We Found The Most Extraordinary Suite On The French Riviera

Diana Bell-Heather   |   27 - 04 - 2018


Two floors, 9,800sq ft of space and an infinity pool are just some of the perks of staying at the newly designed Princess Grace Suite at Hotel de Paris Monte Carlo.


The iconic property has welcomed Princess Grace of Monaco and Prince Rainier III for celebration of the 20th wedding anniversary and as a tribute to her legacy, the largest suite on the French Riviera has been unveiled and is already taking on back to back bookings.



What’s the appeal? Apart from the vast space that takes over the top two floors of the hotel and offers mesmerizing view from a large terrace, there are two bedrooms, three lounges, shower hammam and sauna, a private in-suite lift, infinity pool with a wave system, pool house and Jacuzzi. Expect royal treatment during your stay with a dedicated concierge service, floral decoration inspired by Princess Grace’s personal tastes and a dedicated treatment room at Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo in winter and a tent at Monte-Carlo Beach Club in the summer.



The centrepiece of four-year, multimillion dollar renovations, the suite has been designed with the Royal families blessing and close involvement of Prince Albert, Princess Grace and Prince Rainier’s son. So much so that the family donated Princess Grace’s artwork, family photos and her favorite literary and poetic works from their private collection.



Arrive in style with the hotels Meet & Greet service at the airport and choose a car or helicopter transfer. Once you enter, let housekeeping take care of unpacking while you bask in the spoils of the $48,000-a-night modern day palace with the Mediterranean as your backdrop.


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