The Electric in Notting Hill is one of London’s oldest cinemas and definitely the most romantic. Owned by the Soho House group, it’s been beautifully restored, with luxurious leather armchairs, footstools, lush cashmere blankets and waiter service delivering cocktails to your chair. What makes the Electric date-perfect is that seats on the front-row have been ripped out and replaced with six luxurious, velvet-lined double beds – ideal smooching. And best of all, it’s on Portobello Road, so you leave feeling like you’re in a Richard Curtis movie.
Electric Cinema (Portobello Rd)
|Venue name:||Electric Cinema (Portobello Rd)||Contact:|
191 Portobello Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Ladbroke Grove/Notting Hill Gate|
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