The past year has seen a number of major announcements in the world’s capital of glitz and glamour.
The renovation of Monte Carlo’s the Hotel de Paris resulted last year in the total transformation of the landmark property.
The hotel has written a new page in its history, with transformed guestrooms and spaces, the creation of an interior Patio (an ultra-exclusive showcase for luxury jewellery brands), and the launch of ÔMER, the new Alain Ducasse restaurant. The crown jewel of the hotel’s metamorphosis has been the creation of Suite Prince Rainier III, the largest suite in Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo in terms of interior space, with 600 m² of refined luxury. A “Rooftop Villa” is the jewel in the crown of the new Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo
To complete the transformation that was initiated in 2014, Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo reunites the Principality’s most iconic couple – Princess Grace and Prince Rainier, Suite Princesse Grace, launched in 2017, inspired by the timeless elegance of Grace of Monaco, is now joined by Suite Prince Rainier III, the largest suite in the hotel in terms of interior spaces, with 600 m² of refined luxury. It is completed by a rooftop villa – a unique creation – with an additional 135 m² of exterior space offering breath-taking views over the mythical Place du Casino.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel on the Larvotto seafront, the exceptionally luxurious Diamond Suite Eleven has opened. Perched on the hotel’s top floor, it offers one of the most beautiful views of the Mediterranean in a refined setting. This is the latest addition to the hotel’s prestigious range of suit
accommodation, such as the Rafael Nadal Suite, chosen by the tennis champion for his stays in Monaco.