Which screening rooms have wheelchair access?

Most Kinepolis screening rooms* have wheelchair access, although there are some screening rooms which don't yet have access. As part of its prevention policy, Kinepolis carries out periodic and advanced checks on the screening rooms. Aspects such as the screening room's location (on the ground or upper floor), the width of the entrances and exits, and its accessibility (stairs, ramps), determine, with other factors, if a room complies or not with strict requirements for a quick evacuation in case of emergency and for wheelchair user access.

It is clearly stated on the website and in each Kinepolis cinema whether a screening room can accommodate wheelchairs users, for each showing. It is therefore advisable to check the website before going to the cinema. You can't see a film because it is not being shown in an appropriate screening room? Please be patient, we regularly change screening rooms throughout the course of a film's programme. Most likely you will be able to see your film at another showing in an accessible screening room.

*except for Kirchberg rooms 5 and 6 and Utopia rooms 3, 4 and 5