Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, one of the world’s most iconic palace hotels, is writing a new page in its history, with the creation of an ultra-exclusive showcase for luxury jewellery brands, and the launch of ÔMER, the new Alain Ducasse restaurant. The crown jewel of the hotel’s metamorphosis is the creation of Suite Prince Rainier III, the largest suite in Hôtel de Paris.
This exceptional suite pays tribute to the “Prince builder” to whom Monaco owes its transformation into a leading luxury destination. Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo held a special place in the life of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace. In 1956, their wedding breakfast was served at the hotel; 20 years later, they celebrated their wedding anniversary there; and in 1974, Prince Rainier celebrated the 25th year of his reign at the hotel with great pomp.
Designed by Richard Martinet, the Suite has been created using the best in French and Italian craftsmanship: straw marquetry; leather headboards; textured paints and decorative elements.
The 525 m² Suite Prince Rainier III includes two bedrooms, a large main lounge with a bar area, a smaller lounge and a library, a dining room and an office space. It can be extended to 600 m² with a third connecting room. Each bedroom has a private bathroom.
The Suite opens onto a superb 135 m² split-level terrace overlooking Place du Casino. The first level is home to a heated infinity edge swimming pool.
The pool is framed on either side by a staircase that leads to the lower level terrace offering unrivalled views over Place du Casino and from where guests can enjoy the permanent show that is the vibrant heart of Monaco.
The Suite offers a set of tailor-made luxury services provided by a dedicated team of private Clefs d’Or concierges at the entire disposal of guests of the Suite.
Suite Princesse Grace, launched in 2017, inspired by the timeless elegance of Grace of Monaco, is now joined by Suite Prince Rainier III.
Sources: Press release MONTE-CARLO Société des Bains de Mer
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