Odeon Whiteleys - The Lounge

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Odeon Whiteleys - The Lounge

Whiteleys Of Bayswater, Queensway
W2 4YL
+44 871 224 4007


3 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Odeon Whiteleys - The Lounge

3.0 out of 5 18 September 2013
by Karen H.

My boyfriend and I love going to movies and back home in Los Angeles, it's a weekly ritual. While on vacation in England, we decided to splurge and try out a lounge theater experience for a Tuesday night screening of Kick-Ass 2.

The Lounge is beautiful and the service excellent. We had cocktails while waiting to be directed to our seats and then had dessert during the movie. The seats are...more

4.0 out of 5 16 August 2013
by Vikki M.

Theoretically we should split this listing. There's a standard Odeon at Whiteleys, but there's also The Lounge.

Tickets are pricey (£22) but in my opinion well worth it. Climb the stairs to the right of the main Odeon reception and you'll be transported into a super funky lounge bar. Add an hour on to your visit before the show to take advantage.

Seats are INSANE. Huge sofa-like things that...more

5.0 out of 5 8 August 2013
by Deonne C.

I went to see a movie at The Lounge, and the entire experience was incredible.

When I got to Odeon Whiteleys, I went upstairs to the lounge through a mirrored and wood paneled stairway. At booking, the fine print recommended that I arrive 30 minutes before the screening to enjoy the lounge area, so that's what I did. The lounge area was swanky with a bar as well as tables that had comfortable...more

5.0 out of 5 1 April 2013
by Laura S.

This review is for the Odeon 'The Lounge'

I seriously love this place. It's far for me in any sense, but their nice comfy individual recliner seats (like the one that Rachel bought in Friends!!), good food served to your seat, drinks and snack that taste great. What is there not to love?

Besides, it's so much better that those crammed seats in Odeon Leicester square and it's pretty much the...more

3.0 out of 5 29 November 2009
by Vicky L.

Nearly £13 to see "up!" in 3d? And not even in the "special seats" (which i sat in anyway coz the cinema was empty)? plus £6.50 for the pop corn and water which I forgot to buy earlier (yup my fault)? For that price I expected someone to be gently waving a palm leave thing next to me and feeding me my pop corn.

Evidently I live in a different universe.

The cinema was clean and chairs...more