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Style, Luxury and Relaxation by the Mediterranean Sea

tgt11Monte Carlo is one of the most luxurious places in the world and if you choose to come here for business or pleasure, then you’re supposed to stay at a hotel that mirrors the luxury and elegance offered by this small borough in one of the tiniest countries in the world, Monaco.

A famous chef will cater to your every need in this hotel’s gourmet restaurant – your taste buds will be delighted you chose this secret hotel. We’ve been told that if you find yourself not knowing what to order, then you should try the parsnip velouté with fried prawns coated in truffle breadcrumbs and kale with oysters. That sounds amazing, we know!

The Guest Rooms offer city or courtyard view and are designed in the Belle Epoque style, but with a modern and discreet touch. The Deluxe Rooms are decorated in shades of beige and blue or beige and red and face the town, courtyard or gardens. The hotel also has Deluxe Rooms with a terrace, so you can have breakfast in style. Other Exclusive Rooms are available with a sea view or a sea view with a balcony or terrace.

As for the toiletries you will find in your rooms, only the finest cosmetics – Reneve is a Monaco brand and it is devoted to making your skin look and feel great.

The check-in is at 15:00 and the check-out at noon and 11 for groups. Non-smoking rooms/floors are available, there is valet parking, safe deposit boxes for your valuables, 24-hour room service and also available is a helicopter service. Now, isn’t that something that we all require from a hotel?!

In the Local Area

This amazing secret hotel is overlooking the Mediterranean and embodies everything that Monte Carlo stands for: carefree elegance and opulence. This borough is so small that you’re practically close to everything Monte Carlo has to offer.

The main attraction of Monaco is the Casino Square, a lavish place with fantastic architecture. Take a couple of minutes to admire and rest your feet and don’t forget to get your camera and snap a few pictures.

The Japanese Gardens are located on Avenue Princess Grace near Larvotto Beach and is the perfect place for a stroll. So if you’re getting tired of Monaco’s constant buzz, this is the place to go and clear your head. There’s a pond full of Koi fish and card and also a Japanese teahouse.

Eat at one of the many restaurants in the Monte Carlo Harbor and visit the Museo Oceanografico to get a taste of Monaco’s history.

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