A traditional grand hotel built in 1864, the Hotel de Paris is set directly on the Place du Casino, adjacent to the famous Casino de Monte-Carlo and connecting directly to the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo. Exuding an atmosphere of a bygone era, this lavish palace hotel earned its reputation by exceeding all of the standards set by the traditional luxury hotel. In addition to a world-renowned bar and the largest hotel wine cellar in the world, the hotel offers four exquisite dining venues totaling no fewer than 3-Michelin Stars.
The restaurant “Louis XV-Alain Ducasse à l’Hôtel de Paris” has 3 Michelin stars, and the “Salle Empire” serves breakfast and dinner throughout the year.
Guests receive a pass allowing free or reduced admission for properties run by Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer. It includes free entry to the 7,000 m² Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo spa.
A 4-minute drive from Monaco-Monte Carlo Train Station, Hôtel de Paris is 30 minutes by car from Nice Airport and 7 minutes by helicopter. Free shuttles are provided for access to the private beach in high season.
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- Yacht Sailing
- Local Tours
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Highlights & Reviews
- For the ultimate Monte-Carlo experience, it’s hard to beat this fabled Casino Square location combined with Mediterranean harbour views. Step out of the hotel into the square to listen to opera in the Salle Garnier, attempt to break the bank at the casino, browse the parked Ferraris over coffee at the Café de Paris, or explore the immaculately manicured gardens. Designer shops and restaurants are within 100 metres, while the port is a five-minute walk.
- The sculpted Belle Epoque façade sets the scene for interiors of marbled colonnades and crystal chandeliers. A top-to-bottom hotel renovation due for completion in September 2018 includes the construction of a modernist bedroom wing, an interior garden courtyard, a spa, pool and private top-floor villa. If the architectural plans are anything to go by, this renovation will take the hotel to an unprecedented level of luxury.
- Gastronomy is a strong suit. Set in a Rococo dream with modernist touches, Louis XV restaurant serves up three-Michelin-starred cuisine– try the blue lobster with myrtle berries and ginger – accompanied by wines from the 600,000-bottle wine cellar. The hotel’s main restaurant, Salle Empire, serves credible Mediterranean cuisine; make sure you grab a table on its casino-facing terrace to enjoy a generous à la carte breakfast. Expect freshly-squeezed juices, plentiful chopped fruits such as mango, raspberries and blueberries, and lots of pastries including waffles (around €45-€50/£39-£43 per person). Top-floor Le Grill with its sliding roof is the best place on the French Riviera for soufflé, while Côté Jardin is designed for lazy outdoor lunches; both are currently closed for renovation until the May 2017 Grand Prix. No trip to Monte-Carlo would be complete without a post-dinner drink listening to live Jazz at the American Bar.
Hotel AddressHotel De Paris
Place Du Casino
Monte Carlo, 98000