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One of the opulent 1920s cabins onboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express / ©Helen Cathcart
After a night of festivities, you’ll wake up to stunning views of the sun rising over the Alps. Following the shipping route of Veuve Clicquot’s very first bottles, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express will arrive in Venice where you’ll be taken by boat for an unforgettable night’s stay at Hotel Cipriani. Situated on the Giudecca Island overlooking the Venetian lagoon, it’s hard to think of a more romantic setting to end your stay.
You’ll need to pack plenty of black-tie attire as Veuve Clicquot will host an extravagant ball at the hotel on the last evening for a final blowout where (you guessed it) the Champagne will be flowing.
If you’re looking to go all out, book the Grand Suite, the most exclusive of the cabins, which comes with an extra special celebratory breakfast in the morning and a pre-night stay at Veuve Clicquot’s super exclusive Hôtel du Marc in Reims (formerly the private residence of the Veuve Clicquot family).
The champagne will be flowing during the luxurious two-night trip / ©Veuve Clicquot
Veuve Clicquot is celebrating its 250th anniversary by taking over the most luxurious train in the world / ©Martin Scott Powell
The cost of a Twin Cabin is $8,400 per person based on two people sharing; a Cabin Suite is $14,230 per person based on two people sharing and the Grand Suite is $29,138 per person based on two people sharing.
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