Well-known for its extravagance, Monaco is home to some of the world’s most exclusive and beautiful hotel suites. Their initiative to lead with its ‘Green is the New Glam’ sustainability campaign to make the Principality carbon neutral by 2050 and promote sustainable tourism, Monaco showcases that sustainability can be achieved without losing any of its glamour. Some of the tops suites in the world are located in the Principality, and Visit Monaco selects and shares four of the top suites:

Diamond Princess Grace Suite at Hotel de Paris, Monte-Carlo

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The most exclusive and extraordinary suite in the entire Riviera is the Diamond Princess Grace Suite at the Hotel de Paris, which opened in 2017 and is the epitome of sophistication. The vast two-floor, 910-square-metre suite pays tribute to its namesake who left her mark on the history of the Principality through her elegance, refinement and generosity. The Princess’s work and her personal souvenirs, including her favourite poems and books, are on display in the suite for those fortunate enough to stay there.

The suite features two bedrooms, three walk-in wardrobes, two lounges, a living room, dining room, kitchen, swimming pool, hammam and sauna, an office and spectacular terraces offering a 180° view of the Mediterranean, this is one of the most sought-after suites in the world. Its €30,000-a-night price tag comes with helicopter transfers, in-suite concierge service, complimentary mini bar, wine cellar and open bar, a dedicated private room at Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo in winter, a tent at the Monte-Carlo Beach Club in summer and much more.


Hotel Metropole – Carré d’Or

The Carré d’Or Suite at the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo is a symbol of luxury and charm. Located on the top floor of the prestigious hotel, the exceptional 150 sq. metre apartment is exquisitely decorated with rich fabrics and wallpapers and houses a spacious living room, large bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and voluminous marble and gold bathroom.

Outside, a 110 sq. metre terrace offers some of Monaco’s best and most exclusive views of the Casino de Monte-Carlo, its gardens and the Mediterranean Sea. Nightly rates at Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo’s Carré D’Or suite start from £8,000 per night. For more information or to book visit www.metropole.com or call (+377) 93 15 15 35.


The Fairmont Monte Carlo Grand Prix Suites

The Fairmont Monte Carlo has three VIP suites inspired by Formula One legends Sir Stirling Moss, Jean Alesi and David Coulthard. Racing fans can get close to their heroes in these suites with the legends’ personal racing memorabilia including race suits, helmets, and autographed books and photos on show. For the ultimate VIP experience guests with deep pockets should consider booking during the Grand Prix when suites offer arguably the best seats in the Principality.

The Fairmont Monte Carlo Grand Prix Suite Living Area
Fairmont Monte Carlo Commodre Suite Living Area

Overlooking the famous F1 Fairmont Hairpin bend, the slowest turn of the entire F1 Championship, and the Louis II tunnel, guests are literally on top of the action as the hotel shakes while the cars speed underneath. Nightly rates for The Fairmont Monte Carlo’s Grand Prix Suites are available upon request. For more information or to book visit www.fairmont.com/monte-carlo/ or call (+377) 93 50 65 00.


Hotel Hermitage – Princely Diamond Suite

Hotel Hermitage’s three-bedroom Princely Diamond Suite, from €25,000 a night, is 330 square-metres with three terraces, a living room, three bathrooms and three dressing rooms. Highlight services included with this exclusive suite are a personal housekeeper to assist with unpacking and packing of cases, a private butler, and a limousine at guest’s beck and call for trips in Monte-Carlo.  To ensure guests don’t have to carry around their credit cards, they are provided with a hotel card allowing them to charge to their room all expenses within the Monte-Carlo SBM Resort, including the casinos and 30 restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

With a Michelin star restaurant located within the hotel and free access to the casinos, private Monte-Carlo SBM beach, Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo spa and more, VIP guests will not be short of things to do in the Principality. Nightly rates for Hotel Hermitage’s Princely Diamond Suite start from €25,000 per night. For more information or to book please visit www.hotelhermitagemontecarlo.com or call (+377) 98 06 40 00.


About the Monaco Government & Tourist Authority

The Monaco Government and Tourist Authority is a state organisation set up to promote and support the Principality and all of its touristic entities and stakeholders. As a government service, it offers free-of-charge global advice on the destination, highlighting the assets which make Monaco ideal for both business and leisure travel. The Authority, alongside its representative office in London, also offers a range of services for organisers of conferences, seminars, incentive travel, exhibitions, festivals and international trade fairs. For more information on Monaco, please see www.visitmonaco.com.

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