MONACO: PRINCELY NAMES FOR A ROYAL EXPERIENCE

Monaco’s iconic palace, the Hôtel de Paris has been undergoing a four-year major rebuild, and in addition to a new Ducasse Restaurant, Rotonde and American Bar, what are now the Principality’s most sumptuous suites have been unveiled.

Available at a rate of between € 30,000 and € 40,000 per night, the Princess Grace Suite pays homage to the lady who marked the history of the Principality and Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo with her elegance, refinement and generosity, thanks to the presence of the Princess’ personal creations, memories and her favourite poetic and literary works.

With elegant curves and minimalist lines, the Princess Grace Suite, covering 910 m2 on two floors, offers a 180° view of the Mediterranean, and emphasises contemporaneity, transparency and the nobility of the materials, which have been enhanced by craftsmen: glass, precious wood, straw marquetry, mother-of-peal, agate panels for the interiors which exude well-being and serenity, and natural stone for the elegant and authentic outside spaces.

The latest addition – opening in January 2019, is the Prince Rainier III Suite, occupying the top floor of the hotel, and overlooking the Casino Square. More than a suite, it is described as a unique experience for exceptional travellers.