|Address:||48 E Antrim Dr, Greenville, SC 29607, USA|
Ticket prices are usually high, but I assumed on a Monday evening that a 20 dollar bill would get my fiancé and I a movie ticket a piece, I was mistaken. Then I mistakenly went to the concession stand, and saw the dipndots bowl showing the size. I pointed to the menu and asked "where are the dipndots"? To which the employee said sarcastically "where are the dipndots? Uh, theyre behind me". Dont plan to show up early and expect any form of post 1996 entertainment, the Galaga arcade machine is about all youll get. On top of that being an early patron will see you sitting on a park bench in a small lobby with obnoxiously loud elevator music, because you arent allowed to go in until 10 minutes before the movie starts. The seating in the actual theater is terrible, with most of the seats on a flat area, and the inclined seats are almost too far away from the screen to get an applicable theater experience, and the stench was wretched. If theyre going to keep you out of the theater for 30 minutes before the movie starts for cleaning, then it should smell better than this. If I could rate it a -7 out of 10 then I would... DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY 1.high prices 2. Poor staff 3.lobby seating 4. Theater seating 5. Stench 6. Poor maintenance
Its 90% of the time clean, and when you walk in, the lines are practically nonexistent. The video and audio quality are as good or better as they are in an IMAX or other more popular theaters. They have the most recent movies, and the prices are phenomenal! On the other, slightly darker, side, the theater isnt always clean. The floors are sticky sometimes, especially at the later hours of the night. The seats obviously dont get sanitized 100% of the time. Camelot Cinemas could definitely benefit from some more staff. Overall, a fairly good theater, that I definitely recommend for people who dont mind seeing movies in the late morning/afternoon/early evening.
Generally a very pleasant cinematic experience. Prices are the best in town...particularly for Seniors. The movie offerings compete favorably with Hollywood and Cherrydale. The lobby, auditoriums, and restrooms are clean and perhaps, best of all, you dont normally have to fight long lines. The auditoriums have stadium seating with the largest one unquestionably providing the best viewing experience (large seating capacity, huge screen, powerful sound system) outside of IMAX. Good concessions contribute to a positive experience...easily the best value town.
Dirty. Rude. Creepy. The large popcorn we paid for was given to us in a medium bag. When questioned, they said the largest bag was the XL. Well, there is no XL price on the menu board. No small containers are given to share the poporn because of "inventory". Later to see staff eating popcorn from the drink cups behind the counter. The lady behind the counter took my bag to refill, while holding trash in he hand. Just nasty. We left early because the environment was so sketchy. Only approximately 11 people in the theatre, counting us.
The Camelot a movie theater were the tickets are cheaper and it definitely effects the experience the customer. Upon entering the place is baron, but the staff has a nice smile on their faces, making it a little strange but inviting all at the same time. Next you walk into the theater where you might see 10 people (if its a popular movie) the room is small and some of the chairs inside of the viewing room are elevated but most are not. But you get what you pay for. Its defiantly not fancy like other movie theaters but you arent paying 20$ for a movie
I remembered Camelot occasionally played some less than mainstream films but this was American Sniper. WOW, the theater is huge! This is not a 20-plex. Its is the theater of the 1970s. Its not architecturally significant, not beautiful, but BIG and it has no steps. NO STEPS. Its inclined but has no steps. A huge room with updated audio. Ill give Camelot my business every time if I can. I didnt buy any snacks but the restrooms were old skool too - clean, warm water and paper towels.
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Turned the house lights on before the movie was finished. It is impossible to see a dark projection accurately in an abundance of light, due to the nature of projection. They are more concerned about sweeping out rows while the film is still rolling than your movie experience. Lower prices do not matter if you cannot see an entire movie. Very disappointing.
I love coming to this theater! The Camelot Cinemas have the cheapest ticket prices in town and they offer a great selection of food and drinks at the concession stand! They have THX and they are now serving beer and wine. I would recommend to all my family and friends to visit this locally owned movie theater with the freshest popcorn in Greenville.
An older movie theater in Greenville, brings back memories of the 70s. The Banff film festival shows here every year and then the place is packed. Otherwise its not crowded. We love this place and, whenever the movie we want is here, we prefer it to the other theaters. Popcorn is good too. Hope the current owner can keep it going.
Best popcorn by far. Movie experience is clean, safe and the best digital experience in the state. This place is an absolute jewel of local business and i cant imagine why anyone would go to the other large chains and pay significantly more for less quality and be amongst crime in the parking lots. Camelot is only way to go.
I just got out of the last showing of "Finding Dory" and, that was the most disgusting theater I have ever been to. The first seat I sat in was wet. There was popcorn all over the floor, and looked like it had not been touched all day. Ive been to theaters I the ghetto that looked much cleaner than that. 06/23/2016
Small, cozy, not crowded. Floor isnt slanted as high as other newer theaters so if it were crowded, you may have someones head in front of the screen. Fewer movie offerings than larger theaters. But it was fine, the seat was comfortable, and I would go again if they were showing a movie I wanted to see.
Camelot is a great local independent theater. They are always clean, the staff friendly, and wait lines short. More importantly, their main theater has a truly amazing sound and projection system. They were one of the first in the region to go digital and Camelot continues to be an innovator.
Seats are pretty uncomfortable. Movies rarely start on time. Running 15 or so minutes behind for the movie Im currently in. Its antiquated for sure... But thats part of its charm. I think theyre missing a huge opportunity to do little things well to steal customers from the bigger theaters.
Love this place. It really is a hidden gem. Much less crowded than several of the other theaters around, so if you want to see a blockbuster and avoid fighting crowds, this is the place. Clean, spacious, and with excellent service. Highly recommend it.
I like this place A) because they respect my 2nd amendment right to bear arms B) prices are affordable. C) viewing experience is good. Its usually less crowded than Cherrydale and a smaller venue but no quality in audio / video has been sacrificed.