Cinépolis CinemaWritten by The-Woodlands-Guide
Cinépolis Luxury Cinema
Cinépolis Cinema will anchor a retail development in the Howard Hughes’ Creekside Park Village Center in The Woodlands, TX.
The Austin-based dine-in movie theater occupies 42,370 square feet and nearly 900 seats at Creekside Park West, a 12-acre retail development within the retail center and will be located on Kuykendahl Road between Creekside Forest Drive and West Harmony Place. Originally branded as Movie House & Eatery, the company combined the location with Cinépolis, who previously looked at The Woodlands but, was never able to get started. The only difference between the two companies is that future movie-goers can expect is a new name primarily staffed by Movie House is currently the only Dine-In Movie Theater in The Woodlands. The movie theater offers 11 wall-to-wall screens, full food and beverage service at every (reserved) luxury recliner, a full bar and a scratch kitchen. The Cinépolis Luxury Cinema is the anchor, making Creekside Park the first village in The Woodlands with its own theater.
The Woodlands Cinépolis Cinema Amenities
Village Creekside Park Theater
On Tuesdays the theater will offer Cinépolis Handpicked Feature Films. Cinépolis Handpicked features weekly showings with discounted tickets to carefully curated films. The line-up offers a wide variety of digitally remastered specialty content, including favorite cult classics, nostalgic oldies, special concert events, documentaries, and seasonal favorites.
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas The Woodlands offers a scratch menu and service-on-demand at every seat, at the push of a button. Beverages include local brews, a carefully selected wine list, hand-crafted cocktails, and family favorites including ICEES, soft drinks, and hand-dipped milkshakes. A comfortable lounge with a full-service bar provides a gathering place before or after your movie.
"Alright, when you go into a movie theatre in Amsterdam, you can buy beer. And I don't mean in a paper cup either. They give you a glass of beer. And in Paris, you can buy beer at MacDonald's." Vincent in Pulp Fiction