New Year’s Eve in a 18th Century palace in Barcelona

There is a private palace located in the centre of  Barcelona unknown for most of the people; however, it’s a special place available for any kind of events and celebrations, such as New Year’s Eve 2010. The palace is a building of late baroque style with classic influence. It is the only private 18th Century palace in Barcelona that maintains its original furniture and interiors. It is divided into two floors: the ground floor, where the old stables, the old Coach-house and the old coal room were located, and the noble floor. The noble floor has different rooms with original furniture dating from the 19th Century. Some of these rooms have striking paintings of allegories of the zodiac on the ceiling, numerous Baccarat crystal chandeliers and an Erard of Paris Grand Piano.

Celebrating New Year’s Eve in this special venue offers privacy, exclusivity, haute cuisine and artistic beauty, the perfect ingredients for an unforgettable soiree. The menu will be based on cold and hot appetizers, such as Sashimi salmon or king prawn, followed by the starter; lobster salad with tuna tartar and monkfish filet with crayfish and cava cream. The main course can be chosen between honeyed veal with carrot cream or suckling pig. The dinner will be accompanied by the best Spanish red and white wines as well as cava (Catalan Champagne) and all sorts of liquors. The meal will be served with Versailles glassware, Inox Miro’s cutlery, porcelain crockery and Montecarlo chairs.

After the luxurious dinner in one of the main rooms, the ground floor will be converted into a dance floor, where a DJ will help you to welcome the New Year with the best music. Get ready for an excellent private New Year’s Eve soiree in an 18th Century Palace in the heart of Barcelona.

Oscar Goni is the Managing Director at Luxury Trips Spain.

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  1. Emily M says:

    Misse out there! We staying in and played Trivia Pursuit, oh well there’s always next year…

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