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You’ll get a movie theater to yourself when you book this hotel room

The Wythe Hotel is offering a chance to catch a film while movie theaters are still closed.

Shaye Weaver
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Shaye Weaver

While movie theaters across New York City are still shuttered, the Wythe Hotel is offering up a private film screening experience to those who book one of two types of rooms.

Guests who book a Loft room or Manhattan View King room for three-nights will get a free movie or TV show screening of their choice in the hotel’s screening room. (The private screening room package is available to parties of two and single families only.)

The theater itself has vintage red velvet theater seats, an original vaulted ceiling, exposed brick walls, and full-HD digital projector. It even has its own private entrance on Wythe Avenue, that leads directly into a speakeasy-style bar with marble tables, burgundy leather banquettes, and also features the building’s original exposed brick walls and vaulted ceiling.

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There’s still 10 days to apply to our Cinema Residency Open Call ✨✨✨ Apply at ❤️ We are accepting applications from artists, writers, filmmakers, curators and performers for use of our Cinema in the 2019-2020 calendar year. Applications are due by July 1, 2019. Residencies are one evening and offer use of the Cinema as well as coordination and AV technical support, promotion of the event on our website and social media channels, plus an $150 stipend. This opportunity is for anyone interested in developing an evening of material to be showcased in the space. Artists at any stage of their career are encouraged to apply through our online application, but must be New York based. For questions regarding the program, please contact us at Finalists will be invited for an in-person interview, and all applicants will be informed of the committee's decision by the end of July, 2019. ❤️

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To get the movie screening room, you'll need to book for at least three nights. The price starts at $300 a night.

The screening comes with free popcorn to make it even more of an authentic movie-going experience.

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