Dinner with Impressionists at the Four Seasons New Orleans
Rich Report shares a fine art private dining experience is being introduced in the Louisiana city by the luxury hotel brand.
Guests at Four Seasons New Orleans will be able to enjoy a private dinner alongside a collection of world-famous Impressionist paintings while enjoying a thrilling and wholly unprecedented dining experience.
Dinner with Impressionists features paintings by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Camille Pissarro at the city's M.S. Rau gallery, accompanied by a seven-course dinner prepared by Kelley Schmidt, executive sous chef.
“As an arbiter of best-in-class luxury experiences, we are excited to debut this enriching suite package for our guests that combines our outstanding service and accommodations with access to masterpieces at M.S. Rau, celebrating the intersection of fine art, cuisine and culture,” according to Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans general manager Mali Carow.
“Designed as part of an unparalleled stay in one of our two breathtaking Presidential Suites, the experience is perfect for a special celebratory proposal, anniversary, birthday or any occasion where guests are seeking an unforgettable evening in one of America’s most culturally rich destinations.”
You'll also have the opportunity to try on pieces of historical and cultural significance, as well as rare jewelry. In the past, Greek heiress Christina Onassis owned a luxurious 38-carat Golconda diamond necklace by Harry Winston.
As the centerpiece of the evening, guests will be able to choose an Impressionist painting from the collection. Exceptional attention to detail is evident in the pairings, which have been carefully chosen to complement both the menu and the artwork, and a live jazz band adds to the dazzling ambience.
“For this exclusive partnership with the hotel, we wanted to offer something that could be found nowhere else. M.S. Rau and Four Seasons epitomize luxury, and we wanted to create an experience that would remain in the diner’s memory as not only a highlight of their stay in New Orleans, but throughout their lives,” explained Bill Ray, third-generation owner of M.S. Rau.
Think of taking over the entire gallery and being treated like royalty among iconic names in art and history. This is a dinner that is second to none, exclusive and unforgettable. It is exclusively available to guests of the Four Seasons New Orleans' Presidential Suite, where a two-night stay is included in the Dinner with Impressionists package.