Are you ready for Bed Cinema?

Buda bed Cinema

In winter, chances are that you will like to watch TV snuggling in bed, watching a DVD, while drinking tea or coffee. But unless you are a mega-millionaire, chances are that you don’t have a really good home-theatre in your bed-room with 100-inch screen.

Well, there are cinemas, where it’s now possible thanks to a new trend. This Bed Cinema trend has caught on in India but I am sure that Punjab with its freezing winters and love for drama (and romance) would be a great market for Bed Cinema. Do check them out when travelling abroad. The most well known bed cinema is, surprisingly, in a quiet European town of Budapest – Hungry called Buda bed Cinema.

This first ever bed cinema opened its doors in Budapest  in November 2014. In these double-bed-sized sofas you can really enjoy a movie with the whole family.



“If people like to put up their legs up in front of the TV at home, with a pillow under their head, but find the TV screen too small, and want to enjoy a top of the range sound and light experience on a big screen – that is what we can offer,” says László Jankura, director of the Buda Entertainment and Gastro complex.

“It’s just started, so we hope that the beds are still quite clean,” says one cinema-goer.

buda-bedsBut what happens when you chose such a comfortable setting for watching a movie: “I think it depends on the movie, if a film is boring, you can fall asleep. I liked it,” says one first-time visitor.


Tickets for a whole bed cost around 18 euros, fitting two adults and two kids, about the same as 4 Gold Class tickets in India.