Downtown Dallas dwellers can now bike-share or scooter to the movies thanks to Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas-Victory Park, which opens on July 27.
Located at the northwest corner of Victory Park Lane and High Market Street, the multiplex theater has eight screens and 750 seats and will serve as the cinema anchor at Victory Park.
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas-Victory Park will screen movies seven days a week with ticket prices ranging from $10-$18 for adults, and $8-$14 for children. Guests can reserve seating via www.cinepolisusa.com.
The theater marks Cinépolis USA's debut in Dallas, where the company is headquartered.
Cinépolis USA CEO Luis Olloqui says in a release that they're excited to launch in Victory Park, which he calls "a coveted destination that is quickly becoming the premiere entertainment district" in Dallas.
"We look forward to bringing our personal touch to the Dallas community by introducing a new movie-going experience in our own backyard," he says.
Those 750 seats mentioned above are fully-reclining and also made from leather. Each auditorium boasts cutting-edge sound and high-definition projection technology; an upscale lounge-style lobby space; a gourmet concessions menu; and in-theater waiter service available at the push of a button.
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas-Victory Park will also introduce a new menu exclusively to Victory Park first that will roll out nationally to all luxury cinemas in August.
A full bar menu includes craft beer, specialty cocktails, and Cinépolis USA Private Label wine.
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas-Victory Park is the second cinema house set to open in Texas, following the brand's entry into Texas with premium theater concept Cinépolis Euless, which opened in August 2017.
Currently, there are 18 theaters in the U.S., located in Texas, Southern California, Florida, New Jersey, Connecticut, Ohio and New York.
Cinépolis USA has a portfolio that includes its Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas and Cinépolis theater concepts, plus a newly debuted 4DX and kid-approved Cinépolis Junior auditorium concept.
The Dallas-based theater chain opened its first theater in 2011 and operates a total of 18 luxury and premium theaters in Southern California, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Texas, and Ohio. Its México-based parent company, Cinépolis, is the fourth largest movie theater exhibitor in the world. It was the first cinema exhibitor to pioneer the concept of luxury movie theaters, establishing the first luxury theater experience in 1999 in Mexico City.