IN A PALACE OF THE 1001 NIGHTS
Sometime between 8pm and 8:30pm, after a phone call from your chauffeur, you will be picked up from your hotel/accommodation by a luxury 1935 Bentley MK6 Milord.
You will reach the vehicle and will go across Paris to get to an immense concrete building that will appear to be a weird haunted castle. You will open the entrance gate of the property and enter the building. You will then find yourself in the middle of a maze of lugubrious corridors enlightened, here and there, by dying neon lights.
The only guides of the disquieting labyrinth will be the thousands of rose petals on the ground that, corridor after corridor, staircase after staircase, will lead you, at the third floor, in front of an imposing steel door. You will knock at the door three times and a man wearing a 18th century costume will open the door, a candlestick in the hand.
Welcome to a tale of the 1001 nights! Under the music of a Verdi requiem restyled with Orientalism, you will taste a glass of champagne spiced with rose infused vodka, and will roam, glass in the hand, the meandering paths of a baroque and luxuriant scenery. Step by step, you will be dazzled by a temple garnished with thousands of fresh flowers and lit by hundreds of candles, with papyriform columns, Raphael's angels, oriental brocades, Roman statues and Venetian frescoes.
To highlight your taste, while luxuriating in one of the satin recesses of the palace, you will firstly savor cannelloni with Impérial de France caviar, tuna and ginger sushi rolls, tandoori style chicken cannelloni, and crispy gingerbread with semi-cooked foie gras and fresh mango brunoise.
Then, you will join a massive long table beautifully decorated. Seated at the two extremities of the table – so you will miss together! – you will enjoy a a gourmet oriental dinner that will lead you to nirvana of gastronomy: ratte potato and black truffle mousse, artichoke poivrade with semi-cooked foie gras with herb salad and pieces of gingerbread chips, lobster with curry butter with aromatic rice laced and parmeggiano, refined cheeses, all of these dishes being paired by a Chablis Premier Cru Montmains 2013 and a Saint-Estèphe Château Phélan-Ségur 2009. With a Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs champagne, you will finally savor a grand cru chocolate trilogy composed of an extra bitter chocolate cake with dark chocolate lace, an old-fashioned warm chocolate verrine, and a nougat with bitter dark chocolate sorbet.
At the end of the romantic meal, you will leave the table and will relax on a pile of soft cushions to savor fruits, petit-fours, coffee, tea, infusion and champagne. When suddenly, the maître d'hôtel will open a red curtain that will reveal, glinting and amber colored, a corridor entirely covered with gold! Alone in the palace, you will take your beloved's hand and will follow the corridor. At the end of the corridor, you will push open a heavy wooden door and will find yourselves in the heart of a divine room stained in white. On your left, you will notice a half-opened door. You will open the door and will discover a perfumed shower room softly lit by candles. You will leave your clothes, will pour a glass of champagne, and will immerse in the flower covered XXL round bath. In front of the bathroom, a delightful silver bedroom will wait you until the middle of the night...
The menu is indicative and may be subject to change.
Price of the package: 14.900 euros
Included in the package:
The round trip in a Bentley MK6 Milord from your hotel/accommodation (Paris/neighboring towns) to the palace.
The privatization, for the night, of the dining room, the bathroom and the bedroom.
The decoration of the palace with hundreds of candles and thousands of fresh flowers.
The services of a chef and a waiter wearing 18th century costumes.
The dinner for two including wine and champagne.
Experience having an average duration of 7 hours, including transport, with pick up from your hotel or accommodation between 8pm and 8:30pm.