A complimentary ticket to the exhibition dedicated to Picasso, hosted at Milan’s Palazzo Reale until 6 January 2013, and a dinner inspired by the works of the famed Spanish painter: these are the two proposals offered by the Hilton Milan on the occasion of the exhibition of works by the artist lent by the Picasso Museum in Paris.
The first package, costing 130 euros per person, per night, includes an overnight stay, a buffet breakfast and free admittance to the exhibition without having to queue up to get in.
The second offer envisages the addition of a dinner featuring a Picasso menu created especially for the occasion by chef Paolo Ghirardi. The cost of the package starts from 155 euros per person, per night, including a 3 course dinner inspired by Picasso’s works.
The meal starts with a purple potato flan with saffron-flavoured shrimp and a vegetable aspic reminiscent of the colours of the artist’s work “Shapes and colours” and continues with a starter consisting of three types of risottos (beetroot risotto, parmesan fondue-style risotto and saffron risotto flavoured with lemon) in memory of his “Vase, Bowl and Lemon” painting. Dessert consists of a mousse made from Pernod and caramelized coffee sauce - a tribute to “Table in a Café”.
Located in the area of Milan’s Central Railway Station, Hilton Milan is a modern, four star hotel offering 319 rooms, including two suites and six junior suites, a bar, a restaurant and a gym. Its recently renovated congress centre boasts 10 congress halls including the main one designed to hold up to 200 people.
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