A place with intimate links to the royal family
The Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo was the backdrop for many special moments between Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco. In 1956, the pair hosted a dinner there to celebrate their wedding. The Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo was even charged with making the cake for the official reception. The couple also celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in the hotel’s intimate wine cellars. Two years previously, the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo had once again been the host of splendid celebrations: this time to mark the 25th year of Prince Rainier III’s reign.
A “rooftop villa”; the jewel in the crown of the new Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo
The palatial hotel is pleased to unveil the Prince Rainier III Suite, he largest suite in the hotel in terms of interior spaces, that harmoniously combines the classical luxury of noble and precious materials with contemporary design, creating a space that is light and cosy with clean lines and a warm atmosphere.
Opening out fully onto the Place du Casino, it is home to the very best of French and Italian craftsmanship.The amenities are no less fabulous than the suite itself. With its two rooms and 3rd connecting room, a steam room shower, sauna, a large main lounge with a bar area, or its superb terrace complete with heated counter-current swimming pool, the Prince Rainier III Suite promises guests an unforgettable journey.