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New Year’s Eve is a wonderful time for a vacation in Venice.
Whether you’re looking for a cozy getaway or a festive party, Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal offers you the opportunity to celebrate the New Year in style and serenity.
A “thousand and one nights” party – our chic St. Sylvester Gran Gala Dinner with live music and a tasty menu will bring you superb emotions and unforgettable experiences as we ring in the New Year!
Check out the special Menu and Programm for the St. Sylvester Night and also the special Early Booking Discount:
ST. SYLVESTER GRAN GALA DINNER
December 31st, 2009 – January 1st, 2010
At 8:00 p.m. we will start the Gala Dinner with a buffet cocktail
Lobster médaillon with mushrooms flavoured with green lemon
Red Treviso chicory velluté with crunchy scallop and golden shards
Rice with artichokes, oyster and goat’s cheese
Sea bass with almond crust, purée of Jerusalem artichokes and Scorzanera
Passion fruit sorbet
Filet steak flavoured with thyme, pan stirred shallots with potatoes cooked with salt and perfumed with liquorice.
Wafer delight filled with horse-chestnuts served with Chantilly cream
Good luck pastries served with chocolate and zabaione sauces
After midnight the New Year will be welcomed with slices of ‘zampone’ and lentils.
DANCING AND LIVE MUSIC AL NIGHT LONG!
Wines, water and coffee included.
Midnight Champagne not included.
Price Euro 240,00 per person.
Special Menu for children Euro 50,00
EARLY BOOKING SPECIAL DISCOUNT:
If you reserve before November 30th you will get 15% discount (Euro 240,00 –> Euro 204,00);
if you reserve after Nov. 30th and before December 8th you will get 10% reduction (Euro 240,00 –> Euro 216,00).
So hurry now and book your ringside seat at Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal!
Christmas is almost upon us already and it is time to make all the arrangements to enjoy a perfect celebration.
You’ll want to party in style. Somewhere memorable. Somewhere different. Somewhere unique.
We, at the Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal, have got the right settings, food, wine and ambiance to make your Christmas holiday in Venice a memorable one!
Check out our special menus for Christmas Eve Dinner and Christmas Day Lunch and also our EARLY BOOKING PROMOTIONS!
CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER
December 24th, 2009
Tartare of Atlantic salmon with its caviar served on crunchy potatoes and winter greens
Green and yellow noodles with Barbel fish sauce, served with chanterelle mushrooms and Roman Broccoli
Fillet of Turbot passed in Castelluccio lentil sauce with crunchy leeks
Grapefruit sorbet served in its fruit
Chicken stuffed with dumplings and horse chestnuts, glazed with Nosiola, served with wafer potatoes and water cress onions
Flan of plain and white chocolate panettone with exotic fruit salad
Selection of whimsical pastries prepared by our dessert confectioner
Euro 65,00 per person, drinks not included
CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH
December 25th, 2009
Pumpkin and smoked cheese flan with fresh foie gras flavoured with Recioto Soave wine
Tortelloni with potatoes and capers served with mountain cheese sauce
Fillet of Gilthead wrapped in artichokes served with Vichy carrots
Mandarin orange sorbet
Christmas turkey served with red Treviso chicory flavoured with truffles and potato wafer
Traditional Panettone with cream and chocolate sauces
Selection of pastries
Euro 65,00 per person, drinks not included
EARLY BOOKING SPECIAL DISCOUNT:
If you reserve before November 30th you will get 15% discount (Euro 65,00 –> Euro 55,50);
if you reserve after Nov. 30th and before December 8th you will get 10% reduction (Euro 65,00 –> Euro 58,50).
Enjoy a glittering Christmas in Venice!
The 2nd edition of the Venice Jazz Festival will take place from 27th July to 2nd August 2009.
The excellent programme featuring the best of national and international jazz as well as the magnificence of the locations place the Venice Jazz Vestival among the best musical events in Italy.
The line-up consists of a series of concerts performed by artists of international fame as well as emerging talents in the prestigious La Fenice Theatre, in Piazza San Marco and in other charming areas around the city.
