Host a private movie night at Studio One Dubai

From Dhs129 per person with pizza and beverages included

Host a private movie night at Studio One Dubai

Have a movie in mind that’s worthy of the big screen treatment? If your TV doesn’t cut it, you’ll want to head over to Dubai’s Studio One Hotel.

The Studio City hotel has launched a new deal all about the silver screen, offering filmgoers of Dubai the chance to host their own private movie night – all from Dhs129 per person.

The private screening room offers three different movie libraries for cinephiles to choose from, including its family list, the crowd pleaser list and the action-packed list.

As for the deal? With a minimum of four people, prices start at Dhs129 per person, and comes with pizza, popcorn and soft drinks.

Filmgoers can also upgrade to a beverage package for Dhs199, offering a bottle of house grape or bucket of hops.

As for the little ones below 12, they can tuck into popcorn, candy and a soft drink for Dhs49.

For couples looking for the perfect date night, Studio One’s private screening for two for Dhs999 includes a dinner for two in LARTE, an overnight stay, along with a two-hour private screening with bottle of grape and snacks.

The Reel Boutique at Rove Hotels has also launched a private movie screening deal for all your movie-savvy friends and family, and it includes an overnight staycation. Check it out right here.

Looking for something fresh out of the cinema? VOX Cinemas UAE has revealed the release dates of Tenet, Disney’s Mulan, Wonder Woman 1984 and more. Find out more here.

Off to the (private) movies.
Dhs129 per person (adults, minimum four), Dhs199 per person (house beverages), Dhs49 (kids below 12), Dhs999 (special private screening). Times vary. Studio One Hotel, Dubai Studio City, www.studioonehotel.com (800 788346).

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