The perfect binge-watching session happens here and if you are a couch potato like me, spending an entire day here watching movies and hogging on some greasy food sounds like a dream date!
Do you enjoy watching movies? Now imagine adding the comfort of your bedroom while watching it at a cinema hall. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? As unbelievable as it sounds, there is a cinema hall that is replacing all of their seats with double beds so you can literally lie down, relax and enjoy the show. As reported by the Independent.
The Cinema Pathé in Switzerland has now introduced a fun, unorthodox way of watching movies and we are totally up for it! Now if you are wondering what all can you expect from the cinema hall -- fret not, we have all the details right here! The unique cinema hall comes with 11 beds with adjustable headrests, grey and beige sheets, and two pillows. And in order to give it a more home-like ambiance -- there are even bedside tables for us to keep our snacks and drinks.
The perfect binge-watching session happens here and if you are a couch potato like me, spending an entire day here watching movies and hogging on some greasy food sounds like a dream date! The ‘VIP bedroom’ is inside Cinema Pathé in the northwesterly municipality of Spreitenbach near the Swiss-German border. We think it is about time, we booked our tickets to Switzerland, right?
And if you are coming to watch the movie as a family, there is also a section for the kids to hang out. There’s a children’s cinema area that indeed sounds awesome -- it has bean bags, a ball pit, and even a slide to use instead of stairs. The ticket for kids costs 14.50 francs ($14) per child.
Meanwhile, for adults, they can enjoy this unique experience for as little as 19.50 francs (or $19). However, if you truly want to enjoy the VIP experience, it costs 49 francs (around $48.50) and includes free food and a drink. If you pay for the VIP ticket, you won’t even have to wait in queues to get hold of your snacks and drinks.
Venanzio Di Bacco, CEO of Pathé Switzerland, told Swiss local news site 20 minuten that customers need not worry about cleanliness as the beds are freshly made after every film screening: "The hygiene aspect is very important to us," he said. Dia Biacco also added that the hall will be devoid of all kinds of immoral or inappropriate activity. "The offer is unique in Switzerland. But we tested the concept abroad and had no problems so far."
Ever since people got to know that there is a cinema offering a double bed to watch movies, Twitter users have taken to the social media platform to express their excitement. But most people only worried about the inappropriate activities that could happen when the lights go off.
"They do know people will most definitely try and screw when the lights are dimmed down, right??," a Twitter user said. Meanwhile, another added: "Cinemas are raising their experience in comfort these days, but this is a whole 'nother level..."