Two Monte-Carlo SBM Palaces Ranked in the Top 15 of Travel and Leisure

 
 

Two historical palaces of the Monte-Carlo SBM resort have achieved international recognition: the Hôtel de Paris and the Hôtel Hermitage have just received awards by the readers of Travel and Leisure magazine.

International acclaim in the art of hospitality

 

Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo The Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo and the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo have just been awarded Travel and Leisure‘s World’s Best Award amongst European hotels in the ‘Large City Hotels’ category. For the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, this is the second year in a row that it has received this honour.
  

Travel and Leisure, the international luxury tourism magazine, asks its readers every year to vote for their favourite travel services: hotels, clubs, SPAS, airlines, cruises, etc. It is this exclusive, demanding and knowledgeable public that has reaffirmed its satisfaction and attachment to the two legendary Monegasque palaces.
  

These new honours are just the latest in the myriad awards and achievements already collected by Monte-Carlo SBM. Numerous international juries, prestigious clients, travel guides and magazines have praised the hospitality, know-how and the sense of service of the luxurious Monegasque resort. 
  

> Discover Travel and Leisure‘s 2012 World’s Best Awards in the ‘Large City Hotels’ category.

 
Two exceptional palaces  

 

Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo A formal palace rich in historical significance, the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo has incarnated the height of European hospitality since 1864. Its low reliefs, caryatids and marble colonnades make it a fascinating structure. The hotel proposes 182 rooms, 43 suites and three gastronomic restaurants to a refined clientele.

 
The Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo‘s popularity with its clientele is due to its intimate charm, inimitable atmosphere and its exceptional sites, such as the Belle Époque Room, its terraces overlooking the Riviera or its winter garden with a cupola designed by Gustave Eiffel.

 

These two palaces both have a direct private access to the Monte-Carlo Thermal Baths, considered today to be one of Europe’s most beautiful SPAS and recognised for their contribution to beauty, well-being and preventive health.