, or soft cowhide in screening room two every Sunday afternoon. Enjoy a three-course dinner after the film, or a three-course lunch or afternoon tea before the screening in the hotel’s Refuel restaurant.

Charlotte Street Hotel

This beautifully decorated hotel is to be found in London’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood, minutes walk from the leafy Soho Square. Designer Kit Kemp has used a 'Bloomsbury Group' theme throughout the hotel which features original art from the period. The striking screening room with yellow-and-blue armchairs hosts films every Sunday. Dine in Oscar Restaurant; a trendy brasserie setting with an artistic mural reflecting scenes of 'contemporary London life'. The film is preceded by a three-course dinner, or a three-course lunch, dinner or afternoon tea on Sundays.

Covent Garden Hotel

The Covent Garden Hotel’s chic viewing room is perfect for those seeking a classy cinematic experience. Situated in the heart of the West End, the ambience is fittingly theatrical. Screenings are available twice on Saturdays, in an intimate screening room with deeply comfortable leather seating by Poltona Frau. Dine in Brasserie Max; a sumptuous room decorated in rich, plush fabrics, with a modern British menu based around fresh, seasonal produce. Early screenings (1pm) are preceded by a two-course brunch, served with a glass of Prosecco or a Bloody Mary. Evening screenings (8pm) are preceded by a two-course meal with a glass of wine.

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Description

Each of Firmdale Hotels' boutique properties were designed by award-winning interior designer-and-owner Kit Kemp. Winner of the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year award, Kit and husband-owner Tim maintain that "Hotels should be living things, not stuffy institutions.” These hotels are known for their fresh and modern English style; high standards of excellence and unique townhouse décor.

Dubbed the “Weekend Film Club”, three of Firmdale's London properties show a "Film of the Week" each weekend in their state-of-the-art screening rooms, accompanied by a range of dining options in the hotel's vibrant restaurants.

Soho Hotel

Situated on a quiet mews in the heart of London’s entertainment district, the Soho Hotel was once called "The Most Glamorous Hotel in the World" by Tatler. Sink into chic red leather armchairs in screening room one, or soft cowhide in screening room two every Sunday afternoon. Enjoy a three-course dinner after the film, or a three-course lunch or afternoon tea before the screening in the hotel’s Refuel restaurant.

Charlotte Street Hotel

This beautifully decorated hotel is to be found in London’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood, minutes walk from the leafy Soho Square. Designer Kit Kemp has used a 'Bloomsbury Group' theme throughout the hotel which features original art from the period. The striking screening room with yellow-and-blue armchairs hosts films every Sunday. Dine in Oscar Restaurant; a trendy brasserie setting with an artistic mural reflecting scenes of 'contemporary London life'. The film is preceded by a three-course dinner, or a three-course lunch, dinner or afternoon tea on Sundays.

Covent Garden Hotel

The Covent Garden Hotel’s chic viewing room is perfect for those seeking a classy cinematic experience. Situated in the heart of the West End, the ambience is fittingly theatrical. Screenings are available twice on Saturdays, in an intimate screening room with deeply comfortable leather seating by Poltona Frau. Dine in Brasserie Max; a sumptuous room decorated in rich, plush fabrics, with a modern British menu based around fresh, seasonal produce. Early screenings (1pm) are preceded by a two-course brunch, served with a glass of Prosecco or a Bloody Mary. Evening screenings (8pm) are preceded by a two-course meal with a glass of wine.

Opening Times

SCREENINGS BEGIN AT: Sunday 7pm - Charlotte Street Hotel Saturday 1pm and 8pm - Covent Garden Hotel Sunday 3.30pm - Soho Hotel (See film listings at trulyexperiences.com/movies)

Screening Options

  • Saturday afternoon: 1pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course brunch beforehand with a glass of Prosecco or Bloody Mary
  • Saturday evening: 8pm at Covent Garden Hotel, with two-course meal before or after with a glass of wine
  • Sunday afternoon: 3.30pm at Soho Hotel, with three-course lunch or afternoon tea beforehand, or three-course dinner after
  • Sunday evening: 7pm at Charlotte Street Hotel, with afternoon tea before the film or with three-course dinner before or after the film.
  • Film listings are scheduled approximately six to eight weeks in advance, and are updated as the latest movie rights become available.

    To check out current listings simply click hotel's name below

  • Soho Hotel
  • Charlotte Street Hotel
  • Covent Garden Hotel

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Note that at least 48 hours’ notice is required for any cancellations or amendments to bookings.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Weekend Film Club: Luxury Cinema and Dining for Two at Firmdale Hotels

  • Add a glass of Pommery Champagne for two people +
    £20
  • Add an extra guest +
    £45