Saint Mark Square – La Fenice Theatre – Malibran Theatre – Goldoni Theatre – Peggy Guggenheim Collection – Campo dell’Erbaria, Rialto – Venice Casino – Island of San Servolo – Fondamente Nuove Theatre – Arsenale – Fondazione Querini Stampalia
Venice‘s newest art gallery, the Museo Vedova, by celebrity architect Renzo Piano has put a 21st century twist on the art of picture hanging.
Dedicated entirely to the work of the Venetian abstract art pioneer Emilio Vedova (1919-2006), paintings at the Museo Vedova don’t hang at all – they float.
Suspended in the air by a fleet of robotic shuttles moving along a track fixed to the ceiling, the paintings glide through the exhibition space at various heights, periodically coming to rest at strategic points under the lights before floating away to a different position.
The paintings are brought out together in series according to their chronological or thematic contexts and then whisked away to a storage space at the back of the museum to be replaced by others.
The public can view the paintings from the floor or from an elevated wooden mezzanine along the wall.
Set to open on June 3 for the 53rd Venice Biennial art exhibition, the Museo Vedova is located in the artist’s former studio, a renovated warehouse at the historic Venetian salt docks.
Explaining how he came by the idea for the museum, Renzo Piano explained, ”the warehouses are narrow and long and so it made sense to imagine that down at the far end, a bit hidden in the shadow, would be the storage facility, and out of this, as if by magic, the works would appear in a certain order. From this came the idea of mobility, whereby it’s not the spectator who goes to the artwork, but the artwork that comes to the spectator”.
The Venice Biennale Foundation is organizing the 53rd International Art Exhibition titled Fare Mondi – Making Worlds, curated by Daniel Birnbaum from Germany.
Daniel Birnbaum is rector since 2001 of Staedelschule Frankfurt / Main (Germany) and its exhibition space Portikus, academy that combines the teaching of contemporary art with experimentation and creative research.
The exhibition presents approximately 99 artists from around the world with works, including site specific ones, and new productions created for this exhibition.
The new Padiglione Italia overlooks the Giardino delle Vergini, where a new entrance to the public – via bridge – connects the garden to the Sestiere di Castello.
Sites of the Exhibition:
The Biennial Gardens and the large spaces of the Arsenale, renovated for art, and in the city. Other exhibition sites in the historic center of Venice host the participation of countries without pavilions and other events organized within the Exhibition.
From June 7 to November 22, 2009 Open: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Group Reservations and Information:
Tel. +39 041 5218 828
PUNTA DELLA DOGANA
Boat line 1 to Salute or ferryboat from S. Maria del Giglio
Campo S. Samuele 3231
Boat line 2 to San Samuele
Opens on June 6, 2009
Punta della Dogana -the former customs house positioned on the tip of the Grand Canal- is an icon of the Venetian cityscape. After more than three decades of being closed to the public, the François Pinault Foundation commissioned the Japanese architect Tadao Ando to renovate the building and convert it into a center for contemporary art.
For the inauguration, Punta della Dogana hosts the exhibition Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François Pinault Collection, curated by Alison M. Gingeras and Francesco Bonami.
Well known works selected from the Francois Pinault Collection by artists such as Jeff Koons, Sigmar Polke, Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince, Cy Twombly, Takashi Murakami and Jake & Dinos Chapman – are shown alongside works by emerging talents such as Matthew Day Jackson, Adel Abdessemed, Wilhelm Sasnal, Rob Pruitt, Richard Hughes, Nate Lowman, Mark Bradford and Kai Althoff.
Open 10am to 7pm. Closed Tuesday:Last admission, 6pm.
Admission, € 20*, € 15°. Infoline, 199 139 139.
Discounted 1: € 17*, € 12°; discounted 2: € 14*, € 10°.*To the 2 building; °To a single building.
Ticket of admission to the 2 buildings is valid for 3 days.
Info and Reservations: Vivaticket (www.vivaticket.it), tel. 899.666.805. Infoline, 199 139 139.
Palazzo Grassi, tel. 041.523.16.80.
Web Site: www.palazzograssi.it