Stay in an Exceptional Luxury
Since 1864, the Hôtel de
Paris Monte-Carlo has aspired to offer the very best of the time and it
continues to symbolise that same excellence in the art of hospitality. The
Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is perfectly located on the legendary Place du
Casino. With 208 rooms, including 96 suites of great luxury, the Hôtel de Paris
Monte-Carlo is today heir to the spirit of the grand hotels, and a temple of
gastronomy with the three Michelin-starred restaurant Louis XV - Alain Ducasse
à l’Hôtel de Paris, Le Grill (one Michelin star) and ÔMER. Its prestigious
cellars are among the best stocked in the world, with almost 350,000 bottles.
A world-famous, iconic luxury
establishment, the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is now opening a new chapter in
its illustrious history. After four years of transformation (completed in
December 2018), the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo has successfully reinvented
itself, whilst retaining its unique DNA and legendary heritage.
The façade has been restored
in all its Belle Époque glory dating back to 1909, while new spaces have been
created, including an ultra-exclusive patio that is home to some of the world’s
most prestigious jewellery houses, the ÔMER restaurant founded in collaboration
with Alain Ducasse, and a spacious rooftop Wellness Area of nearly 1,000 m2 now
completing the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo spa. The pinnacle of this
transformation comes in the form of two brand new suites, created to be the
most exceptional anywhere on the Riviera.
The Princess Grace
Suite is a magnificent 983 m2 suite with two private terraces of 143
m2 and 378 m2 commanding spectacular views of the
Mediterranean Sea and the Prince’s Palace. Occupying the top two floors of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, the
Princess Grace Suite is an intimate haven of peace and tranquillity, bathed in
light and the gentle fragrance of the roses growing on the patio. Outstandingly
appointed with bespoke luxury service, this suite was completed in February
2019, and is the sister of the Prince Rainier III suite, which at 830 m2 is the hotel’s largest. With a further 350 m2 of outdoor terrace, it also
boasts an infinity pool with countercurrent swimming jets.
legendary Place du Casino, the Prince Rainier III suite is a monument to the
historic links between the hotel and the Casino, two iconic buildings dating
from the late 19th century on the Rock of Monaco.
The Louis XV-Alain Ducasse at the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is the
purveyor of a truly unique culinary repertoire, and the Riviera its
inspirational muse. The menu by chefs Dominique Lory and Alain Ducasse is fresh
and contemporary. With vigorous jus, intense bouillons, and crisp condiments,
it showcases sublime flavours with exacting precision.
On the eighth floor, Le Grill offers outstanding panoramic views over
the Mediterranean. The roof opens fully,
for sun-drenched lunches or starlit dinners. The menu features the grilled
meats that have forged the restaurant’s reputation.
ÔMER, on the garden level of the new “Rotonde” wing of the Hôtel de
Paris Monte-Carlo, overlooks the hotel’s verdant gardens and the blue sea
beyond... ÔMER is an invitation to discover a cuisine of varied
influences. Here, in a welcoming and
relaxed atmosphere, guests can relish the sweetness of life.
A visit to the iconic Bar Américain at the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is a must
for anyone travelling to the Principality. The bar regularly hosts live music
in a stunning Art Deco setting. A new terrace offers breathtaking views of the
sea, the Casino and the Place du Casino.