Regal Converting To Recliners At Royal Palm Theater

Regal Entertainment Group, a leading motion picture exhibitor owning and operating the largest theater circuit in the United States, has announced that the Regal Royal Palm Beach Stadium 18 & RPX in Royal Palm Beach is replacing all of its existing seats with luxurious new recliners including footrests.

During construction, Regal’s king-size recliners are on display in the lobby, where guests can experience the added room and comfort that’s coming soon. Regal Cinemas remains open during the remodeling as portions of the facility are converted. All auditoriums will feature the new amenity by September.

“Regal is redefining the level of comfort at this theater. Our guests will soon be able to stretch out, relax and recline while watching the movie,” said Rob Del Moro, chief technical and theater operations officer at Regal Entertainment Group.

“Regal constantly listens to our guests and looks for ways to improve. With this new concept, these luxurious recliners have scored extremely well. Moviegoers are eager to return for another visit and the opportunity to enjoy Regal’s king-size recliners,” he said.

The experience of going out to the movies continues to evolve as Regal raises the bar. Recent upgrades to Regal Royal Palm Beach Stadium 18 & RPX include a conversion from celluloid film to digital cinema.

“Once you take the luxurious new recliners for a test drive, you’ll agree that the Regal king-size recliner is a star attraction,” said Ken Thewes, Regal’s chief marketing officer.

Regal fans are encouraged to download the Regal Movies app so they can program their favorite theater and purchase tickets from their mobile device. It also lets patrons upload their Regal Crown Club card. Through the industry-leading Regal Crown Club, patrons accumulate credits at the box office and concession stand to earn rewards including free popcorn, soft drinks and movies. Learn more at

ABOVE: Regal Royal Palm Beach Stadium 18 & RPX has a couple of its new king-size recliners in the lobby for moviegoers to test-drive.