Charm and refined elegance characterise this Belle Epoque historic monument. The hotel is only steps from the Casino de Monte-Carlo and directly connected to the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo. One of the finest palaces in the world, the Hotel Hermitage proposes 280 rooms, of which 20 suites, 15 junior suites and 8 Monte-Carlo Diamond Suites. Most of them benefits from a breathtaking view on the Monaco’s harbor and the Prince’s Palace. Acclaimed chef Joel Garault invites guests to experience true Mediterranean flavour at his restaurant, Le Vistamar, with its spectacular view.
A selection of vintage wines and spirits are served in the Crystal Bar, with its leather armchairs. Savour gastronomic cuisine in the Vistamar restaurant, which has a terrace offering harbour views, and enjoy freshly made pastries in the Limùn Bar.
You can request seawater treatments and enjoy a sauna session, and the fitness centre offers a panoramic sea view. Free WiFi is available in the hotel lobby.
Nice Airport is a 40-minute drive from the hotel and a helicopter service is possible upon request. Free shuttles are provided for access to the private beach.
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Highlights & Reviews
- Bang in the middle of the principality’s prestigious Carré d’Or district and a one-minute walk from the main square with its casino, opera, restaurants and designer shops. The hotel has the advantage of a quiet garden square on one side, while the other side gazes over the Mediterranean port littered with superyachts towards the rock topped with the Prince’s medieval castle.
- Somehow this hotel pulls off the opulence of a 19th-century palace (think gold leaf and marble pillars) with the friendly convenience of a resort hotel. Belle Epoque details abound such as marble-topped commodes, ornate mantle clocks and decorative urns. Wow factors include the stained-glass atrium and the glass-fronted spa.
- Bedrooms features Louis XV-style chairs and colourful wallpaper panels. Marbled bathrooms contain monogrammed towels and generous-sized bathroom products by the legendary Parisian perfume maker Francis Kurkdjian. Superior Queen rooms are bijou or squeezed – depending upon your perspective. Superior King Rooms have more space, and Deluxe Garden View with Terrace Rooms are more than double the size, so it’s worth an upgrade if budget allows. The best-value rooms in the hotel are the Deluxe Sea View Rooms, which have gorgeous views, but you’ll have to book well in advance.
Monte Carlo, 98000