Full-on fun this half-term at Planet Hollywood, London
There’s so much for the kids to love at Planet Hollywood this half term. Let’s start with their own special menu featuring the yummiest dishes EVER and it includes unlimited soda (coca-cola, diet coke, Schweppes lemonade, Fanta and still water) amazing value at just £8.95 for drinks, a main and a pudding. So what else is there for the kids?
Halloween weekend FREE face painting from 4pm – 9pm
We always have a ready supply of crayons and colouring-in sheets
Throughout the entire restaurant you will find huge multi-purpose plasma screens – where else can you justify letting your kids watch telly whilst they eat?
Watch clips from trillions of Disney and other age-appropriate movies
Sing along and watch music videos of the most exciting pop stars in the charts
And over Halloween age-appropriate spooky movie and music clips from shows like Corpse Bride and Mad Scientist will have your table laughing and screaming trick or treat in no time!
When we say eat, drink and feel famous at Planet Hollywood London – that includes the kids too! Little ones and tweens will love spotting themselves and their friends singing and dancing along to their favourite songs on the many TV plasma screens as they’re spotted and filmed by the secret roving cameras!
And where else but at Planet Hollywood can you get your phone out at the table and send a funny text message to your friends which will be displayed on all of the screens.
And here’s another brilliant reason to visit Planet Hollywood: we’re slap, bang in the middle of all the cool stuff in London. Just down the road from all the bright lights of Piccadilly, families can wander around the corner to see the magical floating street artists at Trafalgar Square or head up the hill to the fantastical world of Ripleys Believe it Or Not and Hamleys (probably) the best toy store in the World.
Easy on the pocket and so easy on the mind – we promise your kids will have the best time.
Be wise and Plan It with Planet: reserve your table and avoid the queues by calling 020 7287 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org