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Hotel de Paris is situated in Monte Carlo, Monaco. If the walls of Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo could talk, they would be bursting with tales of glamour, love and war. Founded in 1863, the hotel is simply iconic, and now, after a four-year long renovation, it has unveiled sparkling new additions as well as careful updates. It remained open during its makeover that includes the famed Princess Grace suite and the brand new Prince Rainier III suite. A new Alain Ducasse restaurant, Omer, and the gorgeous tree-lined interior courtyard housing Graff, Harry Winston, Omega and Stardust boutiques – most stocking pieces that are exclusive to the hotel.
The Princess Grace Suite is as chic and generous as the Late Princess herself, and since opening it’s been the place to stay in Monaco. It has two bedrooms, two sitting rooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and a large terrace with swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Now, the penthouse suite has a royal counterpart: the Prince Rainier III suite. The suite is the largest in the hotel and has a split level terrace with a 32ft infinity pool overlooking Place du Casino. If you are in town for the Grand Prix this is the best seat in the house! ! ! While the suite is certainly impressive, two bedrooms, large main lounge with a bar area, smaller lounge and library, dining room and office space, it’s the little touches that make both suites truly special. A floral frame made by Princess Grace Kelly, La Prairie products left on your pillow during turndown and limited editions Montblanc monogrammed pens.
Monaco and Chef Alain Ducasse go hand in hand – LE Louis XV is a pilgrimage for gourmands and has held three Michelin stars since 1990. It has returned to its original home next to Place du Casino, and the gilded décor and frescoes have been carefully restored to their original glimmering glory. Ducasse’s new restaurant serves a vibrant mix of Lebanese, Greek, Turkish and Moroccan delicacies that are meant to be shared; order a selection of mezze plates to start – the feta filled pastries are particularly lovely. If the sun is shining, grab a table on the terrace and sit under a domed pergola, surrounded by lush foliage.
Come nighttime, head to the famous Le Bar Americain for a tres fun evening, the Elegant Art deco interiors are by Pierre Yves Rochon and paired with live jazz you will be transported back to 1930s.
Amazing place to be at all times, Monaco Hotel de Paris highly recommended.
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