Best Luxury Hotels in Monaco

The population of Monaco is approximately 38,000, of whom one in three is a millionaire. Therefore, it is safe to assume they have plenty of experience with luxury accommodation. When choosing among the country’s best accommodations, here are a few of the best luxury hotels in Monaco.

Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo

This hotel, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea, does not disappoint when it comes to luxury. Situated in the heart of Monaco, this elegant and private hotel is just a short walk from the luxurious Carré d’Or district. Following the style and décor of a 19th-century palace, all the bedrooms and suites come furnished with antique furniture and wallpaper, complemented by opulent marble bathrooms accented with tailored towels and Guerlain toiletries. At the hotel’s Crystal Bar, guests can sip vintage spirits in leather armchairs, or those wanting to relax can do so by accessing the spa through a secret underground passageway. The hotel is only 40 minutes from the airport and offers a free shuttle bus for guests.

Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo

A building dating back to 1864 Monte Carlo, Hôtel de Paris is home to the world’s most extensive wine cellar, a three-Michelin-star restaurant and a playground for the rich and famous. It is located close to the Place du Casino, right across from the renowned Casino de Monaco. The hotel offers high rollers a chance to try their luck playing classic casino games. Or guests wanting a more relaxed playing environment can try online Platin table games from their luxurious Pierre-Yves Rochon-designed rooms furnished with contemporary art and art deco details. The hotel’s gardens have a tropical vibe, with palm trees and marble colonnades providing a touch of luxury to what is already an impressive hotel.

Fairmont Monte Carlo

Located between the Casino de Monaco and the Mediterranean Sea, Fairmont Monte Carlo is a 4-star hotel boasting views of the Monaco Grand Prix circuit from its rooftop terrace and pool. This modern hotel is suspended over the ocean and features a champagne bar and restaurants serving exotic French cuisine. With almost 600 sophisticated nautical-themed rooms featuring private terraces, coffee machines, hypoallergenic bedding and other modern amenities, the Fairmont Monte Carlo is a popular choice for guests looking for luxury accommodation.

Le Méridien Beach Plaza

Located in the upscale district of Larvotto, Le Méridien Beach Plaza is the only beach hotel in Monaco with its private beach and is one of the most sought-after hotels in Monaco. In addition to the variety of rooms and suites available, the hotel’s upper floors offer breath-taking views of either the town or the sea, depending on which room guests choose. Aside from the private beach, the hotel offers a fitness center, an indoor pool and two outdoor pools, which are popular with families. With stunning views and a quiet location away from the center, the Le Méridien Beach Plaza is an excellent choice for a private, relaxing getaway.

Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo

Located in Monaco’s Carré d’Or area, Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo is within a 100-metre walk of Casino Square and luxury shops. Jacques Garcia designed and decorated the hotel’s 125 rooms and suites with a combination of classic and modern styles featuring period-style furniture and spacious marble bathrooms. Those looking for delicious food can enjoy one of three restaurants at the hotel, including Yoshi, the only Japanese restaurant in Carré d’Or with a Michelin star and Odyssey, a Karl Lagerfeld-designed lounge restaurant. The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo stands out as one of the most stylish hotels in Monaco.

Monaco’s Best Luxury Hotels

Monaco is the place to be if you want to take a luxurious trip of a lifetime. There are boutique shops, famous casinos, and lavish accommodations, so those who go there can live like the rich and famous and experience life as a high roller.

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