The Berkeley Opens ‘Winter Wonderland” Themed Cinema

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The Berkeley Hotel in London has launched “Winter Wonderland” theme within the hotel, and included is a rooftop cinema.

The spot where the Berkeley’s Health Club & Spa usually stands has been decorated with Christmas Trees to resemble a forest. Provided on the roof are Moncler blankeys, hot water bottles and hot chocolate with marshmallows to keep guests warm. As the weather transitions to frostier temperatures, the cinema will be equipped with fluffy cushions, mince pies and outdoor heaters as well.

The five-star central London luxury hotel’s cinema will show a selection of winter classic movies including “Miracle on 34th Street’ and ‘Bridget Jones’ Diary’ (a London classic!). The cinema will remain open until Jan. 31st, so although Christmas has already passed, guests can re-live the holidays a full month after the new year begins. Tip: book ahead. The showings sell out quickly, and only four seats are offered each night.

The Winter Wonderland cinema package runs about £55 per person. Non-guests can book the cinema only on weekdays. The hotel is currently offering “Winter Welcome” rates starting at £225 per night. That’s practically a steal for a hotel of the Berkeley’s caliber.


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