Forget pillow menus and a free newspaper; an in-house cinema is one of the most exclusive and fun hotel amenities out there. Whether a film’s shown on a Manhattan rooftop or in the plush confines of an Irish castle, you’ve got options with these ten hotel screening rooms.

1. YOTEL, New York City


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Kicking off its first summer, Rooftop Film Club is an across-the-pond partnership with the U.K.’s Rooftop Film Club. Flicks roll Sunday through Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. from June 2 to Sept. 30 on the al fresco terrace, featuring everything from ‘80s classics like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to NYC love stories (hello, Woody Allen’s Manhattan), to modern-day films like Birdman. Tickets are $15, and an extra ten bucks gets you beer or sangria and a taco.

2. The Island House, Nassau Bahamas


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Inside the Bahamas' newest hotel—it's only been open since Spring 2015—is a 48-seat cinema with a roster that spans blockbuster hits and indie art-house films. Showtime on the 24-foot screen is 6:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. daily. Whether you crave Whiplash or Copenhagen, the two nightly selections and weekly rotations ensure you never get bored during a stay.

3. Ashford Castle, County Mayo, Ireland


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In March, the former summer home (or castle, more accurately) of the Guinness family reopened—with a cinema. Now while staying on the 350-acre property, you can get cozy in one of the comfy red-velvet armchairs of the 32-seat theater as the screen rolls daily. Movie choices run the gamut, and the property itself is a star of the silver screen. During the 1950s, John Wayne’s The Quiet Man was filmed here.

4. The Soho Hotel, London, England


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The Sunday Afternoon Film Club’s pre-movie package includes tea or a three-course meal in Refuel Restaurant. Or, enjoy Champagne and snacks from your red-leather or cowhide seat in the 45-seat theater. All films are current, whether action (like Fast & Furious 7) or drama (such as The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel). There’s also a Children’s Film Club on Saturday afternoons with a buffet lunch, plus popcorn for kids and Prosecco for moms.

5. Princess Hotel and Casino, Guayana


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Seating just six people for each showing, this South American hotel’s year-old 7D Princess cinema flaunts an IMAX-style experience. Each film (between 10 and 15 minutes in length) screens about a dozen times daily. All of the senses are engaged, as the theater uses scent, vibration, and a little snow to enhance the experience. There’s also a 3D cinema on property, showing films like Godzilla and first-run movies, along with Bollywood flicks.

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