The Minuetto at the Danieli hotel has now become a tradition and every year it welcomes around a hundred guests in masks for the evening, to enjoy a delicious dinner
and above all to dance to historical group dances.
The event is held in the Marco Polo salon, in the most modern wing of the hotel, where a baroque musical ensemble, an opera singer, and dance teachers will entertain guests
until midnight, involving them in dances of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The placè dinner includes a four-course fish menu with wines included. The vegetarian or meat menu option can be selected at the time of booking.
Entrance to the hall is at 8 pm and it is compulsory to wear period costume, which can be rented at the Atelier Tiepolo.
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.