In celebration of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s headline exhibition this spring and as a hotel corporate member of the museum, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is offering culture lovers an exclusive selection of accommodation and dining packages.
Opening on 5 March, Botticelli Reimagined at the V&A is set to thrill all art enthusiasts with a choice of Renaissance paintings, catwalk fashion and visual arts. The exhibition will explore the variety of ways artists and designers from the pre-Raphaelites to the present have responded to the artistic legacy of Italian Renaissance master Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), assembling 150 works from around the world. Featuring painting, fashion, film, drawing, photography, tapestry, sculpture and print, it will include over 50 original works by Botticelli, alongside works by artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, René Magritte, Elsa Schiaparelli, Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman.
Available from 5 March to 3 July 2016, the hotel’s Botticelli Reimagined accommodation package includes a night’s stay for two in a stunning Garden View Room; breakfast in The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant; two tickets to Botticelli Reimagined at the V&A; a copy of Botticelli Reimagined, the accompanying coffee table book; and some delightful in-room Botticelli-inspired sweet treats, specially created by the hotel’s pastry chef Stephan Will. The accommodation package starts from £449 per double room per night, inc taxes.
For day trippers looking for some culinary indulgence close to the gallery, the three AA rosette Rib Room Bar & Restaurant is offering a Botticelli Reimagined set lunch menu, including a glass of wine and a ticket to Botticelli Reimagined for just £32.50 for two courses or £37.50 for three courses.
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