Parnell Centre, Parnell Street, Dublin 1
This is my cinema in that it is always the cinema that I make people go to. Mostly because of my Unlimited Cinema card but it's also a nifty city centre location.
What has it got?
Seating: There are plenty of spots for wheelchair users in all screens, mostly in the front row, but there are a couple of screens where you can have a back row seat.
Doors: The doors aren't too heavy here.
Ground: In the foyer, it's marble tiles so it is slippy when it's wet but elsewhere, it's carpet galore.
Stairs: There is a lift here that brings you to all floors and where there are a few steps, there is a specific wheelchair lift that will bring you up and down.
Bathrooms: Wherever there are toilets here, there is a wheelchair toilet right beside them. I have had no problems sizewise with these bathrooms.
Spaciousness: There are very few obstacles that will get in your way here.
Helpfulness of Staff: You will need a member of staff to operate the wheelchair lift with a key. They will normally see you coming and will be there waiting before and after your film but you may need to ask for assistance.
Parking: There is one wheelchair parking spot on King's Inn Street and there is a car park on Jervis Lane. There is also loads of street parking on Jervis Lane and I have very easily gotten my wheelchair in and out of those spots. (Map here)
Why did it lose points? I have never had any issues going here and the staff are very on the ball with the wheelchair lift.