- P350 gets you one free tumbler of popcorn. No refills, no drink. Even for SM, it’s cheap of them. (And in any case, this is the much-hallowed SM Aura.)
- I have to hand it to their service staff though–even if I didn’t ask for popcorn, they brought me one before the start of the screening.
- If you’re alone get an aisle seat; if a couple, get the center seats.
- The side table has a button so you may call on the staff in case you need anything.
- I liked the lazy boy even if at 6’1, my feet were dangling outside the foot rest. I liked the inclination and how I sunk into the chair.
- Unfortunately, for those with less than average height (5’3″ and below), they had to sit up straight so they can get a good view of the screen. Note that in the photo, the floor is not that steeply inclined.
- Also, it’s so easy to trip over the steps (given their little height difference) if you’re not too careful.
- It’s an intimate cinema—there are two other front rows cropped out of this photo—which is great if the other movie goers observe proper cinema etiquette.
I’ve only tried one other premium theater, Eastwood’s Ultra 7 cinema. That one had free-flowing popcorn and soda, though I can’t remember for what price. However, comparing the seats, I prefer Aura’s, which adjusts to my preference more than Eastwood’s.