Luxury In-house Cinema

The perfect evenings entertainment

Complimentary access to hotel guests

Dinner & Movie for non-residents

Welcome to Cameo Cinema Club. We are delighted to reopen, but for now, for the residents of the hotel only. Cameo Cinema is operating at reduced capacity and with limited allocated seating.

We hope to welcome non-residents from June/July 2021 to avail of our Dinner & Movie Package. We will send a newsletter with the update once confirmed, please sign up to our Cameo Cinema newsletter below.

In line with Irish Government guidelines, we have implemented range of health & safety measures in response to the COVID-19 crisis, which include:

  • Increased sanitisation and cleaning of the Cameo Cinema, including the Cinema being fogged daily
  • Restricted access to the Cameo Cinema
  • Reduced capacity and allocated seating to allow for recommended social distancing
  • PPE for team members will be available including masks, increased hand washing stations for team members with half hourly reminders.
  • For more details on our health and safety measures here
  • Face coverings are recommended for all in the Cameo Cinema 

Cameo Cinema is a luxury private cinema with the state-of-the-art technology; also available for an exclusive hire. Subject to capacity availability, terms & conditions apply. Movies are subject to license. Access to the cinema is over 18’s only.


 

MOVIE SCREENINGS

Movies are screened daily, Monday to Friday at 21:00, Saturday and Sunday at 20:00.

Every Tuesday is Art House Cinema, sponsored by Blackwater Gin, showing artistic movies you might not find anywhere else. On Wednesdays we screen movies ideal for a Date Night and every Thursdays we show New Releases.

DINNER & A MOVIE

Movies are complimentary to the residents of the hotel and we hope to welcome non-residents with a Dinner & Movie Package soon.

Dinner and Movie Package will include an access to Cameo Cinema and a meal served from a set menu. Two courses are priced at €35, three courses at €40 per person.

We recommend the following seating times to ensure you won’t miss the start of the movie: Monday to Friday at 18:30, 18:45, 19:00 or 19.15 and Saturday or Sunday at 17:30, 17:45, 18:00 or 18.15.


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Should you wish to speak with a member of our Sales Team for private hire (over 18's only) please call us on 021 453 0050 or click here to email  

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