Dinner and Dance "MINUETTO" - Ball at Venice Carnival

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January 1970

An unique oppurtunity to experience an authentic masked ball with the Dance Master

A Dinner in costume in the most famous hotel of Venice: the Hotel Danieli, located near St. Mark Square. A Dance Master with his partner will lead the group dances throughout the evening and an opera singer will delight the guests between the different dances. The seated dinner includes a four-course menu with wine, created by the chef of the Danieli hotel. 

The main building is an original 14th century palace of Doge Dandolo, masterfully restored, in our days is synonymus with the splendour and romance of Venice. It's also a magnificent example of late gothic architecture (end of 15th century).


Minuetto - Dinner&Dance, Marco Polo Hall, hotel Danieli

Dates: Saturday 15, Friday 21 February, Sunday 23 and Monday 24 February

Hours: 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.

Price: it includes: dinner placé.

Address: Castello 4196, Riva degli Schiavoni

DRESS CODE: period costume 


Get Dressed and Dance at the Danieli Package

Minuetto on Sunday 23 Feb. + costume rental*

Minuetto on Monday 24 Feb. + costume rental*

*The clients can rent any costumes in the categories YELLOW and GREEN the same day of the Minuetto (23 or 24 Feb), and return them to the Atelier, inside the hotel Danieli, the following morning by 11 a.m. The price doesn't include the rental of the accessories such as masks, hats, wigs, and capes, which are extras, but not mandatory to enter the party. We suggest to make an appointment for the fitting.


To rent a costume for Carnival in Venice, please order on: office@veneziaopera-tickets.eu

Program and cast

DATE TO BE CONFIRMED: Monday, 15 February 2021

HOURS: 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.



The cloakroom is inside the Marco Polo halls.

Hotel Danieli

A stone's throw from Piazza San Marco, along the banks of the Schiavoni, stands the building built for the Dandolo family in the fourteenth century, with a beautiful Gothic facade. Seat of famous receptions, in 1822 it was transformed into a hotel by Giuseppe Dal Niel, a mallet known as 'Danieli', which modifies; in the neo-gothic style, the splendid hall, thanks to the architect Tranquillo Orsi.

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