Citymall Cinema Opens in Mandalagan, Bacolod and Victorias City

Citymall Cinema Opens in Mandalagan, Bacolod and Victorias City

’Tis is the season to be jolly, because the news is just in — there are new places to watch movies! And you know what they say, it’s always in season to watch movies. Especially this Christmas season, with all the hustle and bustle of buying gifts, the crowds of people in the malls, and the hordes of traffic on the road, what better way is there to escape the Christmas rush than to go watch a movie!

In partnership with ABS-CBN’s Cinescreen, Inc., CityMall Commercial Centers have just opened two new Citymall Cinemas. One located in Victorias City and the other in Mandalagan, Bacolod City.

Citymall Cinema Opens in Mandalagan, Bacolod and Victorias City

Citymall Cinema in Victorias City

The Citymall Cinema in Victorias City just opened this December 1, 2017 and will start its regular screening on December 2, 2017. It houses one cinema, which has a maximum capacity of 104 people. The cinema uses state of the art Dolby Surround Sound speakers together with a Matte White screen to make sure that your senses are immersed in the experience. Their tickets are priced at the generous price of P190 per person and movie goers can sit wherever they feel most comfortable.

Citymall Cinema Victorias City ribbon cutting
The ceremonial Ribbon cutting during the launching of CityMall Cinema Victorias City.

Similarly, the Citymall Cinema in Mandalagan, Bacolod City also opened on the same date as the opening of the Citymall Cinema in Victorias City. It will also start its regular screening on the same date as Citymall Cinema in Victorias City.

Citymall Cinema Victorias City ticket booth
Citymall Cinema Victorias City Ticket booth

Citymall Cinema in Mandalagan, Bacolod

However, the difference is that Citymall Cinema in Mandalagan has 2 cinemas. Their first cinema is just like the cinema in Citymall Cinema, Victorias City. It similarly has a maximum capacity of 104 people and features the same high technology of Dolby Surround Sound speakers together with a Matte White screen. Their tickets are also similarly priced at the affordable price of P200 per person, also free seating just like in Citymall Cinema, Victorias City.

Citymall Cinema Mandalagan Bacolod ribbon cutting
The ceremonial Ribbon cutting during the launching of CityMall Cinema Mandalagan Bacolod

Their second cinema is the one to watch out for. It’s a premiere cinema that only has an exclusive capacity of 40. Exclusive rightfully so since these seats are incredibly comfortable since they are plush-covered lazyboy seats. If you’re not familiar with lazyboy seats, they’re the type of seats that allow you to recline the back rest way more than the typical cinema seats. Among other things, they have wider seating spaces, bigger arm rests, holders, and also come with adjustable leg rests where you can put your feet up.

Citymall Cinema comfortable seats
Citymall Cinema Comfortable Seats

You can avail these luxurious seats and a world class movie experience for the exclusive price of only P350 per person. However, the seats will not be free seating compared to the other cinemas as you have to make a reservation for the specific seats you want to take.

Negros Bloggers enjoying Citymall Cinema's comfortable seats
The Negros Bloggers enjoying Citymall Cinema’s comfortable seats

As the saying goes, don’t spend your money on superficial things that won’t last, spend it on memorable experiences that you will remember for days to come.

Citymall Cinema Mandalagan Bacolod ticket booth
Citymall Cinema Mandalagan Bacolod ticket booth

So this holiday season, together with some family and friends, why not have a great time in a cinema near you? And if you’re by the area of Victorias City and Bacolod City, spend some time in these cinemas!

You’ll be sure to have memorable experiences this holiday season.

Negros Bloggers at Citymall Cinema
The Negros Bloggers at Citymall Cinema

Originally published at Bacolod Lifestyle and Travel Guide.

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