The New Year’s Eve is at the Petit Palais by Olivier
Enter 2018 with pomp and circumstance.
Petit Palais opens its doors for Lisbon’s Most Exclusive New Year’s Eve.
From the Beluga Caviar for starters to the wellington of cod with shrimp, the kobe picanha and the truffled linguini to the Moet & Chandon Champagne on the 12 bell strokes, nothing was forgotten.
In addition to a Special Menu we prepared an unforgettable party with a guest DJ throughout the night and a live show with singing and dancing performed by LEGACY, a group of passionate professional dancers. Their history goes back to 2010 when its elements were finalists of the TV program “Do You Think You Can Dance?”. They will help to make 2017’s last night unforgettable.
Make your reservation for the most memorable night of the year in one of the most
prestigious and exclusive venues in Lisbon. Indulge yourself the New Year’s Eve party you deserve with those you love the most.
Do not miss the opportunity to live the last party of our Palace. Yes, you read it right. This is going to be the last New Year’s Eve party at the Petit Palais by Olivier. Making it even more unmissable.
200€ per person
20h30 – Welcome Drink
21h00- Dinner start
DRESS CODE: CHIC
ABOUT PETIT PALAIS
The Petit Palais is in a 19th century palace, former home of António de Medeiros e Almeida, the entrepreneur who established the Portuguese Aero company (later sold to TAP) and the Ritz Hotel in Lisbon, among others, and one of the biggest art patrons in Portugal. Located in one of the main thoroughfares in central Lisbon, perpendicular to the Avenida da Liberdade, the Petit Palais boasts a sophisticated and special atmosphere.
The interior design project of the Petit Palais is signed by Giano Gonçalves, who drew inspiration from the great French chateaux. Each room has a unique atmosphere, with colorful velvet and silk and furnishings that evoke the splendors of the past, harking back to the days of Marie Antoinette.
The dining room surprises us with the Garden of Love, the private room with its frescoes, and a toilet that recreates the atmosphere of bygone days, with an abundance of couches and rugs, and the billiard table-shaped wash basin expressly designed for it.