New Year's Eve
Celebrate just a few feet from the sky
New Year comes all on its own – there’s nothing we can do to stop it. Whether we like it or not the years go by. But there is one thing that does depend exclusively on us in this never-ending cycle – where to spend it.
Where do we want to say goodbye to the old year and herald in the new?
Isn’t it best to choose the most beautiful, carefree and lively place possible? If the years do indeed go by, the only thing we can do is to laugh them off and mark their passing merrily. So, with this in mind, we can suggest a perfect place to welcome the New Year: Alghero, at Hotel Catalunya.
Actually, we have more than just a suggestion; we have planned some special offers for guests who book directly with us. Just contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, call number+39 079 953172, or book directly on our website.
Why take advantage of these offers? Because they are the best way to ensure a frontline seat to welcome in the New Year. Alghero at Capodanno is a concentrated experience of poetry, beauty, events, concerts and street markets, not forgetting the absolutely best firework display in the whole of Sardinia.
Hotel Catalunya is the place nearest to this display, right in front of it. Just how far is the sky from our Blau Sky Bar? A couple of feet?
And it’s right here that we will start the celebrations on 30 December with #ApritiCielo starting from the 7.00 p.m.: good music and the best of Alghero’s food and wine.
Then, on New Year’s Eve, all together in the panoramic hall of the Blau for a wonderful Gala Dinner starting at 8.00 p.m., with an exceptional menu thought up by our Chef.
And obviously, at midnight it’s no holds barred! Fireworks over the port, the sky, toasts, music and hugs and kisses and dancing, the festive streets of the nearby historic centre.
Finally, the next day, after all the emotions of the night, a special Brunch from 11.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m., again close to the sky, to let your glance wander over the newly-begun future, as vast and deep as the sea.
So where, if not here?